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    SubjectRe: dev_printk output
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    On Fri, 2006-05-19 at 22:55 -0600, Matthew Wilcox wrote:
    > Then we still get the inconsistency of device names changing as
    > drivers
    > are loaded. I think we should declare it a bug for devices to not be
    > on a bus. The only example I have of devices not-on-a-bus are scsi
    > targets. I would propose introducing a new scsi_target bus for them,
    > then removing the 'target' from the start of the bus_id. Adding them
    > to
    > the scsi bus looks like it'd be a lot of work.

    It's not just the target. All the intermediate devices in transport
    classes don't have busses either. The only reason scsi_device has a
    bus is so we can use the driver model to bind the ULDs.

    James


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