Earlier I wrote:
>I've just failed at setting up a 4/110 diskless client under
>Solaris 2.1. The system gets booted, but generates an endless
>stream of the following message:
>Warning level 4 iobus interrupt not serviced
>These go on indefinitely and the boot never gets completed.
>The tftpboot process works properly, and the system finds its
>kernel (on a Space 10 clone). This message began right after
>a "configuring devices" message appeared.
email@example.com (Daniel Trinkle)
David.Miner@East.Sun.COM (Dave Miner - ...sometimes you're the bug)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Matthew Donaldson)
email@example.com (Stewart Castaldi)
There were two suggestions, both of which were required to make
the system boot:
o Power-cycle the system; and
o use 'b -r' at the prom prompt
The system did boot, but I'm not sure it was worth the trouble.
Even with 20MB RAM, the machine is so slow as to be virtually
unusable--especially in OpenWindows. I suspect I'll punt and go
back to 4.1.x.
-- Tim Evans | E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. firstname.lastname@example.org | Experimental Station (302) 695-9353/7395 | P.O. Box 80357 EVANSTK AT A1 AT ESVAX | Wilmington, Delaware 19880-0357
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