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SubjectRe: scsi init problem in 2.4.0-test10?
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You need to send the TUR first, but yes,
START_STOP will guarantee that you are
ready to rock and roll.
The first fix I wrote did a TUR, then
3 tries at a START_STOP, till it worked.

cheers,

Elizabeth

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> On Thu, Nov 02, 2000 at 03:58:24PM -0600, Elizabeth Morris-Baker wrote:
> > Basically the problem is in scan_scsis_single.
> > Some scsi devices are notoriously brain dead
> > about answering inquiries without having=20
> > recived a TUR and then spinning up.
> > The problem seems to be the disk, not the controller,
> > if this is the same problem.
> >=20
> > The problem appeared in the test kernels because
> > the TUR *used* to be there, now it is not.
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> Strictly speaking, shouldn't we send a START_STOP, not a TUR to get the
> disks (or other devices) to spin up?
>
> Matt
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> Matthew Dharm Home: mdharm-usb@one-eyed-alien.=
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> Maintainer, Linux USB Mass Storage Driver
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