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SubjectRe: ide-scsi + /dev/dsp == solid lockup
On Sat, Oct 14, 2000 at 05:14:41PM -0400, Leigh Orf wrote:
> Can anyone help? I seem to be very close to finding a solution but not
> quite there yet.

If you can boot your system without hitting this problem (shouldn't be a
problem in your case...), you can also use the setpci tool to change these
values. That way, you don't have to patch your kernel. A simple script should
do the trick (see the following example). I tried it, it did not blow up my system. My box does fine without it, but this might help in your case.

Cheers//Frank

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#!/bin/sh
#
# tune_triton - turn off streaming and concurrency on Triton I chipset

triton_pci_id=8086:122d
triton_pcon=0x50
triton_bus_concurrency=$[1<<0]
triton_streaming=$[1<<1]
triton_peer_concurrency=$[1<<3]

# get current pcon value
pcon=$(setpci -d $triton_pci_id $triton_pcon)
# clear bits 0, 1 and 3
pcon=$[$pcon & (0xff ^ $triton_bus_concurrency + $triton_streaming + $triton_peer_concurrency)]
# write value back to device
setpci -d $triton_pci_id $triton_pcon=$pcon

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