Subject: Re: com "silo overflow" messages
To: Tom Yu <tlyu@MIT.EDU>
From: Rick Kelly <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/21/1997 23:18:25
Tom Yu said:
>raeburn> However... In my current configuration, I don't have a wd
>raeburn> controller any more. All disks are connected to an Adaptec
>raeburn> 2940U SCSI controller. And yet I still get "silo overflow"
>raeburn> reports during heavy disk activity.
>raeburn> My kernel dates from mid-November. I tried updating, but it
>raeburn> looks like I'll need to update some other tools first so I
>raeburn> can build the new kernel.
This reminds me... Here I have a Sun 3/80 running 4.1.1 that is waiting
for NetBSD/Sun3x. Every now and then I see a "zs3:ring buffer overflow".
At work I have a Sun SPARC 1000 with 2 processors running Solaris 2.5 that
every now and then gets a "zs3:ring buffer overflow".
Sun acknowledges the bug and shrugs...
Rick Kelly email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org