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Application runs well on 4m but not on 4u...

Hi All,

Exactly same OS (2.5.1) same pacthes but an application works well on 4m machine (Sparc20) but not on 4u machine (Ultra 1). Processor families are different Ultra's more recent one, I know that. Maybe some cpu specific compiler directives were used while compiling the application. Any idea welcomes..

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ESIOP(4)						   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 						  ESIOP(4)

NAME
esiop -- Enhanced Symbios Logic/NCR 53c8xx SCSI driver SYNOPSIS
esiop* at pci? dev ? function ? options SIOP_SYMLED scsibus* at esiop? DESCRIPTION
The esiop driver provides improved support over siop(4) for the Symbios Logic/NCR 53x8xx series of SCSI controller chips: - 53c825 and 53c825a (Fast-Wide SCSI) - 53c875 and 53c875j (Ultra-Wide SCSI) - 53c876 (Dual Ultra-Wide SCSI) - 53c885 (Ultra-Wide SCSI and Ethernet) - 53c895 (Ultra2-Wide SCSI) - 53c896 (PCI 64bit, dual Ultra2-Wide SCSI) - 53c1010-33 (PCI 64bit, dual Ultra160 SCSI) - 53c1510d (PCI 64bit, dual Ultra2-wide SCSI) Older adapters are supported by the siop(4) driver. The SIOP_SYMLED option causes the driver to report SCSI activity on the GPIO pin 1, which is connected to the activity LED on some adapters. At this time only the 53c895 based Symbios and Tekram adapters are known to require this. SEE ALSO
cd(4), ch(4), intro(4), pci(4), scsi(4), sd(4), siop(4), st(4), uk(4) HISTORY
The esiop driver first appeared in NetBSD 1.6. AUTHORS
The esiop driver was written by Manuel Bouyer <Manuel.Bouyer@lip6.fr> for NetBSD. BSD
April 23, 2002 BSD