Re: IDE-DMA woes

From: Ishan Oshadi Jayawardena (
Date: Sat Dec 08 2001 - 14:47:58 EST

Gerald Britton wrote:
> reliably reproduce the problem. I told Andre about the problem and he
> suggested doing a "hdparm -d0 -X08 /dev/hda" prior to suspend and that
> seems to work around the problem. I "hdparm -d1 -X69 /dev/hda" on resume
> to get it back to speedy udma5 mode. I think the problem is the BIOS doing
> things to the IDE chipset during the suspend, and the driver not properly
> correcting the changes on resume.
> -- Gerald

        Right. Thanks. I'll try it (hdparm -X66 actually, my drive only
supports udma2). (I know that it will work. I just want to know what's
_exactly_ wrong with my setup ;)

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