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Subjectsbpcd woes under 2.0.10
Eberhard,

I have 2 cdroms attached to my SB16:

sbpcd-0 [01]: sbpcd.c v4.4 Eberhard Moenkeberg <emoenke@gwdg.de>
sbpcd-0 [02]: Drive 0 (ID=0): CD-55 (1011) at 0x230 (type 1)
sbpcd-1 [03]: Drive 1 (ID=1): CR-563 (0.75) at 0x230 (type 1)
sbpcd-0 [04]: data buffer size: 8 frames.
sbpcd-1 [05]: data buffer size: 8 frames.
sbpcd-1 [06]: audio buffer size: 75 frames.
sbpcd-0 [07]: TocDesc: 00 01 01 0048153A
sbpcd-0 [08]: TocEntry: 00 41 01 00 00000200
sbpcd-0 [09]: MultiSession Info: 00 0A 01 01 00 14 01 00 00 00 02 00 (0)
sbpcd-0 [10]: TocEntry: 00 41 01 00 00000200
sbpcd-0 [11]: ioctl: CDROMMULTISESSION done (0, 00000000).
ISO9660 Extensions: RRIP_1991A
I got about 13 of these after trying to 'ls /cdrom1' (drive 0)
while I had xmcd playing a music CD in drive 1.

sbpcd-1 [31]: sbpcd_open: ResponseStatus timed out (-401).

This repeated about once every 20 seconds or so. During this
time the load average was around 2. I could not kill the 'ls'
process. xmcd seemed to be stuck as well. I could not get it to
stop playing the CD. I tried to reboot, but was forced to use
the reset button when became apparent that the cdrom would not
umount.

Please let me know if you need more information.

Rob
(rriggs@tesser.com)

E-Mail: Rob Riggs <rriggs@tesser.com>

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