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SubjectRe: 2.5.1-pre2 does not compile
In article <9u0ua1$1g2$1@penguin.transmeta.com> you wrote:
> In many cases the fix is as simple as just replacing the
> "io_request_lock" with "host->host_lock", but sometimes this is
> complicated by the need to pass the right data structures down far
> enough..
>
> Many drivers have been converted (ie IDE, symbios, aic7xxx etc), but
> many more have not (especially older SCSI drivers, in your case it's the
> classic aha1542).
>
> It will probably take some time until most drivers have been converted.
> Tested patches are more than welcome,

While we are at breaking scsi, would you take a patch to remove the
old-style (2.0) scsi error handling completly, forcing drivers still
using it to be fixed? Early 2.5 looks like a good time for that to me..

Christoph

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Of course it doesn't work. We've performed a software upgrade.
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