thanks for getting back to me. Adding hint.ata.1.disabled="1" in
/boot/device.hints indeed did the trick and allowed me to boot both 10.1
and 11-CURRENT, however this workaround has temporary solved my problem
but brings up to another headache. I have planned to get a bay caddy and
swap the cdrom drive with a 7.200 rpm SATA hdd, but doing this way
disabling the second SATA channel I will be unable to achieve such a thing.
Is there a chance that the bay caddy ATA will work without the need to
disable the second ATA channel?
On 29/03/2015 11:27, Wolfgang Zenker wrote:
* bsdml <pietro.bs...@gmail.com> [150329 01:34]:
since I tried to install FreeBSD 10.1 on my recently purchased T40 I got
stuck at this annoying bootloop that says
"ATAPY_IDENTIFY. ACB: a1 00 00 00 00 40 00 00 00 etc etc.. CAM status:
Command timeout". I have also tried latest 11-CURRENT snapshot and it
did not make any difference at all, it is affected from the same exact
It seems like there might be an issue with the CAM ATA stack that is
clashing with the PATA controller on my T40.
I had the same problem on an ancient T42p. In my case, disabling the
second ata channel allowed me to boot.
I added the following line to /boot/device.hints:
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