From: Andre Hedrick
To: john e weber
Subject: DO NOT USE IT (Re: linux-2.5.3-pre1 and IDE Driver Trouble) FATAL
Date: 16 Jan 2002 13:07:46 -0800
This is a problem that is bigger than simplely issueing a simple
setfeatures non-data-pio command. All of the PIO data-phases are broken.
Nothing works but DMA, and there is no reason it should fail.
Something has gone totally wrong between the 2.5.1 patch submitted to it
being applied for the creation of 2.5.3-pre1.
If the driver falls out of DMA, DEADBOX!!!!
There is a conflict of BIO and ACB and it is very fatal.
Therefore I will have to withdraw the patch and resubmit with the legacy
data-path added back so the kernel development can continue.
The only kernel in the development series known to work is 2.5.1.
However it appears that several people can not successfully use this
Until I can submit a new patch witch is a replacement, do not attempt
2.5.3-pre1 at all.
On Wed, 16 Jan 2002, john e weber wrote:
> linux-2.5.3-pre1 freezes when using hdparm.
> The exact command issued:
> /sbin/hdparm -m16 -d1 -c3 -A1 /dev/hda
> Specifically, it freezes when attempting to set multimode (hdparm -m16);
> all other options work fine.
> This doesn't seem to be a big problem, as I have my kernel configured to
> use multi-mode by default. So the kernel sets it to the right value (16)
> by default.
> It doesn't print any messages, so please let me know if there
> is anything else I should try.
> I keep forgetting to send all my system info with my emails, so:
> Linux 2.5.3-pre1
> GCC 2.96-98
> 128 MB RAM
> Pentium III, Intel 443BX System Chipset (Intel PIIX4 IDE Interface)
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