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Re: [MISC] Hvorfor bruger Ubuntu scsi-driver til ATA diske?



Frank Damgaard wrote:
On Sat, Feb 09, 2008 at 14:21:32 +0000, Jørgen Heesche wrote:
Distribution: kubuntu-7.10-desktop-i386.iso
Grub menu.lst:  title           Ubuntu 7.10, kernel 2.6.22-14-generic

Primær IDE disk. som normalt i Linux kaldes /dev/hda, får devicenavn
/dev/sda

Jeg har 2 diske: en  PATA og en SCSI

http://linux-ata.org/features.html

måske det er nemmere med en samlet system der håndterer  ATA+ATAPI
for både IDE(PATA)  of SATA ?



Ja, fordelen er: kun èt subsystem.
Jeg fik forklaringen af Klaus Ellegaard på dk.edb.system.unix
"
Ja, man har valgt at flytte PATA-, SATA-, USB- og SCSI-support
til ét library: libata. Det kalder alle devices for /dev/sd?
uanset den anvendte teknologi.
"
Og jeg har selv fundet dette:
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LibAtaForAtaDisks
The success of libata for SATA support has resulted in Alan Cox
working to port the existing IDE subsystem drivers to libata as well.
This will eventually result in us having to only cope with one
"storage" subsystem and make our lives somewhat simpler. In a gesture
of being good community members, we can offer Alan wide-spread testing
for his code by deploying it in our development release and make a
positive contribution to the community.



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