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SubjectRe: Latest Altix I/O code reorganization code
On Fri, Aug 27, 2004 at 10:14:23AM -0500, Patrick Gefre wrote:
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> Patch 1 of 26
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> This patch is too large for email see:
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> ftp://oss.sgi.com/projects/sn2/sn2-update/001-kill-files


Stoop again. This absolutely does not look like a change after which the
tree build, right? After how many of the patches do we get a useable
kernel for SN2? Please split your changes into LOGICAL steps, e.g.

- dma mapping rework
- usage of SAL interfaces
- hwgrpah removal
- renaming of files without code changes
- addition of new hardware support
- etc..

everything else is simply not reviewable. (and the above is intentionally
an order which I think would make sense)

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