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Re: installation issues indigo2




Did you happen to note which kernel was in the boot file?

It has been a couple years ago already, but I had something exactly like this happen to me on I2. I changed to a different boot image and all was well after that.

It's interesting that you are having this problem now.

Regards,

-S-

On Tue, 25 Sep 2007, Jorge Salamero Sanz wrote:


hi there,

i have an indigo2 *currently running* irix 6.5 and i'd like to install debian.
i made a serial wire and booted the d-i into the machine with pxe+tftpd.

the kernel reports this scsi error and the d-i doesn't recognize the hard-disk
with these messages:

---TROUBLE: target 1.0 not in disconnect queue---
scsi0: Abort - command 128 found on disconnected_Q - Abort SNOOZE. scsi0:
Abort - command 129 found on disconnected_Q - Abort SNOOZE. scsi0: Abort -
removing command 130 from input_Q. scsi0: Abort - removing command 130 from
input_Q. scsi0: Abort - command 143 found on disconnected_Q - Abort SNOOZE.
scsi0: Abort - removing command 144 from input_Q. scsi0: Abort - removing
command 144 from input_Q. scsi0: Abort - command 146 found on
disconnected_Q - Abort SNOOZE. scsi0: Abort - command 163 found on
disconnected_Q - Abort SNOOZE. scsi0: Abort - command 180 found on
disconnected_Q - Abort SNOOZE. scsi0: Abort - removing command 181 from
input_Q. scsi0: Abort - removing command 181 from input_Q. scsi0: Abort -
command 182 found on disconnected_Q - Abort SNOOZE. scsi0: reset.  sending
SDTR 0103013f0csync_xfer=2c sending SDTR 0103013f0csync_xfer=2c sending SDTR
0103013f0csync_xfer=2c sending SDTR 0103013f0csync_xfer=2c sending SDTR
0103013f0csync_xfer=2c sending SDTR 0103013f0csync_xfer=2c sending SDTR
0103013f0csync_xfer=2cscsi0: Abort - command 185 found on disconnected_Q -
Abort SNOOZE. scsi0: Abort - removing command 186 from input_Q. scsi0:
Abort - removing command 186 from input_Q. scsi0: Abort - command 187 found
on disconnected_Q - Abort SNOOZE. scsi0: Abort - command 188 found on
disconnected_Q - Abort SNOOZE. scsi0: Abort - command 189 found on
disconnected_Q - Abort SNOOZE. scsi0: Abort - removing command 190 from
input_Q. scsi0: Abort - removing command 190 from input_Q. scsi0: Abort -
command 191 found on disconnected_Q - Abort SNOOZE. scsi0: Abort - removing
command 192 from input_Q. scsi0: Abort - removing command 192 from input_Q.
scsi0: Aborting connected command 194 - stopping DMA - sending wd33c93 ABORT
command - flushing fifo - asr=20, sr=ff, 16777215 bytes un-transferred
(timeout=-1) - sending wd33c93 DISCONNECT command - asr=20, sr=16.scsi0:
Abort - removing command 194 from input_Q. scsi0: Aborting connected command
195 - stopping DMA - sending wd33c93 ABORT command - flushing fifo - asr=80,
sr=22, 0 bytes un-transferred (timeout=1000000) - sending wd33c93 DISCONNECT
command - asr=00, sr=22.scsi0: Aborting connected command 195 - stopping
DMA - sending wd33c93 ABORT command - flushing fifo - asr=80, sr=22, 0 bytes
un-transferred (timeout=1000000) - sending wd33c93 DISCONNECT command -
asr=00, sr=22.scsi0: reset.
scsi0: warning : SCSI command probably completed successfully         before
abortion. scsi0: Abort - removing command 186 from input_Q. scsi0: Abort -
removing command 187 from input_Q. Starting system log daemon: syslogd,
klogd.

does this mean the hard disk is broken ? any clue ?

full boot log: http://bencer.cauterized.net/tmp/minicom.cap


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