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SubjectRe: [PATCH 09/13] Core WQE/CQE Types
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 > +struct t3_send_wr {
> + struct fw_riwrh wrh; /* 0 */
> + union t3_wrid wrid; /* 1 */
> +
> + enum t3_rdma_opcode rdmaop:8;
> + u32 reserved:24; /* 2 */

Does this do the right thing wrt endianness? I'd be more comfortable
with something like

u8 rdmaop;
u8 reserved[3];

(although the __attribute__((packed)) on enum t3_rdma_opcode does make
it OK to use here, I guess)

> + u32 rem_stag; /* 2 */
> + u32 plen; /* 3 */
> + u32 num_sgle;
> + struct t3_sge sgl[T3_MAX_SGE]; /* 4+ */
> +};
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