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Why do my SATA devices show up under /proc/scsi/scsi?

I have 3 SATA devices on my system. They show up under /proc/scsi/scsi, although these are not SCSI devices. Why do my SATA devices show up under the SCSI directory? $ cat /proc/scsi/scsi Attached ...
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How to map ataX.0 identifiers in kern.log error messages to actual /dev/sdY devices?

Consider following kern.log snippet: ata4.00: failed command: WRITE FPDMA QUEUED ata4.00: cmd 61/00:78:40:1e:6c/04:00:f0:00:00/40 tag 15 ncq 524288 out res 41/04:00:00:00:00/04:00:00:00:00/...
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Names for ATA and SATA disks in Linux

Assume that we have two disks, one master SATA and one master ATA. How will they show up in /dev?
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How can I safely remove a SATA disk from a running system?

I sometimes need to plug a disk into a disk bay. At other times, I have the very weird setup of connecting a SSD using a SATA-eSATA cable on my laptop while pulling power from a desktop. How can I ...
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Does a bad sector indicate a failing disk?

My Ubuntu 13.10 system has been performing very poorly over the last day or so. Looking at the kernel logs, it appears that the <1yr old 3TB SATA disk is having issues with a particular sector: ...
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How to prevent FreeBSD from disconnecting a drive device?

While accessing a drive with high error rates (as, for example, here for opensuse) in FreeBSD, the system eventually disconnects the drive and it disappears from /dev. This makes it impossible to run ...
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LVM with SSD and SATA hard disks

Is it possible to create LVM partitions for both SSD and SATA hard disks? I mean if there isn't any conflicts.
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Are any SCSI modules needed in initrd if only SATA and IDE disks are used?

I am creating a cloning script to automate a minimalistic installation of Cent OS 5.5 on about 100 workstations of various hardware and age (2-10 years). The workstations are all either IDE or SATA. ...
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Disk Error: failed command: READ DMA EXT

I have a fairly old system board from 2010 and two newer hard drives (HGST 6-TB) running CentOS. I repeatedly get the following errors in the dmesg output for each hard drive (proceeded by a loud ...