short : PFS3 All-In-One author : Toni Wilen uploader : twilen winuae net (Toni Wilen) type : disk/misc version : 3.0 architecture : m68k-amigaos Filetype : application/x-lzh-compressed Size : 73.82K Date : 7-Mar-18 Download : 💾
This is improved all-in-one 100% OS 1.x/2.x/3.x/68000+ compatible port of open source version of Professional File System III (PFS3). Sources: Changes: 3.0 --- - Bug fixes, including finally fixed nasty bug causing Wrong Index Block ID (and others) if partition was >=5G and lots of small files were created very quickly, for example unpacking archive with thousands of small files. This bug has most likely existed since PFS3 introduced >=5G partition support. - Compiled with m68k optimized GCC 6 (, 16k smaller than previous pfs3aio. - Some HD controllers modify MaxTransfer after filesystem has been initialized, which was ignored by previous versions. - Automatic max transfer limit is only enabled if scsi.device version is v36 or newer and older than v50. - Limit Direct SCSI mode max transfer size to 65535 blocks (~32MB). - Automatically attempt to increase number of buffers if all buffers are in use and more buffers are required. - Added support for new OS 3.1.4 filesystem mount flags. (SCSIDIRECT, SUPERFLOPPY and DISABLENSD). - Shows more detailed information in error requesters (access mode, start block, end block, SCSI details if SCSI Direct) - Includes unsupported and experimental >104G partition support. Shows warning if enabled during formatting. - ACTION_DIE (unmount) stability fix. - Filename changed from pfs3_aio-handler to pfs3aio. 2.3 --- - ROM resident priority increased. GVP tekscsi driver (that normally can't load filesystems from RDB due to a driver bug) can now automount PFS3 partitions if PFS3 is in ROM. - Fixed very old PFS3 bug that caused Wrong Index Block ID error message. Only affected partitions larger than 5G. 3.0 NOTE: This bug was not fully fixed until 3.0. 2.2 --- - Handler is now rommable. - Reverted SVN rev#9 commit, it is not compatible with AmigaDOS and can break some programs. ACTION_FINDOUTPUT must use exclusive lock. - 1.3 compatibility fix, AddSemaphore() is broken under 1.x. Caused crash under 1.3 if more than one partition was mounted. - Added custom version for braindead boot ROMs that don't support hunk relocation entries(!) One confirmed is some versions of pbscsi.device. It also can be used safely on non-braindead systems. Custom version is not rommable. 2.1 --- - Fixed access fault when booting under KS 1.3. 2.0 --- - Improved version of PFS3 for KS1.x - Direct SCSI merged with standard PFS3. - NSD support added. - Autodetects block access mode (TD, TD64, NSD, DirectSCSI), does not mount any partitions that can't be fully or partially accessed due to driver limits. - >256 block transfer ROM IDE driver bug workaround included. ("Max Transfer" bug) Includes also all PFS3 for KS1.X updates: 1.1 --- - Merged latest official SVN updates. - Compatible with KS 1.3 + 2.x extended ROM CDTV with v37 exec. - Enabled removable media support. - Fixed ACTION_DIE (unmount) crash. - WB 1.x C:Info reports correct state information. Read official PFS3 package documentation before using! (disk/misc/PFS3_53.lha) Fully compatible with official pfs3 and previous pfs3aio versions, no reformatting needed. Archive contents: ----------------- pfs3aio: standard version. pfs3aio-custom: version only for HD controllers with bad or buggy boot ROM driver that assumes RDB filesystems are without relocation entries. One example is pbscsi.device. This version is not rommable. Autodetection details: ---------------------- If last block of partition is inside of first 4G of drive: - Test if standard CMD_READ can access last block. - Test if HD_SCSICMD Read(10) can access last block. If both tests failed, do not mount, show error requester. HD_SCSICMD test is needed because A590 pre-7.0 and CDTV SCSI CMD_READ have 1G limit, HD_SCSICMD does not have any limits. (Other old SCSI controllers may have similar restrictions.) If last block of partition is outside of first 4G of drive: - Test if NSD is supported and can access last block (Only if DISABLENSD flag is not set). - Test if TD64 is supported and can access last block. - Test if HD_SCSICMD Read(10) can access last block. If all tests failed: do not mount, no requester shown. If DOSType = PDSx: test HD_SCSICMD Read(10) first. If SCSIDIRECT flag is set: always use Direct SCSI, HD_SCSICMD Read(10) test gets skipped and also uses SCSI commands to query drive size and geometry.
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