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SubjectRe: 2.6: how do I this in sysfs?
> > typedef struct _CSMI_SAS_IDENTIFY {
> > __u8 bDeviceType;
> > __u8 bRestricted;
> > __u8 bInitiatorPortProtocol;
> > __u8 bTargetPortProtocol;
> > __u8 bRestricted2[8];
> > __u8 bSASAddress[8];
> > __u8 bPhyIdentifier;
> > __u8 bSignalClass;
> > __u8 bReserved[6];
> > } CSMI_SAS_IDENTIFY,
> > *PCSMI_SAS_IDENTIFY;

please compare this with struct sas_identify in
include/linux/scsi_transport_sas.h and look at
drivers/scsi/scsi_transport_sas.c om how it's exposed.

> > typedef struct _CSMI_SAS_PHY_ENTITY {
> > CSMI_SAS_IDENTIFY Identify;
> > __u8 bPortIdentifier;
> > __u8 bNegotiatedLinkRate;
> > __u8 bMinimumLinkRate;
> > __u8 bMaximumLinkRate;
> > __u8 bPhyChangeCount;
> > __u8 bAutoDiscover;
> > __u8 bReserved[2];
> > CSMI_SAS_IDENTIFY Attached;
> > } CSMI_SAS_PHY_ENTITY,
> > *PCSMI_SAS_PHY_ENTITY;

and this one to struct sas_port_attrs.

This is after my minimal sas transport class, please also read the
thread about it on linux-scsi

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