Testing CAM wrapper for ata(4) controller drivers

Alexander Best alexbestms at wwu.de
Wed Dec 9 23:07:52 UTC 2009

ah. i see. thanks for the hint. sorry mav for blaming ATA_CAM. ;) would be
nice if this would be fixed at some point. i believe the problem also applies
to tape drives, usb memory card readers, etc.? so generally speaking: any
devices which allow new media insertion, but don't disconnect/re-attach
from/to CAM.


Wes Morgan schrieb am 2009-12-09:
> On Wed, 9 Dec 2009, Alexander Best wrote:

> >i'm not sure if this issue is directly linked to ATA_CAM, but i've
> >not seen it
> >before the ATA_CAM changes:

> >removing a cd/dvd and inserting a new one doesn't update the label
> >in
> >/dev/iso9660.

> >`file -s /dev/iso9660/CD1` says:
> >/dev/iso9660/CD1: ISO 9660 CD-ROM filesystem data 'CD2
> >'

> Nay, I've seen this kind of behavior for ages. I just assumed that
> the cd9660 labels never updated.

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