kern/73313: Maxtor Onetouch drivers hang when used with
hsu at mail.bbnetworks.net
Mon Nov 29 09:29:41 PST 2004
Hidetoshi Shimokawa writes:
> At Sat, 30 Oct 2004 16:28:26 +0300 (EEST),
> Heikki Suonsivu wrote:
> > Oct 30 15:30:45 hsu /kernel: Unknown service addr 0x0000:0x04f14800 WREQB(1) src=0xffc2 data=8
> > Oct 30 15:32:39 hsu /kernel: Unknown service addr 0x0000:0x03b83800 WREQB(1) src=0xffc2 data=8
> > Oct 30 15:32:54 hsu /kernel: Unknown service addr 0x0000:0x1761b800 WREQB(1) src=0xffc2 data=8
> > Oct 30 15:32:54 hsu /kernel: Unknown service addr 0x0000:0x16242800 WREQB(1) src=0xffc2 data=8
> > Oct 30 15:32:59 hsu /kernel: Unknown service addr 0x0000:0x0dddb000 WREQB(1) src=0xffc2 data=8
> These address ranges should be handled as physical access and
> the kernel shouldn't be notified of it.
> It seems that your fwohci chip stop handling of physical access
> for unknown reason and this leads to timeout error.
> Can you swap your fwohci card with other cards with a different chip?
I do not have any other cards, so not easily. The above errors do not seem
necessarily hang or crash the computer. I currently have messages full of
those messages, but the computer is still ok and firewire works (copying
large amount of data from firewire to ata disk - two crashes during this
300G copy). I think there is an improvement though, as I now get a crash
instead of the computer hanging up. I enabled crash dumps.
> /\ Hidetoshi Shimokawa
> \/ simokawa at FreeBSD.org
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