Subject: UPDATE: Symbios 8750SP / IBM DDRS U2W boot problems
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Joerg Czeranski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/17/1999 00:20:16
> I have an AlphaPC164 with a 4 GB IDE disk (NetBSD-1.3.3 on it),
> a Symbios 8750SP ultra narrow (i.e. 8bit) hostadapter, and an IBM DDRS U2W
> disk attached via a narrow/wide adapter.
> Then it scans the bus, finds the DDRS, decides to switch it to wide
> and query its parameters. That doesn't work with a narrow cable
> though. :)
> It starts writing endless error messages on the console (see below).
> After adding "options SCSI_NCR_MAX_WIDE=0" to the kernel config file,
> it detects and uses the DDRS without problems:
Yesterday I booted the Digital Unix 4.0E OS CD and got these boot
pci0 at nexus
itpsa0 at pci0 slot 7
Checksum read error.
*** Attempt to run on unsupported adapter ***
itpsa0 not probed
attempting to use psiop...
psiop0 at pci0 slot 7
siop_pci_initialize: Warning - Using unsupported 53c875 scsi chip
Loading SIOP: script c0001b00, reg 82011000, data 4094fa98
scsi0 at psiop0 slot 0
rz0 at scsi0 target 0 lun 0 (LID=0) (IBM DDRS-34560D DC1B) (Wide16)
rz4 at scsi0 target 4 lun 0 (LID=1) (TOSHIBA CD-ROM XM-3301TA 2411)
Then it went on to Just Work - booting continued, I newfs'ed, mounted,
and used the disk.
What can I do to install NetBSD 1.4 on it?