Re: ata-lowlevel.c ate my slave disc

2003-09-25 Thread Soren Schmidt
It seems Peter Wemm wrote: Hi, I want to report a regression in ATAng. It's exactly same problem that Richard Nyberg reported on current@ 9 days ago. After updating to today -current, my system no longer see primary slave hard drive. It's one year old Seagate 80 GB hard drive.

ata-lowlevel.c ate my slave disc

2003-09-24 Thread Pav Lucistnik
Hi, I want to report a regression in ATAng. It's exactly same problem that Richard Nyberg reported on current@ 9 days ago. After updating to today -current, my system no longer see primary slave hard drive. It's one year old Seagate 80 GB hard drive. If I revert a 1.10 revision of ata-lowlevel.c

Re: ata-lowlevel.c ate my slave disc

2003-09-24 Thread Peter Wemm
Hi, I want to report a regression in ATAng. It's exactly same problem that Richard Nyberg reported on current@ 9 days ago. After updating to today -current, my system no longer see primary slave hard drive. It's one year old Seagate 80 GB hard drive. FWIW, I have the same problem on my

Re: ata-lowlevel.c ate my slave disc

2003-09-24 Thread Fred Souza
FWIW, I have the same problem on my amd64 boxes at home. It will not see the drive if its in slave mode. It too happens to be a seagate. If I revert a 1.10 revision of ata-lowlevel.c (#ifdef 0 a section of probing code), the disc is back and works absolutely fine. I'll try the same