Subject: Re: kern/23529 pdcide0:0 and 0:1 bogus intr messages repeating forever
To: Manuel Bouyer <email@example.com>
From: Michael Hertrick <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/23/2003 17:54:04
Alright, I disconnected the Quantum drive from the Promise controller
and didn't get the "bogus intr" messages with -current kernel.
So, it's safe to say now that the problem only occurs with the Quantum
Fireball on Promise controller.
Michael Hertrick wrote:
> The messages for "bogus intr" say pdcide0:0 and pdcide0:1, and I have
> the Quantum on 0:0 and the Maxtor on 0:1. So, I'm tempted to say it's
> both...but what do I know?
> I honestly don't know where the problem lies. I've been hesitant to
> mess around with the hardware setup for numerous reasons. I'll tell
> ya what, though. I'm going to take the machine down after I send this
> e-mail, take my mirrored drives out and see if I can determine whether
> it's just the Quantum or if it's both.
> Hang on and I'll get back to you within thirty minutes...
> Manuel Bouyer wrote:
>> On Sun, Nov 23, 2003 at 05:13:34PM -0500, Michael Hertrick wrote:
>>> The drives are:
>>> QUANTUM FIREBALLct08 08, 8063MB -- it's old, at least 3 years, if
>>> not 4 or more.
>>> Maxtor 6Y080P0, 78167 MB -- this one's new, <1 year old.
>> You mean, both drives cause priblems on the promise, or only the
>> QUANTUM ?