Subject: Re: Problem with new esp driver? [on mac68k] (or maybe not)
To: Dave Huang <>
From: Allen Briggs <>
List: current-users
Date: 12/30/2000 22:21:25
> I just compiled a 1.5Q kernel, Dec 29 sources, and now I get:
> esp0 at obio0: address 0x83f000: NCR53C96, 25MHz, SCSI ID 7

OK, so you're not using "quick" support.  The changes to esp.c are
not going to affect this at all (or shouldn't anyway).  Much more
likely is that the "tagged queuing" support that eeh added is
allergic to your system for some reason.  Can you try turning off
the tagged queuing by setting ncr53c9x_notag = 1 in sys/dev/ic/ncr53c9x.c
?  If you don't have DEBUG defined, move the declaration and use
of ncr53c9x_notag outside of the #ifdef DEBUG.  If that doesn't
help (or actually, even if it does), I'd like to see what the output
looks like if you boot with ncr53c9x_debug set to 0xffff.

This is the first I've heard of this...


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