kernel panic: aha274x_isr: brkadrint, error = 0x1, seqaddr = 0x0

kernel panic: aha274x_isr: brkadrint, error = 0x1, seqaddr = 0x0

Post by Peter Galbrai » Sun, 22 Jan 1995 02:24:49



Yesterday, I posted that I could not get SlackwarePro 2.1 precompiled
kernel to boot (but the installation disks work fine).

I managed to compile a kernel on another Linux machine (gcc was adequate
after all).  However, it also does not boot.

I have a Pentium 60, 16 MB ram, AHA-2740 SCSI, Mitsumi (non-SCSI) CD-ROM.

The boot messages show the aha274x detected (1 SCSI disk total), then
a message about 16M of memory, processor honours WP bit in supervisor
mode, floppy drive fd0 is 1.44M, then:
----------------------------------------
FDC 0 is a post-1991 82077
Swansea University Computer Society NET3.017
Swansea University Computer Society TCP/IP for NET3.017
IP Protocols: ICMP, UDP, TCP
Kernel panic: aha274x_isr: brkadrint, error = 0x1, seqaddr = 0x0

In swapper task - not syncing
----------------------------------------

Any ideas?
I have *no* clue what to try next.
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kernel panic: aha274x_isr: brkadrint, error = 0x1, seqaddr = 0x0

Post by Peter Galbrai » Sun, 22 Jan 1995 05:52:46


I've been looking at the EISA configuration utility.  It has a section
to program the BIOS.  One of the questions is:

 Extended Translation for Drives > 1 GByte............... Enabled

The Adaptec manual says:

 Note: Enabling this option for operating systems that do not need
       extended translation (e.g. NetWare 386 and UNIX) can cause drive
       failure and/or data loss.

Can this be the reason for the for the kernel panic?
Can people with an EISA Adaptec 2742 who experience the kernel panic
and others who don't check this out on their machine?
You need to execute CF.EXE which came with your EISA configuration
utility (with the computer itself; not the adaptec card).

Thanks!
--

Maurice-Lamontagne Institute, Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada
P.O. Box 1000
Mont-Joli Qc, G5H 3Z4 Canada      Tel: (418) 775-0852   FAX: (418) 775-0542

 
 
 

kernel panic: aha274x_isr: brkadrint, error = 0x1, seqaddr = 0x0

Post by Tony Mountifie » Sun, 22 Jan 1995 08:09:57



> The boot messages show the aha274x detected (1 SCSI disk total), then
> a message about 16M of memory, processor honours WP bit in supervisor
> mode, floppy drive fd0 is 1.44M, then:
> ----------------------------------------
> FDC 0 is a post-1991 82077
> Swansea University Computer Society NET3.017
> Swansea University Computer Society TCP/IP for NET3.017
> IP Protocols: ICMP, UDP, TCP
> Kernel panic: aha274x_isr: brkadrint, error = 0x1, seqaddr = 0x0

> In swapper task - not syncing
> ----------------------------------------

> Any ideas?
> I have *no* clue what to try next.

This happens when you use the kernel that has Ethernet compiled in -
there seems to be a conflict between the Ethernet driver(s) and the
AHA274x card. Compile up a new kernel without the Ethernet driver, but
with the Dummy network driver, and it should work OK. It did for me.

> --

> Maurice-Lamontagne Institute, Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada
> P.O. Box 1000
> Mont-Joli Qc, G5H 3Z4 Canada      Tel: (418) 775-0852   FAX: (418) 775-0542

Hope this helps.

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Tony Mountifield            |  Software Insight Ltd.

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1. ahc0: brkadrint, Illegal Host Access at seqaddr 0x0

Well, i made a little progress, i think.  I went into kernal
config and on bloodyminded grounds disabled everything i found
there except for the floppy.  

The meaning of the display wasn't intuitively obvious -- i would
have supposed it to mean "if you have one of these devices
installed, then you may need to configure it by hand",  But as
nothing on the list reflected my system at all, i originally just
let it all alone.  That was, apparently, my main mistake, because
after i disabled everything, the install seemed prepared to go
forward without further complaint.  (I aborted it anyway since
i'm tight for low-order space on that disk and can't seem to
discover what the Absolute Minimum footprint is so that i can
shoehorn it in.)
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