cvs commit: src/sys/cam/scsi scsi_cd.c scsi_da.c src/sys/geom
geom_disk.c geom_disk.h geom_subr.c
jdp at polstra.com
Sat Nov 19 10:42:39 PST 2005
On 19-Nov-2005 Jeremie Le Hen wrote:
>> This fix adds a new disk_gone() function which is called by CAM when a
>> drive goes away. It orphans all of the providers associated with the
>> drive, setting an error condition of ENXIO in each one. In addition,
>> we prevent a re-taste on last close for writing if an error condition
>> has been set in the provider.
> This commit stirred my memory up about panicking when hot-unplugging
> an USB key while it is still mounted. I have not been able to track
> HEAD source changes attentively for some time recently but it
> appears from the above description that this awkard behaviour has been
> replaced by a smarter one (IOW, return ENXIO on all pending filesystem
> Thanks in advance for explanations.
This commit may or may not fix those panics -- I don't really know.
There is a lot that can go wrong if you remove a mounted filesystem
from the system.
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