> However, as far as I remember, the ATA-2 standard defines 0kB as
> "unspecified buffer cache size". That is, when the drive reports 0kB
> it doesn't want the OS to assume anything about the internal cache
> size. It doesn't necessarily mean that there is no cache.
is this info returned by the SCSI device 'Inquiry' command. If so, a
dump of the response buffer might put this issue to rest.
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