The installer does not list my scsi disks as installation targets, just my ide
disk. Filing as a kernel bug as I assume the issue is due to linux not
recognizing the scsi controller. I tried starting the installer with 'linux
noacpi', no dice. This is an issue with FC4 x86_64 as well.
The machine is an HP xw9300, the motherboard has an integrated ultra 320 scsi
controller. bios is updated to latest rev 2.05.
SuSE 9.3 (i386) and SuSE 10 beta 4 (x86_64) can both see the scsi disks when I
start their installers with noacpi.
can you grab lspci output for that ? (and maybe dmesg too?)
Peter, Jeremy tells me you've got one of these beasts.
Any ideas whats up ?
Booting with pci=noacpi fixes it. The machine's MP and ACPI tables don't tell
the same interrupt routing story.
Created attachment 125736 [details]
output of lspci once booted fc5 test3 x86_64 with pci=noacpi
Created attachment 125737 [details]
dmesg once booted fc5 test3 x86_64 with pci=noacpi
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Still no go both latest FC5 kernels and FC6 kernels require acpi=off in-order to
detect all the devices on the PCI-X bridge.
Marking as info provided.
Closing since there was an error in previous mass-close and they remained in
Somehow I missed this bug.
Still seeing the same in F10, x86_64.
Nothing is seen on the PCI-X/PCI-E buses unless I add acpi=off
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