Sorry, many engineers are so used to internal people getting bug updates with visible e-mail addresses and the ability to update bugster directly that they don't realize external users have neither and get e-mails they can't respond to, with no clue who to contact to provide more information.
I've cc'ed the responsible engineer, Saurabh, on this e-mail, so you can communicate further on this issue. -Alan Coopersmith- alan.coopersmith at sun.com Sun Microsystems, Inc. - X Window System Engineering Masayuki Murayama wrote: > 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 ===================================== > = > > _______________________________________________ > request-sponsor mailing list > request-sponsor at opensolaris.org