Subject: Re: AVA 1502 support (i386)
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Mason Loring Bliss <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/11/1998 08:48:24
On Fri, Dec 11, 1998 at 08:21:42AM +0100, Rene Hexel wrote:
> > Dec 10 23:59:09 acheron /netbsd: sd0(aic0:1:0): Check Condition on CDB: 0x2a 00 00 69 05 7e 00 00 01 00
> > Dec 10 23:59:09 acheron /netbsd: SENSE KEY: Illegal Request
> > Dec 10 23:59:09 acheron /netbsd: ASC/ASCQ: Logical Block Address Out of Range
> To me this looks more like a size problem in the partition table (or
> the disklabel, for that matter) than a problem of the host adaptor.
> Seems like some superblock was attempted to be written by newfs to a
> block somewhere past the end of the available harddisk space ...
This happened right at the very beginning of the newfs, on a partition that,
while it did run to the end of the disk, didn't quite start at the beginning
of the disk. The only possibility for overrun would be on the "far end."
Does newfs do anything down there before proceeding from the beginning?
It's possible I did something funky with the partition size...
Mason Loring Bliss..email@example.com...acheron.ddns.org/mason
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