In article <1993Feb4.firstname.lastname@example.org> I wrote:
>Subject: SunOS 4.1.3 panic: ialloc: dup alloc (in spite of NFS+UFS patches)
>System: SunOS 4.1.3
>Patches: 100173-09 (NFS jumbo), 100623-03 (UFS jumbo)
> and also the following (non OS):
> 100103-11, 100170-09, 100296-04
>cpu: sun 4/65
>disks: sd0 - Fuji-M2263S (650MB)
> sd1 - Fuji-M2654SA (2.4GB)
> sd2 - Fuji-M2654SA (2.4GB)
>Any attempt to copy into it results in the system panic: ialloc: dup alloc.
>Applying the said patches, making a new kernel and rebooting it did not
>help. I tried also cp from a filesystem on sd1; the same panic again.
>"fsck" on the freshly "newfs"ed filesystem is fine.
>The 2.4GB disks were recognized by the 4/65 (rom) only after they were
>configured (jumpered) to use SCSI type 1.
>Any idea what's going on?
Sorry for the _long_ delay of this summary, I've been away from work.
Thanks to Steve.Senator@central.sun.com (Steve Senator), who was the
only one to actually answer (there was one more message, a request for info).
However, it turned out that the disks PROM was at a bad version (8P).
Replacing it (to 10J) solved the problem. Fujitsu promptly answered
the local dealer, who was also prompt in replacing the PROMS.
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