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Subject[PATCH 2.6.11-rc2 0/29] ide: driver updates
 Hello, B. Zolnierkiewicz.

These patches are various fixes/improvements to the ide driver. They
are against the 2.6 bk tree as of today (20050202).

01_ide_remove_adma100.patch

Removes drivers/ide/pci/adma100.[hc]. The driver isn't
compilable (missing functions) and no Kconfig actually enables
CONFIG_BLK_DEV_ADMA100.

02_ide_cleanup_it8172.patch

In drivers/ide/pci/it8172.h, it8172_ratefilter() and
init_setup_it8172() are declared and the latter is referenced
in it8172_chipsets. Both functions are not defined or used
anywhere. This patch removes the prototypes and reference.
it8172 should be compilable now.

03_ide_cleanup_opti621.patch

In drivers/ide/pci/opti612.[hc], init_setup_opt621() is
declared, defined and referenced but never actullay used.
Thie patch removes the function.

04_ide_cleanup_piix.patch

In drivers/ide/pci/piix.[hc], init_setup_piix() is defined and
used but only one init_setup function is defined and no
demultiplexing is done using init_setup callback. As other
drivers call ide_setup_pci_device() directly in such cases,
this patch removes init_setup_piix() and makes piix_init_one()
call ide_setup_pci_device() directly.

05_ide_merge_pci_driver_hc.patch

Merges drivers/ide/pci/*.h files into their corresponding *.c
files. Rationales are
1. There's no reason to separate pci drivers into header and
body. No header file is shared and they're simple enough.
2. struct pde_pci_device_t *_chipsets[] are _defined_ in the
header files. That isn't the custom and there's no good
reason to do differently in these drivers.
3. Tracking changelogs shows that the bugs fixed by 00 and 01
are introduced during mass-updating ide pci drivers by
forgetting to update *.h files.
06_ide_start_request_IDE_CONTROL_REG.patch

Replaced HWIF(drive)->io_ports[IDE_CONTROL_OFFSET] with
equivalent IDE_CONTROL_REG in ide-io.c.

07_ide_reg_valid_t_endian_fix.patch

ide_reg_valid_t contains bitfield flags but doesn't reverse
bit orders using __*_ENDIAN_BITFIELD macros. And constants
for ide_reg_valid_t, IDE_{TASKFILE|HOB}_STD_{IN|OUT}_FLAGS,
are defined as byte values which are correct only on
little-endian machines. This patch defines reversed constants
and .h byte union structure to make things correct on big
endian machines. The only code which uses above macros is in
flagged_taskfile() and the code is currently unused, so this
patch doesn't change any behavior. (The code will get used in
later patches.)
08_ide_do_identify_model_string_termination.patch

Terminates id->model string before invoking strstr() in
do_identify().

09_ide_do_rw_disk_lba48_dma_check_fix.patch

In __ide_do_rw_disk(), the shifted block, instead of the
original rq->sector, should be used when checking range for
lba48 dma.

10_ide_do_rw_disk_pre_task_out_intr_return_fix.patch

In __ide_do_rw_disk(), ide_started used to be returned blindly
after issusing PIO write. This can cause hang if
pre_task_out_intr() returns ide_stopped due to failed
ide_wait_stat() test. Fixed to pass the return value of
pre_task_out_intr().

11_ide_drive_sleeping_fix.patch

ide_drive_t.sleeping field added. 0 in sleep field used to
indicate inactive sleeping but because 0 is a valid jiffy
value, though slim, there's a chance that something can go
weird. And while at it, explicit jiffy comparisons are
converted to use time_{after|before} macros.
12_ide_hwgroup_t_polling.patch

ide_hwgroup_t.polling field added. 0 in poll_timeout field
used to indicate inactive polling but because 0 is a valid
jiffy value, though slim, there's a chance that something
weird can happen.

13_ide_tape_time_after.patch

Explicit jiffy comparision converted to time_after() macro.

14_ide_error_remove_NULL_test.patch

In ide_error(), drive cannot be NULL. ide_dump_status() can't
handle NULL drive.

15_ide_flagged_taskfile_data_byte_order_fix.patch

In flagged_taskfile(), when writing data register,
taskfile->data goes to the lower byte and hobfile->data goes
to the upper byte on little endian machines and the opposite
happens on big endian machines. This patch make
taskfile->data always go to the lower byte regardless of
endianess.

16_ide_flagged_taskfile_select_dev_bit_masking.patch

In flagged_taskfile(), make off DEV bit before OR'ing it with
drive->select.all when writing to IDE_SELECT_REG.

17_ide_flagged_taskfile_select_check.patch

In flagged_taskfile(), tf_out_flags.b.select should be checked
before using bits inside taskfile->device_head. When user
haven't specified the select register, the default
drive->select.all value should be used.

18_ide_comment_fixes.patch

Comment fixes.

19_ide_diag_taskfile_use_init_drive_cmd.patch

In ide_diag_taskfile(), when initializing taskfile rq,
ref_count wasn't initialized properly. Modified to use
ide_init_drive_cmd(). This doesn't really change any behavior
as the request isn't managed via the block layer.

20_ide_task_end_request_fix.patch

task_end_request() modified and made global. ide_dma_intr()
modified to use task_end_request(). These changes enable
TASKFILE ioctls to get valid register outputs on successful
completion. No in-kernel usage should be affected.

21_ide_do_taskfile.patch

Merged do_rw_taskfile() and flagged_taskfile() into
do_taskfile(). During the merge, the following changes took
place.
1. flagged taskfile now honors HOB feature register.
(do_rw_taskfile() did write to HOB feature.)
2. No do_rw_taskfile() HIHI check on select register. Except
for the DEV bit, all bits are honored.
3. Uses taskfile->data_phase to determine if dma trasfer is
requested. (do_rw_taskfile() directly switched on
taskfile->command for all dma commands)

22_ide_taskfile_flush.patch

All REQ_DRIVE_TASK users except ide_task_ioctl() converted
to use REQ_DRIVE_TASKFILE.
1. idedisk_issue_flush() converted to use REQ_DRIVE_TASKFILE.
This and the changes in ide_get_error_location() remove a
possible race condition between ide_get_error_location()
and other requests.
2. ide_queue_flush_cmd() converted to use REQ_DRIVE_TASKFILE.

23_ide_taskfile_task_ioctl.patch

ide_task_ioctl() modified to map to ide_taskfile_ioctl().
This is the last user of REQ_DRIVE_TASK.

24_ide_remove_task.patch

Unused REQ_DRIVE_TASK handling removed.

25_ide_taskfile_cmd.patch

All in-kernel REQ_DRIVE_CMD users except for ide_cmd_ioctl()
converted to use REQ_DRIVE_TASKFILE.

26_ide_taskfile_cmd_ioctl.patch

ide_cmd_ioctl() converted to use ide_taskfile_ioctl(). This
is the last user of REQ_DRIVE_CMD.

27_ide_remove_cmd.patch

Removed unused REQ_DRIVE_CMD handling.

28_ide_taskfile_init_drive_cmd.patch

ide_init_drive_cmd() now initializes rq->flags to
REQ_DRIVE_TASKFILE.

29_ide_explicit_TASKFILE_NO_DATA.patch

Make data_phase explicit in NO_DATA cases.

Thanks.

--
tejun

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