In article <email@example.com>,
Alan Cox <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> [Folks please check this for missing stuff and missed fixes]
> Linux sends a 1K buffer with SCSI inquiries. The ANSI-SCSI limit is
> Linux uses TEST_UNIT_READY to chck for device presence on a PUN/LUN.
> INQUIRY is the only valid test allowed by the spec.
I saw that linux 2.2 sends a TEST_UNIT_READY, and, after, a INQUIRY.
There's any reason to do this? Also, my CD-R keeps reseting the scsi bus
when it is probed for LUNS !=0, this may be the cause? (Adding it to the
blacklist resolves my problem).
My CD-R is a SONY CD-R CDU926S Rev 1.1e (as I got from /proc/scsi/scsi),
connected to a Adaptec AHA-2940.
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