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SubjectSOLVED: Re: SATA (Serial ATA) support in 2.4.x?
Erik Steffl wrote:
> Jeff Garzik wrote:
>> On Fri, Jul 25, 2003 at 11:50:16AM -0700, Erik Steffl wrote:
>>> I am specifically interested whether it should support disks above
>>> 137GB (as I have problems accessing anything above 137GB on 250GB
>>> SATA drive)
>> It should.
>> I will be testing this when I return from OLS, next week.

just in case anybody's searching the archives:

I got the following advice from Jeff Garzik and it worked (didn't do
much testing yet, but at least the whole disk is usable):

2.4.21-ac4 (vanilla plus ac4 patches)

create another vanilla tree with libata5 patches, then copy the
following files to ac4 tree: drivers/scsi/{ata_piix,libata}.c and

build with scsi ata support (make sure you have bios set so that sata
drives are seen as sata drives, not legacy ide drives, I only got
machines lockups in legacy mode). The disks should be visible as scis
disk (/dev/sd[a-z]).

libata5 patch:


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