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bug in aic7xxx driver in OpenBSD 3.4
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: bug in aic7xxx driver in OpenBSD 3.4
- From: Peter Dembinski <pdemb_(_at_)_illx_(_dot_)_org>
- Date: Mon, 15 Dec 2003 00:36:02 +0100
It is my first post on this mailing list, so hello to everyone :)
This is the problem I got when installing OpenBSD on Intel-based
machine with three SCSI disks.
OpenBSD 3.4 aic7xxx driver didn't detect geometry of two of my SCSI
disks. The message I got was "mode sense (4) returned nonsense: using
fictitious geometry" and my disks were assigned negative size.
I think this is a bug, because the same hardware worked well with Linux
2.4.23 aic7xxx driver and with FreeDOS-based scsitool bootdisk.
The SCSI controller I used was PCI AHA-2940S76, and the harddisks were
two HP C2490A-001. The problem disappeared after changing the
controller to AHA-2940U.
I hope that misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org is good place to send this bug report.
If not, I would appreciate to be redirected to the proper forum.
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