I talked to SUN Service and got a mention of PATCH 105705-02. So far
the machine hasn't crashed. I reintalled the software and moved the PIC
card to another slot, however, the machine stop working that night.
With the patch it didn't crashed yerterday night. If the problem occurs
again... I am having a new card send to me from the Sun Reseller.
How old is your 10? I bought one of the first ones to come out
and I had
to get the CPU replaced. They (Sun) apparently had some
Those messages look strangely familiar except my 10 would boot
just as the boot finished. Good luck.
Michael J. Connolly
Engineering Systems Administrator
"Our OS which art in CPU-UNIX be thy name."
C&K Components, Inc.
Watertown, MA/Clayton, NC
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Microsoft is not the answer.
Microsoft is the question.
The answer is no.
The info I found on this: "the "PCI target abort" means the PCI
device attempted to DMA to an address which does not exist. This
is usually a driver error, though it might also be a faulty PCI
card. You should first swap PCI boards (not the motherboard).
the problem persists you'll have to contact the vendor of the
card, Sun or otherwise, as there may be a driver/hardware design
problem. The ultra-5 and ultra-10 have a PCI bus bridge on the
motherboard, which may introduce corner cases the designers had
Pam Skillman Sun Microsystems, Inc
System Support Engineer Enterprise Services
<pam.skillman@East.Sun.COM> 7900 Westpark Drive, Suite
McLean, VA 22102
(703) 208-5732, (703)
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