Adaptec AIC-7901 (ahd) broken with 6.0-BETA2

Marian Hettwer MH at kernel32.de
Mon Aug 22 11:14:51 GMT 2005


Just a short Info...
I know it doesn't help at all, but I tried OpenBSD 3.7 on my box, and 
the controller and hard-disks are fine. I could install OpenBSD 3.7 and 
it runs...
strange thing...

I would prefer to use FreeBSD 6, though.

regards,
Marian

Marian Hettwer wrote:
> Hej Justin,
> 
> Justin T. Gibbs wrote:
> 
>>>> It looks like the system was able to talk to the controller and your
>>>> drive just fine, but hung later.  Can you break into the debugger
>>>> and get a stack trace of where the system is hung?
>>>>
> second reply on that topic:
> I booted the bootonly ISO of BETA-2 with boot-v
> The system hangs hard, no NUM-Lock or SCROLL-Lock possible, and if I 
> understood the manual right, CTRL+ALT+ESC should bring me to the debugger.
> Doesn't work either :-/
> looks like a hard-lock.
> 
> Any more ideas ?
> I do have a BETA-1 Kernel around. I'll give it a shot, wether I can get 
> into the debugger there... but I suppose it'll be the same.
> 
> This time the the boot procedure stopped with the following last few 
> messages (hand transcribed):
> 
> (ahd0:A:0:0): Sending PPR bus_width 1, period 8, offset fe, ppr_options fb
> (ahd0:A:0:0): Received PPR width 1, period 8, offset 7f, options c3
>     Filtered to width 1, period 8, offset 7f, options c3
> ahd0: target 0 using 16bit transfers
> ahd0: target 0 synchronous with period = 0x8, offset = 0x7f (DT|IU|RTI)
> (ahd0:A:1:0): Sending PPR bus_width 1, period 8, offset fe, ppr_options fb
> (ahd0:A:1:0): Received PPR width 1, period 8, offset fe,options fb
>     Filtered to width 1, period 8, offset 3f, options fb
> ahd0: target 1 using 16bit transfers
> ahd0: target 1 synchronous width period = 0x8, offset 
> 0x3f(RDSTRM|DT|IU|RTI)
> 
> 
> and that's it :-/
> 
> any more chances to get some debugging infos ?
> 
> best regards,
> Marian
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