Subject: Re: NCR 53c825 PCI SCSI supported ?
To: Tim Liddelow <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Charles M. Hannum <email@example.com>
Date: 04/04/1996 08:49:06
Tim Liddelow <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Is the NCR53c825 PCI SCSI adaptor supported ? The 825 is SCSI-3 - does
> NetBSD support this ?
For some definition of `support', yes. The NCR driver needs some
work, though. (I'm about to start on a complete rewrite of it.)
> Another problem I get from my NE2000 clone ethernet card on the machine,
> and they happen a lot, are
> ed0: length does not match next packet pointer
First of all, the driver outputs another line in this case, which
contains some fairly critical info for analyzing the problem. It
would help a great deal if you had included it.
Secondly, old DP8390 chips have a bug where the high byte of the
packet length will get corrupted under moderate to heavy load. The
message is just informational; the driver works around the bug.