RE: Re: Re: SATA problems
I've certainly got further but not in the way you might expect. I contacted
the Shuttle supplier (again) and this time they told me there was a problem
with interaction between the Samsung CDRW/DVDROM and the SATA Maxtor drives,
which meant that the boot sector was getting stomped on.
About this time, I got bored with the whole idea of SATA, I'm trying to get
a server running and haven't got time for intellectual games, as interesting
as they may be, so I got the supplier to swap the shuttle for a different
one with two IDE channels.
It's not finished yet...I completed the install, but found one of the new
IDE drives was dropping out of my RAID1 array...ran the diagnostics and lo
and behold! I have a defective disk (it was supposed to be new/tested!). I'm
going back to the supplier tomorrow (Monday) and you can imagine the kind of
converation I will be having with them...
From: Fredrik von Kantzow [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 15 July 2005 17:42
Subject: Re: Re: Re: SATA problems
Have you gotten further with this?
OK , I did that and got the following results
I entered lspci, got the response "/bin/sh: lspci : not found"
then for lsmod, I got a long string of files/modules, with "size" and
"used by" columns. I have only recorded the names here, no way of
cutting and pasting unfortunately...
That's the lot from that list.
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