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SubjectRe: SCSI breakage on non-cache coherent architectures
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> I'd like to be rid of it inside the command for various reasons: every
> command has one of these, and they're expensive in the allocation (at 96
> bytes). There's no reason we have to allocate and free that amount of
> space with every command. In theory, the number of these is bounded at
> the queue depth, in practice, there's usually only one, and this DMA
> alignment issue does requires most drivers to double copy.

Do you have a plan for short term here ? I'd like something fixed
for .25, so I may have to introduce a __dma_aligned macro of some sort
to deal with that in the meantime...

Ben.


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