ata(4) locks up system when ejecting acd

Daniel O'Connor doconnor at
Thu Jun 3 07:11:27 GMT 2004

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On Thu, 3 Jun 2004 15:56, Daniel O'Connor wrote:
> On Thu, 3 Jun 2004 13:26, Brian Feldman wrote:
> > That's pretty much all there is to it.  The entire system locks up
> > immediately when I rip a CD with grip on /dev/acd0, eject, and hit
> > the eject button in grip with the CD tray open.  There are no other
> > drives in use on the controller that the acd(4) in question is on.
> >
> > The acd(4) devices in general are just completely unstable whenever I
> > try to use them.  The SCSI "emulation" cd(4) devices never have these
> > problems.
> How -current?
> I'll try on my system but it's a laptop so you can't close the tray.

I tried it on a 15/5 -current (what I had cause I'm tracking down another 
bug :) and I don't see a problem.

Deleting [/tmp/audio/mp3/coldplay/parachutes/we_never_change.wav]
Rip finished
1: Encoding to /home/darius/mp3/coldplay/parachutes/everythings_not_lost.mp3
Ripping is finished
Eject disc
 [ auto eject by grip ]
Eject disc
 [ my eject ]

I get no hang.

That said Grip seems to block when working which is a bit lame.

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