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SubjectRe: /proc/scsi/map

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>In lk 2.5 we are hoping that driverfs will give us an
>"information bridge" between scsi pseudo devices
>and other driver subsystems such as ide, usb and iee1394.
>Mike Sullivan's persistent naming patch (that I mentioned
>in my previous post on this thread) adds driverfs capability
>into the scsi subsystem. Driverfs capability is already
>in the ide and usb subsystems.
Driverfs will hopefully solve the problem, of "oh there's a SCSI device.
how is it connected ?".

But to date, SCSI doesn't know about the GUID's, right ?
And without this, we won't get a uniform way of creating stable names for
hot-plugable devices...

- sda

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