ATA_WAIT_AFTER_RESET(9) libata Library ATA_WAIT_AFTER_RESET(9)NAME
ata_wait_after_reset - wait for link to become ready after reset
int ata_wait_after_reset(struct ata_link * link, unsigned long deadline, int (*check_ready) (struct ata_link *link));
link to be waited on
deadline jiffies for the operation
callback to check link readiness
Wait for link to become ready after reset.
0 if linke is ready before deadline; otherwise, -errno.
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link(1) General Commands Manual link(1)NAME
link, unlink - Creates an additional directory entry for an existing file
link file1 file2
Interfaces documented on this reference page conform to industry standards as follows:
Refer to the standards(5) reference page for more information about industry standards and associated tags.
The link command performs the link() system call to create an additional directory entry for an existing file, file1. In effect, the
underlying file then has two names, file1 and file2 (either of these arguments can be a pathname). The old and new entries share equal
access rights to the underlying file.
The unlink command performs the unlink() system call to remove a link to file created by link. The unlink command removes the directory
entry specified by the file parameter and, if the entry is a hard link, decrements the link count of the file referenced by the link.
You should be familiar with the link() and unlink() system calls before you use these commands.
The link and unlink commands do not issue error messages when the associated system call is unsuccessful.
The link and unlink commands cannot be used to link and unlink directories.
The link and unlink commands both exit with the following: The link() or unlink() system call succeeded. Too few or too many arguments
specified. The link() or unlink() system call failed.
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