The disk will not transition from sleep to active state. In reply to this post by David Young. For the timedout command, the driver attempts to recover by changing speed to lower values and retrying the command. Free forum by Nabble. This logic is subject to change. Anything is possible; this is after all Sun, who brought us the joys of the CMD, though. The uata host bus adapter driver is a nexus driver that supports the ide interface on SPARC platforms.
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Take care, Bill attachment0 bytes Download Attachment. The command returned an error.
current-users – SunFire v / Acer M IDE DMA error workaround
You say that you are using both channels. I’ll double-check to make sure this change isn’t necessary for things to work with the above change. Search everywhere only in this topic. ATAPI drive reset failed for target: If the drive reset fails, a warning message is displayed and the recovery process continues.
Acer M5229 IDE bugs (esp. on sparc64)
But I think I would have been able to find it in Google if that were the case On Thu, 30 Oct The uata driver recovers from these states automatically unless there is a fatal error.
What status values caer reported? For a short xfer it will not. The disk will not transition from sleep to active state. The BSY bit of the drive’s status register is polled to check for the drive reset completion.
Acer M IDE bugs (esp. on sparc64)
The devices are logically numbered from 0 to On Wed, Oct 29, at The disk will not transition to sleep state. Indicates a fatal problem with the drive.
The attach may fail. I think it happens on regular usage of a CD drive mounting it for example. The driver could not obtain the interrupt cookie. A dd 1 to a single disk made no problems. Error set after issuing Set Feature command. The uata driver supports two channels concurrently with two devices connected per channel.
It should not be done there. As far as PCI aborts, I’m not sure In reply to this post by David Young. During the driver initialization process, the driver must set the features for the drive, including dma and pio.
I wouldn’t expect them to Martin.
For the timedout command, the driver attempts to recover by changing speed to lower values and retrying the command. The uata host bus adapter driver is a ,5229 driver that supports the ide interface on SPARC platforms.
Anything is possible; this is after all Sun, who brought us the joys of the CMD, though. Free forum by Nabble. See Also prtconf 1Mdriver.
I’m guessing that they do not. The driver’s error bit was set after the set feature command was issued.
Have you tried looking at the OpenSolaris code?