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SubjectRe: io_request_lock question (2.2)
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> > You can drop it with spin_unlock_irq and that is fine. I do that with no
> > problems in the I2O scsi driver for example
>
> I am (like, I think I *finally* got locking sorta right in my QLogic driver),
> but doesn't this still leave ints blocked for this CPU at least?

spin_unlock_irq unconditionally enables

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