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    SubjectRe: [GIT PULL] SCSI postmerge patches for 2.6.38 merge window
    On 01/15/2011 01:25 PM, Bart Van Assche wrote:
    > On Fri, Jan 14, 2011 at 7:40 PM, James Bottomley
    > <> wrote:
    >> This is a set of three patches I've been carrying that had a
    >> dependencies on pieces of the block tree (which went in yesterday).
    >> It's been rebased to go cleanly on top of current git head (and elimnate
    >> some of the merge cruft of creating a postmerge tree). All of the
    >> patches have been in Linux-next for several weeks.
    >> The two sd/sr patches are just completion of the media events
    >> infrastructure which was in the block tree. The main chunk is the
    >> addition of the LIO in-kernel target infrastructure which is one of the
    >> two competing target infrastructures which have been out of tree for
    >> several years now. Thanks to quite a lot of effort (particularly from
    >> Christoph Hellwig) cleaning it up, I think it's ready for mainline
    >> inclusion. This piece is just the target infrastructure; we'll begin
    >> adding the in-kernel drivers and the migration hooks for STGT (our
    >> original user land target driver) over the next merge window.
    >> The patch is available here:
    >> The short changelog is:
    >> Nicholas Bellinger (1):
    >> target: Add LIO target core v4.0.0-rc6
    >> [ ... ]
    > As anyone can see in the source file drivers/target/target_core_mib.c
    > this patch adds a significant number of new files to procfs. I thought
    > that this was considered unacceptable since a long time ? Has anything
    > changed ?
    > See also;a=blob;f=drivers/target/target_core_mib.c.

    Nothing has changed WRT procfs, and you are correct.

    But it's in now. Submit a patch to fix this particular crapola! :)


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