Re: ide-scsi "lost interrupt" (2.6.0-test9)
From: bill davidsen
Date: Fri Nov 07 2003 - 17:18:14 EST
In article <20031028230910.GM32594@xxxxxxxxxx>,
Chris Ruvolo <chris+lkml@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
| When attempting to use cdrecord under 2.6.0-test9 with a ide-scsi ATAPI
| device, the burn fails and I get the following kernel output. This has
| happened both times I tried to burn a CD, at both 4x and 2x write. This is
| with DMA disabled via "/sbin/hdparm -d 0 /dev/hdc".
| Any advise here? (cdrecord with -dev=ATAPI doesn't seem to work)
You probably need a newer version of cdrecord for that. Read on.
| BTW, there doesn't seem to be a maintainer for the ide-scsi module. Is that
| Also, there's another ide-scsi problem I just noticed. When unloading the
| ide-scsi module and reloading it, it gets assigned a new bus. On the
| initial load my CD device as -dev=0,0,0. Now it is -dev=2,0,0. The code to
| unregister the bus seems to have been removed between -test1 and -test9.
| Can anyone say why?
I think that's a kernel feature in general, if I unplug and replug my
USB flash reader I get a new bus as well.
bill davidsen <davidsen@xxxxxxx>
CTO, TMR Associates, Inc
Doing interesting things with little computers since 1979.
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