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SubjectRe: linux-next: build failure after merge of the rdma tree
Hi Joe,

On Thu, 20 Apr 2017 18:58:55 -0700 Joe Perches <> wrote:
> Pretty sure there were crossing commits adding PDBG()
> as the original patches were written against next-20170209
> From my tree:
> $ git log --pretty=oneline -5 747edc68212781296de30dd2b4e63711240da7a9
> 747edc68212781296de30dd2b4e63711240da7a9 cxgb4: Convert PDBG to pr_debug
> d054cd530aeef452c7c252504f7d4d6ebba31ae3 cxgb4: Use more common logging style
> 41a74ceecd35cf2f38e2a1a1a394c7718547deb6 cxgb3: Convert PDBG to pr_debug
> 15772862930dfd2f2e10574b86c063d781976a89 cxgb3: Use more common logging style
> 9f7e70ff42dbf3af7ed0699906b699c41930b265 Add linux-next specific files for 20170209
> $ git grep -w PDBG 747edc68212781296de30dd2b4e63711240da7a9
> $

In the rdma tree:

$ git log --pretty=oneline -5 a9a42886d0b3
a9a42886d0b3b989166472b7ea59b1c157d90f9b cxgb4: Convert PDBG to pr_debug
700456bd25946ef531773d1ad2dd511e1cc4515e cxgb4: Use more common logging style
b7b37ee0e137c8384c6cb3a37c4621649d5acdf6 cxgb3: Convert PDBG to pr_debug
46b2d4e8eca752003b903e68c3bec6b15fd7eba0 cxgb3: Use more common logging style
cd565b4b51e5fe258d6ce9ddc167ee51f3044ba5 IB/IPoIB: Support acceleration options callbacks
$ git grep -w PDBG a9a42886d0b3
a9a42886d0b3:drivers/infiniband/hw/cxgb4/cm.c: PDBG("%s snd_isn %u\n", __func__, t6req->rsvd);
a9a42886d0b3:drivers/infiniband/hw/cxgb4/cm.c: PDBG("%s snd_isn %u\n", __func__, t6req6->rsvd);

So these were added somewhere in Doug's tree and they need to be fixed
up there. Your patches were rebased/cherrypicked/applied on to Doug's tree.

Ah, the new ones come from commit

192539f4ce36 "iw_cxgb4: clean up send_connect()"

but that is in v4.11-rc1 and so should would not have been in next-20170209.
Stephen Rothwell

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