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SubjectRe: sata errors with Seagate 1.5TB on AMD 780G/SB700 motherboard
O> Anyway Seagate (inofficially) claims it's a driver issue in Linux - from

Well then perhaps they would care to share the information with us 8)

The HPA size reporting one is certinly Linux, the flush cache one I don't
think is. The fact Mac people report it and Seagate suggest workarounds
of the form of "don't use 33% of the disk" don't inspire confidence.

> "We already know about the Linux issue, it is indeed a kernel error
> causing the problem as it was explained to me by one of our developers."

Well if they'd care to explain it to linux-ide perhaps we can find a work
around. I would be cautious about disabling the write caching as it will
harm both performance and probably drive lifetime.


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