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    SubjectRe: Linux 2.4.21-pre3-ac4
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    On Mon, 2003-01-13 at 20:19, Ross Biro wrote:

    > and read the alt status register to get a delay.
    >
    > This is technically a spec violation, but it's probably safe. I'm going
    > to send an email to a couple of the drive manufacturers and see what
    > they think.

    Or get back to my original idea of an IOSYNC() callback in hwif. For
    standard PCI controllers with DMA, it's enough to read the dma_status
    register which is on the same bus path. Others will have to provide
    some implementation or be unsafe on some non-x86. What do you think ?

    Ben.


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