Alan,

Thank you very much for your kind arrangement.

Regards,

-masa


----- Original Message -----
>Date: Tue, 13 Oct 2009 07:54:00 -0700
>From: Alan Coopersmith <Alan.Coopersmith at Sun.COM>
>Subject: Re: [request-sponsor] CR 6890550
>To: Masayuki Murayama <khf04453 at nifty.ne.jp>
>Cc: request-sponsor at opensolaris.org, Saurabh Misra <Saurabh.Mishra at 
>Sun.COM>
>
>
>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 aft
er
>>> 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_aliase
s
>>> 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 pc
i
>>> add-on card:
>>>            Node 0x00001d
>>>                assigned-addresses:  82040810.00000000.febfc000.00000000.00
00
>> 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,02000
0' 
>> + '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 th
ose
>>  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 ==================================
===
>> =
>> 
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