cannot burn dvd
That didn't help, and I still get the error. At least now it shows the
ata exception that can be found in dmesg logs from googling "cdrecord
ahci sata". It looks like a controller timeout (this has happened
before, causing DMAR error lines in dmesg). Is it worth disabling AHCI
or not? And should this be also asked on lkml because this looks like
a controller/driver/ahci issue? I don't want to contribute to the
information overload between the [PATCH X/Y] foo and other messages.
On 2008-12-04, Andrey Vul <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 03:43, Joerg Schilling
> <Joerg.Schilling@fokus.fraunhofer.de> wrote:
>> "Andrey Vul" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> cdrecord (2.01.01a53) hangs when trying to write to a SATA dvd drive
>>> using libsg. When I set SATA mode in BIOS to Compatability, the
>>> burning works but somehow the 8x speed is reduced to 1x.
>>> Chipset: Intel ICH9M (AHCI)
>>> DVD Burner: Hitachi-LG DVD-Multi mini-SATA
>> Try ts=63k
>> It may be that the Linux kernel has a problem with biger DMA sizes.
>> I am going to go back to this as default after it turns out that only
>> FreeBSD is able to handle biger sizes correctly.
> Well, nvidia has a binary blob for FreeBSD and if iwl5000 is
> supported, bye-bye Linux, hello FreeBSD!
> Andrey Vul
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