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    Subject[patch] PCI64 + block zero-bounce highmem v11
    Hi,

    Uploaded a new version. Changes since block-highmem-all-10:

    - Merge pci64-1 from davem (me)
    - Merge pci64-2 from davem (me)
    - printk type warning on x86 when HIGHMEM wasn't enabled (me)
    - Better comment asm-i386/scatterlist.h
    - Add single_segment/highmem comment in scsi_merge (me)
    - Include Mark Hemment's no __save_flags/__cli in read bounce
    - Convert cciss to pci64 interface (me)

    HIGHMEM I/O capable hardware now includes:

    - IDE (DMA, PIO will revert to bounce) Basically all low level drivers
    - SCSI
    - aic7xxx (new)
    - qlogicfc (64-bit too)
    - sym53c8xx (64-bit too)
    - megaraid
    - IPS
    - cpqarray
    - cciss (64-bit too)

    SCSI drivers are typically easy to convert to support < 4GB I/O, usually
    just the can_dma_32 flag needs to be added. Some need a bit more work,
    like IPS. Look for references to virt_to_bus on the scatterlist
    ->address and/or bh->b_data to find obvious highmem breakage. For 64-bit
    PCI DMA, take a look at David's modifications to sym53c8xx as a good
    reference.

    I'll include I2O highmem support in the next release -- haven't started
    it yet, but it should be a breeze.

    DAC960 would be nice to have as well. Leonard, we talked about
    converting it to the pci dma interface some time ago -- did you make
    progress on that?

    *.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/people/axboe/patches/2.4.9/block-highmem-all-11

    --
    Jens Axboe

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