[stgt] [PATCH] MMC READ TOC, asking for track 0 is valid even if track 0 does not exist
ronniesahlberg at gmail.com
Sat Jan 7 02:41:23 CET 2012
It should work fine.
Before your patch
we were broken and only allowed asking for "all tracks starting at track 0".
This worked most of the time since most applications only ask for "all
tracks starting at track 0".
The bug in bugzilla is for an application that asks for "all tracks
starting at track 1".
Prior to d777. that wouldnt work, since we were broken and only
allowed "all tracks starting at 0".
d777. changed this to only allow "all tracks starting at 1", which
fixed the special application in bugzilla, but broke other things,
automounting of CDROMs in Ubuntu.
Since we have only one track, track#1, my current patch should be the
Either if asking for "all tracks starting at 0" or "all tracks starting at 1"
both cases are valid and both cases should return a single track, track #1.
On Sat, Jan 7, 2012 at 11:21 AM, Andy Grover <agrover at redhat.com> wrote:
> On 12/25/2011 02:48 PM, ronnie sahlberg wrote:
>> List, Tomo
>> Please find attached a patch for MMC.
>> Basically, if an initiator asks for "READ TOC track==0"
>> this is valid even if track 0 does not exist.
>> For single session media such as TGTD emulated, track 0 does not
>> exist, only track 1 exist, but
>> asking for track 0 is still valid.
> Will this fix make any difference with this open bug:
> by any chance?
> Thanks -- Regards -- Andy
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