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SubjectRe: [PATCH V3 0/5] nvme-trace: Add support for fabrics command
On 19-05-12 16:34:08, Minwoo Im wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Here's a third patchset to support fabrics command tracing. The first
> patch updated host/trace module to a outside of it to provide common
> interfaces for host and target both. The second one adds support for
> tracing fabrics command from host-side. The third is a trivial clean-up
> for providing a helper function to figure out given command structure is
> for fabrics or not.
>
> The fourth and fifth are the major change points of this patchset. 4th
> patch adds request tracing from the target-side. 5th updated, of course,
> completion of given request.
>
> Please review.
> Thanks,
>
> Changes to V2:
> - Provide a common code for both host and target. (Chaitanya)
> - Add support for tracing requests in target-side (Chaitanya)
> - Make it simple in trace.h without branch out from nvme core module
> (Christoph)
>
> Changes to V1:
> - fabrics commands should also be decoded, not just showing that it's
> a fabrics command. (Christoph)
> - do not make it within nvme admin commands (Chaitanya)
>
> Minwoo Im (5):
> nvme: Make trace common for host and target both
> nvme-trace: Support tracing fabrics commands from host-side
> nvme: Introduce nvme_is_fabrics to check fabrics cmd
> nvme-trace: Add tracing for req_init in trarget
> nvme-trace: Add tracing for req_comp in target

Ping :)

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