Re: HPT366 and FreeBSD-CURRENT ?

1999-11-10 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Alexandr Listopad wrote: Hello! What about subj? Did FreeBSD support HPT366 in the CURRENT??? Yes it does. And if "yes" then what shall I do for it??? Use the ata driver. If I boot from floppies - then error and reboot after 15sec, and don't find this drive on IDE... what

Re: NewATA on ISA and PCI

1999-01-17 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Maxim Sobolev wrote: Sheldon Hearn wrote: On Fri, 19 Nov 1999 01:16:55 +0200, Maxim Sobolev wrote: Does anybody can explain why kernel with NewATA driver booted on machine with ISA based IDE adapter trying to mount wd* as root f/s, while exactly *the same* kernel booted

Re: Headsup! KSE Nay-sayers speak up!

2001-08-27 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Julian Elischer wrote: I am ready to do my megga-commit to add the first stage of KSE-threading support to the kernel. If there is any argument as to the wisdom of this move, then this is the time to speak up! At this stage a commit would break alpha and ia64 until they are

Re: Kernel builds failing

2001-09-01 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: For the last two days, my kernel builds have been failing with: linking kernel.debug ata-all.o: In function `ataioctl': /usr/src/sys/dev/ata/ata-all.c(.text+0x791): undefined reference to `atapi_queue _cmd' *** Error code 1 I'm looking

current (ACPI) fails on Dell Latitude ...

2001-09-04 Thread Søren Schmidt
It craps out with: ACPI-0170: *** Error: AcpiLoadTables: Could not get RSDP, AE_NO_ACPI_TABLES ACPI-0222: *** Error: AcpiLoadTables: Could not load tables: AE_NO_ACPI_TABLES ACPI: table load failed: AE_NO_ACPI_TABLES Needless to say, -current is now unusable on this latitude CPi since suspend

Re: ACPI: HEADS UP (ACPI CA update)

2001-09-07 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Mike Smith wrote: Outstanding issues: - The ACPI timecounter does not work on some ALi chipsets. - ACPI mode results in some PCI devices not being configured by the BIOS. Power off on some VIA based boards (Epox8kta3 etc) doesn't work (reboot). Suspend on some VIA based

HEADS UP! DAO mode added to burncd/ATA driver...

2001-09-10 Thread Søren Schmidt
Due to new ioctl's and a rearrange of the old ones make sure that burncd kernel is in sync or wierd things can happen. -Søren To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: can't write CD-Rs with or without new DAO mode

2001-09-13 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Brian Fundakowski Feldman wrote: After updating my system I can't burn CD-Rs successfully. Can anyone else? What happens is pretty simple: {/home/green/toxicity}$ burncd -s 8 -d audio /dev/null $(ls | trackclassify burncd: ioctl(CDRIOCINITWRITER): Input/output error acd0:

Re: can't write CD-Rs with or without new DAO mode

2001-09-15 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Brian F. Feldman wrote: OK, try this patch (kernel burncd need both to be remade) I don't know... I got a page fault during an attempt to burncd and it seems there are no messages in dmesg but acd0's softc was freed. I can't test any more because my CD-RW doesn't probe on boot

Re: can't write CD-Rs with or without new DAO mode

2001-09-15 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Brian F. Feldman wrote: Søren Schmidt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It seems Brian Fundakowski Feldman wrote: After updating my system I can't burn CD-Rs successfully. Can anyone else? What happens is pretty simple: {/home/green/toxicity}$ burncd -s 8 -d audio /dev/null

Re: Some CDIO ioctl's are broken

2001-10-01 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Maxim Sobolev wrote: Hi Soren, It seems that after a commit to reduce stack usage in ata driver some CDIO ioctl's stopped working. Particularly, CDIOCREADSUBCHANNEL now returns an 'Invalid argument'. This could be verified by executing `cdcontrol stat'. Uhm: sos cdcontrol -f acd0

HEADS UP kernel burncd change..

2001-10-01 Thread Søren Schmidt
Kernel and burncd must be in sync again, a make kernel followed by a make world should do it. -Søren To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: ACPI and APM interoperability?

2001-10-01 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Scott Long wrote: On Mon, Oct 01, 2001 at 10:50:17AM +0200, Georg-W. Koltermann wrote: I also was able to suspend and resume my machine (DELL Inspiron 7500) with APM being configured (and ACPI being active by default). Sound is dead after a resume, What sound card? PCMCIA

Re: panic: inthand_add: Can't initialize ICU

2001-09-27 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems John Baldwin wrote: I found that I am no longer able to boot -current kernel on my machine. The system panices right after initialising ed0 driver: [...] ed0: NE2000 PCI Ethernet (RealTek 8029) port 0xe800-0xe81f irq 9 at device 9.0 on pci0 panic: inthand_add: can't

Re: S.M.A.R.T.?

2001-10-05 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Matthew Jacob wrote: I have experimented a bit with it for ATA disks, and have some very rough code to deal with simple SMART commands, but nothing official yet. However it is on my TODO list for items to support in the not too distant future, its more a question of me having time to

HEADSUP ATA support for newer SiS chipsets added

2001-12-02 Thread Søren Schmidt
Well, I finally got to it, please report back to me if this works for you on newer SiS chipsets, especially: SiS 630, 633, 635, 730, 733 and 735 Also, support for the older: SiS 530, 540 and 620 Should be in place now. Anyhow If you have one of the above, please test with a new -current,

Re: HEADSUP ATA support for newer SiS chipsets added

2001-12-03 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Greg Lehey wrote: for n in 1 2 3 4 5 do dd if=/dev/adX of=/dev/null bs=512K count=1 Don't you mean dd if=/dev/ad$n of=/dev/null bs=512K count=1 ? No, I mean it exactly as written (X is the number of the disk to test). -Søren To Unsubscribe: send mail to

Re: HEADSUP ATA support for newer SiS chipsets added

2001-12-03 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Miklos Niedermayer wrote: On Mon, Dec 03, 2001 at 09:28:26AM +0100, S_ren Schmidt wrote: No, I mean it exactly as written (X is the number of the disk to test). Ah, you mean just do it 5 times? Yeps, the idea here is that I want the drive to cache the data, so that I

Re: HEADSUP ATA support for newer SiS chipsets added

2001-12-03 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Miklos Niedermayer wrote: I think they are idle (looking at vmstat -i), but i can't be sure. However i have 2 machines here with VIA 82C596 chipset... atapci0: VIA 82C596 ATA66 controller port 0xd800-0xd80f at device 4.1 on pci0 ata0: at 0x1f0 irq 14 on atapci0 ad0: 28629MB

Re: HEADSUP ATA support for newer SiS chipsets added

2001-12-03 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems nuzrin yaapar wrote: Hmm, yes that looks somewhat on the low side... Well, two things, the older VIA chips are not the best performers, but I still think it should be better than that, I'll run some tests here, I might have messed up something... Are we talking -current or

Re: HEADSUP ATA support for newer SiS chipsets added

2001-12-03 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Matthew Dillon wrote: :Hmm, I've just played around a bit, it seems we are hit by interrupt :latency or something, if you limit the transfer to 128k, which allows :the ATA controller to fetch it in one go, you will see the expected :transfer rates. Now I dont see this on PCI based

HEADSUP!! kernel burncd must be in sync again.

2001-12-04 Thread Søren Schmidt
I've just added VCD/SVCD support and that needs the kernel and burncd to be in sync. -Søren To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: IBM DTLA drives (was: Re: Dangerously dedicated yet again (was:cvs commit: src/sys/kern subr_diskmbr.c) )

2001-12-09 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Peter Wemm wrote: Yes there are two problems. The physical failure problem seems to be mostly restricted to the 75GXP. However the electronics/bandwidth/ density/whatever-it-is problem is uniform across the entire DTLA line. We stopped using 75GXP's at work a while back, but we

Re: Another tweak to burncd msinfo

2002-01-05 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Stephen McKay wrote: Now that burncd msinfo returns the correct values I noticed another small problem: it displays the result on stderr instead of stdout. Hmm, that was intentional... Since very few people (nobody?) would be using this option yet because of the previous problem,

Re: Another tweak to burncd msinfo

2002-01-05 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Stephen McKay wrote: Are these changes intended for 4.5? I'm hoping the small change I proposed would be accepted into 4.5, before anybody starts using burncd msinfo in practice. I think this is sensible, even if a much improved burncd is scheduled for 4.6. You should ask

Re: Another tweak to burncd msinfo

2002-01-05 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Søren Schmidt wrote: It seems Stephen McKay wrote: Are these changes intended for 4.5? I'm hoping the small change I proposed would be accepted into 4.5, before anybody starts using burncd msinfo in practice. I think this is sensible, even if a much improved burncd

Re: 48bit ATA addressing problems / Promise TX2 ata133 problem?

2002-01-21 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Mike Brancato wrote: I'm running -current and have a Maxtor 160GB hdd hooked to the promise ata133 card that came with it it will flake out for no apparent reason. any clues? maybe bad hardware? anyone else getting these? ad4: READ command timeout tag=0 serv=0 - resetting

HEADS UP! ATA subsystem has changed..

2002-02-04 Thread Søren Schmidt
In order to make some real progress on the ATA RAID support code I've also made some rather trivial but many changes all over the ATA subsystem, so if behavior changes on ordinary system I'd like to know... In short - you have been warned ... -Søren To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

Re: Promise/ATA-Raid making panic in -CURRENT?

2002-02-05 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Tom Servo wrote: Hi! I checked and compiled the recent -CURRENT tree, buildworld and buildkernel goes all fine. When booting it seems to crash on initialization of my Promise controller and get bad ivar request (4). I stripped all possible drivers out of the kernelconfig,

Re: Promise/ATA-Raid making panic in -CURRENT?

2002-02-07 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Tom Servo wrote: The bad ivar request (4) message does *not*?come from the ATA driver, you must have something else that is ruining your day... Does it boot if you take out the promise board ? I was in a hurry yesterday and let the kernel compile w/o the ata driver while

Re: Promise/ATA-Raid making panic in -CURRENT?

2002-02-07 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Tom Servo wrote: Hmm, I need alot more info the, board chipset, what exact Promise controller etc etc, and of cause the usual dmesg Here's the box: Asus CUV4X-D mainboard, VIA 694X, dual-capable 2x P3-933, 768MB PC133 RAM in 3 DIMM(s) Two IBM IC35L 60.1GB disks on first

Re: Promise/ATA-Raid making panic in -CURRENT?

2002-02-08 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Tom Servo wrote: I finally pulled the Promise out and it boots. Since I need it for some Windows apps on the same box I put it back in and commented some lines in ata driver regarding the detection of Promise Fasttrak controllers and it boots now w/o detecting it. This is strange,

Re: Support for atapi cdrw as scsi in -current?

2002-02-09 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Gerhard Sittig wrote: On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 12:38 +0100, Søren Schmidt wrote: [ snipped ATAPI - SCSI conversion ] Doesn't burncd work for you on -current ? Well, since you asked about it ... :) I asked for *problems* not cosmetic issues :) The bug (talking about a few

Re: Promise/ATA-Raid making panic in -CURRENT?

2002-02-11 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Tom Servo wrote: The bad ivar request (4) message does *not*?come from the ATA driver, you must have something else that is ruining your day... Does it boot if you take out the promise board ? I was in a hurry yesterday and let the kernel compile w/o the ata driver while

Re: Promise/ATA-Raid making panic in -CURRENT?

2002-02-11 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Tom Servo wrote: I finally pulled the Promise out and it boots. Since I need it for some Windows apps on the same box I put it back in and commented some lines in ata driver regarding the detection of Promise Fasttrak controllers and it boots now w/o detecting it. This is strange,

Re: Support for atapi cdrw as scsi in -current?

2002-02-11 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Gerhard Sittig wrote: On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 12:38 +0100, Søren Schmidt wrote: [ snipped ATAPI - SCSI conversion ] Doesn't burncd work for you on -current ? Well, since you asked about it ... :) I asked for *problems* not cosmetic issues :) The bug (talking about a few

Re: Syscons mouse char range redefine proposal

2001-04-19 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Andrey A. Chernov wrote: Currently SC_MOUSE_CHAR occupes 0xd0-0xd4 range which produce conflict with several languages code tables. I plan to redefine it by default to 0x03-0x07 leaving possibility to redefine it to any range as currently present. This way minimizes arcane

Re: evil ATA

2001-05-16 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Brian F. Feldman wrote: Welp, this is the n-dozenth time that the ATA driver has wedged large parts of my entire system because it feels it needs to reset my CD-R when I'm trying to start burning a CD. I get the good old acd0: WRITE_BIG command timeout - resetting ata3:

Re: HEADS UP ata ioctls changed

2001-05-17 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Which ports break? There are no other consumers (AFAIK) than atacontrol (yet) -Søren To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Request for CDR/CDRW drives working status

2001-05-18 Thread Søren Schmidt
I've decided to do a quick poll on which CDR/CDRW drives people have that either work or doesn't work. I'll collect all the info and make a web page that will show which drives are supported, and which are not, and hopefully this will help me find a solution that works for all. Please send a

Supported ATAPI cdr/cdrw drives

2001-05-28 Thread Søren Schmidt
As promised I've made up a list of reports I've received so far go to http://freebsd.dk/ and follow the link. I also have a patch for the Yamaha's (yamaha-cdr.p1) which also can be found via the above URL. Let me know if that make things work... -Søren To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

Re: UDMA interfering with install

2001-06-14 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Terry Lambert wrote: Jonathan Smith wrote: That's good enough. :) Thanks Maybe _that_ will keep that ata code from over-riding the bios to disable dma (or maybe the bios just wasn't doing it's job right ;) This won't work. Someone was having the same problem the

Re: UDMA interfering with install

2001-06-14 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Terry Lambert wrote: Søren Schmidt wrote: This won't work. Someone was having the same problem the other day, and I suggested the same soloution, but after probe, the damn driver enabled UDMA at attach time anyway. Just set hw.ata.ata_dma=0 in /boot/loader.conf

Re: More ATA disks with tagged queueing ?

2001-06-21 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: After applaying the next patch I can now see in dmesg output: ad4: 19574MB IBM-DPTA-372050 [39770/16/63] at ata2-master tagged UDMA66 ad6: 19623MB IC35L020AVER07-0 [39870/16/63] at ata3-master tagged UDMA66 .

Re: More ATA disks with tagged queueing ?

2001-06-21 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Nickolay N. Dudorov wrote: The diskid (IC...) has me somewhat stumped though, I would have thougt the used something like all other IBM disks. Is this a genuine IBM disk or is it some kind of OEM/rebadged device ? Yes, this IS genuine IBM disk. See:

PCM sound problems in -current ??

2001-06-21 Thread Søren Schmidt
I'm having problems with both an internal VIA'686 and a PCI base ESS Solo1, both seem to loose interrupts. The interrupts doesn't even show up in a vmstat -i / systat so something is definitly wrong. BTW the exact same HW work just fine with -stable ? Cameron ? anyone ? -Søren To Unsubscribe:

Re: PCM sound problems in -current ??

2001-06-21 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Cameron Grant wrote: I'm having problems with both an internal VIA'686 and a PCI base ESS Solo1, both seem to loose interrupts. The interrupts doesn't even show up in a vmstat -i / systat so something is definitly wrong. BTW the exact same HW work just fine with -stable ?

Re: Problems with ata probing twice.

2001-06-22 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Makoto MATSUSHITA wrote: % atacontrol info 0 Master: ad0 IBM-DJSA-220/JS4OAC3A ATA/ATAPI rev 5 Slave: no device present % atacontrol info 1 Master: no device present Slave: no device present % atacontrol info 2 % Hmm, ata driver says there are two buses.

current kernel compile broken...

2001-06-22 Thread Søren Schmidt
sos make In current as of 5 mins ago: cc -c -O -pipe -Wall -Wredundant-decls -Wnested-externs -Wstrict-prototypes -Wmissing-prototypes -Wpointer-arith -Winline -Wcast-qual -fformat-extensions -ansi -g -nostdinc -I- -I. -I../.. -I../../dev -I../../contrib/dev/acpica

Re: Problems with ata probing twice.

2001-06-22 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Makoto MATSUSHITA wrote: sos Thats because of the runtime attach/detach code in current, if the sos channel HW is there, its attached so you can add a device later sos with atacontrol without having to boot. In -stable the channel is sos not attached if no devices are present at

Re: Supported ATAPI cdr/cdrw drives

2001-06-23 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Gerhard Sittig wrote: On Sat, Jun 23, 2001 at 11:25 +0100, Matthew Frost wrote: On Tue, May 29, 2001 at 10:12:35AM -0500, Ken Wills wrote: This patch (well, yamaha-cdr.p2), allows my Yamaha 2100E to fixate disks now! Thanks Soren and others! Yes. It's fixed it for our

Re: Diagnosing a ata detection problem

2001-07-12 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Benjamin Close wrote: Hi All, FreeBSD -current hasn't correctly detected the CDROM drive in my laptop for some time now. I've traced the problem down to the drive returning an invalid ATAPI_LSB_MAGIC and ATAPI_MSB_MAGIC which is checked at line 704 in dev/ata/ata-all.c It

Re: Is there a way to power-down IDE HDD?

2001-07-10 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Maxim Sobolev wrote: [ Charset KOI8-R unsupported, converting... ] Hi, Is there a way to forcefully power-down one of the IDE HDD drives attached to the system? On my primary workstation I have two - one for FreeBSD and second for W2K, so it would be nice to suspend one that is

Re: ATA disks problem in -CURRENT

2001-07-16 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Samuel Tardieu wrote: With recent -CURRENT kernels (including one from yesterday), I get random strange behaviours as far as my ATA disk is concerned: - the disk light stays on; - I can read from the disk but cannot write anything to it (sync blocks, writes from vi block,

Sound broken on -current again...

2001-08-15 Thread Søren Schmidt
One gets the first DMA buffer full, then the process hangs... -Søren To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: Sound broken on -current again...

2001-08-19 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Richard Todd wrote: I found much the same thing; specifically, the problematic change is this one: jhb 2001/08/10 14:08:57 PDT Modified files: sys/kern kern_synch.c Log: Work around a race between msleep() and endtsleep() where it was possible

Re: Sound broken on -current again...

2001-08-19 Thread Søren Schmidt
Revision ChangesPath 1.154 +24 -4 src/sys/kern/kern_synch.c Yups, reverting this, even in a newer kernel makes sound work again, well the VIA support is still not sounding proberly, but it didn't before as well so thats not related to this bogon... Perhaps the bug

Re: Sound broken on -current again...

2001-08-19 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Alexander Leidinger wrote: On 19 Aug, Søren Schmidt wrote: Yups, reverting this, even in a newer kernel makes sound work again, well the VIA support is still not sounding proberly, but it didn't before as well so thats not related to this bogon... Perhaps the bug

Re: Sound broken on -current again...

2001-08-20 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Jim Bryant wrote: Yups, reverting this, even in a newer kernel makes sound work again, well the VIA support is still not sounding proberly, but it didn't before as well so thats not related to this bogon... Perhaps the bug in the chipset^wPCI-spec? I dont think so, before the

Re: Sound broken on -current again...

2001-08-21 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems John Baldwin wrote: In servalan.mailinglist.fbsd-current Maxim Sobolev writes: I found that after reverting the following deltas (jhb's 10 August commit) sound starts working again: [list of deltas deleted] I found much the same thing; specifically, the problematic change

Re: diskcheckd is poo

2001-08-23 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems David O'Brien wrote: diskcheckd is very annoying. Many doubt its usefulness in detecting errors before it is too late. It thinks 40% of my disks are bad (which I don't). I've turned it off, I know many that have. I would like to remove it from the base system and put it in

Re: Updated ATAPI/CAM patches

2002-02-28 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Kenneth D. Merry wrote: On Thu, Feb 28, 2002 at 10:49:18 -0800, Julian Elischer wrote: This is definitly something that is needed.. The question is whether the CAM and ATAPI authors feel it is right. We are guided by them (even though we desperatly need this). Personally

Re: Updated ATAPI/CAM patches

2002-02-28 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Matthew N. Dodd wrote: On Thu, 28 Feb 2002, Søren Schmidt wrote: I'll quit the ATA/ATAPI development/maintenance if this goes in quickly. What? Are you looking at the same patches that everyone else is? Read the rest of my mail, the problem is not the patches as much as it is all

Re: Updated ATAPI/CAM patches

2002-02-28 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Kenneth Culver wrote: Hmm, why do we need to add new layers and loss of functionality to the ATAPI devices ? Many many many people would like to be able to use cdrecord to burn data to cd's so that all the front-ends to cdrecord will work. It's much nicer than memorizing mkisofs

Re: Updated ATAPI/CAM patches

2002-02-28 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Scott Long wrote: As I have stated several times, I have no problem with ATAPI being sent through CAM as long as the usual way stays (some of us cannot afford the weight of those extra layers, nor loose functionality). I'd do the integration somewhat differently to even further

Re: Updated ATAPI/CAM patches

2002-02-28 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Justin T. Gibbs wrote: What functionality is lost by this ability? Compare the features of the ATAPI vs SCSI CD drivers.. This is exactly why I'd like to see this code merged. The hardware changes too rapidly. The specs change too rapidly but MMC is MMC. Exactly. More of us

Re: Updated ATAPI/CAM patches

2002-02-28 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Scott Long wrote: I'm mainly raising my hand to take the abuse that will no doubt happen once in a while. Sure, maybe we should make Thomas a committer so he could look after it himself ? Interested ? Got the time ? I'm all ears for volounteers... Ummm, I'm

Re: Updated ATAPI/CAM patches

2002-03-01 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Max Khon wrote: On Thu, Feb 28, 2002 at 09:58:00PM +0100, S?ren Schmidt wrote: Hmm, why do we need to add new layers and loss of functionality to the ATAPI devices ? Many many many people would like to be able to use cdrecord to burn data to cd's so that all the

Request for testers of ATA RAID support

2002-03-03 Thread Søren Schmidt
As some might have noticed I've done some significant work on the ATA RAID support (for Promise Highpoint controllers) all thanks to Advanis which has made this possible. The code as it is now in -current allows for RAID1's (mirrors) to be properly handled when a disk dies, that means the

cdrecord for ATAPI burners available..

2002-03-19 Thread Søren Schmidt
For those that have problems with burncd or simply cannot live without, I've put up the source for an ATAPI enabled cdrecord on: ftp://freebsd.dk/pub/ATA/cdrtools-1.10-ATA.tgz On -stable it needs the ATA driver update I did a yesterday. It does *not* need CAM or the atapicam patches, it uses

Re: ATAPICAM

2002-03-19 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Samuel Tardieu wrote: Has the ATAPICAM patch entered the kernel sources already? I cannot seem to find the option in LINT. No, Justin has called for a timeout on that -Søren To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the

Re: cdrecord for ATAPI burners available..

2002-03-19 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Thomas Quinot wrote: Le 2002-03-19, Søren Schmidt écrivait : ftp://freebsd.dk/pub/ATA/cdrtools-1.10-ATA.tgz On -stable it needs the ATA driver update I did a yesterday. It does *not* need CAM or the atapicam patches, it uses the ATA driver directly.. Alternatively

Re: cdrecord for ATAPI burners available..

2002-03-19 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Kenneth Culver wrote: Oh yes, I forgot, there is also a cdrdao on: ftp://freebsd.dk/pub/ATA/cdrdao-1.1.5-ATA.tgz Again no CAM or atapicam needed :) Is this a competition??? :-) Not that I know of, but I recently got permission to share the (very limitted BTW) changes I did

Re: cdrecord for ATAPI burners available..

2002-03-19 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Stijn Hoop wrote: You and Thomas rock! Any chance of a cdparanoia-ATA.tgz ? :) No idea what it is, I cant seem to find it in ports either... URL ? Does it work on FreeBSD already with CAM or ? -Søren To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current

Re: cdrecord for ATAPI burners available..

2002-03-19 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Kenneth Culver wrote: Not that I know of, but I recently got permission to share the (very limitted BTW) changes I did to cdrecord/cdrdao over a year ago, and now that the infrastructure for using it is in both -stable and -current, it seemed worthwhile to release it to the

Re: cdrecord for ATAPI burners available..

2002-03-19 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Thomas Quinot wrote: Le 2002-03-19, Søren Schmidt écrivait : ftp://freebsd.dk/pub/ATA/cdrdao-1.1.5-ATA.tgz Again no CAM or atapicam needed :) Hum this package does not compile out of the box: c++ -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I.. -I. -I/usr/local/include/pccts -O -pipe -c

Re: cdrecord for ATAPI burners available..

2002-03-19 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Kenneth Culver wrote: It puts its stuff in /usr/local/bin Wierd, for me it put everything in /opt/schily/blah... I hate it when people do that. :-) I've put up a new version with the default changed to /usr/local... -Søren To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with

Re: cdrecord for ATAPI burners available..

2002-03-20 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Thomas Quinot wrote: Le 2002-03-19, Søren Schmidt écrivait : gmake[1]: *** [TocParser.o] Error 1 You need to have pccts installed to compile cdrdao I do, and as I mentioned in my first message, the compileation completed after a gmake distclean. okies... These utils

Re: cdrecord for ATAPI burners available..

2002-03-20 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Scott Long wrote: In the past you've objected to ATAPI-CAM on two grounds, fear that it won't be done right, and fear that it will add more work to yourself. I think that there are enough highly intelligent people interested in the project that the first issue can be put to rest.

Re: cdrecord for ATAPI burners available..

2002-03-20 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Thomas Quinot wrote: Le 2002-03-20, Søren Schmidt écrivait : I thought there was work on this already ? Justin called for a timeout to get it done the right way in CAM, I was sort of expecting to hear about how that should integrate in the ATA/ATAPI world... Well I have

Re: Mirrored disk on HPT370 is not detected.

2002-04-01 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems NAKAJI Hiroyuki wrote: I checked the difference between them to find that ata device on HPT370 is not detected, +pcib2: device atapci0 requested unsupported I/O range 0x0-0x9c00 (decoding 0x9000-0xafff) +ata2: probe allocation failed You need the options

Re: atacontrol breaks world

2002-04-05 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Steve Kargl wrote: === sbin/atacontrol cc -O -pipe -c /usr/src/sbin/atacontrol/atacontrol.c /usr/src/sbin/atacontrol/atacontrol.c: In function `cap_print': /usr/src/sbin/atacontrol/atacontrol.c:121: structure has no member named `lba_size'

Re: ata problems (was: Re: ld-elf.so.1 broken with world from yesterday)

2002-04-09 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Alexander Leidinger wrote: Something about a missing or wrong ELF header. I thought it was a general problem so everyone would see it, but it turned out to be a problem in the ata driver. After turning off tagged queuing everything was fine. I'm not the only one with problems with

Re: ata problems (was: Re: ld-elf.so.1 broken with world from yesterday)

2002-04-09 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Alexander Leidinger wrote: On 9 Apr, Søren Schmidt wrote: Søren, as a data point: a Mar 12 kernel was fine for me, a Mar 27 kernel too, but a Apr 6-8 kernel spills alot of tag related errors (I think you already have those errors from someone else, no need to repeat them here

Re: ATA errors on recent -current

2002-04-15 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Terry Lambert wrote: Giorgos Keramidas wrote: ad0: READ command timeout tag=1 serv=1 - resetting ata0: resetting devices .. ad0: invalidating queued requests done Turn off tagged queing. S?ren knows about this error and tries to reproduce it (but fails as far as I

Re: ATA errors on recent -current

2002-04-15 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Alexander Leidinger wrote: I've seen this quite a few times, but I can't reliably reproduce it yet. It seems to hit me a lot when the ad0 drive spins like crazy doing stuff that is heavy on disk I/O. Disabling tag queueing now to see if this fixes things. But even if it does,

Re: ATA errors on recent -current

2002-04-15 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Alexander Leidinger wrote: On 15 Apr, Søren Schmidt wrote: Some people see this after the mega MFC on -stable too. Could I have you guys try this simple patch ? Does not work. As in: No change or breaks completely (if so how)... -Søren To Unsubscribe: send mail

Re: ATA errors on recent -current

2002-04-15 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Terry Lambert wrote: Søren Schmidt wrote: Is your drive perchance an IBM DTLA? It's known to have these problems. Cool! would you like to share where that information is available so I can possibly work around the problem ?? IBM DTLA drives are known to be problematic

Re: ATA errors on recent -current

2002-04-15 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Terry Lambert wrote: IBM DTLA drives are known to be problematic. If you use that in a search engine, it will find numerous references to the drive electronics being too slow for sustained access to the sectors closes to the spindle. This thread is about tagged queueing

Re: ATA errors on recent -current

2002-04-15 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Terry Lambert wrote: Søren Schmidt wrote: For a more scientific test, downloading the firmware tool and setting the DMA transfer rate down, and checking for problems, would be pretty overwhelming evidence. Personally, I don't have any of the buggers lying around to test

Re: ATA errors on recent -current

2002-04-15 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Giorgos Keramidas wrote: On 2002-04-14 23:46, Terry Lambert wrote: Is your drive perchance an IBM DTLA? It's known to have these problems. Nay. A Western Digital disk I bought about 2.5 years ago. Hmm, AFAIK WD newer had a disk that worked right with tags, and I've newer been

Re: i386 ATA is very broken after sparc64 ATA mega-commit (April 5)

2002-04-17 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Andrey A. Chernov wrote: This mega-commit: date: 2002/04/05 13:13:XX; author: sos; Make the ATA driver compile work on the sparc64 platform. breaks i386 ATA at least for following card: atapci0: Intel ICH2 ATA100 controller port 0xb800-0xb80f at device 31.1

Re: i386 ATA is very broken after sparc64 ATA mega-commit (April 5)

2002-04-18 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Andrey A. Chernov wrote: On Wed, Apr 17, 2002 at 21:42:19 +0200, Alexander Leidinger wrote: If you are running with tagged queing: turn it off. I got the same Thanks, turning tags off helps! It means that sparc64 ATA commit breaks tags. They work nice before it. I know, I

Re: ATA errors on recent -current

2002-04-18 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Terry Lambert wrote: My other hunch is that there will need to be a channel reserved for reset commands to be queued to the disk, so that you can queue more commands to it later (e.g. can't connect to send the reset because of the already disconnected commands in progress). Terry,

Re: i386 ATA is very broken after sparc64 ATA mega-commit (April 5)

2002-04-18 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Doug Barton wrote: Given the impending 4.6-release, might it make sense to back off ata in The busdma/sparc64 code is *not* in stable... -Søren To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: i386 ATA is very broken after sparc64 ATA mega-commit (April 5)

2002-04-18 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Alexander Leidinger wrote: On 18 Apr, Doug Barton wrote: Given the impending 4.6-release, might it make sense to back off ata in -stable to the last known-good state? We have some time until the code freeze, so give him some days to track it down. If he is able to fix it: fine,

Re: ATA errors on recent -current

2002-04-18 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Terry Lambert wrote: Søren Schmidt wrote: It seems Terry Lambert wrote: My other hunch is that there will need to be a channel reserved for reset commands to be queued to the disk, so that you can queue more commands to it later (e.g. can't connect to send the reset

Re: ATA errors on recent -current

2002-04-18 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Matthias Schuendehuette 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

Re: ATA errors on recent -current

2002-04-18 Thread Søren Schmidt
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

Re: ATA errors on recent -current

2002-04-18 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Terry Lambert wrote: 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

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