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SubjectRe: Warn about taskfile?

Bartlomiej,

It is the port not the driver.
Proof is PIO read and writes work, and DMA reads work.
DMA writes is directly related the the SG construction, this was an issue
w/ ia64 w/ atapi and addon cards. In the end the given vendor determined
it was their problem (./arch/*) and not the driver.

-a

On Wed, 30 Jul 2003, Bartlomiej Zolnierkiewicz wrote:

>
> On Wed, 30 Jul 2003, Pavel Machek wrote:
>
> > Hi!
> >
> > I had some strange fs corruption, and andi suggested that it probably
> > is TASKFILE-related. Perhaps this is good idea?
>
> Idea is good.
>
> Did corruption go away after disabling taskfile?
> Taskfile was by default on for 2.5.72 and 2.5.73 and Andi's unexplained
> x86-64 + AMD8111 corruption was the only one reported to me / on lkml.
>
> dmesg and hdparm /dev/scratchdisk for a start, please.
>
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> Bartlomiej
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