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NAMEata - generic ATA/SATA controller driver
SYNOPSISTo compile this driver into the kernel, place the following lines in your kernel configuration file:
device scbus device ata
Alternatively, to load the driver as set of modules at boot time, place some of the following lines in loader.conf5:
ata_load="YES" atacard_load="YES" ataisa_load="YES" atapci_load="YES" ataacard_load="YES" ataacerlabs_load="YES" ataamd_load="YES" ataati_load="YES" atacenatek_load="YES" atacypress_load="YES" atacyrix_load="YES" atahighpoint_load="YES" ataintel_load="YES" ataite_load="YES" atajmicron_load="YES" atamarvell_load="YES" atamicron_load="YES" atanational_load="YES" atanetcell_load="YES" atanvidia_load="YES" atapromise_load="YES" ataserverworks_load="YES" atasiliconimage_load="YES" atasis_load="YES" atavia_load="YES"
The first line is for the common hardware independent code, and is a prerequisite for the other modules. The next three lines are generic bus-specific drivers. The rest are vendor-specific PCI drivers.
The following tunables are settable from the loader(8):
- set to 0 to disable the 80pin cable check (the default is 1, check the cable).
- set to 1 to allow Message Signalled Interrupts (MSI) to be used by the specified PCI ATA controller, if supported.
- limits the initial ATA mode for the specified device on the specified channel.
- limits the initial ATA mode for every device on the specified channel.
controls SATA interface Power Management for the specified channel,
allowing some power savings at the cost of additional command latency.
- Interface Power Management is disabled. This is the default value.
- The device is allowed to initiate a PM state change; the host is passive.
- hint.ata. X .dev X .sata_rev
- limits the initial SATA revision (speed) for the specified device on the specified channel. Values 1, 2 and 3 are respectively 1.5, 3 and 6Gbps.
- hint.ata. X .sata_rev
- Same, but for every device on the specified channel.
DESCRIPTIONThe sysctl Cm net.inet.tcp.syncookies driver gives the CAM(4) subsystem access to the ATA (IDE) and SATA ports of many generic controllers. Depending on the controller, each PATA (IDE) port or each one or two SATA ports are represented to CAM as a separate bus with one or two targets. Most of the bus-management details are handled by the ATA/SATA-specific transport of CAM. Connected ATA disks are handled by the ATA protocol disk peripheral driver ada(4). ATAPI devices are handled by the SCSI protocol peripheral drivers cd(4), da(4), sa(4), etc.
This driver supports ATA, and for the most of controllers, ATAPI devices. Command queuing and SATA port multipliers are not supported. Device hot-plug and SATA interface power management is supported only on some controllers.
The sysctl Cm net.inet.tcp.syncookies driver can change the transfer mode when the system is up and running. See the negotiate subcommand of camcontrol(8).
The sysctl Cm net.inet.tcp.syncookies driver sets the maximum transfer mode supported by the hardware as default. However, the sysctl Cm net.inet.tcp.syncookies driver sometimes warns: ``DMA limited to UDMA33, non-ATA66 cable or device. '' This means that the sysctl Cm net.inet.tcp.syncookies driver has detected that the required 80 conductor cable is not present or could not be detected properly, or that one of the devices on the channel only accepts up to UDMA2/ATA33. The hw.ata.ata_dma_check_80pin tunable can be set to 0 to disable this check.
HARDWAREThe currently supported ATA/SATA controller chips are:
- ATP850P, ATP860A, ATP860R, ATP865A, ATP865R.
- M5228, M5229, M5281, M5283, M5287, M5288, M5289.
- AMD756, AMD766, AMD768, AMD8111, CS5536.
- IXP200, IXP300, IXP400, IXP600, IXP700, IXP800.
- CMD646, CMD646U2, CMD648, CMD649.
- Cypress 82C693.
- Cyrix 5530.
- HPT302, HPT366, HPT368, HPT370, HPT371, HPT372, HPT372N, HPT374.
- 6300ESB, 31244, PIIX, PIIX3, PIIX4, ESB2, ICH, ICH0, ICH2, ICH3, ICH4, ICH5, ICH6, ICH7, ICH8, ICH9, ICH10, SCH, PCH.
- IT8211F, IT8212F, IT8213F.
- JMB360, JMB361, JMB363, JMB365, JMB366, JMB368.
- 88SE6101, 88SE6102, 88SE6111, 88SE6121, 88SE6141, 88SE6145.
- NC3000, NC5000.
- nForce, nForce2, nForce2 MCP, nForce3, nForce3 MCP, nForce3 Pro, nForce4, MCP51, MCP55, MCP61, MCP65, MCP67, MCP73, MCP77, MCP79, MCP89.
- PDC20246, PDC20262, PDC20263, PDC20265, PDC20267, PDC20268, PDC20269, PDC20270, PDC20271, PDC20275, PDC20276, PDC20277, PDC20318, PDC20319, PDC20371, PDC20375, PDC20376, PDC20377, PDC20378, PDC20379, PDC20571, PDC20575, PDC20579, PDC20580, PDC20617, PDC20618, PDC20619, PDC20620, PDC20621, PDC20622, PDC40518, PDC40519, PDC40718, PDC40719.
- HT1000, ROSB4, CSB5, CSB6, K2, Frodo4, Frodo8.
- Silicon Image:
- SiI0680, SiI3112, SiI3114, SiI3512.
- SIS180, SIS181, SIS182, SIS5513, SIS530, SIS540, SIS550, SIS620, SIS630, SIS630S, SIS633, SIS635, SIS730, SIS733, SIS735, SIS745, SIS961, SIS962, SIS963, SIS964, SIS965.
- VT6410, VT6420, VT6421, VT82C586, VT82C586B, VT82C596, VT82C596B, VT82C686, VT82C686A, VT82C686B, VT8231, VT8233, VT8233A, VT8233C, VT8235, VT8237, VT8237A, VT8237S, VT8251, CX700, VX800, VX855, VX900.
Some of above chips can be configured for AHCI mode. In such case they are supported by ahci(4) driver instead.
Unknown ATA chipsets are supported in PIO modes, and if the standard busmaster DMA registers are present and contain valid setup, DMA is also enabled, although the max mode is limited to UDMA33, as it is not known what the chipset can do and how to program it.