Bruce Allen skrev:
> You may be able to use the '-r ioctl,3' option to smartd to identify the
> exact ioctl which is causing the error.
And of course the error is now magically gone.. No trace of it whatever
I do.. Reboot, restart smartd.. I hate these sel-fixing errors, I never
get to know what it is.. :)
> On Thu, 18 May 2006, Anders Norrbring wrote:
>> Bruce Allen skrev:
>>> I don't know what this means. What's the kernel version? Try
>>> turning off the -o on or -S on and see if that fixes it...
>>> On Wed, 17 May 2006, Anders Norrbring wrote:
>>>> I just installed smartmon on IDE drives for the first time, I've
>>>> only used it with SCSI before... Anyway, at every smartd startup I
>>>> get an error message in my syslog, it prints this:
>>>> "kernel: ide: failed opcode was: 0xb0"
>>>> What does that code mean, and how do I get rid of it? Should I
>>>> disable some commands?
>> I took a look in the T13/1410D revision 0 document (ATAPI-6 specs
>> draft), but that didn't make it any more clear to me..
>> Apparently command B0h is used for several things, depending on its
>> proto Command typ PKT Command Parameters FR SC SN CY DH
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>> ND SMART ENABLE/DISABLE AUTOSAVE O O B0h y y y D
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>> ND SMART EXECUTE OFF_LINE O O B0h y y D
>> PI SMART READ DATA O O B0h y y D
>> PI SMART READ LOG SECTOR O O B0h y y y y D
>> ND SMART RETURN STATUS O O B0h y y D
>> PO SMART WRITE LOG SECTOR O O B0h y y y y D
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