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    Subject[patch] block highmem zero-bounce #17
    Hi,

    Ingo reported a severe 3ware corruption bug today which I've fixed, so
    it seemed due time for a new version of the patch.

    - Fix scsi_merge not setting sg->address for "legacy" drivers not using
    the PCI DMA interface. Stupid bug, since the entire I/O path is
    supposed to remain untouched (basically) for drivers not enabling
    highmem... I really think this is the last of such bugs. (me)

    - Add 'nohighio' boot flag to disable I/O to highmem I/O. x86 only (me)

    - Finally remember to reverse size/offset arguments in cciss and
    cpqarray. Fixed a long time ago, forgot to commit to the tree... (me,
    arjan, others)

    - aic7xxx uses wrong DMA mask (arjan)

    - Remove SCSI host single_sg_ok, it is implied by can_dma_32 anyways
    (arjan)

    - Enable can_dma_32 on aic7xxx_old (arjan)

    Patch is considered solid. Find it here:

    *.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/axboe/patches/2.4.13-pre4/block-highmem-all-17.bz2

    --
    Jens Axboe

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