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Re: [SLE] ATA 100 vs. UDMA 33/66
  • From: Paul Abrahams <abrahams@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 06 May 2001 18:34:34 -0400
  • Message-id: <3AF5D17A.1B26C30A@xxxxxxx>
Ben Rosenberg wrote:

> * Paul Abrahams (abrahams@xxxxxxx) [010506 15:25]:
>
> }=}When my system boots up, one of the messages I see is:
> }=}
> }=} Assuming 33MHz system bus speed for PIO modes; override with idebus=xx
> }=}
> }=}Since the mobo claims 33/66, should I be inserting the override? How would
> }=}that decision be affected by the presence of an ATA100 PCI controller?
>
> Nope, they all do this.

They all do what? I'm confused.

> It has something to do with IDE vs ISA or so I
> was told by Andre Hedrick..the guy who writes 99% of the IDE code in the
> kernel. Mine says it too...even though I have 2 drives on the ATA66
> controller and 1 on the ATA100 Promise controller. It was the same
> message when I had my K6-III mb.

So did you insert the override, Ben?

Paul



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