Wait 15 seconds for SCSI to settle
sean at rackoperations.com
Sun Aug 8 20:25:59 PDT 2004
The bad news: Recompile your kernel
The good news: Just change this line:
options SCSI_DELAY=5000 #Delay (in ms) before
You really just need to eliminate anything (the DEVICE lines) that is
not needed across the whole config file. Read the LINT file for a full
list of all available options
If you don't know how to recompile your kernel, it's actually pretty
straightforward, just repost to the list and I (and probably many
others) will be willing to help you out.
ashadul hoque wrote:
>I have installed FreeBSD5.2.1-RELEASE on Vmware.
>When booting I am seeing the message "Wait 15 seconds for SCSI to settle".
>The problem is I am not using any SCSI device on my virtual machine. I
>tried "sysctl kern.cam.scsi_delay=100" but no improvement.
>Can anyone give me pointer on how to reduce boot time by reducing the
>I want to squeeze maximum performance out of this setting. So, any pointer
>to the right direction will be appreciated.
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