On Wed, 2005-10-05 at 10:38 -0600, Roe Peterson wrote:
I hope this is the right list. Apologies in advance if not; anyway,
Probably better to file a bugzilla.
I've just recently installed FC4 "everything" on a Dell
Precision 650 w/
dual xeons CPUS. Everything worked perfectly running
After running a complete "yum update" - and going through a few
hoops to satisfy dependencies - kernel-2.6.13-1.1526_FC4smp was
Unfortunately, the new kernel simply doesn't see my scsi controller.
I've manually rebuilt the initrd for the kernel, and verified that the
necessary modules are included (scsi, mptbase, mptscsi, etc).
Before I start digging, I wonder if anyone has seen this yet; if so,
I'd really appreciate a pointer in the right direction. If not, a
pointer in the right direction would still be very nice :-)
I see the same thing on my HP xw9300 (viper). As another datapoint,
it's a PCI-X device. In older kernels, the PCI-X controller is the
second nVidia CK804 Memory Controller listed by "lspci", 01.0, and
normal pci is the first, 00.0. With current kernels the second
controller doesn't show up at all, nor do any of the devices underneath