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SubjectRe: hdparm -d 1 fail test9-pre8
On Mon, 2 Oct 2000, Jeff Garzik wrote:

I know that you are still pissed at me but do not do end runs around me.
That is not cool, and you do not know where things are going.

Heck, I keep changing my mind on stuff as I design it.

I would be more appreciative if you at least sent it to me since I am the
one that has to clean up issues that I do not get to see.

> On Mon, 2 Oct 2000, Mike Galbraith wrote:
> > In order for hdparm -d 1 to work in test9-pre8, I had to reverse
> > this change. (Without being able to enable dma, performance here
> > is muy el-stinko;-) Is enabling dma manually now forbidden? (or
> > am I maybe missing something else?)
>
> If this change broke your DMA enabling, I think there are other bugs
> lurking in the code...

No you disable the enable of the device and it kicked out to legacy mode.

> Can you provide a "diff -u " of dmesg, output, with, and without the
> change below?
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> Jeff
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