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Description of problem:
System has two 1394 host adapters and six drives. Kudzu finds both host
adapters, but not any of the drives.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start with a Red Hat Linux 7.3 system.
2. Set up two 1394 host adapters, and six drives attached to one of the adapters
2. Upgrade system to Red Hat Linux 8.0
Actual Results: kudzu detects 1394 host adapters, but not the 1394 drives
Expected Results: all 1394 drives should have been found and configured
Athlon system with Asus motherboard, Asus 760MPX chip set, running single CPU
only, not SMP (to avoid 1394 SMP crash). Creative Labs Audigy sound card with
an OHCI 1394 adapter, not connected to any devices. Generic OHCI 1394 adapter
connected to three Maxtor 1394
external hard drives, two TDK 32/10/40B CD-R drives installed in Granite Digital
1394 cases, and a Pioneer DVR-A03 DVD-R drive also in a Granite Digital 1394 case.
What does /proc/bus/ieee1394/devices look like?
Similar problem on IBM Thinkpad A21p notebook with OrangeLink FireWire CardBus
PC Card. The card is recognized when inserted but no devices are found. Only
device connected in my case is a Pioneer DVR-104 in a FireWire case. Same
hardware setup works fine with Windows XP dual-boot. May be connected to the
similar problems with Adaptec aha152x_cs cardbus adapters not seeing external
On my system /proc/bus/ieee1394/devices looks like:
Vendor ID: `Linux OHCI-1394' [0x00004c]
IRMC(0) CMC(1) ISC(1) BMC(0) PMC(0) GEN(0)
LSPD(2) MAX_REC(1024) CYC_CLK_ACC(0)
Host Node Status:
Host Driver : ohci1394
Nodes connected : 2
Nodes active : 1
SelfIDs received: 2
Irm ID : [63:1023]
BusMgr ID : [63:1023]
In Bus Reset : no
Root : no
Cycle Master : no
IRM : no
Bus Manager : no
Created attachment 81184 [details]
contents of /proc/bus/ieee1394/devices
Sometimes when I boot the devices are claimed by the sbp2 driver, show up in
/proc/scsi/scsi, and work OK. But most of the time they aren't found, even
though they are listed in /proc/bus/ieee1394/devices. I just attached a copy of
the latter from my most recent boot, in which the devices were not found by sbp2.
I don't think P.R.Schaffner@LaRC.NASA.gov has the same bug, because in my case
my devices do show up in /proc/bus/ieee1394/devices, but his do not.
Created attachment 81185 [details]
/proc/scsi/scsi from the same boot - the DVD-ROM on scsi2 is non-1394
Yeah, I don't think P.R.Schaffner@LaRC.NASA.gov's problem is solvable in kudzu;
if it doesn't show up in the ieee1394 devices file, kudzu is *not* going to see
it (and that's not really fixable.)
Created attachment 81265 [details]
boot messages imply that SBP2 found the drives
Created attachment 81266 [details]
lsmod shows sbp2 module is loaded - maybe this is a bug in sbp2 rather than kudzu?
Created attachment 81267 [details]
If I run the rescan-scsi-bus.sh script, it takes a while, but the drives are found. This suggests once again that the problem might be with kudzu?
Created attachment 81268 [details]
/proc/scsi/scsi after running rescan-scsi-bus.sh, all devices found
Closing bugs on older, no longer supported, releases. Apologies for any lack of
In current code, handling of removable drives is done in HAL with the fstab-sync