[alsa-devel] Open bugs
protasnb at gmail.com
Tue Feb 12 19:55:35 CET 2008
On Feb 12, 2008 9:57 AM, James Bottomley
<James.Bottomley at hansenpartnership.com> wrote:
> Added linux-scsi for the SCSI ones
> On Tue, 2008-02-12 at 00:18 -0800, Natalie Protasevich wrote:
> > Hello,
> > The bugs listed are over a month old, and haven't been addressed yet.
> > It would be appreciated if corresponding maintainers identify whether
> > the bugs have been fixed, or need to be worked on, and take
> > appropriate action.
> > In most cases, reporters are standing by and ready to provide
> > information and necessary testing.
> > Thanks!
> > SCSI======================================================
> > Problems on booting
> > http://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9621
> > Date: 12/22/2007
> > Regression
> > Summary: The boot stops / hangs on hardware detection of SCSI. I have
> > an InitioINI-9X00U/UW
> > When I have an usb key sticked in /dev/sba, and run lilo then, then it
> > dont boot but give L99 99 99 99 ... error
> I think this was fixed by commit
> Apparently bugzilla email is on the fritz again because this bug report
> didn't come across linux-scsi.
I just fixed that, thanks. It was incorrect "assign-to" party.
> > Resetting RAID attached to a FC Switch causes kernel panic and crash
> > http://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9598
> > 12/18/2007
> > Hardware Environment:SunFire X4200 - 2 x dual core AMD Opteron CPUs,
> > 8GB Ram, Qlogic FC adapter.
> > Summary: Resetting the RAID box causes the X4200 to crash.
> This one looks like the usual problem of remove re-add with the SCSI
> device model.
> > 3ware 9650SE -8LPML not recognized by 3w-9xxx driver
> > http://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=8908
> > 08/19/2007
> > Problem Description: The 3w-9xxx kernel driver for 3ware 9xxx SATA
> > RAID Controller series did not recognize the 3ware 9650SE-8LPML SATA
> > RAID Controller.
> Since this one never apparently worked it's not a regression but an
> enhancement request, isn't it?
No this is not a regression. The bug list that I post is just any bugs
(mostly unattended or stalled). Sometimes those are regressions off of
the Raphael's list, when they don't get resolved for a while, or just
random regressions that haven't showed up on the "hot list" by
> However, adding this PCI ID to the driver should be fairly
> straightforward. Does anyone know what the actual PCI IDs are?
I just asked the reporter to provide this information, thanks.
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