Intel RAID Controller ...

Justin T. Gibbs gibbs at
Fri Apr 11 15:44:18 PDT 2003

>> Apr 10 10:58:05 neptune /kernel: aacp0: <SCSI Passthrough Bus> on aac0
>> Apr 10 10:58:06 neptune /kernel: (probe6:aacp0:0:6:0): Vendor Specific Command. CDB: 12 1 80 0 ff 0
>> Apr 10 10:58:06 neptune /kernel: (probe6:aacp0:0:6:0): ILLEGAL REQUEST asc:24,0
>> Apr 10 10:58:06 neptune /kernel: (probe6:aacp0:0:6:0): Invalid field in CDB
> An inquiry with EVPD set is not a vendor specific command so the printf
> should be fixed.  However, the response is correct if the device doesn't
> have EVPD.  These messages shouldn't be relevant to your problem.

Is this a kernel with SCSI_NO_OP_STRINGS defined?  All commands print
as vendor specific if the string tables are not available.  If that
option is not enabled, I don't see, from looking at the code, why
else we'd list an inquiry of any type as a vendor unique command.


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