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SubjectMSI6321 + PDC20265 + reiserfs + IBM deskstar => kernel BUG
Running kernel 2.4.4 w/Jeff Garzik's via-apic patch, using
reiserfs on a IBM Deskstar on the PDC20265 of a MSI-6321, some
weird shtuff starts happening.

# mount /dev/hde /mnt
reiserfs: checking transaction log (device 21:00) ...
hde: timeout waiting for DMA
ide_dmaproc: chipset supported ide_dma_timeout func only: 14
hde: irq timeout: status=0x80 { Busy }
hde: DMA disabled
ide2: reset: success
reiserfs: replayed 12 transactions in 44 seconds
Using r5 hash to sort names
ReiserFS version 3.6.25

cool!

Now the fun starts: if I start creating a lot of files, I'll
never get to the 1000th, getting the BUG! that follows (the
farthest I've got is B/J/W, i.e. file # 933. Doing a dd instead
of just touching the file is worse). The drive never recovers; I
need to power down the box (a hard reset still leaves it making
these grunging noises).

I attach: the dewhatsitized oops, lspci -vvvxx, hdparm -i
/dev/hde, cat /proc/ide/pdc202xx (but before mounting hde), and
anything else I can think of before hitting y.

Holler if you need anything else.

--
John Lenton (john@grulic.org.ar) -- Random fortune:
O mangi la minestra, o minimizzi la finestra.
-- Andrea `Zuse' Balestrero, "Matemastica e Deformatica"
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