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I saw that you filed a bug (bug 201). It's probably best to continue the discussion there. Can you post the code you used there? When you lose the crbif driver, the most rliable resoponse is a power cycle.
Ouch! I was praying there was an easier thing. I shall attach the code that I last ran there on the bug.
I am using one of the DataCenter systems, so I guess it will have to be done by the folks over there? I found posts and discussions about similar issues which needed to reinsert the driver and I don't have permissions to do that.
I am also unable to use sccGUI after running pstencil (standard program included in APPS folder of RCCE library). I have received a long stream of messages like that: ERROR: Timeout while waiting for DMA transfer to complete! Cancelling request... . I filled up an error 217 in Bugzilla. (MARC014).
All the Best
Unfortunately, the only way we know to deal with this issue is to retrain and reboot Linux. If we cannot retrain successfully, then we power cycle. If repeated powercycles do not work, we replace the SCC chip.
I put more information under bug 217.