Subject: Re: More verbose SCSI errors...
To: maximum entropy <>
From: Michael L. VanLoon -- <>
List: current-users
Date: 08/19/1997 10:19:35
>>Hmm. Oops. Forgot SCSIVERBOSE. Not incredibly useful. How about:
>>Aug 18 13:24:02 frobzit /netbsd: st0(ncr1:5:0):  Check Condition on opcode 1a
>>Aug 18 13:24:02 frobzit /netbsd:     SENSE KEY:  Illegal Request
>>Aug 18 13:24:02 frobzit /netbsd:      ASC/ASCQ:  Illegal Field in CDB
>>instead? It's not *that* much more informative than the other, except
>>Is there any desire to see this integrated?

>I'd really like to see this integrated, as I have some cranky old SCSI
>devices and this sort of information could be *very* useful for
>debugging problems.
>My only comment is that I'd like to see the decoded information *in
>addition to* the raw data, not instead of the raw data.

But if you make it do both, please only make it do the verbose stuff
if a verbose option is added to the kernel.  I think most of us would
prefer to only see the descriptive mode displayed above.

  Michael L. VanLoon                 
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