ciss driver

Xin LI delphij at delphij.net
Wed Nov 21 11:30:15 PST 2007


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Christoph Hoffmann wrote:
> Just to give you the latest news:
> 
> (o) FreeBSD 8.0-CURRENT #2
> --------------------------
> 
> from sysctl -a
> 
> hw.cardbus.cis_debug: 0
> hw.pccard.cis_debug: 0
> dev.ciss.0.%desc: Compaq Smart Array 5i
> dev.ciss.0.%driver: ciss
> dev.ciss.0.%location: slot=3 function=0 handle=\_SB_.PCI1.SCS0
> dev.ciss.0.%pnpinfo: vendor=0x0e11 device=0xb178 subvendor=0x0e11
> subdevice=0x4080 class=0x010400
> dev.ciss.0.%parent: pci1
> dev.ciss.0.soft_reset: 0
> 
> from /var/log/messages
> 
> kernel: ciss0: SENDING NOP MESSAGE FAILED 3139
> 
> so we getting it from
>    3099     /*
>    3100      * Send the NOP message and wait for a response.
>    3101      */
>    3102     if ((error = ciss_get_request(sc, &cr)) == 0) {
>    3103         cc = CISS_FIND_COMMAND(cr);
>    3104         cr->cr_complete = ciss_nop_complete;
> 
> ciss_nop_complete(struct ciss_request *cr)
> [...]
>     if (ciss_report_request(cr, NULL, NULL) != 0) {
>         ciss_printf(sc, "SENDING NOP MESSAGE FAILED 3139\n");
> [...]
> 
> (o) FreeBSD 7.0-BETA3 #7 (different box)
> ----------------------------------------
> 
> from sysctl
> 
> hw.cardbus.cis_debug: 0
> hw.pccard.cis_debug: 0
> dev.ciss.0.%desc: Compaq Smart Array 5i
> dev.ciss.0.%driver: ciss
> dev.ciss.0.%location: slot=3 function=0
> dev.ciss.0.%pnpinfo: vendor=0x0e11 device=0xb178 subvendor=0x0e11
> subdevice=0x4080 class=0x010400
> dev.ciss.0.%parent: pci1
> dev.ciss.0.soft_reset: 0
> 
> same story as 8.0-CURRENT,
>    kernel: ciss0: SENDING NOP MESSAGE FAILED 3139

I get confused with the problem you have.  What problem do you have with
a unpatched RELENG_7 code?

Cheers,
- --
Xin LI <delphij at delphij.net>	http://www.delphij.net/
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