Subject: Re: generic HBA error messages on 1.6beta2
To: Matthias Buelow <email@example.com>
From: Matthew Jacob <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/20/2002 17:52:11
I'm in Ohio now on vacation.
I cannot reproduce the problem with my hardware. When I get back next week,
let's sync up to make sure we can fix this problem.
On Sat, 20 Jul 2002, Matthias Buelow wrote:
> Matthew Jacob writes:
> >So, take the extra memory out....
> OK, applied your patches.gz to -current (13/7) source,
> recompiled, booted and provoked the bug by compiling
> the kernel...
> didn't show anything new:
> sd0(isp0:0:0:0): generic HBA error
> isp0: unable to load dma (22)
> that's all.
> I really would like to have this bug fixed.
> Preferrably for 1.6 already. It really disables
> the use of NetBSD with a PWS with >=1Gig installed.
> Which probably isn't what anybody would like.
> I'd hate to take 1Gig out of the box, or install
> some other system (like FreeBSD/i386 probably,
> or OSF^WTru64; I'd rather install some other system
> than take out memory.)
> Anybody's got some ideas?
> In the present condition I'd call the PWS unsupported
> by NetBSD.