Stuart J. Browne wrote:
The message comes from the driver "slha", which operates NCR / Symbios> On a Quad processor (PIII 550) machine running OSR505 (SCO:Unix::5.0.5Eb
> rs505a.Unix505.1.0a oss497c.Unix505.1.0a oss600a.Unix505
> OSS621A.505.SCO.Unix.RTS), I noticed this strange message show up in the
> messages file:
> CPU3: WARNING: istat=0A: LSS_PAR on ha=0 sist0=41 sist1=00 !!!!
> Odd message to be sure.
> The only thing I've been able to find that is even closely related is
> TA#110511, but this machine is not running SCO doctor (and 'sist0' is 01,
> not 41).
> Currently the machine appears to be stable with 250 users on it, but the
> external Ultrim tape drive is non responsive (arranging a reboot to fix
> I don't suppose anybody has any idea what would cause this message to pop
> up, and whether it is something to worry about?
Logic / LSI Logic 53c8xx HBAs. It looks like it means that there was a
parity error on the SCSI bus.
There's a Technical Article that talks about one instance of the
There are also many USENET threads on the subject (search
groups.google.com for "LSS_PAR") -- I didn't read them all to see if
someone had found a definitive answer.
Check [url]www.lsilogic.com[/url] for latest "slha" driver, probably much newer
than what you have. Umm. I ended up at
[url]http://support.megaraid.com/support/dloadcenter.html[/url], chose "SCSI ICs",
"LSI53C810", got to an offer of an OSR5 driver.