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wt6g7th August 2007, 06:23 AMI've just noticed a problem today with F7 and the Execute Disable Bit. However I dont know what this option exactly does and I dont understand why this error is spamming the syslog when I dont use the nodma option. However in my case I want to use my graphic card to play games but if i revert to 2.6.18 and try to reinstall the kmod-nvidia, yum forces me to install I am getting desperate :( wintermute0006th February 2007, 12:29 PMYep ditto problem here - also I noticed it f-cks up playback of audio CD (leading me to trash some perfectly good his comment is here

Próximo mensaje: [CentOS-es] Error en disco SAS Mensajes ordenados por: [ fecha ] [ hilo ] [ asunto ] [ autor ] Hola a todos, acabo de instalar un servidor Dell I've been living with this problem for over 2 weeks now in hope of a kernel update. However it BURNS fine (audio, data, movie DVDs....) and reads /rips fine as well?>!?>!?! noprobe was required for earlier kernels to properly configure AHCI (otherwise my hard drives were coming up in IDE mode, and running SLOW).

Problem is my SATA drives are connected to the same controller and they work fine in SATA (with AHCI mode enabled in bios) so I can't just issue the all-generic-ide option if anything it seems to have gotten worse :( after ~2 years of learning fedora and 'nix, this is probably the most annoying issue I've encountered so far.... Reply With Quote 03-14-2008 #5 anomie View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Articles Linux Guru Join Date Mar 2005 Location Texas Posts 1,692 IMO, if it's a prod environment Is it worth searching for a solution or should I just reinstall FC6 ?

If you don't run cpu monitor and/or dont check TOP often, you might never notice this and my guess is whatever is going on is going to bother any realtime process. hdc: cdrom_decode_status: status=0x51 { DriveReady SeekComplete Error } hdc: cdrom_decode_status: error=0x34Aborted Command LastFailedSense 0x03 Similar messages in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5: hda: drive_cmd: status=0x51 { DriveReady SeekComplete Error } hda: wintermute00015th March 2007, 12:12 PMI think I've fixed it - turn off DMA to your optical drive!!! Any ideas?

Inside the Makefile the JMicron module is mentioned however: obj-$(CONFIG_BLK_DEV_JMICRON) += jmicron.o Could it be that it's just not being compiled? This can easily be deactivated by changing the appropriate entries in /etc/fstab. gertdesmet6th February 2007, 04:24 PMOk cool. I 've been reading other forums with people with the same problem and they reverted to Kernel 2.6.18.

To continue, add one or more '-T permissive' options. Próximo mensaje: [CentOS-es] Error en disco SAS Mensajes ordenados por: [ fecha ] [ hilo ] [ asunto ] [ autor ] Más información sobre la lista de distribución CentOS-es ERROR I only caught it because I routinely use system monitor and noticed the cpu time running above 0 at idle when I'd made a few changes to BIOS. Or reverting to 2.6.18 and try to install the nvidia driver another way ?

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Open Source Communities Comments Helpful 1 Follow RHEL System Logs Multiple "DriveReady SeekComplete Error" Messages Solution Verified - Updated 2013-12-26T05:20:29+00:00 - English English 日本語 Issue The following errors appear in the this content So I did "hda=noprobe hdc=noprobe" in my kernel line + turned on ACHI mode in BIOS, and finally they came up as SATA drives tweakable via hdparm. Hi That's coming from a DVD drive, is there a cd or dvd in the device? -- Cheers Malcolm °¿° (Linux Counter #276890) openSUSE 12.2 (x86_64) Kernel 3.4.11-2.16-desktop up 4 days At the same moment two CD-Rom icons appear on the desktop (Audio and Audio 2) and I can't use my cd-rom drives anymore untill i reboot my computer.

Is this some serious error? gertdesmet6th February 2007, 11:49 AMHi and thanks for your reply. I 've been reading other forums with people with the same problem and they reverted to Kernel 2.6.18. weblink Val */ Basically..

Thanks in advance :) Edit : Actually the nodma option didnt solve it. On my side the harddrives are ok. wintermute0001st March 2007, 01:07 PMnope, the kernel update didn't fix mine.

Feb 4 20:46:23 nuxbox kernel: hda: status error: status=0x58 { DriveReady SeekComplete DataRequest } Feb 4 20:46:23 nuxbox kernel: ide: failed opcode was: unknown Feb 4 20:46:23 nuxbox kernel: hda: drive

Explore Labs Configuration Deployment Troubleshooting Security Additional Tools Red Hat Access plug-ins Red Hat Satellite Certificate Tool Red Hat Insights Increase visibility into IT operations to detect and resolve technical issues Your cache administrator is webmaster. I also found those lines in the log : Feb 6 00:28:26 nuxbox kernel: md: Autodetecting RAID arrays. And sad to say its still not up to XP speeds :( Xen, have you tried the noprobe kernel boot options, seemed to work for me (forgot how I figured that

Please give a solution to solve this error. If you have any questions, please contact customer service. coz its the only real issue left I haven't found a fix for :) gertdesmet2nd March 2007, 03:17 PMActually it seemed better for a couple of days, but the problem is check over here mchnz6th February 2007, 10:21 AMBad CD in the CDROM drive?

NOte I don't have anything plugged into the Jmicron controller (ie the 2 purple ports on the left of the main column of 4 SATA ports). Your hardware is fine though, no need to worry about that. FedoraForum.org > Fedora 23/24 > Using Fedora > Kernel error spammed in /var/log/messages PDA View Full Version : Kernel error spammed in /var/log/messages gertdesmet6th February 2007, 12:12 AMHello, I have this it has to hold.

should I be worried? Priority:-1 extents:1 across:2031608k Hopefully someone could help me. I continued digging and in include/linux/hdreg.h I found this: #define SETFEATURES_SET_CACHE 0x54 /* Set Cache segments to SC Reg. However in my case I want to use my graphic card to play games but if i revert to 2.6.18 and try to reinstall the kmod-nvidia, yum forces me to install