[Aboriginal] lsi_scsi: error
rob at landley.net
Mon Oct 10 10:49:16 PDT 2011
On 10/09/2011 08:08 PM, John Spencer wrote:
>>> possibly there is some kernel switch which could be used to disable
>>> usage of "ORDERED queue"
>> Apparently the qemu guys have been poking at this:
>> Honestly, they're the people you need to talk to.
> thanks, it is no real problem; everything works despite that.
> won't bother you anymore.
It's not a bother, it's just an "I can't help with this in the time I
have available right now". I don't understand the guts of SCSI all that
well, mostly due to despising the way scsi bigots keep trying to rout
even ramdisks through the scsi midlayer.
>>> everything seems to work, but possibly it can get still worse.
>>> i guess it's better to disable it until qemu supports it...
>> I'm open to kernel .config changes for the armv6l target. Currently the
>> board localization in sources/targets/armv6l is:
>> # Processor config
>> # Versatile board
> funny, i just c/p'ed that part a few hours earlier into sabotage's
> kernel build script...
You read http://landley.net/aboriginal/FAQ.html#dev_miniconfig already,
>> Have you tried the:
>> ./dev-environment.sh 2>/dev/null
>> workaround yet? What's only going to discard error messages
>> _from_qemu_, which seems like what you want...
> not yet. will try later once the kernel is built. since it builds since
> about 2.5 hours, i guess it will finish soon... hopefully.
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