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    On Saturday 20 of March 2004 12:36, Matthias Andree wrote:
    > > Correct answer is: everything is fine, RTFM (man hdparm). ;-)
    >
    > Not everything is fine. hdparm documents -i returns inconsistent data.
    > Most, but _NOT_ _EVERYTHING_ is cached: the multcount is updated, for
    > instance. What is that good for? Mix & Match whatever is convenient?

    I'm aware of this bug - driver shouldn't modify drive->id. Patches are welcomed.

    > Are there systems where -I will not work? If there are none, hdparm 6.0

    It should always work.

    > should be shipped without the -i option.

    Why? It can be sometimes useful for debugging purposes
    and HDIO_GET_IDENTIFY ioctl is not going away in 2.6.x.

    Regards,
    Bartlomiej

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