Subject: Re: panic on SCSI_TEST kernel
To: Gordon Ross <>
From: Keith Moore <>
List: port-sun3
Date: 11/09/1995 02:37:48
> What is the ident line printed just after boot?
@(#)NetBSD 1.1_ALPHA (SCSI_TEST) #19: Mon Nov  6 15:19:18 EST 1995

> That says the driver ran out of "openings" which should not happen
> unless the exclusion logic is broken.  How can I reproduce this?

Basically, I booted netbsd, cd'ed to /usr/src/sys/arch/sun3/conf,
did a config on one of the kernels (after adding the ncr_si device)
cd'ed to ../compile/whatever, and did "make depend; make".

> What hardware (machine, disks, etc.) are you using?

I'm running a 3/75 with 8Mb of memory, and an si controller
(obviously).  type 5 keyboard (hopefully this doesn't matter,
but it is odd.)

Disks are (from SunOS boot):
sd0:  <FALCON ST31200N cyl 2724 alt 2 hd 9 sec 84>
sd2:  <Micropolis 1355 cyl 1018 alt 2 hd 8 sec 34>
sd4:  <ST11200N cyl 1872 alt 2 hd 15 sec 73>
under netbsd, root is /dev/sd2a, /usr is /dev/sd2g,
swap is probably sd0b, and kernel source is on /dev/sd4c

I'll attempt to reproduce in the next day or so and send
a stack trace.