"parity error detected in DT Data-out phase" during kernel boot encountered.

Wilko Bulte wkb at freebie.xs4all.nl
Tue Aug 19 13:21:03 PDT 2003

On Tue, Aug 19, 2003 at 05:34:40PM +0200, David Landgren wrote:
> Greetings,
> I have an HP Proliant 380GL-D3 running 4.8-STABLE and, for the time 

DL380-G3 I suppose ;)

> being, a GENERIC kernel. I also have an external Compaq Storageworks 
> DLT bay. Both the server and the tape bay both have two SCSI ports, 
> and of course it was only the final combination that made anything happen.

Tape bay.. what exactly do you have? Can you give me a part# of the

> ahc1: Issued Channel A Bus Reset. 1 SCBs aborted


> OK, so it doesn't work. I don't have many ideas as to where to go from 
> here. Basically I just want the DLT to appear as /dev/nsa0 or 
> something along those lines. The question is, how do I get there from 
> here? Is it possible? Do the stock freebsd SCSI drivers cover this or 
> do I need to add something to the kernel? The HP site talks about 
> downloadable drivers for Linux... I'm hoping that FreeBSD can do this 
> out of the box.

You don't need no stinking downloadable drivers ;) I have DLT running 
on -stable just fine, and have done so for the longest time.

What is the model# of the DLT drive?

Wilko					wkb at freebie.xs4all.nl

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