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Bug 88048

Summary: Missing line in drivers/pci/pci.ids
Product: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1 Reporter: Glen A. Foster <glen.foster>
Component: pciutilsAssignee: Bill Nottingham <notting>
Status: CLOSED DEFERRED QA Contact: Ben Levenson <benl>
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Description Glen A. Foster 2003-04-04 21:26:58 UTC
Description of problem: Running "lspci" on my HP i2000 (Itanium-1, a "big sur" 
class system), I find a device that's unknown.  HP would really like to have 
this fixed since this is a core hardware device for this system.

The line:

04:14.1 Host bridge: Intel Corp.: Unknown device 84ea

... comes from missing this line:

84ea  460GX - 84460GX AGP Bridge (GXB function 1)

in "drivers/pci/pci.ids".  As verified on the e.25 kernel, that's the only 
obvious 460GX device ID they're missing.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
# rpm -q kernel pciutils
kernel-2.4.18-e.27
pciutils-2.1.8-26

How reproducible: 100% (always)

Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install on an HP i2000
2. Login as root
3. run "lspci | grep -i unknown"

Actual results:
# lspci | grep -i unknown
04:14.1 Host bridge: Intel Corp.: Unknown device 84ea

Expected results:
No "unknown" devices listed.

Comment 1 Glen A. Foster 2003-04-04 21:27:49 UTC
... if anaconda is wrong (probably is), please forward to whomever.  I started 
with anaconda, BTW, because it finds PCI devices just like lspci.

Comment 2 Bill Nottingham 2003-04-04 22:54:06 UTC
This does not affect functionality in any way.

Comment 3 Glen A. Foster 2003-04-04 22:57:39 UTC
Please re-consider.  It looks bad for HP customers to have anything reported by 
Red Hat Linux saying "I don't know what this hardware is".  It's a one-line 
patch and I've provided the information necessary.

Comment 4 Glen A. Foster 2003-04-04 23:00:20 UTC
... or at least mark it DEFERRED instead WONTFIX?

Comment 5 Bill Nottingham 2003-04-04 23:42:35 UTC
Deferred sounds ok... it should be fine in AS3.