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SubjectRe: [2.5] DAC960
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On Sunday 15 September 2002 17:14, Alan Cox wrote:
> On Sun, 2002-09-15 at 05:21, Daniel Phillips wrote:
> > A somewhat curt reply, it could be seen as a brush-off. I believe the
> > whole story goes something like this: the scsi system is a festering
> > sore on the whole and eventually needs to be rationalized. But until
> > that happens, we should basically just keep nursing along the various
> > drivers that should be using a generic interface, until there really
> > is a generic interface around worth putting in the effort to port to.
>
> DAC960 doesn't present a scsi interface to the higher levels. Its
> abstraction truely is block based, like i2o_block, like aacraid, like
> many other cards.

Yup, brainlock, I knew that. Just bracketing the target...

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Daniel
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