Universal Flash Subsystem (UFS) devices show up as scsi devices similar to SATA in the previous section. One additional command to initialize all ufs devices is:
- => ufs init Device at ufs@4e84000 up at:[RX, TX]: gear=[3, 3], lane[2, 2], pwr[FAST MODE, FAST MODE], rate = 2
Then we can go ahead with ‘scsi scan’ to see the attached devices:
=> scsi scan scanning bus for devices... Device 0: (0:0) Vendor: TOSHIBA Prod.: THGAF8G8T23BAILB Rev: 0300 Type: Hard Disk Capacity: 31.9 MB = 0.0 GB (8191 x 4096) Device 0: (0:1) Vendor: TOSHIBA Prod.: THGAF8G8T23BAILB Rev: 0300 Type: Hard Disk Capacity: 30499.9 MB = 29.7 GB (7807999 x 4096)
All the remaining scsi commands detailed in the previous section are also applicable.
For more information about UFS see Kernel UFS Guide.