SGlist with a 2 byte boundary error on the FIFO's 510-511 or is 509-510
It all is determined on if 1 or 0 is starting as the counting number.
The FIFO flush to generate the interrupt is a DMA quirk. Similar to the
the 8K FIFO Phy issues in SATA.
Buy me a Coke (Red Can, no BLUE Crap) and we can discuss the issues.
LAD Storage Consulting Group
On Mon, 7 Jul 2003, Tomas Szepe wrote:
> > [email@example.com]
> > Caution!
> > Serverworks has OEM's who have BIOS's which are setup for a reason.
> > If the BIOS is configured for any reason the the driver stomps on the BIOS
> > settings there will be damage to the content on the media.
> > Just the view from an insider in the know.
> Hmm, I certainly wouldn't expect a $3500 server to come with busted
> IDE, but thanks for the suggestion, we'll take extra care.
> Tomas Szepe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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