PROBE::SCSI.IODONE(3stap) SCSI Tapset PROBE::SCSI.IODONE(3stap)
probe::scsi.iodone - SCSI command completed by low level driver and enqueued into the done queue.
dev_id The scsi device id req_addr The current struct request pointer, as a number device_state The current state of the device host_no The host number device_state_str The current state of the device, as a string lun The lun number scsi_timer_pending 1 if a timer is pending on this request channel The channel number data_direction The data_direction specifies whether this command is from/to the device. data_direction_str Data direction, as a string
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