Ian FREISLICH wrote:
> Scott Long wrote:
>> Ian Freislich wrote:
>>> But I'm unable to boot into multi-user off the disk. The kernel
>>> boots and then I get reports of UFS corruption (truncated inodes
>>> and missing blocks etc) and it can't find /libexec/ld-elf.so.1.
>>>
>>> I'm tempted to just say that the card is junk and to give up.
>>> Am I correct in my analysis?
>>>

>> Try setting the following from the loader at boot:
>>
>> hw.amr.force_sg32=1

>
> Ok, that fixed it. What exactly does this do?
>


Limits the driver to only use 32-bit addresses, and bounces
(copies) anything above that down to the lower 32bits of the
address space. Can you send me the output of 'pciconf -lv'?

Scott
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