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Date:      Tue, 07 Jul 2009 10:04:48 -0600
From:      "Justin T. Gibbs" <gibbs@scsiguy.com>
To:        Jay Hall <jhall@socket.net>
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Adaptec 29320ALP-R and tape drive
Message-ID:  <4A537220.1000802@scsiguy.com>
In-Reply-To: <05ED8E99-4F4A-44FC-9A24-D6AD627603DE@socket.net>
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The pciconf -l line for the controller would be useful.  Some other debug
data may be useful too, but I'll need to review some code first before I
know what more I need.

--
Justin 

Jay Hall wrote:
> That worked.  Would any of the information displayed while booting be 
> helpful at this point?
> 
> Jay
> On Jul 7, 2009, at 10:46 AM, Justin T. Gibbs wrote:
> 
>> Go into the card 29320's BIOS and configure your tape drive for 
>> non-packetized
>> negotiation.  If this works, we can try a few other things in the 
>> driver to see
>> if it is possible to get things working in packetized mode.
>>
>> -- 
>> Justin
>>
>>
>> Jay Hall wrote:
>>> I just installed an Adaptec 29320ALP-R in my FreeBSD 7.2 server.  
>>> Connected to the card is an HP Ultrium 1/8 G2 tape drive.
>>> During the boot sequence, FreeBSD pauses to wait for the SCSI devices 
>>> to settle.  Then, I receive the following message
>>> (probe79:ahd0:0:4:0: Probable outgoing LQ CRC error.  Retrying command.
>>> I have moved the card to a different slot with the same results, 
>>> replaced the cable, etc.   If I do not power on the tape drive, the 
>>> system will boot normally.
>>> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
>>> Thanks,
>>> Jay
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>>
> 
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