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SubjectRe: [RFC] IDE 80-core cable detect - chipset-specific code to over-ride eighty_ninty_three()
On Tuesday 10 of February 2004 01:10, Bartlomiej Zolnierkiewicz wrote:
> On Sunday 08 of February 2004 08:31, Willy Tarreau wrote:
> > On Sun, Feb 08, 2004 at 11:45:18AM +1100, Athol Mullen wrote:
> > > Before I modified eighty_ninty_three(), it returning 0 caused the
> > > _indicated_ mode to drop to UDMA33. Check in /proc/ide/piix to see
> > > what mode the driver tells you. IIRC (could be wrong), dmesg and
> > > hdparm both believe it to be in UDMA33 while the init code and
> > > /proc/ide/piix both showed it as UDMA5.
> So host recognizes 80-wires cable correctly, but drive doesn't.
> eighty_ninty_three() is for checking _drive_ side.

It is for both host and drive sides.
I should have read my mail before hitting SEND button. ;-)

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