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SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/7] scsi: ufs: Add Configuration Descriptor to sysfs
On Tue, 2018-05-29 at 11:17 -0700, Evan Green wrote:
> This change adds the configuration descriptor to the UFS
> sysfs interface. This is done in preparation for making the
> interface writable, which will enable provisioning UFS devices
> via Linux.
> The configuration descriptor is laid out as a header, then a set of
> (usually 8) copies of the same descriptor for each unit. Rather than
> creating 8 sets of the same attribute, this interface adds a cfg_unit
> file, which can be set as an index that defines which of the 8
> configuration unit descriptors are being shown through sysfs.

I don't know any other example of a sysfs attribute that controls the
contents of another sysfs attribute so I don't know whether this kind
of behavior is acceptable for sysfs attributes. Additionally, how can
these two sysfs attributes be used together from concurrently running
processes without triggering a race condition?


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