Subject: Re: umass woe: sd0(umass0:0:0): readonly device & drive offline
To: Bill Studenmund <email@example.com>
From: Jonathan Stone <jonathan@Pescadero.dsg.stanford.edu>
Date: 11/15/2005 23:40:57
In message <20051116020750.GD17325@netbsd.org>Bill Studenmund writes
>Your camera is using a different definition of removable, because you can
>unhook the whole SCSI device from the computer. Unfortunately that's not
>what the SCSI spec meant...
Per Hubert's later reply, and at the risk of bodily mayhem (morituri te salutant):
Oh, RL02, RL02, wherefore art thou RL02?
(-- apologies to Mr. Wm. Shakespeare)
sorry, "we are experiencing technical problems service will be resumed as
soon as possible" following restoration of the _status quo ante_ circa
1992. (Is that right? When _did ANSI T.10 ratify SCSI-2?)
Obsurantism aside, in what decade is living the decison-maker who
rejected a quirk for the reported post-Deluvium artifact?