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SubjectRe: aic7xxx sets CDR offline, how to reset?
On Tue, Sep 03, 2002 at 06:42:16PM -0400, Doug Ledford wrote:
>
> Case 2: you want to do an abort, but you need to preserve ordering around
> any possible REQ_BARRIERs on the bus. This requires that we keep a
> REQ_BARRIER count for the device, it is after all possible that we could
> have multiple barriers active at once, so as each command is put on the
> active_list, if it is a barrier, then we increment SDpnt->barrier_count
> and as we complete commands (at the interrupt context completion, not the
> final completion) if it is a barrier command we decrement the count.
>
> [ oops we timed out ]
> while(SDpnt->barrier_count && cmd) {
> // when the aborted command is returned via the done()
> // it will remove it from the active_list, so don't remove
> // it here
> abort_cmd = list_get_tail(SDpnt->active_list);
> if(hostt->abort(abort_cmd) != SUCCESS) {
> [ oops, go on to more drastic action ]
> } else {
> if(abort_cmd->type == BARRIER)
> SDpnt->barrier_count--;

Oops, delete those last two lines....the done() function decrements the
barrier_count for us.

> if(abort_cmd == cmd)
> cmd = NULL;
> }
> }
> if(cmd) {
> if(hostt->abort(cmd) != SUCCESS)
> [ oops, go on to more drastic action ]
> }

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Doug Ledford <dledford@redhat.com> 919-754-3700 x44233
Red Hat, Inc.
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