Re: Trouble with kernel 2.4.18-18.7.x

From: Tom Diehl (
Date: Thu Dec 12 2002 - 00:18:35 EST

On 10 Dec 2002, Alan Cox wrote:

> On Tue, 2002-12-10 at 19:33, Karina wrote:
> > Hi, i've just installed kernel 2.4.18-18.7.x (from RPM) and now it
> > seems there are problems with my scsi devices.
> > I have attached an adaptec scsi AIC7XXX adapter, the system detects the
> > device, but in the logs appears messages: "blk: queue c24afa18, I/0
> > limit 4095Mb (mask0xfffffff)", these messages didn't appear before with
> > my old kernel.
> Thats a perfectly normal message. Its giving parameters for your scsi
> > Also, there are another messages in the dmesg results:
> >
> > kmod: failed to exec /sbin/modprobe -s -k scsi_hostadapter errno = 2
> That one is a bit stranger. I'd have expected it to put the scsi adapter
> in the initrd which apparently it hasnt

I get the exact same message on an intel L440GX (VA Linux) machine. I
attributed it to the routing problem this board has. Looks like I was
wrong or was I? FWIW I do not have any SCSI devices attached.

> So it looks like its ok. Do file the kmod: failed to exec report in
> however. Regardless of it not being
> a problem in your case it does want fixing

Assuming that you still want it in bugzilla if Karina does not do it I will.
Karina if you do bugzilla this please let me know the number.


.............Tom	"Nothing would please me more than being able to	hire ten programmers and deluge the hobby market 
			with good software." -- Bill Gates 1976

We are still waiting ....

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