aic7xx system hangs
wralphie at comcast.net
Tue Sep 14 13:56:43 UTC 2004
On Tue, 2004-09-14 at 09:27, Jeremy Conlin wrote:
> > When you booted rescue mode, it would have asked you if you wanted to
> > search for an installed copy of FC2. Your message suggests it found
> > your
> > install, and you should give the chroot command as it suggests:
> > chroot /mnt/sysimage
> > That gives you easy access to the files you will need. Sorry I forgot
> > about this piece, so with the chroot, you will be able to use paths as
> > if you had booted your system normally.
> I did what you said and (after doing it twice to correct a typo:) ) it
> was working! I was very excited to see the machine get past the
> Loading aic7xxx.ko module and begin to load the OS. Unfortunately
> another problem has cropped up. I get the following message:
> Checking for new hardwaremodprobe: FATAL: Error inserting aic7xxx
> (/lib/modules/2.6.5-1.358smp/kernel/drivers/scsi/aic7xxx.ko): No such
> kernel panic: aic7xxx unrecoverable BRKADRINT
> I don't understand why it requires the device to be loaded initially
> but now it can't even find the device. Is there another step that
> needs to be done to include the appropriate driver in the kernel?
> Thanks again for your help.
Back when (a long time ago and a 2.4 series kernal) I had this form of
problem which turned out to be a DMA or interrupt issue, I really don't
I would check this also.
jludwig <wralphie at comcast.net>
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