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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] Remove libsas PCI dependencies
    James Bottomley wrote:
    > Realistically, even for parisc, I can't see anyone producing a non-PCI
    > SAS device (even though I'd like one).

    A non-PCI device embedded on an SoC or system bus is highly -likely-, IMO.

    SAS+SATA silicon (w/out firmware assist as with aic94xx) is the
    direction that Marvell and Broadcom have gone. I would say it's
    practically inevitable that someone will embed a SAS+SATA chip eventually.


    > This should become enum dma_data_direction if we're going to go the
    > generic route.

    Updated.

    Jeff


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