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    SubjectRe: Anyone use HPT366 + UDMA in Linux?
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    On Fri, Nov 15, 2002 at 12:35:41PM +0000, Ian Chilton wrote:
    > Hello,
    >
    > I am interested in anyone that has this sucessfully working - if you
    > have maybe you can drop me a mail telling me how you did it :)

    I am using an IBM-DTLA-307030 with HPT366 for almost 2 years with
    many kernels in 2.4 and 2.5 series without problems after limiting
    transfer rate to udma3 (44MB/s) in the HPT bios. You can also do it with
    hdparm if your boot disk is not on that controler. Trying udma4 resulted
    in _massive_ corruption (never tried recently). Of course, I enabled
    HPT366 support in kernel configuration. Hdparm gives 35 MM/sec.
    This is on an Abit BP6. Hope it helps.

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