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    SubjectRe: DMA mapping (was Re: [PATCH] cciss 2.6; replaces DMA masks with kernel defines)
    Hi!

    > > I know of two others ...
    > >
    > > sym2 has:
    > > #define DMA_DAC_MASK 0x000000ffffffffffULL /* 40-bit */
    > >
    > > and aic7xxx has:
    > > const uint64_t mask_39bit = 0x7FFFFFFFFFULL;
    > >
    > > Would you mind respinning your patch to include these?
    > >
    >
    > I'm grepping the drivers, and what a mess. This will be a nice cleanup.
    >
    > Why would someone use 0xFFFFffff?

    To make it easier to count Fs?
    Pavel
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