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    SubjectRe: hang on mount, 2.4.2-pre4, VIA
    On Tue, Feb 20, 2001 at 10:16:22AM -0800, Dan Christian wrote:

    > Hello,
    > I just tried upgrading to 2.4.2-pre4 from 2.4.1 and get a hang when
    > mounting the file systems. I have the same problem with 2.4.1-ac18.
    > The system is a single processor P3 and uses a VIA chipset (Tyan
    > something-or-other). DMA, multi-sector IO, and 32bit sync are enabled
    > using hdparm (just before the hang).

    Remove the hdparm command. It isn't needed.

    > There are two Ultra-66 drives
    > attached to one IDE channel and a CD-RW on a second IDE channel.
    > The distribution is RH7 with recent security patches and modutils
    > 2.4.2. The kernel was built with kgcc.
    > Has anybody else seen this?

    I assume these problems weren't present before?

    > I'm not on the list. Please CC me on any replies.

    What's your southbridge chip (lspci ...)? What are the drives (hdparm -i ...)?

    I can send you the VIA latest drivers if you are interested in trying
    whether they'll help.

    Vojtech Pavlik
    SuSE Labs
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