scsi-experts needed: target aborted
daenzerm at student.ethz.ch
Mon Jun 26 19:30:49 EST 2000
Wolfgang Haeuptli wrote:
> I was never able to access my scanner (UMAX astra 1200S, scsi).
> mesh reports: target 6 aborted, interrupt in idle phase ?
> Some time ago, somebody posted a patch (see end of message) to enable
> scsi-debugging, which miraculously makes the scanner get recognized by the
> kernel and work (partly) with SANE...
> I had to disabled the patch again, because my log file (and the console) got
> filled up with tons of debug infos.
> Now my question to scsi-cracks:
> Why does the device only gets registered with debugging enabled (no other
> changes to mesh)
I'm not a SCSI crack, but anyway :)
Debugging slows down very much, so - sounds to me like the SCSI driver needs
idle loops and/or memory barriers here and there...
No gates, no windows ... It's open!
Earthling Michel Dänzer (MrCooper) \ CS student and free software enthusiast
Debian GNU/Linux (powerpc,i386) user \ member of XFree86, Team *AMIGA*, AUGS
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