[SunRescue] 4/260 speed clocking (adjustable?)
wedge at onlineimage.com
Fri Dec 3 14:50:01 CST 1999
On Fri, 3 Dec 1999, BSD Bob wrote:
> I have an old 4/260 crate that I am trying to get OpenBSD up on. It runs
> SunOS 4.1 fine, but, in loading up Net or OpenBSD, it gets a lot of scsi
> dma timeout errors. IFF there is a way to slow the clocking of the machine
> down, that might give me a chance to see if it is a timing related issue
> or something more serious in the code.
Not a definite answer by far, but a friend of mine has been trying (for a
little over a week), to get NetBSD 1.4.1 installed on his SPARCstation LX
and SPARCstation IPC. He gets DMA timeout errors when the NetBSD installer
gets to the partitioning/slicing step, and encounters them a little
further on with the IPC. Reproducable every time. There is nothing extra
in either of these machines, save a CGThree in the IPC.
Both are from a floppy install... boots the kernel and gets into the
mini-root just fine.
I recall from the OpenBSD web page that a new version, 2.6? Is being
released December 5th or 6th... perhaps some bugs are worked out..
> Rescue maillist - Rescue at sunhelp.org
------*-*-*----------------------------------------<< 126.96.36.199 >>--
* * * Atari 8-bit! Battlestar: Galactica * Descent * SCSI
* * * 400/800/XL/XE Star Raiders * Galaga * SPARCstation LX
* * * * * 2600/5200/7800 Star Wars * Voltron * Star Trek * Summer
** * **
--Linux/SPARC-Debian-2.1--------------! ! ! L I N U X ! ! !-----2.2.13--
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