Subject: sun3 boot hangs with WAIT_FOR_NOT_REQ scsi error
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Corey Adam Baye <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/01/1995 17:47:34
I'm trying to boot up a sun3/60 with the latest netbsd-gen (758513 bytes
unzipped) from NetBSD-1.0. [I'm using the old netboot 'cuz the new one
hangs trying to get the ip address a second time (?!?).] It keeps
printing the message
scsi timeout--WAIT_FOR_NOT_REQ---../../../../arch/sun3/dev/si.c, line 724.
If I disconnect the scsi cable, it gurgles something about
command_transfer: Data out phase?
but then it continues to boot up.
If I boot without the drive attached at all, it boots fine. I had this
thing working only a couple weeks ago. I have tested it on the "old"
netbsd-gen and get the same results.
If anyone thinks it's hardware, please wire some hunches....
Please wire any assistance to email@example.com
CoreyAdam firstname.lastname@example.org http://enuxsa.eas.asu.edu/~cabaye/