Summary of Problem Reports Assigned to "port-sgimips-maintainer"

Automatically generated on 19 Aug 2018 17:00:01 GMT

Severity
Categorycriticalseriousnon-criticalDescription
port-sgimips855NetBSD/sgimips bugs

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Category: port-sgimips

Severity: critical

port-sgimips/46417
[open high priority sw-bug] NetBSD 5.1.2 netbsd-INSTALL32_IP2x panics on SGI Challenge S
port-sgimips/46958
[open high priority sw-bug] sgimips ip32: hard drive parameters incorrect (way too small - no room to install)
port-sgimips/53378
[open high priority sw-bug] Unable to Load RAMDISK kernel newer than NetBSD 6.1.5 on Sgi Indy.
port-sgimips/53518
[open high priority sw-bug] netbsd-INSTALL32_IP2x.ecoff is broken since NetBSD-4.0.1.
port-sgimips/53519
[open high priority sw-bug] aoutboot is broken since old NetBSD release.
port-sgimips/53520
[open high priority sw-bug] delay(9) is ineffective in early initialization phase sgimips kernel.
port-sgimips/53521
[open high priority sw-bug] Failed to build disable DDB kernel on sgimips.
port-sgimips/53522
[open high priority sw-bug] wdsc WD33C93 SCSI chip driver is not configured on SGI HPC1.5 (Indigo R3000 Indigo R4000) machine

Severity: serious

port-sgimips/32401
[open medium priority change-request] NetBSD 3.0 sgimips does not support QED RM7000C CPU
port-sgimips/41938
[open medium priority sw-bug] sysinst does not set firmware variable on sgimips
port-sgimips/47639
[open medium priority sw-bug] O2 keyboard: After a period of light activity, keyboard scrambles
port-sgimips/47640
[open medium priority sw-bug] System will lock up to keyboard/console and network sessions. Machine is on, console is on. Does not ping.
port-sgimips/50706
[open low priority sw-bug] 7.0 INSTALL-kernel too big to be loaded with bootp(): on Indy IP24

Severity: non-critical

port-sgimips/21293
[open medium priority sw-bug] boot partition too full, cannot install
port-sgimips/36158
[open medium priority sw-bug] NetBSD/sgimips does not properly detect the total amount of physical memory in an IP32 (O2) machine
port-sgimips/53539
[open medium priority support] irisboot (I named) Yet another sgimips bootloader
port-sgimips/46311
[open low priority sw-bug] sys/arch/sgimips/dev/imc.c refers to uninitialized mach_boardrev variable
port-sgimips/46312
[open low priority sw-bug] sgimips port will only report up to 128MB of physical memory on IP20, and up to 256MB on IP22

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