WRITE command timeout

Tobias c4 at portad.se
Mon Dec 22 14:05:42 PST 2003

We also experience a lot of this on drives connected to motherboard ide.
Using an PCIIDE card solves the issue.

At 18:55 2003-12-22, you wrote:
>"Oivind H. Danielsen" <oivind.danielsen at kopek.net> wrote:
> >  Dec 18 15:15:39 <> /kernel: ad0: WRITE command timeout tag=0 serv=0 -
> > resetting
> >  Dec 19 15:03:23 <> /kernel: ad0: READ command timeout tag=0 serv=0 -
> > resetting
>I have recently (Friday, today) seen these messages with a new box
>running 4.8-RELEASE-p14.  Replacing the hard disk and cable did not
>help.  The key in this case appears to be the kernel configuration,
>which included options SMP and APIC but not HTT.  GENERIC works fine,
>GENERIC + SMP + APIC fails, GENERIC + SMP + APIC + HTT appears to work
>thus far (makes it through a buildworld without provoking a timeout).
>4.8-RELEASE-p14 on Intel SE7501CW2 with two 2.4GHz Xeons and 512MB RAM.
>No idea whether this will help you; looking at your kernel config
>file, I have my doubts (doesn't look like you are using SMP).  Maybe
>it will be a clue to someone though.
>-Frank McConnell
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