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SubjectRe: 2.4.0, test10, test11: HPT366 problem
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[hakanl@cdt.luth.se]
> > Udma3 seem to be rock solid though as long as it manages to pass
> > the partition detection during boot up.

[David Woodhouse]
> If it falls over at udma3, perhaps we should blacklist it all the way
> down to udma2?

The way I understood Hakan was: "it boots in udma4, and if it gets all
the way to userland I immediately hdparm it down to udma3, and then it
works fine".

Hakan, is this what you meant? If so, forcing it <= udma3 should be ok.

Peter
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