Problem with ATA driver on pc386
afraiett at bigpond.net.au
Tue Jul 6 08:33:07 UTC 2004
Chris Johns wrote:
> Angelo Fraietta wrote:
>> It definitately locks up. I can't wait for 30 seconds anyway so i
>> will need a way of defining that I don't want to even look for it on
>> the primary
> Sure 30sec is a little long these days, but it would be good to know
> if the driver recovers. Would it be possible to leave it for a few
> minutes and see what happens ?
It is definitaly locked. I waited about 5 minutes before and just waited
an hour on the second time. You have to physically remove the device to
make it fail.
> Using a different controller is a BSP issue and more like a feature
> request than a bug.
I don't know. The function is is libchip/ata.c
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