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Compact Flash, EXT3, and IDE - a bad idea?



Hi All,

 

  I’m currently running an embedded linux system (arm) with a CF card mounted as EXT3. I’ll copy some system details below… Anyway, I’m getting some drive errors and I’m wondering if they’re due to bad/old drivers, something with EXT3 and CF latency, or something else entirely.  

 

These are the errors:

 

hda: write_intr error1: nr_sectors=1, stat=0x51

hda: write_intr: status=0x51 { DriveReady SeekComplete Error }

hda: write_intr: error=0x04 { DriveStatusError }

end_request: I/O error, dev 03:01 (hda), sector 528431

 

Let me know if you have any idea what I could do to fix these issues. Ideally it wouldn’t involve a recompile of the kernel!

 

 

Thanks in advance…

 

 

 

Some system/configuration info:

 

kernel 2.4.9-ac10

PCMCIA CS 3.1.22

hda:SA1110 SPI v1.3

EXT3 FS 2.4-0.9.6, 11 Aug 2001

 

CONFIG_IDEDISK_MULTI_MODE is not set

 

Proc/interrupts:

  2:      12103   xr788

  3:      34879   xr788

 11:     197994   GPIO 11-27

 15:      19318   serial_sa1100

 17:      21510   serial_sa1100

 26:   13907065   timer

 27:          0   rtc timer

 30:          1   rtc 1Hz

 31:          0   rtc Alrm

 38:          0   wdog snarl

 40:          0   CF_BVD2

 41:          0   CF_BVD1

 43:     897044   ide0

 44:          0   CF_CD

 47:      76675   eth0

 

 


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