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Re: [opensuse] Ayuda con error de autobús

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Subject: Re: [opensuse] Ayuda con error de autobús
From: Dave Howorth <dhoworth@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 05 Sep 2011 14:14:21 +0100
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Robert *Schweikert escribió:
> *Hi,
> 
> Cuando de sábado 09/3/11 estoy consiguiendo el siguiendo errores en el sistema *log:
> 
> *Sep  3 01:43:13 triunfo *kernel: [45797.024210] *ata1.00: excepción *Emask
> 0*x10 *SAct 0*x0 *SErr 0*x280100 acción 0*x6
> *Sep  3 01:43:13 triunfo *kernel: [45797.024229] *ata1.00: *BMDMA *stat 0*x26
> *Sep  3 01:43:13 triunfo *kernel: [45797.024243] *ata1.00: *SError:
> #unknown{^*UnrecovData 10*B8*B *BadCRC }
> *Sep  3 01:43:13 triunfo *kernel: [45797.024259] *ata1.00: orden fallada:
> EXT de DMA LEÍDO
> *Sep  3 01:43:13 triunfo *kernel: [45797.024277] *ata1.00: *cmd
> 25/00:00:73:*d6:20/00:01:21:00:00/*e0 *tag 0 *dma 131072 en
> *Sep  3 01:43:13 triunfo *kernel: [45797.024279]          *res
> 51/84:*df:94:*d6:20/84:00:21:00:00/*e0 *Emask 0*x30 (error de autobús anfitrión)
> *Sep  3 01:43:13 triunfo *kernel: [45797.024306] *ata1.00: estado: #unknown{^*DRDY
> ERR }
> *Sep  3 01:43:13 triunfo *kernel: [45797.024319] *ata1.00: error: #unknown{^*ICRC
> *ABRT }
> *Sep  3 01:43:13 triunfo *kernel: [45797.024338] *ata1.00: duro *resetting vínculo
> *Sep  3 01:43:13 triunfo *kernel: [45797.329047] *ata1.01: duro *resetting vínculo
> *Sep  3 01:43:13 triunfo *kernel: [45797.785097] *ata1.00: *SATA vínculo arriba de 3.0
> *Gbps (*SStatus 123 *SControl 300)
> *Sep  3 01:43:13 triunfo *kernel: [45797.785110] *ata1.01: *SATA enlaza abajo
> (*SStatus 0 *SControl 300)
> *Sep  3 01:43:13 triunfo *kernel: [45797.791324] *ata1.00: configurado para
> *UDMA/133
> *Sep  3 01:43:13 triunfo *kernel: [45797.791405] *ata1: el EH completa
> 
> No seguro qué para hacer de esto. Corrí '*zypper arriba de' en viernes, pero
> olvidar lo que consiguió #actualizar. había ningún cambio al hardware. Yo también
> *fiddled alrededor de con conseguir el *GNOME *keyring *daemon corriendo en *Xfce.
> Aquello es sobre todos los cambios recientes puedo recordar.
> 
> -> *uname -Un
> triunfo de Linux 2.6.37.6-0.7-*desktop #1 SMP *PREEMPT 2011-07-21 02:17:24
> +0200 *x86_64 *x86_64 *x86_64 *GNU/Linux
> 
> *openSUSE 11.4 plenamente *patched. El resultado de todo de esto es que en órdenes
> de tiempo toman *forever para ejecutar, incluso corriendo un sencillo "*cal 2011" puede
> tomar un minuto o tan. El jugador de música consigue interrumpido y el sistema en
> general justo aparece a establo, no una sorpresa si el *harddrive
> la conexión consigue perdida.
> 
> Cualesquier ideas? Es mi *motherboard bajando los tubos? A pesar de que es sólo un
> par de los años viejos.

Es un *SATA error, el cual pienso está diciéndote sobre errores de CRC, pero
es más allá mi *foo si aquello es entre *motherboard y controlador, o controlador
y disco, o dentro de ninguno de los tres componentes.

El recurso a *decode los detalles es en
<*https://*ata.*wiki.*kernel.*org/Índice.*php/*Libata_Mensajes_de error>

*HTH, *Dave
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Robert Schweikert wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> As of Saturday 09/3/11 I am getting the following errors in the system log:
> 
> Sep  3 01:43:13 triumph kernel: [45797.024210] ata1.00: exception Emask
> 0x10 SAct 0x0 SErr 0x280100 action 0x6
> Sep  3 01:43:13 triumph kernel: [45797.024229] ata1.00: BMDMA stat 0x26
> Sep  3 01:43:13 triumph kernel: [45797.024243] ata1.00: SError: {
> UnrecovData 10B8B BadCRC }
> Sep  3 01:43:13 triumph kernel: [45797.024259] ata1.00: failed command:
> READ DMA EXT
> Sep  3 01:43:13 triumph kernel: [45797.024277] ata1.00: cmd
> 25/00:00:73:d6:20/00:01:21:00:00/e0 tag 0 dma 131072 in
> Sep  3 01:43:13 triumph kernel: [45797.024279]          res
> 51/84:df:94:d6:20/84:00:21:00:00/e0 Emask 0x30 (host bus error)
> Sep  3 01:43:13 triumph kernel: [45797.024306] ata1.00: status: { DRDY
> ERR }
> Sep  3 01:43:13 triumph kernel: [45797.024319] ata1.00: error: { ICRC
> ABRT }
> Sep  3 01:43:13 triumph kernel: [45797.024338] ata1.00: hard resetting link
> Sep  3 01:43:13 triumph kernel: [45797.329047] ata1.01: hard resetting link
> Sep  3 01:43:13 triumph kernel: [45797.785097] ata1.00: SATA link up 3.0
> Gbps (SStatus 123 SControl 300)
> Sep  3 01:43:13 triumph kernel: [45797.785110] ata1.01: SATA link down
> (SStatus 0 SControl 300)
> Sep  3 01:43:13 triumph kernel: [45797.791324] ata1.00: configured for
> UDMA/133
> Sep  3 01:43:13 triumph kernel: [45797.791405] ata1: EH complete
> 
> Not sure what to make of this. I did run 'zypper up' on Friday, but
> forget what got updated. There were no changes to the hardware. I also
> fiddled around with getting the GNOME keyring daemon running on Xfce.
> That's about all the recent changes I can recall.
> 
> -> uname -a
> Linux triumph 2.6.37.6-0.7-desktop #1 SMP PREEMPT 2011-07-21 02:17:24
> +0200 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
> 
> openSUSE 11.4 fully patched. The result of all of this is that at time
> commands take forever to execute, even running a simple "cal 2011" may
> take a minute or so. The music player gets interrupted and the system in
> general just appears to stall, not a surprise if the harddrive
> connection gets lost.
> 
> Any ideas? Is my motherboard going down the tubes? Although it's only a
> couple of years old.

It's a SATA error, which I think is telling you about CRC errors, but
it's beyond my foo whether that's between motherboard and controller, or
controller and disk, or within any of the three components.

The resource to decode the details is at
<https://ata.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/Libata_error_messages>

HTH, Dave
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