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Re: ATA anomaly Question

From: Joerg Anslik <joerg@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 19 Mar 2005 17:22:40 +0100


>Add-on controllers, SATA:
>- booting may report in dmesg: 'DMA limited to UDMA 33, non-ATA66 cable 
>or device'

This also holds true for on board SATA controllers. I get this message
every time I boot my Shuttle SN95G with one disk being attached to the
first internal SATA port. The second disk is IDE, attached via
UDMA-100 cable; I don't see the message here. But then, disk speed
seems to be "normal" for both disks.

>- Promise Fastrak S-150 TX-2 Plus is not detected by DragonFly.

My test machine here's equipped with a Promise Ultra-100 TX PCI board,
which doesn't cause any problems and is correctly detected by DFly.
I'm not sure, but I think it's because the Fastrak family boards have
different [newer] chipsets, probably not yet being probed for. But
that's just a guess.


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