The boot image, or installer, fail to recognise my SCSI Controller (QLOGIC PCI IQ) from 6.1 upwards.
Why do I consider this a bug rather than a non-supported device?
Simply this. 6.0 does recognise my adaptor. I consider this a major issue (from the user perspective) as I cannot upgrade from 6.0
to 6.1, or for that matter 6.2 (they both hang at this stage of detection). Nor do they work from a clean image install.
I believe Red Hat ought to consider this a major issue also. Why? Because in it's own small way, this failure shows later versions of
your distribution to be... _less intelligent_ than it's predesessors!! Hence - being seen as degenerating rather than advancing.
I really don't care, I love Red Hat Linux, and just want to upgrade!!
I thought you would like to know this. By telling you, perhaps you can look into it and help me to get an upgrade working down the
Regards Sean Chivers - Adelaide South Australia.
Please send me the output of "cat /proc/pci" - I suspect that it is a simple
omission in the PCI to driver mapping.
Closing bug due to inactivity. Please reopen if the problem persists or if you
have more information.