Subject: Re: wd0c:0:0:0: lost interrupt
To: Axel Scheepers <>
From: Brian A. Seklecki <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 01/28/2002 19:04:06
Can you include DMESG (on i386 you may have to transcribe it)?  What


On Mon, 28 Jan 2002, Axel Scheepers wrote:

> Hi All,
> A friend asked me to install NetBSD on his old 486/33Mhz/6MB/258MB to turn
> it in to an firewalled nat box. So far so good..
> When booting the INSTALL_TINY(slightly modified for even less mem usage)
> kernel everything goes fine until the point the kernel reads the disklabels
> from the attached disks; The kernel responds with the message:
> wd0c:0:0:0: Lost interrupt
> I've searched for this message and everything told me this was probably a
> dma error. I wonder if there is any change of getting NetBSD on that
> machine. Things I've tried without succes include trying another disk,
> rejumperd it to master only, quadra checked the cables, and used different
> ones, experiented a bit with the kernel. It seems that the controller is not
> really compatible, or the drive is reporting strange things. Has anyone
> experienced this problem also on an i386 platform? Maybe someone has already
> made a patch for wd.c? Please let me know.
> Thanks in advance,
> Regards,
> --
> Axel Scheepers
> UNIX System Administrator
> email:
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