Subject: Re: panic
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Greg Wohletz <greg@duke.CS.UNLV.EDU>
Date: 11/24/1996 14:13:44
>>On Sat, 23 Nov 1996, Jukka Marin wrote:
>>> > Nov 23 03:22:50 jupiter /netbsd: panic: accept
>>> > What does this mean? jupiter has a P90, 64mb RAM, 5Gig HD (2g + 2g via
>>> > CCD--mounted from 1.0a, and the other 1g for /usr etc.)
>>> What kind of an SCSI controller are you using? The 2742 only works with two
>>> drives, for example (with the current driver)..
>>the NCR card for ASUS board
>>> > I'm not sure what could of gone wrong but I have been worried about CCD
>>> > that was build back in 1.0A days.
>>> We have been using CCD on two 4-gig disks without any problems for over
>>> a year on a news server.
>We set up a server with 5 2 gig drives to create a 10gig ccd. Originally
>we were using a pci bus logic SCSI controler. We experianced frequent hangs.
>We switched to an pci NCR controler and after 3 months have not had a single
>BTW, has anyone looked at porting the new freebsd buslogic driver to
>NetBSD? The current netbsd driver still operates in ISA mode...
Oh, one more thing, we have 3 other servers using the same bus logic
controlers, but not using the ccd driver, these have been working hard for
several months without any hangs. Seems like there is some strange
intereaction between the ccd and certain scsi disk drivers.