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SubjectRe: 2.4.21-ac4 Adaptec 1210SA lost interrupt , Seagate 120G
Hi.

Has there been any changes recently? I search with google for that patch
but could'nt find anything, maybe I missed something?
And how about 2.6 kernel + 1210sa + sata seagate 120G?


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Re: 2.4.21-ac4 Adaptec 1210SA lost interrupt , Seagate 120G
From: Hugo Mills (hugo-lkml@carfax.org.uk)
Date: Mon Jul 07 2003 - 17:44:01 EST

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On Tue, Jul 08, 2003 at 12:42:32AM +0300, Elmer wrote:
> Tried them on every imaginable way:
>
> 1. 2.4.21 + my own siimage slight patch, 2.4.21 + simage from ac4,
> pure 2.4.21-ac4
> 2. apic, noapic, localapic
> 3. uni,smp motherboards, 4 of them
> 4. modules, compiled in,
> 5. all of options from cards bios
>
> /proc/interrupts reports 0 interrupts for ide2,3 , whatever I do.
>
> after bootup, after attacking ide-disk driver, there are lost interrupts.
> it recognises disk as correct type, but no communication except:
>
> 1. under XP it works (but there was no linux at that mb)
> 2. hdparm lets change few flags under linux, but no -X succeeds
> 3. after waiting for minute those timeouts and booting up, then
> /proc/ide/ide2/hde/* reports sensible correct information
>
> I have the card for few more days, anything to try ?

I've tried this card with all of the hdparm options that I could
think of. I got no success either. However, Andre Hedrick claims[1] to
have got the SiI3112 and 3114 working in his tree (a couple of weeks
ago). He's testing it[2] before release.

Hugo.

[1] http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=linux-kernel&m=105622034606015&w=2

[2] I believe that one of the tests is whether he's got paid for the
work by the people who contracted him to do it, which is where I
suspect the real delay is.

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