[t13] SCSI ATA f/w revision bytes how many
jgarzik at pobox.com
Mon May 24 13:15:31 PDT 2004
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Pat LaVarre wrote:
> Kindly offline I am reminded that people say Linux has a couple of
> generations of bidirectional ATA pass thru defined, also Microsoft has a
> bidirectional ATA pass thru in Windows Server 2003 ...
> If true, then to add ATA into SCSI, we could emulate either of those
> standards with a command out/ data out command followed by a data in/
> status in command.
Correct, and that was my approach.
The biggest task is attempting to fit all information I need to properly
set up an ATA taskfile into a 16-byte CDB. I may use SCSI's variable
CDB standard, or some other solution (such as an ioctl directly
submitting the taskfile) if SCSI CDB size limitations prove too annoying.
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