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Re: SCSI-problems with kernel 2.6.2

On Wed, Feb 11, 2004 at 04:15:31PM +0100, Peter Bivesand wrote:
> Hello!
> I'm desperatly trying to get kernel 2.6.2 (debian unstable) running
> properly on my E450 (2CPU, 1.5 GB RAM) but I'm running into problems
> with the SCSI-driver (sym53c8xx_2, version 2.1.18f). Everything comples
> fine and when I boot the new kernel it hangs due to SCSI-timeouts/resets
> on sym0.
> I have disconnected the cdrom and I'm currently only using one disk
> placed in slot0.
> If I use kernel 2.4.24-sparc64-smp (compiled by debian-folks with
> sym-driver 2.1.17a) everything works as it should so I don't think that
> I have some hardware problem.

I'm getting this same problem on an E3000 with the esp scsi driver.
Looks like it has nothing to do with the scsi driver (which I suspected
anyway). My best guess at this point is a problem setting up the IRQ's

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