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mlw :
as777
At Preallocation =2, after adding  hangup it is normal, =1 if be not afraid of a terrible defragmentation)

I do not mean time for place search for a disk, and already when record goes, i.e. the place is already selected and then already through time hangup, begins more truly, touch with the computer is lost and  are not swung, it is necessary 5-10 to stop time of downloading and to restart a player that a film to download besides Preallocation has no value at  and at me starts to pass half of packets generally and remaining go with a terrible time delay, at the same time from the panel is possible to watch film or to come into adjustments, and a player will restart and again all works and ping <1.

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The November insertion , hangs stablly at least once a day. It besides that the screw inside is not present also application I too did not put.

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zipun :
The November insertion , hangs stablly at least once a day. It besides that the screw inside is not present also application I too did not put.

Without  at me does not hang at all round the clock even if distributes it is a lot of

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All already appreciated updated A-210?
http://www.popcornhour.com/onlinestore/ … t/24_1.jpg [off] (A-210 - 2048x1000, 117.5Kb) [/off]

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ink0gnit0 :
All already appreciated updated A-210?
Just did not see as the heat emission from the processor on the case is implemented

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And the main thing from a hard.

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wildflexy
Listen, and you should to ask be made/collected version Linux Term Utils with bridge USB unit <=> SATA which costs on A-200? On the same technology as you recovered PTY unit. If it probably, of course, collect, . I am assured percent on 90 that if to deliver version Linux Term Utils with  the bridge unit on a flash card and to stitch an insertion from C-200 will work, and with the built in hard (I so understand, it in A-200 hangs on USB to the bus through the bridge, and this unit you you will recover smile
Thanks in advance

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jiri
1. It is a question not to wildflexy , and to Padavan
2. In a sigma 2 ports SATA and in 200 the hard is connected through one of them, differently speed at a hard there would be at level 17-20/, and it 45-50:shuffle:

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Poslanec
What for then on A200 there is bridge SATA-> USB2?
jiri
I am glad to look, yes here there is no near at hand device A200. I at all do not know precisely to what port is connected SATA a disk at A200. Driver Tango3-SATA is in a kernel for 200, therefore at kernel level the controler could not fall off. Bridge SATA-> USB2 also does not demand any driver and should be identified USB by the controler. I think business much worse, the new insertion checks XENV and if it not C200 a device, it disconnects logic in OSD for SATA drives.
To begin with allow to look at broad gull A200/tmp/messages with the connected internal disk.

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wildflexy
The citation:
antoshinsv:
It seems to me that you strongly exaggerate a problem. At me too WD EARS, all applications are installed on a disk, any "" did not put. In real life while never was noticeable problems which "hinder to live".
And what speeds of record on internal HDD with exterior USB-HDD and with PC on a hose on internal HDD at you?

Here today, at last, measured speed USB-Slave.
Ran chtenie/zapis a file.mkv it is powerful 17,2 .
Results: disk reading -200 - average 17,9 MB\S (a maximum 18,4 MB\S in window Windows);
Disk writing -200 - average 14,9 MB\S (a maximum 15,6 MB\S in window Windows).
Average rate received, noting time of reading/record.

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Padavan :
To begin with allow to look at broad gull A200/tmp/messages with the connected internal disk.

]# cat/tmp/messages
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c syslog.info syslogd started: BusyBox v1.17.3
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.notice kernel: klogd started: BusyBox v1.17.3 (2010-11-09 10:40:33 PM KRAT)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.notice kernel: Linux version 2.6.22.19-27-4 (release@earth) (gcc version 4.3.2 (Sourcery G ++ Lite 4.3-51)) #133 PREEMPT Tue Nov 9 0:37:08 PM MYT 2010
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Mixed DRAM usage enabled.
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Configured for SMP864x, detected SMP8643 (revision ES3).
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Detected CPU/System/DSP Frequencies: 661.50/330.75/330.75MHz
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: SMP86xx Enabled Devices under Linux/XENV 0xcf79bcb0 = 0x001103f8
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: Ethernet Ethernet1 IR FIP I2CM I2CS SDIO USB SATA
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Desired kernel memory size: 0x05000000
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Max. DRAM0/1 size allowed: 0x0c000000/0x00004000
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Mapped 0x80000000 (size 0x04000000) via remap2
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Mapped 0x84000000 (size 0x01000000) via remap3
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Final kernel memory size: 0x05000000
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: CPU revision is: 00019749
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: FPU revision is: 01739300
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Determined physical RAM map:
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: memory: 05000000 04000000 (usable)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Desired kernel memory size: 0x0c000000
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Max. DRAM0/1 size allowed: 0x0c000000/0x00004000
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Mapped 0x80000000 (size 0x04000000) via remap2
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Mapped 0x84000000 (size 0x04000000) via remap3
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Mapped 0x88000000 (size 0x04000000) via remap4
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Final kernel memory size: 0x0c000000
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: User-defined physical RAM map:
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: memory: 0c000000 04000000 (usable)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: Wasting 131072 bytes for tracking 4096 unused pages
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: Initrd not found or empty - disabling initrd
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.debug kernel: On node 0 totalpages: 16384
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.debug kernel: DMA zone: 32 pages used for memmap
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.debug kernel: DMA zone: 0 pages reserved
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.debug kernel: DMA zone: 16352 pages, LIFO batch:3
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.debug kernel: Normal zone: 0 pages used for memmap
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Built 1 zonelists. Total pages: 16352
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.notice kernel: Kernel command line: console=ttyS0 mem=192M quiet
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Primary instruction cache 32kB, 4-way, physically tagged, linesize 32 bytes.
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Primary data cache 32kB, 4-way, virtually tagged, no aliases, linesize 32 bytes
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: Synthesized TLB refill handler (19 instructions).
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: Synthesized TLB load handler fastpath (31 instructions).
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: Synthesized TLB store handler fastpath (31 instructions).
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: Synthesized TLB modify handler fastpath (30 instructions).
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: PID hash table entries: 1024 (order: 10, 4096 bytes)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Using 330.750 MHz high precision timer.
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Console: color dummy device 80x25
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Dentry cache hash table entries: 32768 (order: 3, 131072 bytes)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Inode-cache hash table entries: 16384 (order: 2, 65536 bytes)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: Memory: 185904k/196608k available (3438k kernel code, 10448k reserved, 737k data, 5136k init, 0k highmem)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.debug kernel: Calibrating delay loop... 330.13 BogoMIPS (lpj=1650688)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Mount-cache hash table entries: 2048
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: NET: Registered protocol family 16
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.notice kernel: PCI: pci host support disabled
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.notice kernel: SCSI subsystem initialized
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.debug kernel: libata version 2.21 loaded.
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: usbcore: registered new interface driver usbfs
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: usbcore: registered new interface driver hub
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: usbcore: registered new device driver usb
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: NET: Registered protocol family 2
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: Time: TANGOX clocksource has been installed.
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: IP route cache hash table entries: 4096 (order: 0, 16384 bytes)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: TCP established hash table entries: 8192 (order: 2, 65536 bytes)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: TCP bind hash table entries: 8192 (order: 1, 32768 bytes)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: TCP: Hash tables configured (established 8192 bind 8192)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: TCP reno registered
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: squashfs: version 3.4 (2008/08/26) Phillip Lougher
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: Installing knfsd (copyright (A C) 1996 okir@monad.swb.de).
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: io scheduler noop registered
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: io scheduler anticipatory registered (default)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: SMP86xx ir (254:0): driver loaded (wait_period = 100ms, buffer_size = 6)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: fip: using hwi2c
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: SMP86xx fip (253:0): driver loaded (buffer_size = 2)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: tango3dog: Hardware Watchdog Timer for SMP864x/SMP865x 0.1 (def. timeout: 30 sec)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: Serial: 8250/16550 driver $Revision: 1.90$3 ports, IRQ sharing disabled
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: serial8250: ttyS0 at MMIO 0x0 (irq = 9) is a 16550A
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: serial8250: ttyS1 at MMIO 0x0 (irq = 10) is a 16550A
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: loop: module loaded
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.err kernel: tangox_enet0: detected phy vsc8601 at address 0x01
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: tangox_enet0: Ethernet driver for SMP864x/SMP865x internal MAC core 0: 1000Mbps Base at 0x26000
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: tangox_enet0: mac address 00:06:dc:81:23:bd
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: tangox_enet1: Ralink MII card not detected
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: k_name=Tangox SATA 0 driver=Tangox SATA 0
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: SATA version 0x3139302a ID 0x0 is detected
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: scsi0: Tangox SATA 0
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: ata1: SATA max UDMA/133 cmd 0xa0023000 ctl 0xa0023020 bmdma 0xcdcdcdcd irq 49
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: ata1: SATA link down (SStatus 0 SControl 310)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: k_name=Tangox SATA 1 driver=Tangox SATA 1
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: SATA version 0x3139302a ID 0x0 is detected
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: scsi1: Tangox SATA 0
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: ata2: SATA max UDMA/133 cmd 0xa0023800 ctl 0xa0023820 bmdma 0xcdcdcdcd irq 62
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: ata2: port is slow to respond, please be patient (Status 0x80)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: ata2: SATA link up 1.5 Gbps (SStatus 113 SControl 310)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: ata2.00: Host Protected Area detected:
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: current size: 3907029168 sectors
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: native size:-387938128 sectors
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: ata2.00: ATA-8: WDC WD20EARS-00S8B1, 80.00A80, max UDMA/133
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: ata2.00: 3907029168 sectors, multi 0: LBA48 NCQ (depth 0/32)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: ata2.00: Host Protected Area detected:
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: current size: 3907029168 sectors
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: native size:-387938128 sectors
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: ata2.00: configured for UDMA/133
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.notice kernel: scsi 1:0:0:0: Direct-Access ATA WDC WD20EARS-00S 80.0 PQ: 0 ANSI: 5
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: ata2: dev 0 max request 256 sectors (lba48)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.notice kernel: sd 1:0:0:0: [sda] 3907029168 512-byte hardware sectors (2000399 MB)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.notice kernel: sd 1:0:0:0: [sda] Write Protect is off
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.debug kernel: sd 1:0:0:0: [sda] Mode Sense: 00 3a 00 00
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.notice kernel: sd 1:0:0:0: [sda] Write cache: enabled, read cache: enabled, does not support DPO or FUA
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.notice kernel: sd 1:0:0:0: [sda] 3907029168 512-byte hardware sectors (2000399 MB)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.notice kernel: sd 1:0:0:0: [sda] Write Protect is off
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.debug kernel: sd 1:0:0:0: [sda] Mode Sense: 00 3a 00 00
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.notice kernel: sd 1:0:0:0: [sda] Write cache: enabled, read cache: enabled, does not support DPO or FUA
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: sda: sda1 sda2 sda3 sda4
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.notice kernel: sd 1:0:0:0: [sda] Attached SCSI disk
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.notice kernel: sd 1:0:0:0: Attached scsi generic sg0 type 0
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: driver tangox-ehci-hcd, 10 Dec 2004
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: TangoX USB initializing...
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: tangox-ehci-hcd tangox-ehci-hcd: TangoX USB 2.0
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: tangox-ehci-hcd tangox-ehci-hcd: new USB bus registered, assigned bus number 1
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: tangox-ehci-hcd tangox-ehci-hcd: irq 48, io mem 0xa0021400
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: tangox-ehci-hcd tangox-ehci-hcd: USB 0.0 started, EHCI 1.00, driver 10 Dec 2004
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: usb usb1: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: hub 1-0:1.0: USB hub found
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: hub 1-0:1.0: 2 ports detected
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.debug kernel: tangox-ohci-hcd: 2006 August 04 USB 1.1 ' Open ' Host Controller (OHCI) Driver
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: TangoX USB was initialized.
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: Initializing TangoX USB OHCI Controller Membase=0xa0021500, irq=47
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: tangox-ohci-hcd tangox-ohci-hcd: USB Host Controller
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: tangox-ohci-hcd tangox-ohci-hcd: new USB bus registered, assigned bus number 2
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: tangox-ohci-hcd tangox-ohci-hcd: irq 47, io mem 0xa0021500
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: usb usb2: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: hub 2-0:1.0: USB hub found
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: hub 2-0:1.0: 2 ports detected
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: Initializing USB Mass Storage driver...
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: usbcore: registered new interface driver usb-storage
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: USB Mass Storage support registered.
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: device-mapper: ioctl: 4.11.0-ioctl (2006-10-12) initialised: dm-devel@redhat.com
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: device-mapper: loop: registered v0.419
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: usbcore: registered new interface driver hiddev
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: usbcore: registered new interface driver usbhid
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: drivers/hid/usbhid/hid-core.c: v2.6:USB HID core driver
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: TCP cubic registered
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: NET: Registered protocol family 1
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: NET: Registered protocol family 17
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: Freeing unused kernel memory: 5136k freed
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: sigmablock: module license ' Proprietary ' taints kernel.
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: CS 0 vendor id 0xec.......
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: CS 0 device id 0xda.......
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel:.....................................................................................................
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: ********************** Parition configureations for CS 0 *******************
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: **** parition 1 offset [0x00000000] + size [0x00080000] = [0x00080000] ****
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: **** parition 2 offset [0x00080000] + size [0x00040000] = [0x000c0000] ****
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: **** parition 3 offset [0x000c0000] + size [0x00800000] = [0x008c0000] ****
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: **** parition 4 offset [0x008c0000] + size [0x02800000] = [0x030c0000] ****
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: **** parition 5 offset [0x030c0000] + size [0x01400000] = [0x044c0000] ****
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: **** parition 6 offset [0x044c0000] + size [0x00300000] = [0x047c0000] ****
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: **** parition 7 offset [0x047c0000] + size [0x00400000] = [0x04bc0000] ****
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: **** parition 8 offset [0x04bc0000] + size [0x00400000] = [0x04fc0000] ****
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: **** parition 9 offset [0x04fc0000] + size [0x00900000] = [0x058c0000] ****
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: **** parition 10 offset [0x058c0000] + size [0x00200000] = [0x05ac0000] ****
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: **** parition 11 offset [0x05ac0000] + size [0x00040000] = [0x05b00000] ****
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: **** parition 12 offset [0x05b00000] + size [0x04000000] = [0x09b00000] ****
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: **** parition 13 offset [0x09b00000] + size [0x02000000] = [0x0bb00000] ****
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: **** parition 14 offset [0x0bb00000] + size [0x01000000] = [0x0cb00000] ****
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: chip_index 0 pos 0
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: CS 1 vendor id 0x00.......
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: CS 1 device id 0x00.......
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: nand_probe Error on chip 1 ret code-13
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: Tuxera NTFS driver 3010.4.14 [Flags: R/W MODULE].
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: eth0: link up, 1000Mbps, full-duplex, lpa 0xCDE1
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: kjournald starting. Commit interval 5 seconds
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: EXT3 FS on sigmblockn, internal journal
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: EXT3-fs: mounted filesystem with ordered data mode.
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: kjournald starting. Commit interval 5 seconds
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: EXT3 FS on sigmblocko, internal journal
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: EXT3-fs: mounted filesystem with ordered data mode.
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: eth0: link down
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.warn kernel: mumk_register_tasklet: (0) tasklet c0224000 status @c039c734
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: kjournald starting. Commit interval 5 seconds
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: EXT3 FS on sda1, internal journal
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: EXT3-fs: mounted filesystem with ordered data mode.
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: kjournald starting. Commit interval 5 seconds
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: EXT3 FS on sda1, internal journal
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: EXT3-fs: mounted filesystem with ordered data mode.
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: eth0: link up, 100Mbps, full-duplex, lpa 0xCDE1
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: Adding 500704k swap on/dev/sda2. Priority:0 extents:1 across:500704k
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: kjournald starting. Commit interval 5 seconds
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: EXT3 FS on sda3, internal journal
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: EXT3-fs: mounted filesystem with ordered data mode.
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: kjournald starting. Commit interval 5 seconds
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: EXT3 FS on sda4, internal journal
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.info kernel: EXT3-fs: mounted filesystem with ordered data mode.
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.debug kernel: ir: Enable NEC decoder (0x00000000)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.debug kernel: ir: Enable RC5 decoder (0x00000000)
Nov 27 8:17:45 PM PCH-A200-86e6c user.debug kernel: ir: Enable RC6 decoder
Nov 27 8:17:46 PM PCH-A200-86e6c auth.info passwd: Password for root changed by root
Nov 27 8:21:24 PM PCH-A200-86e6c auth.info login [1135]: root login on ' ttyp0'
Nov 27 8:24:48 PM PCH-A200-86e6c ftp.info pure-ftpd: (?@?) [INFO] New connection from?
Nov 27 8:24:48 PM PCH-A200-86e6c ftp.info pure-ftpd: (?@?) [INFO] nmt is now logged in
Nov 27 2:25:56 PM PCH-A200-86e6c ftp.notice pure-ftpd: (nmt@?) [NOTICE] /opt/sybhttpd/localhost.drives//SATA_DISK/Apps/messages downloaded (19362 bytes, 11635.38KB/sec)
Nov 27 8:37:25 PM PCH-A200-86e6c auth.info login [1791]: root login on ' ttyp1'
PCH-A200-86e6c [~] #

I am sorry, but could not issue a post with  a file.:shuffle:

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Re: Popcorn Hour A-200/A-210 (a part 2)

Padavan
What for then on A200 there is bridge SATA-> USB2?
I suspect for USB-Slave which is not present in 200

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Re: Popcorn Hour A-200/A-210 (a part 2)

tvbyter
It is a broad gull with native insertion A200?
From a broad gull it is accurately visible that is valid, internal HDD hangs on native  SATA the controler without any bridges. Hangs on the second port. The kernel completely sees SATA the controler, sees on it HDD.
It would be quite good to have a broad gull after  on C200. If someone was already stitched (losing internal HDD), the request to lay out a broad gull. Also at connected (but not visible from OSD) a disk it is necessary to make blkid and df.
Very much and very similar on a reef which has specially been enclosed. Most likely syb_framework checks XENV and at detection   SATA a drive in the interface. It is very strange, at least it was necessary simply  BD Java.

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Re: Popcorn Hour A-200/A-210 (a part 2)

It at me the unusual setap/hard/hard lot, but after an insertion November A-200 ceased to work for me lighthttpd. Tried both 4.27, and 4.23, which in Gaya. CSI Installer Writes "Started", and services, which on it hang (Gaya, FileManager) do not work as though.... You Take down - there and then work again. On an April insertion lighthttpd fried with might and main...

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Re: Popcorn Hour A-200/A-210 (a part 2)

Padavan
Only at me the screw is not present (

 # df
Filesystem Size Used Available Use % Mounted on
tmpfs 93.4M 528.0K 92.9M 1 %/tmp
/dev/sigmblocke 23.3M 23.3M 0 100 %/opt/syb
/dev/sigmblockm 6.4M 6.4M 0 100 %/opt/syb/local
/dev/sigmblockn 31.0M 2.5M 26.9M 9 %/opt/syb/usr
/dev/sigmblocko 15.5M 2.3M 12.4M 16 %/etc/stagecraft-data
/dev/sigmblockf 17.6M 17.6M 0 100 %/opt/syb/share
/dev/nblock8 3.9M 2.0M 1.6M 55 %/mnt
/dev/sda1 751.3M 70.1M 681.1M 9 %/nmt
/dev/sda3 238.7M 27.7M 211.0M 12 %/opt/sybhttpd/localhost.drives/USB_DRIVE
/dev/sda2 939.0M 16.1M 922.9M 2 %/persistfs
df: /opt/sybhttpd/localhost.drives/NETWORK_SHARE/SA1: Stale NFS file handle

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Re: Popcorn Hour A-200/A-210 (a part 2)

tvbyter
Watched film AVP_F7 (the stranger against a predator) 36 Gb an image Bluray a disk,  44,5 Mbps, with NAS servers on a samba - visually brakes did not note. An insertion November.
For purity of experiment it was rolled away on the May I ask - all became normal, on a samba of brakes is not present.
Padavan
If on NAS is NFS the server, it is not necessary to look through a samba. NFS is much better itself conducts on peaks  which on BD it is a lot of. In places there can be peaks to 60 Mbit\s. The samba can falter. That sense that playing thick BD through a samba, you always go on a razor edge. Safety factor practically is not present. What for it to do, if it is possible to start up more optimal protocol which gives 40 % of a store on  through the same wire, withstands any peaks and allows to use more smoothly to a prohank.
Into account NFS no doubt, but at me the NFS-server is lifted under FreeNAS, is possible in this sheaf there are problems that transmission on a NFS-sou goes with brakes, in a profile branch the people complained that at the Dune similar problems are watched. A November and May insertion behave equally, brake. I will understand with NFS. If there are what ideas, will be glad to hear.

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Re: Popcorn Hour A-200/A-210 (a part 2)

Andy54
At me the NFS-server is lifted under FreeNAS, is possible in this sheaf there are problems
At  with NFS under FreeNAS there are no problems, and here with a problem fragmentation under FreeNAS also are present, as well as on the subject and  on   also it is required to adjust, one of the variants, not demanding special adjustment - is swung on one hard (not great volume - 100-200), on termination of -  transfers all on the second (big, cold )

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Re: Popcorn Hour A-200/A-210 (a part 2)

Poslanec
Actually the system and is constructed, kachaetsja-is distributed from one disk, and for review-storage is transferred on other disk.  it is exposed - 2.

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Re: Popcorn Hour A-200/A-210 (a part 2)

Andy54
Then I do not know that for
At me brakes with  neither on , nor on a samba are not present

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Re: Popcorn Hour A-200/A-210 (a part 2)

jiri :
It at me the unusual setap/hard/hard lot, but after an insertion November A-200 ceased to work for me lighthttpd. Tried both 4.27, and 4.23, which in Gaya. CSI Installer Writes "Started", and services, which on it hang (Gaya, FileManager) do not work as though.... You Take down - there and then work again. On an April insertion lighthttpd fried with might and main...

At me too was after an insertion and update lightpd to last services too ceased to work, at first could not guess that from for lightpd but then read on  a forum that Lightpd it is just necessary to reinstall once again then and all earned, reinstalled it when all remaining has already been installed

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Re: Popcorn Hour A-200/A-210 (a part 2)

To All
http://crave.cnet.co.uk/homecinema/popc … -50001734/
produced opening 210:love:
Study:gigi:
Adding from 11/28/2010 13:26:
http://crave.cnet.co.uk/homecinema/popc … -50001734/

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Re: Popcorn Hour A-200/A-210 (a part 2)

Hello! Became owner -200.
Is : At it network like , connected a player to a computer - we look connection convergence, speed writes 100, and it would be desirable 1000 smile
And still, in player adjustments - the Network-> Ethernet Configuration is two points: 1. A car adjustment and 2. 10/100 Mbps And where 1000??? How to adjust, prompt please...
If it is possible on points, or a reference what. smile
P.S. I apologize, if it was already considered.
In advance Thanks

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Re: Popcorn Hour A-200/A-210 (a part 2)

ARK_Commandos
At it network like ,
That's it that like...
And where 1000???
And it also is the Car.
P.S. I apologize, if it was already considered.
Instead of apologies, would esteem a forum is better.

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Re: Popcorn Hour A-200/A-210 (a part 2)

Cyril Nikitin
K to you the heat sink for the Hard in 210?

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Re: Popcorn Hour A-200/A-210 (a part 2)

amatuer

K to you the heat sink for the Hard in 210?

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