AMR(4)                  NetBSD Kernel Interfaces Manual                 AMR(4)

     amr -- AMI MegaRAID PCI-SCSI RAID driver

     amr* at pci? dev ? function ?
     scsibus* at amr?

     The amr driver provides support for LSI (formerly American Megatrends)
     MegaRAID Express, Elite and Enterprise family RAID controllers for SCSI
     and SATA, including models relabeled and sold by Dell, Hewlett-Packard,
     and Intel.  Supported controllers include:

     +   MegaRAID 320-1
     +   MegaRAID 320-2
     +   MegaRAID Series 418
     +   MegaRAID Enterprise 1200 (Series 428)
     +   MegaRAID Enterprise 1300 (Series 434)
     +   MegaRAID Enterprise 1400 (Series 438)
     +   MegaRAID Enterprise 1500 (Series 467)
     +   MegaRAID Enterprise 1600 (Series 471)
     +   MegaRAID Elite 1500 (Series 467)
     +   MegaRAID Elite 1600 (Series 493)
     +   MegaRAID Express 100 (Series 466WS)
     +   MegaRAID Express 200 (Series 466)
     +   MegaRAID Express 300 (Series 490)
     +   LSI MegaRAID SCSI 320-0X, 320-2X, 320-4X
     +   LSI MegaRAID SCSI 320-1E, 320-2E
     +   LSI MegaRAID SATA 300-6x, 300-8x
     +   Dell PERC
     +   Dell PERC 2/SC
     +   Dell PERC 2/DC
     +   Dell PERC 4/Di
     +   Dell PERC 4/SC
     +   Dell PERC 4e/Si
     +   HP NetRAID-1/Si
     +   HP NetRAID-3/Si
     +   HP Embedded NetRAID
     +   Intel SRCU42X
     +   Intel SRCU42E
     +   Intel SRMOBU42E
     +   Intel SRCS28X

   Driver initialisation/shutdown phase
     amr%d: memory window not available
     amr%d: I/O window not available

     The PCI BIOS did not allocate resources necessary for the correct opera-
     tion of the controller.  The driver cannot attach to this controller.

     amr%d: busmaster bit not set, enabling

     The PCI BIOS did not enable busmaster DMA, which is required for the cor-
     rect operation of the controller.  The driver has enabled this bit and
     initialisation will proceed.

     amr%d: can't allocate register window
     amr%d: can't allocate interrupt
     amr%d: can't set up interrupt
     amr%d: can't allocate parent DMA tag
     amr%d: can't allocate buffer DMA tag
     amr%d: can't allocate scatter/gather DMA tag
     amr%d: can't allocate s/g table
     amr%d: can't allocate mailbox tag
     amr%d: can't allocate mailbox memory

     A resource allocation error occurred while initialising the driver; ini-
     tialisation has failed and the driver will not attach to this controller.

     amr%d: can't obtain configuration data from controller
     amr%d: can't obtain product data from controller

     The driver was unable to obtain vital configuration data from the con-
     troller.  Initialisation has failed and the driver will not attach to
     this controller.

     amr%d: can't establish configuration hook
     amr%d: can't scan controller for drives

     The scan for logical drives managed by the controller failed.  No drives
     will be attached.

     amr%d: device_add_child failed
     amr%d: bus_generic_attach returned %d

     Creation of the logical drive instances failed; attachment of one or more
     logical drives may have been aborted.

     amr%d: flushing cache...

     The controller cache is being flushed prior to shutdown or detach.

   Operational diagnostics
     amr%d: I/O beyond end of unit (%u,%d > %u)

     A partitioning error or disk corruption has caused an I/O request beyond
     the end of the logical drive.  This may also occur if FlexRAID Virtual
     Sizing is enabled and an I/O operation is attempted on a portion of the
     virtual drive beyond the actual capacity available.

     amr%d: polled command timeout

     An initialisation command timed out.  The initialisation process may fail
     as a result.

     amr%d: bad slot %d completed

     The controller reported completion of a command that the driver did not
     issue.  This may result in data corruption, and suggests a hardware or
     firmware problem with the system or controller.

     amr%d: I/O error - %x

     An I/O error has occurred.

     cd(4), ch(4), intro(4), pci(4), scsi(4), sd(4), st(4), amrctl(8)

NetBSD 5.0_RC4                   July 23, 2006                  NetBSD 5.0_RC4

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