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SubjectRe: 2.4.0, test10, test11: HPT366 problem
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In message <20001121061511.F2918@wire.cadcamlab.org>, Peter Samuelson writes:

> 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.

Yes.

When it comes to the partition detection during bootup, udma4 or udma3
doesn't seem to matter. It passes approx. one out of ten times either
way. When the system is up and running, using udma4 seem to hang the
system sooner or later. Udma3 on the other hand seem to be quite stable.

/Håkan
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