ses driver failed to load.

From: NetComrade (netcomrade_at_bookexchange.net)
Date: 05/19/04

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    Date: Wed, 19 May 2004 13:54:06 -0400 (EDT)
    To: sunmanagers@sunmanagers.org
    
    

    Gurus,

    In my neverending struggle to make luxadm see A5200, I've started digging
    a bit deeper. Apparently ses driver is required for seeing an A5200,
    however it doesn't load.

    this are the drivers that are loaded that I think might be needed:
    e450:
    bash-2.02# modinfo|egrep -i 'socal|pci|ssd|sf|ses|ifp|scsi'
     20 101f7660 8902 - 1 scsi (SCSI Bus Utility Routines)
     24 780b8000 f315 61 1 esp (ESP SCSI HBA Driver v1.264)
     25 10222d6c 16c45 102 1 isp (ISP SCSI HBA Driver 1.198)
     26 1022bfbc 18f3 115 1 pci_pci (Standard PCI to PCI bridge nexu)
     27 1022cff0 be62 111 1 pci (PCI Bus nexus driver)
     29 102429e4 da6d 50 1 glm (GLM SCSI HBA Driver 1.140.)
     37 102abe44 17180 32 1 sd (SCSI Disk Driver 1.314)

    compared to e4500 that has a5200's attached (w/ working luxadm)

     21 1025e888 16e88 32 1 sd (SCSI Disk Driver 1.310)
     22 10273580 8902 - 1 scsi (SCSI Bus Utility Routines)
     25 1028e928 ca2d 6 1 fas (FAS SCSI HBA Driver v1.163)
     30 102a9d24 ffe8 118 1 ssd (SCSI SSA/FCAL Disk Driver 1.126)
     35 102d73ac b2b9 113 1 sf (FC-AL FCP Nexus Driver)
     36 102e12d4 58b1c 112 1 socal (SOC+ FC-AL Host Adapter Driver)
     66 78266000 7689 18 1 ses (SCSI Enclosure Services Driver)

    Now, the e4500 is attached to a5200 via HBA cards, and I think sf/socal
    drivers are needed for that. E450 is attached via a PCI QLA2200F card.

    Question is, do I need ses driver with a PCI card?
    Is there are a driver dependency tree somewhere on Sun site?
    Are there are detailed descriptions of drivers somewhere?
    Any hints on how to figure out why the driver is not loading, if it's
    needed?

    Are any of the following failed to load drivers needed?
    scsi seem to have loaded, why is it complaining?
    May 18 17:45:01 sydney unix: WARNING: forceload of drv/ses failed
    May 18 17:45:01 sydney unix: WARNING: forceload of drv/scsi failed
    May 18 17:45:02 sydney unix: WARNING: forceload of drv/ssd failed
    May 18 17:45:02 sydney unix: WARNING: forceload of drv/sf failed
    May 18 17:45:02 sydney unix: WARNING: forceload of drv/soc failed
    May 18 17:45:02 sydney unix: WARNING: forceload of drv/socal failed

    Thanks.
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