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SubjectRe: [patch] nvme-fabrics: correct some printk information
For my check, most of the results fall into three categories.

1) False positives (40% of results)
2) Badly designed interfaces that take a pointer to a pointer for no
reason and can be cleaned up. (5%)
3) Bugs where we modified the code, but haven't tested it. Most of the
time passing the wrong pointer will be detected right away during
testing so it's not like this is a super common type of bug. (55%)

I haven't pushed the check because 40% false positives is probably
enough to make people complain.

regards,
dan carpenter

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