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SubjectRe: How to map high memory for block io
Russell King wrote:
>
> I don't see what the problem is. A sg entry is a list of struct page
> pointers, an offset, and a size. As such, it can't describe a transfer
> which crosses a page because such a structure does not imply that one
> struct page follows another struct page.
>
>

If the pages do not strictly follow each other then there is a lot of
broken code in the kernel. drivers/mmc/mmci.c and drivers/block/ub.c
being two occurences since both assume they can access the entire entry
through a single mapping.

Rgds
Pierre

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