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SubjectRe: [PATCH] queue barrier support
On February 13, 2002 07:26 pm, James Bottomley wrote:
> A problem (that is probably only an issue for older drives) is that while
> technically the standard requires all 3 types of TAG to be supported if tag
> queueing is, some drives really only have simple tag support in their
> firmware, so you may need to add a blacklist for ordered tags on certain
> drives. said:
> From user space, I hope.

Well, following the current SCSI black/white list procedure, they would be in
the static device_list table in scsi_scan.c, so no.

I agree that it's not a nice or friendly thing (and is certainly prone to
delays when you have to get entries into the actual kernel code), but fixing
this particular annoyance of the scsi subsystem (although I have actually
thought about doing it) would be a project separate from the queue barrier


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