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Re: gvp scsi and Seagate ST15150N

a quick question is it an Apple rebranded drive?

On Sun, 1 Feb 2004 22:28:10 -0600
Lance Tagliapietra <lancetag@luminet.net> wrote:

> Hello,
> Has anyone else tried using an ST 15150N (4.3G scsi) on a GVP 030 combo
> card with Linux m68k?  It seems that I'm narrowing what I thought was a
> RAM issue to be a SCSI incompatability.  This card as the 33c93/9
> controller as identified by dmesg and looking at the part itself.
> The problem is that the scsi bus will lock up, and then the whole
> machine will deadlock (requiring ctrl-A-A reboot).  Even the caps lock
> led will not come on when it locks up.  It typically happens on an
> observable drive access (fsck of the partition).
> Putting a 3.2G Quantum in the same spot does not seem to have this
> problem.
> Is there anything I can do (turn debugging on - how?) to help track this
> down for the group?  Or is this a known issue?  Or is there information
> needed to give a better view of the problem to the group?
> Thanks,
> --Lance
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