I'm sorry if it is not a right mailing list for the issue. I'm the submitter of CR6890550 below. The responsible engineer of the cr commented that further tests would be required to add the new PCI device id to bfe driver. I'd like to do what are required, and to send the result, but there is no mail address to contact the engineer.
Should I request for sponsor here, or is there another way? My SCA is OS0107 regards, Masayuki Murayama ----- Original Message ----- >Date: Mon, 12 Oct 2009 11:02:58 -0600 (MDT) >From: bugmail-sender at Sun.COM >Subject: CR 6890550 Updated, <User 1-5Q-6307> now responsible engineer, P3 > driver/bfe bfe should support pci14e4,4401 device >To: undisclosed-recipients:; > > >*Synopsis*: bfe should support pci14e4,4401 device > >Due to a change requested by <User 1-5Q-6307>, ><User 1-5Q-6307> is now the responsible engineer for: > >CR 6890550 changed on Oct 12 2009 by <User 1-5Q-6307> > >=== Field ============ === New Value ============= === Old Value ============ = > >Description New Note >Responsible Engineer <User 1-5Q-6307> >Status 3-Accepted 1-Dispatched >====================== =========================== ========================== = > > >*Change Request ID*: 6890550 > >*Synopsis*: bfe should support pci14e4,4401 device > > Product: solaris > Category: driver > Subcategory: bfe > Type: Defect > Subtype: > Status: 3-Accepted > Substatus: > Priority: 3-Medium > Introduced In Release: > Introduced In Build: > Responsible Engineer: <User 1-5Q-6307> > Keywords: opensolaris > >=== *Description* =========================================================== = >Category > solaris/driver (Hardware Support - Devices/Drivers) >Sub-Category > bfe >Description > As bfe driver for broadcom bcm4401 fast ethernet nic in snv124 >supports only pci14e4,970c device, my bcm4401 based pci add-on card, which pc i vendor/device id is pci14e4,4401, is not detected right after snv124 >installation. >pci14e4,4402 and pci14e4,170c are also known as ids for the bcm4401 nic. >So bfe should support these three devices too, I think >Frequency > Always >Regression > No >Steps to Reproduce > Just install snv124, then see /etc/driver_aliases. >So, following command failed. > ifconfig bfe0 plumb >Expected Result > The lines below should be also included in /etc/driver_aliases right after >opensolaris installation. > bfe "pci14e4,4401" > bfe "pci14e4,4402" > bfe "pci14e4,170c" >Actual Result > installing snv124, there is an entry for bfe below in /etc/driver_aliases >bfe "pci14e4,970c" >Error Message(s) > N/A >Test Case > N/A >Workaround > do following for my nic card > update_drv -a -i "pci14e4,4401" bfe >Additional configuration information > the node information in the output of prtconf -v for my bcm4401 based pci >add-on card: > Node 0x00001d > assigned-addresses: 82040810.00000000.febfc000.00000000.0000 2000 > reg: 00040800.00000000.00000000.00000000.00000000.02040810.0 0000000.00000000.00000000.00002000 > compatible: 'pci14e4,4401.14e4.8401.1' + 'pci14e4,4401.14e4.8 401' + 'pci14e4,8401' + 'pci14e4,4401.1' + 'pci14e4,4401' + 'pciclass,020000' + 'pciclass,0200' > model: 'Ethernet controller' > power-consumption: 00000001.00000001 > devsel-speed: 00000000 > interrupts: 00000001 > max-latency: 00000000 > min-grant: 00000000 > subsystem-vendor-id: 000014e4 > subsystem-id: 00008401 > unit-address: '1' > class-code: 00020000 > revision-id: 00000001 > vendor-id: 000014e4 > device-id: 00004401 > name: 'pci14e4,8401' > >*** (#1 of 2): 2009-10-12 13:58:28 GMT+00:00 <User 1-F4SZV> > >I didn't have access to the hardware and that's the reason I didn't add those PCI-ID. If you access to the hardware, can you do basic testing and let me kn ow the result? > >*** (#2 of 2): 2009-10-12 16:54:05 GMT+00:00 <User 1-5Q-6307> > > >=== *Public Comments* ======================================================= = > >=== *Workaround* ============================================================ = > >=== *Additional Details* ==================================================== = > Targeted Release: > Commit To Fix In Build: > Fixed In Build: > Integrated In Build: > Verified In Build: > See Also: 6882713, 6890551 > Duplicate of: > Hooks: > Hook1: > Hook2: > Hook3: > Hook4: > Hook5: > Hook6: <email address omitted> > Program Management: > Root Cause: > Fix Affects Documentation: No > Fix Affects Localization: No > >=== *History* =============================================================== = > Date Submitted: 2009-10-12 13:58:27 GMT+00:00 > Submitted By: <User 1-F4SZV> > > Status Changed Date Updated Updated By > 3-Accepted 2009-10-12 16:54:25 GMT+00:00 <User 1-5Q-6307> > > >=== *Service Request* ======================================================= = > Impact: Limited > Functionality: Secondary > Severity: 4 > Product Name: solaris > Product Release: solaris_nevada > Product Build: snv_124 > Operating System: solaris_nevada > Hardware: x86 > Submitted Date: 2009-10-12 13:58:28 GMT+00:00 > > >=== *Service Request* ======================================================= = > Impact: Limited > Functionality: Secondary > Severity: 4 > Product Name: solaris > Product Release: solaris_nevada > Product Build: snv_124 > Operating System: solaris_nevada > Hardware: x86 > Submitted Date: 2009-10-12 13:58:48 GMT+00:00 > > >=== *Multiple Release (MR) Cluster* - 0 ===================================== = >