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    SubjectRe: [Scst-devel] [PATCH 8/19]: SCST SYSFS interface implementation
    I'm just an outsider - but maybe my perspective has value - it seems there are two sides to this debate:

    1) sysfs is great for scst due to certain stability concerns and code concerns
    2) sysfs is bad for scst due to the intended role of sysfs and its namespace

    Maybe I misunderstand -
    But if both sides have merit then wouldn't a compromise be appropriate?

    Maybe the sensical compromise is to use sysfs code to create a new namespace that would fit this purpose? It seems that I am also hearing that the alternatives to sysfs aren't always adequate - so why not use sysfs, but have a place where it's appropriate to use it?

    Apologies in advance if I'm just way off base here...

    - Richard Williams

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