Subject: Re: scsi synchronous mode
To: Michael L. Hitch <email@example.com>
From: Jasper Y. Wong <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/09/1995 16:30:48
> On Oct 8, 12:48pm, "Jasper Y. Wong" wrote:
> > The kernel's dated August. I binpatched the kernel (amigaOS side) using
> > NetBSD 1.0A (GENERIC) #1: Thu Aug 24 11:40:11 EDT 1995
> > email@example.com:/local/src/sys/arch/amiga/compile/GENERIC
> I'm not real sure what this kernel contains. The majority of the SCSI
> driver changes were put into the source tree on August 18, but it doesn't
> look like they were available from the SUP server until September 7.
> My fixes to that version didn't get into the source tree until around
> September 16, and I see another update around September 29 (I don't
> remember what that second update was - probably some debug changes).
> At any rate, your kernel would not have the first fix for the new driver,
> which was causing problems on some systems. You would probably want to
> get a newer version of the kernel, but I don't think an official snapshot
> has been made since my fixes went in. I'm not sure what's on regensburg,
> I see what looks like a snapshot done on September 12, which would have
> the new SCSI driver, but probably not the first set of updates to the driver.
I've downloaded the September snapshot and binpatched it accordingly.
The synchronization has gone away but I've encountered another problem.
All of the -current snapshotted kernels I've tried (mar, aug, sep) would
tell me that the file systems are not clean and then freeze themselves
after the statement 'changing security level from 0 to 1' (in '-a',
multiuser mode). Things work fine in single-user mode, however.
I tried to used 'fsck -p' to clean up the file systems but that didn't work.
The file systems appear okay under the v1.0 kernel, however. I then
reinstall NetBSD v1.0 from scratch and then install the -current kernel.
The SAME problem appears!!! The file systems ain't clean! I still can't
get past the security level change statement. Any suggestions on what
I can do next?