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SubjectRe: scst support for kernels above 2.6.15
Jeff V. Merkey wrote:
> Vladislav Bolkhovitin wrote:
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>>Jeff V. Merkey wrote:
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>>>I have noticed that scsi_do_req has apparently been obsoleted in 2.6.18
>>>and above. Is scst and target support for FC-AL going to
>>>remain supported and/or merged at some point? If so, what is planned
>>>for scst support for later kernels?
>>>
>>>
>>
>>Jeff, I don't know why you ask here and not in scst-devel mailing list,
>>but SCST has beed updated to use scsi_execute_async() instead of
>>scsi_do_req() in 2.6.18+ for quite a while. Yes, scst is going to be
>>supported in the future.
>>
>>Vlad
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> The code is not at sourceforge on your project site with these updates
> for 2.6.18. Where is the 2.6.18 version currently hosted?

It is there on http://sourceforge.net/projects/scst
(http://scst.sourceforge.net/). See 0.9.5 release version as well as
development code in the SVN.

Vlad

> P.S. I will post this to the scsi list in the future.

For scst only questions scst-devel on lists.sourceforge.net would be better.

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> Jeff
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