aic79xx driver problem
Nihaopaul at hotmail.com
Sun Sep 28 23:11:47 PDT 2003
one pointmaxtordo make a point saying is that their drives are scsi3 compliant and don't work with scsi2 commands well..
but they finaly gave a firmware update for the drive... just no explanation how too use it..also havn't tested yet as no information
plus a browse around the ftp site pointed to them giving me the incorrect path as my drives are atlas 10k iv (ftp://ftpdownload.maxtor.com/pub/Atlas%2010K%20IV/ and not the atlas-iv.
Dear Paul Adams,
Please forgive the previous technician. Here is the link to the firmware updates for this particular drive line. Please understand that updating the firmware constitutes a risk. If flashing goes wrong, it may render your hard drive unusable.
353 1 204 1111 (International)
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"Juris Krumins" <juriskr at komin.lv> wrote in message news:003601c37e9c$f31bcff0$0201010a at ntbdc...
> I have a new server with Adaptec SCSI chip 7901 with Ultra 320 support.
> I'v installed FreeBSD 5.1 on that server, but I have problems with SCSI
> If I stay default (Ultra 320 mode with Packetized mode on ) then I have
> kernel panic or different erros from ahd driver.
> If I change mode (Ultra160 with Packetized mode on ) I also have lots of
> errors for example when copy big directory
> If I change mode (Ultra160 with Packetized mode off ) I have all working
> correctly and no errors.
> So i wonder are there any ways to force SCSI subsysten work correctly in
> Ultra 320 mode. The Packetized mode in Ultra320 mode is necessery that's why
> I can't turn it off.
> MB Intel SE7501BR2
> Adaptec aic7901 chip
> Maxtor ATLAS10K4_36WLS scsi disk
> Any ideas ?
> Any answer would be apreciated.
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