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Re: IDE diriver error message as "hda: lost interrupt"
Of course, all the INTRQ- and DMARQ-pins (0..3). are pull-downed
and cable is cut less than 10cm.
But result is all the same.
Data and control signal input and output are all right.
It's tested and monitored as bit by bit.
I don't know what's the reason of trouble..
Hyojun Kim / Cellinx Systems
----- Original Message -----
From: Jarkko Tuomi <email@example.com>
To: dev-etrax <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, February 22, 2002 7:54 AM
Subject: Re: IDE diriver error message as "hda: lost interrupt"
> > The hard disk is perceived by kernel,
> > and reading files from it is o.k.
> > But writting is not possible,
> Sounds a bit like the problem we once had.
> -Check that there's a pull-down on all the INTRQ- and DMARQ-pins (0..3).
> -Check the buffers on the ATA interface. Our board doesn't have them, and
> the limit seems to be one harddisk with a cable less than 10 cm long. Even
> then the timings in arch/cris/drivers/ide.c had to be relaxed a bit for
> reliable operation.
> (This was not "official" information, just some personal observations.)
> Best regards,
> Jarkko Tuomi