Subject: SiS pciide timeout
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From: Christopher Vance <email@example.com>
Date: 07/08/2003 22:04:51
I have an Elite P4S5A/DX+ motherboard with an SiS 5513 pciide on it
(and a Pentium 4 and other stuff....). FreeBSD -current calls this
device a SiS 96X, and its pci identification is 5513 1039.
I just received a 1.6.1 install disk (thanks AUUG), and thought it was
time to install NetBSD on this machine. I have had a partition set
aside waiting for a while. :-)
I have run -current in the past on a different machine and was planning
to update to -current.
When I boot from the 1.6.1 CD I get a hang with the last gasp being
pciide0:0:0: lost interrupt
type: ata tc_bcount: 512 tc_skip: 0
pciide0:0:0: bus-master DMA error: missing interrupt, status=0x61
In the past, both FreeBSD and OpenBSD booted only when dma was
disabled, but both now boot fine with dma enabled (that's -current for
each, haven't tried -stable on either).
Is this a known problem, already fixed in NetBSD-current, or do I need
to run with dma disabled? Is the answer different for -current vs
I tried booting from NetBSD -current snapshot install floppies in
April, but found no way in the kernel boot-time configuration to set
the flag to disable dma, and otherwise had similar problems.
Is 20030305-1.6P the latest snapshot for i386?
Is compilation of a custom install kernel the only way to install at
Does cross-building hosted on either FreeBSD or OpenBSD currently work
(didn't in April on FreeBSD)?
Or should I come back in a few months when there's another -current