Still having ServerWorks HT1000 drive problems

Xin LI delphij at delphij.net
Fri Jan 18 14:33:51 PST 2008


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Hi, Kirk,

Kirk Strauser wrote:
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> Jan 15 11:10:42 jail3 kernel: ad4: DMA limited to UDMA33, device found non-ATA66 cable
> Jan 15 11:11:07 jail3 ntpd[628]: kernel time sync enabled 2001
> Jan 15 11:13:00 jail3 kernel: NMI ISA NMI ISA 20, EISA f2f0,
> Jan 15 11:13:00 jail3 kernel: N N
> Jan 15 11:13:00 jail3 kernel:
> Jan 15 11:13:00 jail3 kernel: <<
> Jan 15 11:13:00 jail3 kernel: 22<>>EM2I>ISM AII  ISfSfA
> Jan 15 11:13:00 jail3 kernel: A
> Jan 15 11:13:00 jail3 kernel: 20, EIS3A0 ,f fE
> Jan 15 11:13:00 jail3 kernel: I
> Jan 15 11:13:00 jail3 kernel: SA ff
> Jan 15 11:13:17 jail3 kernel: ad4: TIMEOUT - WRITE_DMA retrying (1 retry left) LBA=8129551
> Jan 15 11:13:17 jail3 kernel: NMI ISA 20, EISA ff
> Jan 15 11:13:17 jail3 kernel: NMI ISA 20, EISA ff
> Jan 15 11:13:17 jail3 kernel: NM<I ISA2 >NMI ISA 30, EIS3A0 , fEfI
> Jan 15 11:13:17 jail3 kernel: S
> Jan 15 11:13:17 jail3 kernel: A ff
> Jan 15 11:13:17 jail3 kernel: ad4: WARNING - SETFEATURES SET TRANSFER MODE taskqueue timeout - completing request directly
> Jan 15 11:13:17 jail3 kernel: ad4: TIMEOUT - WRITE_DMA retrying (0 retries left) LBA=8129551
> Jan 15 11:13:17 jail3 kernel: NMI ISA 20, EISA fNfM
> Jan 15 11:13:17 jail3 kernel: I
> Jan 15 11:13:17 jail3 kernel: ISA 20, EISA ff
> Jan 15 11:13:17 jail3 kernel: NMI ISAN M3I0 ,I ESISAA  ff3
> Jan 15 11:13:17 jail3 kernel: 0
> Jan 15 11:13:17 jail3 kernel: , EISA ff
> Jan 15 11:13:17 jail3 kernel: ad4: FAILURE - WRITE_DMA timed out LBA=8129551
> Jan 15 11:13:17 jail3 kernel: GEOM_MIRROR: Request failed (error=5). ad4s1d[WRITE(offset=1477943296, length=131072)]
> Jan 15 11:13:17 jail3 kernel: g_vfs_done():mirror/mirror1e[WRITE(offset=404193280, length=131072)]error = 5
> Jan 15 11:13:17 jail3 kernel: ad4: WARNING - SETFEATURES SET TRANSFER MODE freeing taskqueue zombie request
> 
> Is there anything else I could try?  There's nowhere in the BIOS to switch
> between PATA and SATA modes, so I don't know of any way to see if that
> would make a difference.

It seems that you have a lot of NMIs.  Do you have your hands on the box
to see if there is any hardware problem?

Cheers,
- --
Xin LI <delphij at delphij.net>	http://www.delphij.net/
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