It seems Terry Lambert wrote: > "Søren Schmidt" wrote: > > > I didn't mean for the reset itself, I meant for the process. You > > > can't "take back" writes that are in progress and not acknowledged, > > > in order to retry them after the reset, so as to not lose data. > > > > Oh yes you can, the ATA driver does just that in case of the drive > > loosing its marbels. > > If it worked, people wouldn't be having this problem.
Hmm, since I havn't been able to get my hands on the problem (I've been running 3 systems here with tags all over since the first report, not a single hickup yet :( ) I can't tell whats going on, it might be that the drive somehow gets really confused I dont know, for now those having tags problems should just not enable it... > What's your theory on it? None so far, I've instrumented the code here, and I simply cannot see what should go wrong (yet). BUT recent current with the busdma'd ATA driver screws up with tags, fix is coming as soon as I get a few hours to commit it... -Søren To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message