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Re: WD 93c33 trouble
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On Feb 17, 2009, at 1:35 PM, Stephen M. Rumble wrote:
sd0 at scsibus0 target 1 lun 0: <SGI, IBM DORS-32160, WA6A> disk
This is a problematic drive - see my changes for revision 1.15 of
dev/ic/wd33c93.c for more info. With that workaround it ran fine for
me, but I don't recall if I ever used it in a system with multiple
That's the one that came with my Indy.
It could well be unrelated, but hopefully it's a starting point in
where to look.
Yeah, google finds numerous problem reports - maybe ARCS knows
something we don't (yet).
Umm, after reading your comment - I had a similar problem on macppc
when mesh(4) didn't support synchronous transfers properly. Some IBM
drives would start negotiating sync on their own and screw up. Many
have jumpers labeled something like 'TIS' for 'Target Initiated Sync
negotiation'. Mine doesn't have one but one's labeled 'reserved'.
That doesn't really sound like the problem I have right now though, we
hang after probing the 1st drive, no matter which one it is.
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