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Subject2.6 test3-bk7 & -mm3 : HPT374 - cable missdetection, lock-ups
Hi

first test run of 2.6 on Epox 8k9a3+ VIA KT400 VT8235,
HPT374 and 4 IBM Deskstar GXP120 80Gb on each chanel as master
Mandrake-cooker gcc-3.3.1

the 3rd and the 4th chanel of the HPT374 are saying that the used cable
is 40 wires, so it forces the drives in UDMA33 which i think causes the lock-
ups several seconds after booting in runlevel 1

tried enabling "ignore word94 validation bits", didn't change anything

any hints ?


no dmesg or logs available because of the hard lock-ups

.configs from test3-bk7 & test3-mm3
cp -a /proc/ide & /sys
are at http://varna.demon.co.uk/~svetlio/2.6test3bk7/

svetljo

PS.

please CC me as i'm not subscribed to the list

/proc/ide/hpt366 2.4.22rc2
-------------------------
Controller: 0
Chipset: HPT374
--------------- Primary Channel --------------- Secondary Channel --------------
Enabled: yes yes
Cable: ATA-66 ATA-66

--------------- drive0 --------- drive1 ------- drive0 ---------- drive1 -------
DMA capable: yes no yes no
Mode: UDMA off UDMA off

Controller: 1
Chipset: HPT374
--------------- Primary Channel --------------- Secondary Channel --------------
Enabled: yes yes
Cable: ATA-66 ATA-66

--------------- drive0 --------- drive1 ------- drive0 ---------- drive1 -------
DMA capable: yes no yes no
Mode: UDMA off UDMA off


/proc/ide/hpt366 2.6 test3-bk7
----------------------------------

Controller: 0
Chipset: HPT374
--------------- Primary Channel --------------- Secondary Channel --------------
Enabled: yes yes
Cable: ATA-66 ATA-66

--------------- drive0 --------- drive1 ------- drive0 ---------- drive1 -------
DMA capable: yes no yes no
Mode: UDMA off UDMA off

Controller: 1
Chipset: HPT374
--------------- Primary Channel --------------- Secondary Channel --------------
Enabled: yes yes
Cable: ATA-33 ATA-33

--------------- drive0 --------- drive1 ------- drive0 ---------- drive1 -------
DMA capable: yes no yes no
Mode: UDMA off UDMA off





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