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SubjectRe: Hardware, IDE or ext3 problem?

> If you had reliable UDMA before and not now, e-mail me the details of your
> last known working kernel/kernel config.

Hmm.. my last kernel was a 2.2.17 and I remember of seeing
'*udma2' in the output of `hdparm -i`.. but I don't have the kernel config
file. :-( Does this mean I had UDMA??

> I was not expecting this. Isn't `hdparm -i` supposed to check the current dma
> mode with an asterisk? It evens checks the last used dma mode (at least
> here) when dma is turned off. Guess I shouldn't have `rm -rf`ed the hdparm
> source...

I thought the current dma mode was checked with an asterisk too..
`hdparm -i /dev/hdb` output shows:

[...]
DMA modes: sdma0 sdma1 sdma2 mdma0 mdma1 *mdma2
AdvancedPM=no

I'm confused.. Should I change my cables? Is there any risk to use
my drive?

-- Ulisses

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