At 06:07 PM 7/23/2000 -0500, Mike Meyer wrote:
>It seems that the last changes to the ahc drivers (committed on the
>18th) are causing my system to lock up. I'd check the aic7890 specific
>changes first, but that's just me.
>The problem is that when I start doing I/O to two drives, the system
>hangs. The SCSI controller and both drives(*) turn on their "I'm busy"
>LED, so I assume the scsi bus is hung. They OS is still there, but
>trying to do anything that touches the drives causes the process to
>lock up. I get no core dump and no messages to the console indicating
>any problems.
>With this version, I *do* get the following message at boot time that
>I didn't get before:
>        (noperiph:ahc0:0:-1:-1): SCSI bus reset delivered. 0 SCBs aborted.
>The system configuration is:

I get the same hang when doing a dump to an Exabyte 8505 connected to on board aic7880
My disks are hooked up to an internal DPT Raid controller and no problem there.
Any time I try to access the tape drive it panics.
Sorry I don't have the panic message as I'm running this machine headless at the 

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