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Re: ld at sdmmc

On Tue, 14 Oct 2008, Jeremy C. Reed wrote:

This works for me.

I used it with the two patches, plus cube's and Jasper's changes. (I don't
know if I needed them, but I did that first.)

Oct 14 18:45:29 hrr /netbsd: ld0 at sdmmc2
Oct 14 18:45:29 hrr /netbsd: ld0: 1914 MB, 972 cyl, 64 head, 63 sec, 512
bytes/sect x 3920896 sectors
Oct 14 18:45:30 hrr /netbsd: ld0d: error reading fsbn 0 (ld0 bn 0; cn 0 tn
0 sn 0)
Oct 14 18:45:30 hrr /netbsd: ld0: dos partition I/O error
Oct 14 18:45:31 hrr /netbsd: ld0d: error reading fsbn 1 (ld0 bn 1; cn 0 tn
0 sn 1)

Got the above when I inserted the memory card.

But mounted, accessed, unmounted, and removed fine.

It does make my load go up high (over 1.2) and makes my mouse and system
sluggish when copying files from the memory card. (I have same performance
issues with the scsibus0 at sdmmc2 version too which I have used many
times since June.)

Do we have one place where all the pieces have been collected? If noone else wants to do it, I'd be happy to take all the pieces, put them into a single package, clean it up if needed, and submit it. (I don't seem to recall Jasper's and Cube's patches.)

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