Request for testing: ata(4) MFC
Ruben van Staveren
ruben at verweg.com
Fri Oct 17 08:09:17 UTC 2008
On 17 Oct 2008, at 1:15, Steven Hartland wrote:
> You must be very careful with using less than 48bit addressing when
> the drive and the controller supports it as some disks report errors
> none standard crossover points.
> I saw this first hand with the highpoint driver where it totally
> the RAID volumes. The solution was to "always" use 48bit addressing if
> the drive supports / requires it.
Could this be the thing that is at stake ?
The mirror, consisting out of ad4/ad6 got its ad4 trashed with the
patch enabled. luckily it could be rebuild from the intact ad6.
here is a atacontrol cap ad4
(0|chassis|ttyp0[-]) ~ > atacontrol cap ad4
Protocol Serial ATA II
device model SEAGATE ST32500NSSUN250G 0825B824R1
serial number 9QE824R1
firmware revision 3AZQ
lba supported 268435455 sectors
lba48 supported 488390625 sectors
overlap not supported
Feature Support Enable Value Vendor
write cache yes yes
read ahead yes yes
Native Command Queuing (NCQ) yes - 31/0x1F
Tagged Command Queuing (TCQ) no no 31/0x1F
SMART yes yes
microcode download yes yes
security yes no
power management yes yes
advanced power management no no 65278/0xFEFE
automatic acoustic management no no 0/0x00 254/0xFE
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