ad10: WARNING - READ_DMA UDMA ICRC error (retrying request) LBA=11441599

Søren Schmidt sos at FreeBSD.ORG
Wed Aug 10 18:38:46 GMT 2005

On 10/08/2005, at 20:29, J. T. Farmer wrote:

> Scot Hetzel wrote:
>> On 8/10/05, Søren Schmidt <sos at> wrote:
>>> Since I came in late in this, I need to know what kind of controller
>>> we are talking about, and if the problem is still present in 6.0.
>>> I plan to backport ATA from 6.0 to 5-stable when it has settled, so
>>> 6.0 is the one and only (pre)release to test with and get back to me
>>> with the result.
>> They have been talking about SII and Intel ICH6 chips.  And a few  
>> have
>> stated that they are having problems with the 6.0-Beta releases with
>> these chips.
> What, I'm chopped liver? :^>  I'm getting these errors with a  
> standard, _very_
> not "state of the art", Via KT266A/8235 chipset.  PATA WDC 800  
> drive. All very standard stuff for a desktop.  Was running WinXP  
> without a
> problem for quite some time.  Generic kernel.  In fact when I tried  
> to install 5.4
> (and 5.4-SNAP from 5 July & 9 July), it errored out as soon as the  
> install kernel
> tried to write to the disk.  FS's do not work when you can't  write  
> the superblocks
> out...  Oh yeah, writing the disklabel also generated the same error.
> So it's not just the SATA raid type chipsets.  It's plain vanilla ATA
> controllers, also.

As I said I need reports on 6.0, the ATA driver as is in 5.4 is not  
supported by me unless you use the ATA mkIII patches..

- Søren

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