Subject: SCSI probe on cdrom drive a little off in current
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Richard Dante <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/09/1995 01:07:28
This has been nagging me for some time and since we're approaching a release
it should probably be fixed (it just looks bad).
On bootup my cdrom drive is always reported as being empty whether there is
a disk in it or not. And then the driver has the gall to report the same
cdrom drive on LUNS 1-7. This has been happening since I upgraded to
current in july. 1.0 could correctly identify a disk being present and
correctly established that only one LUN is used. This hasn't had any effect
that I can tell on my actual use of the cdrom drive.
It's a Chinon 525 with a BusLogic 956C.
Also I ask, is the buslogic driver taking advantage of the PCIness of my
956C or is my 956C being used simply in ISA emulation mode? When I upgraded
to SCSI things weren't as fast as I expected, so I wonder about this.