AACRAID 6805 support on FreeBSD 9
jhb at freebsd.org
Wed May 30 15:58:14 UTC 2012
On Monday, May 21, 2012 11:47:16 pm Александр В. Шутко wrote:
> Hi. I'm trying to get AACRAID 6805 support on FreeBSD 9. I downloaded the driver code for
> FreeBSD 8.3 and compiled it on FreeBSD 9.0 and it compiled without any errors/warnings. Then I
> kldload-ed it and got:
> aacu0: <Adaptec RAID Controller> mem 0xf8c00000-0xf8ffffff,0xf8bbc000-0xf8bbc7ff,0xf8bbe000-
> 0xf8bbe0ff irq 50
> at device 0.0 on pci132
> aacu0: Enable Raw I/O
> aacu0: Enable 64-bit array
> aacu0: New comm. interface type1 enabled
> aacu0: Adaptec 6805, aac driver 2.4.2-18668
> aacd0: <RAID 6> on aacu0
> aacd0: 2860022MB (5857325056 sectors)
> aacu0: COMMAND 0xffffff8001fe3000 TIMEOUT AFTER 40 SECONDS
> aacu0: aac_timeout: FIB @ 0xffffff86955fe020
> aacu0: XferState 830ad<HOSTOWNED,INITIALISED,EMPTY,FROMHOST,REXPECTED,NORM,ASYNC,FAST_RESPONSE>
> aacu0: Command 502
> aacu0: StructType 1
> aacu0: Flags 0x0
> aacu0: Size 80
> aacu0: SenderSize 2048
> aacu0: SenderAddress 0x0
> aacu0: RcvrAddress 0x1962b020
> aacu0: SenderData 0x0
> aacu0: 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 02 00 00 00 00 01 00
> aacu0: 00 00 00 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
> The driver hangs forever printing
> aacu0: COMMAND 0xffffff8001fe3000 TIMEOUT AFTER xxxx SECONDS
> I compiled it with debug info to get verbose logging and found that all sync commands work during
> initialization, but the driver didn't get a reply on the first async rawio command. It looks like
> there is some problem with interrupts.
> On 8.3 this code works without a problem. I tried to disable PCIE MSI/X in loader.conf
> but this didn't help.
> Adaptec support answered "Unfortunately, at the present time we do not offer support for
> FreeBSD 9. Only 8.x is currently supported. Support for FreeBSD 9 is scheduled and will be
> available on a future release currently expected in the fall of this year (Oct time frame)."
> Any ideas?
> P.S. On FreeBSD 8.3 I noticed kernel message "aacu0: [ITHREAD]" after
> "aacu0: New comm. interface type1 enabled" but FreeBSD 9 doesn't write it.
What do you see if you do 'vmstat -ai | grep aac'?
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