Subject: Any thoughts as to what might cause this?
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Len Burns <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/20/1994 02:52:41
I recently switched from an ide to an adaptec 1542c scsi controler.
Until that change I had never seen anything resembling this:
Sep 20 02:02:07 sasquatch /netbsd: sd0: not queued
Sep 20 02:02:07 sasquatch /netbsd: aha0: DMA beyond end of ISA
Sep 20 02:02:07 sasquatch /netbsd: sd0: not queuedaha0: DMA beyond end of ISA
The machine is a 486 66, genuine Intel, 16 megs of ram with a Conner
cfa540s drive in it. I am running NetBSD 1.0 Beta built from Sept 9
source. The error messages are intermitent, I sometimes can go for a
day or so with out seeing them. They are not crashing the machine. Any
suggestions are welcomed. Other than this 1.0 beta is running very