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In Serial ATA AHCI 1.3.1, how to drop phyready unexpectedly

for the verification of fatal/non-fatal interrupt in SATA:

If the PhyRdy signal dropped during the middle of a command, the HBA may have to be restarted. If the PhyRdy signal dropped outside of a FIS, neither the PxIS.IFS nor the PxIS.INFS bits shall be set.

how to drop phy-ready in middle of command or unexpectedly ?

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Hello @muku_kr

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Hello muku_kr

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Hello muku_kr

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