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Old 05-07-2009, 07:16 AM   #1
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ATA UDMA Downgrade: Port # 3

Good morning. I am not sure if this post belongs in this category - if not - can an admin please place it in the correct location.

We have a lefthandnetworks san that will not boot. When the device boots, we keep seeing the error "ATA UDMA Downgrade: Port #3"

Our san has is ISCSI, has 16 250 gig SATA drives, and is Raid 5.

Does anyone know what this error means, or how to get arond it? thanks.


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