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    On Sunday 24 April 2005 18:55, Jeff Garzik wrote:
    > > I've been digging through sr, scsi, sata_via, libata-scsi and
    > > libata-core, littering the code with printk's.
    > > My lack of knowledge on how the kernel handles devices, is really showing
    > > now.
    > > I've been unable to figure out what is supposed to tie sr to the devices
    > > probed by sata_via. Also, littering sr with printk's gave me the idea
    > > that sr is not even looking for cdrom devices. It loads, does the basic
    > > module __init stuff and then silence. Should sr find devices itself or is
    > > the kernel supposed to inform sr via some callback hook? I could really
    > > be barking up the wrong tree here, and not even see it.
    > > Enabling SCSI logging and kernel debug didn't really give me anything
    > > useful.
    > Did you turn on ATA_ENABLE_ATAPI in include/linux/libata.h?

    Tried with it both defined and undefined. When it's defined an extra line is
    added (the last one below) when loading the sata_via module:

    sata_via version 1.1
    ACPI: PCI interrupt 0000:00:0f.0[B] -> GSI 20 (level, low) -> IRQ 20
    sata_via(0000:00:0f.0): routed to hard irq line 4
    ata3: SATA max UDMA/133 cmd 0xE800 ctl 0xE402 bmdma 0xD400 irq 20
    ata4: SATA max UDMA/133 cmd 0xE000 ctl 0xD802 bmdma 0xD408 irq 20
    ata3: dev 0 cfg 49:0f00 82:0000 83:0000 84:0000 85:0000 86:0000 87:0000
    88:0007
    ata3: dev 0 ATAPI, max UDMA/33
    ata3: dev 0 configured for UDMA/33
    scsi2 : sata_via
    ata4: no device found (phy stat 00000000)
    scsi3 : sata_via
    ata3: command 0xa0 timeout, stat 0xd0 host_stat 0x1

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    Regards,
    Tais M. Hansen
    OSD

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