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SG_SAT_PHY_EVENT(8)		   SG3_UTILS		   SG_SAT_PHY_EVENT(8)

NAME
       sg_sat_phy_event	- use ATA READ LOG EXT via a SAT pass-through to fetch
       SATA phy	event counters

SYNOPSIS
       sg_sat_phy_event	[--ck_cond]  [--extend]	 [--help]  [--hex]  [--ignore]
       [--len={16|12}] [--raw] [--reset] [--verbose] [--version] DEVICE

DESCRIPTION
       This  utility  sends  an	ATA READ LOG EXT with the log page ("address")
       set to 11h to DEVICE and	outputs	the response. Log page 11h is  defined
       in  the	SATA 2.5 standard and contains phy event counters. Rather than
       send this command directly to the DEVICE, are sent via a	SCSI transport
       which  is  assumed  to  contain	a  SCSI	to ATA Translation (SAT) Layer
       (SATL). The SATL	may be in an operating	system	driver,	 in  host  bus
       adapter firmware	or in some external enclosure.

       The SAT standard	(SAT ANSI INCITS 431-2007, prior draft:	sat-r09.pdf at
       www.t10.org) defines two	SCSI "ATA PASS-THROUGH"	commands: one using  a
       16  byte	 "cdb" and the other with a 12 byte cdb. This utility defaults
       to using	the 16 byte cdb	variant. SAT-2 is also a standard: SAT-2  ANSI
       INCITS  465-2010	and the	draft prior to that is sat2r09.pdf . The SAT-3
       project has started and the most	recent draft is	sat3r01.pdf .

OPTIONS
       Arguments to long options are mandatory for short options as well.

       -c, --ck_cond
	      sets the CK_COND bit in the ATA PASS-THROUGH SCSI	cdb.  The  de-
	      fault  setting is	clear (i.e. 0).	When set the SATL should yield
	      a	sense buffer containing	a ATA Result  descriptor  irrespective
	      of  whether the command succeeded	or failed. When	clear the SATL
	      should only yield	a sense	buffer containing  a  ATA  Result  de-
	      scriptor if the command failed.

       -e, --extend
	      sets  the	 EXTEND	 bit in	the ATA	PASS-THROUGH SCSI cdb. The de-
	      fault setting is clear (i.e. 0). When set	a 48 bit  LBA  command
	      is sent to the device. This option has no	effect when --len=12.

       -h, --help
	      outputs  the usage message summarizing command line options then
	      exits. Ignores DEVICE if given.

       -H, --hex
	      outputs the ATA READ LOG EXT response in hex. The	default	action
	      (i.e.  without  any  '-H'	 options) is to	output the response in
	      hex, grouped in 16 bit words (i.e. the  ATA  standard's  prefer-
	      ence).   When  given  once,  the response	is output in ASCII hex
	      bytes (i.e. the SCSI standard's preference).  When  given	 twice
	      (i.e.  '-HH') the	output is in hex, grouped in 16	bit words, the
	      same as the default but without a	header.

       -i, --ignore
	      usually the phy counter identifier names are decoded. When  this
	      option  is given,	the numeric value of the identifier is output,
	      the vendor flag, the data	length (in bytes) and the  correspond-
	      ing value.

       -l, --len={16|12}
	      this is the length of the	SCSI cdb used for the ATA PASS-THROUGH
	      commands.	 The argument can either be 16 or 12. The  default  is
	      16.  The	larger cdb size	is needed for 48 bit LBA addressing of
	      ATA devices. On the other	hand some SCSI transports cannot  con-
	      vey SCSI commands	longer than 12 bytes.

       -r, --raw
	      output  the  ATA	READ  LOG  EXT	response in binary. The	output
	      should be	piped to a file	or another utility when	this option is
	      used.   The  binary  is  sent  to	stdout,	and errors are sent to
	      stderr.

       -R, --reset
	      reset the	counters after the current values  are	returned,  de-
	      coded and	displayed.

       -v, --verbose
	      increases	the level or verbosity.

       -V, --version
	      print out	version	string

NOTES
       The  SCSI ATA PASS-THROUGH (12) command's opcode	is 0xa1	and it clashes
       with the	MMC set's BLANK	command	used by	cd/dvd writers.	So a  SATL  in
       front of	an ATAPI device	that uses MMC (i.e. has	peripheral device type
       5) probably should treat	opcode 0xa1 as a BLANK	command	 and  send  it
       through to the cd/dvd drive. The	ATA PASS-THROUGH (16) command's	opcode
       (0x85) does not clash with anything so it is a better choice.

       In the 2.4 series of Linux kernels the DEVICE must be  a	 SCSI  generic
       (sg)  device.  In  the  2.6  series block devices (e.g. disks and ATAPI
       DVDs) can also be specified. For	example	"sg_inq	/dev/sda" will work in
       the  2.6	 series	 kernels. From lk 2.6.6	other SCSI "char" device names
       may be used as well (e.g. "/dev/st0m"). Prior to	 lk  2.6.29  USB  mass
       storage	limited	sense data to 18 bytes which made the --ck_cond	option
       yield strange (truncated) results.

EXIT STATUS
       The exit	status of sg_sat_identify is 0 when it is  successful.	Other-
       wise see	the sg3_utils(8) man page.

AUTHOR
       Written by Douglas Gilbert

REPORTING BUGS
       Report bugs to <dgilbert	at interlog dot	com>.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 2006-2018 Douglas Gilbert
       This  software is distributed under a FreeBSD license. There is NO war-
       ranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR  A  PARTICULAR  PUR-
       POSE.

SEE ALSO
       sg_sat_identify,sg_sat_read_gplog(sg3_utils),
       smp_rep_phy_err_log(smp_utils),sdparm(sdparm),hdparm(hdparm)

sg3_utils-1.43			 January 2018		   SG_SAT_PHY_EVENT(8)

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