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SubjectRe: firewire harddrive access causes system hang
On Thu, Apr 25, 2002 at 08:07:12PM -0400, Avi Shevin wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I have a Maxtor PCI IEEE1394 controller card with an ACOMData 60GB
> firewire drive attached to it. I can successfully mount the drive as
> /dev/sda1 after inserting the ieee1394 and scsi modules in the correct
> order. The problem is that accessing the disk too many times (?)
> causes the machine to hang. The last time it did this, I was copying
> the kernel source to it, as a test. It froze in mid screen refresh.

Best place for this is on the linux1394 mailing list.

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