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SubjectRe: Badness in device_release at drivers/base/core.c:84
On Mon, Aug 04, 2003 at 02:26:54PM -0400, Paul Blazejowski wrote:
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> Patrick,
>
> I enabled CONFIG_SCSI_LOGGING=y in kernel then i used
> scsi_mod.scsi_logging_level=0x140 and scsi_mod.max_scsi_luns=1 when
> booting the kernel from lilo.I can see some debug information scroll on
> the screen and i did see ID0 LUN0 get probed even the correct transfer
> rate for the SCSI disk is set.I forgot but isn't there a key sequence
> when pressed it will stop the screen output like pause/break key?
>
> I have few screen snaps which can be viewed at
> http://www.blazebox.homeip.net:81/diffie/images/linux-2.6.0-test2/aic7xxx/

Yep, the shot that might have useful information is blurred.

I assume you are unable to use a serial console.

I can usually "Shift + page-up" as long as there is not too much data, and
depending on your console, AFAIR I can't pause my console output.

Also, does the adapter bios show the drive at boot time?

Hopefully Justin will add more useful suggestions for debugging.

-- Patrick Mansfield
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