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SubjectRe: [Outreachy kernel] Re: [PATCH v3] staging: rtl8192u: Replace printk() with more standardize output format.


On Wed, 7 Mar 2018, Dan Carpenter wrote:

> On Wed, Mar 07, 2018 at 04:09:09PM +0530, Arushi Singhal wrote:
> > @@ -276,22 +276,22 @@ static int ieee80211_ccmp_decrypt(struct sk_buff *skb, int hdr_len, void *priv)
> > keyidx = pos[3];
> > if (!(keyidx & (1 << 5))) {
> > if (net_ratelimit()) {
> > - printk(KERN_DEBUG "CCMP: received packet without ExtIV flag from %pM\n",
> > - hdr->addr2);
> > + netdev_dbg(skb->dev, "CCMP: received packet without ExtIV flag from %pM\n",
> > + hdr->addr2);
> > }
>
> I'm sorry. I really hate to do this to you... But the right thing here
> is to use net_dbg_ratelimited() but get rid of the if (net_ratelimit())
> check. So it looks like this:
>
> if (!(keyidx & (1 << 5))) {
> net_dbg_ratelimited(skb->dev,
> "CCMP: received packet without ExtIV flag from %pM\n",
> hdr->addr2);
> }
>
> Sorry again, when I looked at it before I just replied what my fast
> thinking lizard brain said instead of taking time to look at what I was
> saying.

I don't think that net_dbg_ratelimited wants a skb->dev argument. The
various definitions in include/linux/net.h just have fmt as the first
argument.

julia

>
>
> regards,
> dan carpenter
>
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