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SubjectRe: SATA issue's
Arvind Autar wrote:
> So, here I'm, trying to setup a box.
> I installed debian sarge with 2.4.25-1-386. It ran fine, but didn't
> work with my s-ata disk.
> I grabbed 2.6.8-rc2 and 2.6.8-rc1-mm1. Bot gave me the same results.
> My ata disk uses Amd74xx Adn the s-ata siimage/sata_sil . The amd74
> got compiled in as * because that's the disk where linux got
> installed. siimage/sata_sil got copmiled as a module, I needed the
> disk to mount my fat32 partition so I could get to mine music files. I
> booted both kernels both of them started to freeze after a while. So I
> started to look in the log files and found this: (see attachment)208K
> Unfortunately I don't have any debugging(?) info from the Amd74xx all
> I know is that it gives some error about kernel bug at
> drivers/ide/ide-10.c:112 and it makes my computer probably freeze. I
> even booted with: 'noirqdebug' but the results I got where
> SCSI subsystem initialized
> ACPI : PCI interrupt 0000:01:0b[A] -> GSI 11(level , low ) -> IRQ 11
> ata1 : SATA max UDMA / 100 cmd 0xE0B8E080 ctl 0xE0B8E08A bmdma 0xE0B8E000 irq 11
> ata2 : SATA max UDMA / 100 cmd 0xE0B8E0C0 ctl 0xE0B8E0CA bmdma 0xE0B8E008 irq 11
> and then there was a freeze
> I hope this problem gets solved soon.

Most likely you need to update your BIOS, or boot with "noapic", or boot
with "pci=noacpi", or similar.


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