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Re: port-alpha/22160 (panic using SCSI TK50 in NetBSD 1.6.1)

The following reply was made to PR port-alpha/22160; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: "John A. Dundas III" <>
To: David Holland <>
Cc: "John A. Dundas III" <>,,,,
Subject: Re: port-alpha/22160 (panic using SCSI TK50 in NetBSD 1.6.1)
Date: Tue, 2 Dec 2008 08:46:50 -0800

 At 4:38 PM +0000 12/2/08, David Holland wrote:
 >On Mon, Dec 01, 2008 at 05:10:05PM +0000, John A. Dundas III wrote:
 >  >  I haven't tried recently.  Is there any reason to expect a change in
 >  >  behavior with a more recent kernel than the one it was filed under?
 >There have been a number of changes to physio (and st) since 1.6,
 >so... maybe. I think in -current or 5.0 beta it probably at least
 >won't crash the system any more just because you get an I/O error from
 >the system. (Although on the other hand, beware of PR 38643.)
 OK, thanks for letting me know.  I'll look up PR 38643.  If I have 
 some time this month, I'll try the current version and see what 
 >I don't have any idea if anything's been done with the vax-specific
 >patches, but if you can find them it should be possible to figure out.
 >The urls in the original report are all stale, I'm afraid.
 I'll attempt to update the ticket with anything new I learn.  I'll 
 also see if I can find the old URL contents.
 John A. Dundas III
 Director, IMSS Voice & Data Networks, Caltech
 Mail Code: 1-10, Pasadena, CA  91125
 Phone: 626.395.3392 FAX: 626.449.6973

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