Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of USB


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Timestamp:
Jun 5, 2015, 11:44:54 AM (5 years ago)
Author:
Christian Franke
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Add -d usbprolific, Remove Win9x/ME

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    v10 v11  
    1919Some recent USB bridges already support the vendor independent SAT (SCSI/ATA Translation, ANSI INCITS 431-2007) standard. Other USB bridges provide vendor specific ATA pass-through commands. The current version of smartmontools supports the following pass-through commands and USB bridges:
    2020||= '''Command''' =||= '''USB bridges''' =||= '''smartctl option''' =||= '''48-bit ATA support''' =||= '''Comment''' =||
    21 || SAT ATA pass-through 12 and 16 || various (ASMedia, Initio, Oxford, ...) || -d sat[,16]; -d sat,12 || requires '-d sat[,16]' || Older Linux kernels may require '-d sat,12' ||
     21|| SAT ATA pass-through 12 and 16 || various (ASMedia, Initio, Oxford, newer JMicron, ...) || -d sat[,16]; -d sat,12 || requires '-d sat[,16]' || Older Linux kernels may require '-d sat,12' ||
    2222|| Cypress ATACB || Cypress CY7C68300B/C (AT2LP), CY7C68310 (ISD-300LP) || -d usbcypress[,CMD] || No || CY7C68300A (AT2) may not work. ||
    2323|| JMicron ATA pass-through || JMicron JM20329, JM20335-39, Prolific PL2507/3507 || -d usbjmicron[,p][,x][,PORT] || Yes (SATA only) || '-d usbjmicron,x' enables 48-bit support ||
     24|| Prolific ATA pass-through || Prolific PL2571/2771/2773/2775 || -d usbprolific || Yes || ||
    2425|| Sunplus ATA pass-through || Sunplus SPIF215/6, SPIF225/6 || -d usbsunplus || Yes ||   ||
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    3435|| QNX || ? || No || No || No || No ||   ||
    3536|| OS/2 || ? || No || No || No || No ||   ||
    36 || Windows XP/Vista/Win7 || Yes || Yes || YES || YES || YES ||   ||
    37 || Windows 9x/ME || Yes || Yes || YES || No || No || Requires ASPI driver ||
     37|| Windows || Yes || Yes || YES || YES || YES ||   ||
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    3939The [https://github.com/RJVB/OS-X-SAT-SMART-Driver OS-X-SAT-SMART-Driver] provides access to SMART data for SAT capable USB and Firewire devices on Mac OS X. This works without {{{-d sat}}} option. Note that this does not support USB bridges with vendor specific commands (JMicron, Sunplus), 48-bit ATA commands ({{{-l xerror}}}) or non-SMART ATA commands ({{{-s apm,N}}}). Full USB support would require SCSI pass-through support which does not yet exist on Mac OS X.