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SubjectRe: [PATCH 2.6.13-rc6] remove dead reset function from cpqfcTS driver
Christoph Hellwig wrote:
>On Tue, Aug 16, 2005 at 11:11:06AM +0200, Rolf Eike Beer wrote:
>> cpqfcTS_reset() is never referenced from anywhere. By using the
>> nonexistent constant SCSI_RESET_ERROR it causes just another unneeded
>> compile error.
>That was the old reset handler. Do you actually have this hardware?
>The driver is pretty much un-recoverable and mkp is working on a from
>scratch driver for this hardware - I don't think putting any work into the
>driver makes sense unless you have a very urgent need to use it.

No, I don't have (but maybe I'll get access to it soon). There was a request
on lkml last week for a working version of this driver. For the moment I try
to clean this up a bit before doing some real work. I found 4 major things
that should be done, for half of them I have patches in a proof-of-concept

-split the interrupt handler into a handler and a tasklet
-remove the stack abuse
-use Linux 2.6 hardware probing code (this would cause the most problems for
me, I'm not familiar with the preferred way of doing this for scsi drivers)
-fix kernel thread stopping

After this some more error checking at different places can't hurt. And a big
Lindent run.

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