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SubjectRe: [RFC] UASP on target
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> On Mon, Dec 05, 2011 at 09:55:13AM +0100, Sebastian Andrzej Siewior wrote:
>> On 12/05/2011 09:39 AM, Felipe Balbi wrote:
>> >Hi,
>> Hi,
>>
>> >On Mon, Dec 05, 2011 at 09:23:26AM +0100, Sebastian Andrzej Siewior
>> wrote:
>> >>* Sebastian Andrzej Siewior | 2011-12-05 09:20:47 [+0100]:
>> >>
>> >>>* Shimrit Malichi | 2011-12-04 21:53:09 [+0200]:
>> >>>
>> >>>>This patch implements the infrastructure for the UAS gadget driver.
>> >>>>The UAS gadget driver registers as a second configuration of the MS
>> >>>>gadet driver.
>> >>>hch said to use target framework and you haven't done so. This is
>> what I
>> >>>have so far. It is not yet complete. What I need to do is:
>> >>>- wire up command processing (currently here)
>> >>>- wire up data processing
>> >>>- check it works => post v1
>> >>>- wire up command tagging => v2
>> >>>- remove hard codings and fix whatever people complained about.
>> >
>> >This is much better, indeed, but the way it is now, it's only usable by
>> >the gadget framework because you have put the function driver on the
>> >transport layer. I wonder if there wouldn't be a simple way to split
>> the
>> >"SCSI Over USB" part in a more generic way which could be shared
>> between
>> >gadget side UASP and host side UASP drivers ?!? Maybe ?!?
>> >
>> >The drivers/target/uasp_*.c would really be just a transport layer and
>> >gadget/host drivers would make calls to that "library" ? Something like
>> >that ??
>>
>> There is very little code that is not host specific. For instance
>> uas_alloc_cmd_urb() is something that could be used on both side but
>> the host is boxing the command and I need to unbox it. So I don't see
>> how I could share things except for the defines.
>> Most of the things are usb specific. So UAS gets the commands from the
>> scsi framework, puts the usb layer around it and sends them.
>
> k, fair enough ;-) Just thought there'd be a better way to share this
> code with host side implementation. Nevermind then
>
> --
> balbi
>

Hi guys,

Thanks for your quick response.
We are glad to see that our initial implementation is being used and
gaining momentum.

We intend to learn and re-implement the UAS protocol using the target
framework, and continue our work started few months ago.

We hope to get your corporation in the future as well.

Thanks,
Shimrit


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