My understanding is that the "-20" refers to the version of the kernelQuote:> I got my Lucent Winmodem working with the ltmodem module found in
> linux568.zip, but get a diagnostic
> message from the module at boot time. I switched to the 2.2.12 kernel
> after earlier getting clear
> failures when trying to load the module with kernel 2.2.5. Now things
> appear to work great in so
> far as modem operation, but I get a boot time warning about the module
> having been compiled with
> kernel 2.2.12-20 but my having only kernel 2.2.12. Does anyone know
> that the '-20' refers to?
> Should I have gone for 2.2.13? Thanks.
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We have a risc 250 that has been upgraded to 4.3.2 with 160 mb ram, 9.1
gb on a wide scsi controller, a tape drive ( seagate CTD4004E-S)
running on the internal scsi port of the server.
we have started getting failures in backups or in verifies ( using
microlite's backup edge software)
Were getting scsi0 errors with scsi_err10 errors followed by a tape
( rmt1 error) now they are all the tape errors.
I ran diag several time the other night and for most of the runs got no
errors and finally on one of the runs got the following which I can find
no information on in the books or on the web:
973-415 A Reservation Conflict occurred
80% rmt1 tape
10% sysplaner -----
10% --------- software error
What is a reservation conflict?
The errlog ( under details) is saying it is the adapter or the tape
unit... Adapter being the built-in scsi port on the server? or the
board in the external tape drive?
I am not sure whether I need to get another mother board ( or start
shopping for a new box) or just need a new tape drive......... Answers
or directions to places to look for more info would be appreciated...