nfsmb survey

Conrad J. Sabatier conrads at cox.net
Tue Oct 24 05:27:28 PDT 2006


On Mon, 16 Oct 2006 21:31:28 +0300, Cheffo
<stefan.lambrev at sun-fish.com> wrote:

> Andriy Gapon wrote:
> > In STABLE and upcoming 6.2 (and in CURRENT, of course) there is a
> > new SMB driver for NForce2/3/4 chipsets, nfsmb, developed by Ruslan
> > Ermilov. However, the driver doesn't currently work on all hardware
> > that it is to support. The problem is with choosing proper BAR
> > registers, which, as it seems, might be different for different
> > chipsets/SMB controllers.
> >
> > If you have a system based on NForce2/3/4, could you please share
> > the following information:
> >
> > 1. find out pci handle of your SMB controller:
> > $ pciconf -l | fgrep 0x0c0500
> > and also note chip field value, it should match
> > 00(64|84|d4|e4|52)10de. E.g.:
> > nfsmb0 at pci0:1:1:        class=0x0c0500 card=0x1c02147b
> > chip=0x006410de rev=0xa2 hdr=0x00
> >
> > 2. read values in BARs 4 and 5 and also registers 0x50 and 0x54 like
> > follows:
> > $ pciconf -r pci0:1:1 0x20
> > $ pciconf -r pci0:1:1 0x24
> > $ pciconf -r pci0:1:1 0x50
> > $ pciconf -r pci0:1:1 0x54
> > using your pci handle instead of pci0:1:1, e.g.:
> > $ pciconf -r pci0:1:1 0x20
> > 00000000
> > $ pciconf -r pci0:1:1 0x24
> > 00000000
> > $ pciconf -r pci0:1:1 0x50
> > 00001001
> > $ pciconf -r pci0:1:1 0x54
> > 00001041
> >
> > 3. send chip id and register values here.
> >
> > Thank you very much in advance.
> >
> >   
> none1 at pci0:1:1: class=0x0c0500 card=0x815a1043 chip=0x005210de
> rev=0xa2 hdr=0x00
> 
> pciconf -r pci0:1:1 0x20
> 00004c01
> pciconf -r pci0:1:1 0x24
> 00004c41pciconf -r pci0:1:1 0x50
> 00004c01
> pciconf -r pci0:1:1 0x54
> 00004c41

# pciconf -l | fgrep 0x0c0500
nfsmb0 at pci0:1:1:        class=0x0c0500 card=0x80c51043 chip=0x00d410de
rev=0xa4 hdr=0x00
# pciconf -r pci0:1:1 0x20
00005001 
# pciconf -r pci0:1:1 0x24
00005041 
# pciconf -r pci0:1:1 0x50
00005001 
# pciconf -r pci0:1:1 0x54
00005041 

Thank you very much for your work on this!

-- 
Conrad J. Sabatier <conrads at cox.net> -- "In Unix veritas"


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