On Wed, 23 Aug 2000, Mike Smith wrote:
> I would recommend just preserving the relevant files and updating the
> rest of the system right now.  I think that Matt Dodd is working on
> this right now.  A quick look at the code doesn't suggest anything
> immediately wrong with the new interrupt assignment code; has anything
> else in this system been changed?

I don't remember seeing a verbose boot log posted so I can't really say
whats wrong.  There is no difference b/t the -CURRENT and 4-STABLE
versions of dpt_pci.c so I'm not sure what could be causing the
problem.  Of course it may be that the cards don't work in -CURRENT

Not having a test system with PCI DPT boards somewhat limits my ability to
wring these things out.  I won't refuse a rackmounted compaq with PCI and
EISA slots and a brace of DPT and Smart2 RAID cards if someone sends me
one.  Who knows?  I might even be able to beat a bit on the management
tools then.

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