wierd problem involving the command make install

Vulpes Velox kitlists at hotpop.com
Fri May 2 06:46:37 PDT 2003

On Fri, 2 May 2003 15:35:14 +0700
õóåðóê <anyher at ngs.ru> wrote:

> Hello Vulpes,
> Saturday, May 3, 2003, 12:39:58 PM, you wrote:
> VV> ad1: READ command timeout tag=0 serv=0 - resetting
> VV> ata0: resetting devices .. ad0: DMA limited to UDMA33, non-ATA66 cable or device
> VV> done
> VV> ...the drive appears to be working fine and I have managed to cat and cp large chunks of both file systems with out problems. The only thing I have managed to come up with is a possible virus or
> VV> something is major misconfigured. Any one have any ideas one this.
> VV> -VV
> my  idea :  when  you run  make  install , possibly large part of
> ram is  used  by some program X .. so you had less ram  for cache ,
> and hdd begins to move head *much* more active then when you  use cp
> ... so head diresction mechanism falls (with a very special sound like
> a clam-clam ). Defined  problem is  not  so exotic - some  10gb
> quantum lct drives  was working  fine  under freebsd , bad under winNT
> and  fails on boot  on win9X ..
> what hardware do you hawe ?
> I know some trobles  like this on old
> fujitsu hdds , that are declares that can run on ATA 66 but dont run realy
> runs ...
> Also  ata cables can die some time .. :)

Cool, thanks for the info. I tink I am going to try poutting the drive in another box and see what happens.

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