Barney Cordoba wrote:
> --- Travis Mikalson wrote:
>
>> Barney Cordoba wrote:
>>> --- Mike Tancsa wrote:
>>>
>>>> At 02:26 AM 11/29/2007, Andrey V. Elsukov wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> May be here is different HW revisions? You have

>> an
>>>> old revision and
>>>>> now people with this bug have a new revision?
>>>>> I don't see in the this thread any verbose dmesg

>> or
>>>> pciconf outputs.
>>>>> So, people, who have problems and who don't have
>>>> it, can you show
>>>>> your `pciconf -l`?
>>>> My board works well and has since the 6.1 days
>> >
>>> I think we've established that 6.x works and 7.x
>>> doesn't.
>>>
>>> Barney

>> Not mine, I'm afraid.
>>
>> See post from yesterday where I tried 6.2 and 6.3 on
>> my Tyan S3950 and
>> it worked poorly.
>>
>> Not sure what the major difference between one
>> HT1000 board and another
>> could be, but mine seems to be in the most-afflicted
>> category. I count
>> myself lucky that it works as well as it does with
>> RELENG_7 so long as I
>> avoid the PCI-X slot or the on-board SATA.

>
> It seems to me it makes more sense to use a different
> MB than avoiding the slot and not using SATA. One of
> the attractions of the HT1000 is the SATA performance.


I have three of them already so.. I'd like them to work. I consider the
broken status temporary and the SiI3114 controllers a temporary
workaround. And of course I'd like FreeBSD to work well for everybody
else on this platform.

> Are you sending Soren a MB, or what is the status of
> that?


Yes, I corresponded with Søren privately and I am going to send him a
Tyan S3950 kit, he was unable to reproduce the issue on his specific
HT1000-based hardware.

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