Subject: Re: aix7xxx driver in -current (Was: Re: aic7xxx_seq.h?)
To: None <email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Michael Graff <email@example.com>
Date: 07/02/1996 13:55:51
>>BTW, I still get occasional lockups on booting. Hitting the reset
>>switch sometimes pulls it back into a working state, or the power
>>switch. It seems random, and happens no matter how I have things
>>installed... I even went down to just one SCSI drive, and it still
>>I can't believe it's a cabling issue.
>Its not. Its because one of your devices is refusing negotiation for
>either sync or wide transfers and the driver is "missing" the rejection.
>This is one of a few bug fixes that are in FreeBSD and have yet to be
>brought into NetBSD. Since FreeBSD's driver source is already "ported"
>for NetBSD, it can be dropped in at any time.
I would consider this a critical bug. When will the fix get into
NetBSD? Hopefully before the 1.2 release?
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