On 07 Aug 2003 01:43:38 -0400, [email]Mannruwaterloo.ca[/email] wrote:
The warning is coming from the kernel when the latest version of LILO scans>I am using Lilo to boot from a SCSI drive.
>My setup is as follows:
> sda: scsi main drive,
> Boot from MBR (/dev/sda),
> swap in /dev/sda1
> single partition in /dev/sda2
> no other partitions or OS
> hda: cdrom, handled by ide-scsi emulation
> hdc: dvd/cdrom, also handled by ide-scsi emulation
> no other drives!
>Now when I run Lilo it seems to work, but gives me a strange warning message:
> ide-scsi: hda: unsupported command in request queue (0)
> end_request: I/O error, dev 03:00 (hda), sector 6
>This is funny since I don't refer to /dev/hda in my lilo.conf file. I don't
>even have any IDE drives.
>Here is my lilo.conf file:
> append="mem=1024M hda=ide-scsi hdc=ide-scsi"
>Supposedly the "bios=0x80" is telling Lilo to boot off the first drive, which
>is conveniently set by the motherboard BIOS. This works fine, but I
>am puzzled by the warning message. This did not occur with previous
the drives in /proc/partitions. LILO only pays attention to drives with
actual partitions, but I have seen complaints from a compact flash reader on
USB, emulated as a SCSI device. The error report from the kernel does no
I, too, would love to know how to get rid of them.
LILO version 22++ links at: