can't boot with ata-all.c rev 1.19

Richard Nyberg rnyberg at
Thu Jun 24 00:16:31 PDT 2004

reverting to /sys/dev/disk/ata-all.c rev 1.18 solves the problem.

With rev 1.19 I get lots of stuff like this dragonfly tries to mount /

ata0: ignoring interrupt queued after ints disabled
ad0: READ command timeout tag=0 serv=0 - resetting
ata0: resetting devices .. ata0-slave: ATA identify retries exceeded

(sorry I missed a lot of output, I only had a very small paper)

Then something about not being able to read the mbr I think. Then the
kernel wants me to choose booting device, which of course doesn't


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