Would the controller I have my drives on really cause that? Seems kind of
strange :)..

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On Mon, 28 Aug 2000, Greg Lehey wrote:

> [dropping -questions, this is a -CURRENT problem]
> On Sunday, 27 August 2000 at 22:28:34 -0400, Systems Administrator wrote:
> > I've been having a strange problem recently after installing a new
> > harddrive.. the harddrive works fine in other OS's, but in FreeBSD,
> > (seemingly after the HD install), the Monitor (CTX VL19") goes into
> > powersaving and you cant get it back without doing a cold reboot.. not
> > even a warm reboot will work.  I am not sure exactly what is happening
> > here, perhaps something borked? I have a Western Digital Caviar 45GB drive
> > running at UDMA33.
> Well, this isn't the monitor, of course.  Your system is probably
> dying a horrible death and not producing any video output.
> > ad0: 9671MB <WDC AC310100B> [19650/16/63] at ata0-master using UDMA33
> > ad1: 42934MB <WDC WD450AA-00BAA0> [87233/16/63] at ata0-slave using UDMA33
> > acd0: CD-RW <PLEXTOR CD-R PX-W8432T> at ata1-master using WDMA2
> > acd1: CDROM <FX001DE> at ata1-slave using PIO3
> > Mounting root from ufs:/dev/ad0s1a
> > WARNING: / was not properly dismounted
> Well, it's not a good idea to put both disks on the same controller
> anyway.  What happens if you put the disks on the primaries of each
> controller, and the CD-ROMS on the secondaries?  If that doesn't help,
> does the system at least work without the 45 GB drive?  Anyway, how
> far do you get in the book process?  Can you get into single user mode
> the way you are now?
> Greg
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