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Date:      Mon, 05 Jan 2009 21:26:51 +0000
From:      Colin <freebsd@southportcomputers.co.uk>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: 7.0-RELEASE and megaraid (mpt0)
Message-ID:  <49627B1B.5060801@southportcomputers.co.uk>

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*Tim Kellers wrote:*

>Colin wrote:
>>/ Hi folks,
/>/> I'm running a new server with FreeBSD 7.0-RELEASE and am seeing 
/>>/ timeouts and other messages with mpt0
/>>
//>>/ These include:
/>>/ mpt_cam_event: 0x16, 0x12 & 0x60
/>>/
/>/> More importantly these:
/>/> Dec 28 16:33:30 ted kernel: mpt0: request 0xc68db554:44729 timed out 
/>/> for ccb 0xc691f000 (req->ccb 0xc691f000)
/>/> Dec 28 16:33:30 ted kernel: mpt0: request 0xc68d8bc4:44730 timed out 
/>/> for ccb 0xc6ac1c00 (req->ccb 0xc6ac1c00)
/>/> Dec 28 16:33:30 ted kernel: mpt0: attempting to abort req 
/>/> 0xc68db554:44729 function 0
/>/> Dec 28 16:33:30 ted kernel: mpt0: request 0xc68d8328:44731 timed out 
/>/> for ccb 0xc68df800 (req->ccb 0xc68df800)
/>/> Dec 28 16:33:30 ted kernel: mpt0: mpt_recover_commands: IOC Status 
/>/> 0x4a. Resetting controller.
/>/> Dec 28 16:33:30 ted kernel: mpt0: completing timedout/aborted req 
/>/> 0xc68db554:44729
/>/> Dec 28 16:33:30 ted kernel: mpt0: completing timedout/aborted req 
/>/> 0xc68d8bc4:44730
/>/> Dec 28 16:33:30 ted kernel: mpt0: completing timedout/aborted req 
/>/> 0xc68d8328:44731
/>/> Dec 28 16:33:30 ted kernel: mpt0: request 0xc68d5ac8:0 timed out for 
/>/> ccb 0xc6af4000 (req->ccb 0)
/>>/
/>/> I have raised this with my provider and they have said "it is working 
/>/> fine without any problem you can simply ignore this message".
/>>/
/>/> Now I'm no expert on the megaraid controller but I'm fairly certain 
/>/> that frequent timeouts are not something that I want to be seeing. I 
/>/> looked around and saw other people asking the same but no answers 
/>/> posted publicly. I was also wondering as to whether linux emulation 
/>/> could be used to run the LSI Megaraid storage manager or whether 
/>/> attempting to do so is a very bad idea..
/>>/
/>/> Thanks,
/>/> Colin
/>>/ Southport Computers.
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/>I'm running 7.1-PRERELEASE FreeBSD 7.1-PRERELEASE #0: Sat Dec 27
>03:44:52 EST 2008 AMD on a Dell 2850  Poweredge with the defaut LSI/PERC
>4 and AMR kernel devices and I'm not seeing any timeouts at all.  Maybe
>someone knows if something significant in those device files changed
>from 7.0 to 7.1?  I don't think the Linux drivers are a viable option.
>But using 7.1 PRE seems to work just fine, here.
>
>
>mpt0: <LSILogic 1030 Ultra4 Adapter> port 0xec00-0xecff mem
>0xdfdf0000-0xdfdfffff,0xdfde0000-0xdfdeffff irq 34 at device 5.0 on pci2
>mpt0: [ITHREAD]
>mpt0: MPI Version=1.2.12.0
>
>
>amr0: <LSILogic MegaRAID 1.53> mem 0xd90f0000-0xd90fffff irq 106 at
>device 4.0 on pci9
>amr0: Using 64-bit DMA
>amr0: [ITHREAD]
>amr0: delete logical drives supported by controller
>amr0: <LSILogic PERC 4/DC> Firmware 351S, BIOS 1.10, 128MB RAM


Looks like we're on different hardware. Mine is SAS and yours is SCSI

mpt0: <LSILogic SAS/SATA Adapter> port 0xec00-0xecff mem 0xdffec000-0xdffeffff,0xdfff0000-0xdfffffff irq 16 at device 0.0 on pci2
mpt0: [ITHREAD]
mpt0: MPI Version=1.5.16.0

da0 at mpt0 bus 0 target 8 lun 0
da0: <LSILOGIC Logical Volume 3000> Fixed Direct Access SCSI-2 device
da0: 300.000MB/s transfers
da0: Command Queueing Enabled
da0: 476837MB (976562176 512 byte sectors: 255H 63S/T 60788C)

I have however noticed that the events only occur at specific times. So far I have noticed them only at boot time just after dmesg identifies the adapter and also whenever I try to install/upgrade a port.

It doesn't matter what port it is but here is an example (seen as I'm having trouble with the mysql port not compiling but that's for a different thread)

# make
===>  Extracting for mysql-client-5.0.75
=> MD5 Checksum OK for mysql-5.0.75.tar.gz.
=> SHA256 Checksum OK for mysql-5.0.75.tar.gz.
#######Long pause here of >30 seconds with the mpt0 errors being logged
===>  Patching for mysql-client-5.0.75




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