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SubjectRe: 2.4.0-test2-ac2 FAT oops
On Sun, 2 Jul 2000, Andre Hedrick wrote:


> This is a bad skew in the timing between the drive, cable, host.


> I forgot the hardware you have but if it has a hwif->speedproc then we are

Abit BP6 + IBM-DPTA-353750 (Abit provided ATA/66 connector cable).

> in good shape for it to auto down-grade the transfer to a stable point
> were the iCRC errors stop.

The kernel warning messages won't stop until the banging(*) stops.

(*) "hdparm -T -t" or anything I/O sensitive with a read/write buffer
below 1 MB/or so (I don't know what the exact figure is, but it is

> What do you mean that it will not run for a long period of time?
> DeadLock?

No, just that I can't run the kernel in question because my network
modules won't compile. I'm sorry if I misslead you.

BTW, Mark Hahn had some interesting H/W points (from a private E-mail) I
have to check before I file my next failure report to you/l-k (I don't
have access to the H/W in question right now, but I will test it later
in the week).


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