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SubjectRe: DMA and my Maxtor drive
On Sat, 21 Oct 2000, Dennis wrote:

> The same thing happens with big Seagates. It is linux specific. its been a
> problem for a long time.

Really,

It is nice to almost never get reports like this.

>Oct 20 15:39:07 cr753963-a kernel: hdb: timeout waiting for DMA
>Oct 20 15:39:07 cr753963-a kernel: hdb: irq timeout: status=0x6e {
>DriveReady DeviceFault DataRequest CorrectedError Index }
>ide0: reset: success
>Oct 20 15:39:07 cr753963-a kernel: hdb: DMA disabled
>Oct 20 15:39:07 cr753963-a kernel: ide0: reset: success

This is the first time an error of this type as every been reported to me.
Specifically "status=0x6e".

Was for the other OS like M$, if I reset the bus everytime Linux in
countered an error, I could be as slow and clunky as they are.

Second the drive in question is an OLD!
That drive has been out of warrenty for at least 2 years.
So we are talking about a drive that is possiblely 5 years old that is
spec. to live only 3 years. The final doc rev on that drive that I can get
is 3/24/96 rev E.


Andre Hedrick
The Linux ATA/IDE guy



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