Subject: Re: New MI SCSI on 5000/200 - Resend
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Michael L. Hitch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/08/2000 14:30:51
On Wed, 8 Mar 2000, Andreas Priebe wrote:
> > > PS. Can I build a kernel which supports both new and old SCSI schemes?
> > You can build a kernel that will use old SCSI for the 3100 (SII driver)
> > and MI SCSI for the 5000/* machines.
> Thats what I ment. I was unsure about what to comment/uncomment in GENERIC
> to use the new code.
All you should need to do is to comment out any items referring to 'asc'
and uncomment the items referring to 'xasc' plus the
#include "arch/pmax/conf/mi.scsi", which defines the scsibus* at xasc?.
> I am not sure, but I vaguely remember some missing symbols on my
> first kernel compile attempts so I decided to comment all asc and
> oldscsibus things.
The original commit of the MI SCSI stuff did not allow for including
rz devices (old scsi) with the xasc devices. I removed that restriction
on March 3.
> Thats why I asked.
> What configuration file exactly use the other testers for the MI SCSI
> on 5000/200?
I've been using the GENERIC config file with the oldscsi and scsi.pmax
stuff commented out, all the xasc and mi.scsi stuff uncommented, and some
additional xsii configurations for the 3100.
Michael L. Hitch email@example.com
Information Technology Center
Montana State University Bozeman, MT USA