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Re: DbAu1550 copy file corruption

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Subject: Re: DbAu1550 copy file corruption
From: Sergei Shtylylov <sshtylyov@ru.mvista.com>
Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2005 20:35:24 +0300
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Hello.

Dan Malek wrote:

Have you tested this on an NFS partition?  Does
the on-board HPT371 work?  I know the latter two
used to work, but I don't remember testing a 2.6.10
kernel, I've been using newer ones.

  Do you mean HPT371N? It shouldn't work (and does not work for us) since the
current driver has severe clocking problems with anything but HPT370/374 on a
66 MHz PCI. So with the default 64 MHz Au1550 PCI clock the driver just locks
up; it can only work if you plug in a 33 MHz PCI card to get Au1550 PCI
clocked at 32 MHz. I was in the process of fixing this but this work is
currently preempted by more urgent stuff... :-(

WBR, Sergei


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