SUMMARY: final BETA patch: scsiinfo-4.7 with qus and qlc support.
coyote at step.polymtl.ca
Fri Nov 28 10:51:33 EST 2003
You will find below my final patch to scsiinfo 4.7. I have submitted this
patch to John DiMarco but I'd rather have people use my 220.127.116.11 patch
instead of the previous 4.7.0.x versions that circulated here. This is
until John gets the time to look into this and perhaps release a new
version of the official 'scsiinfo'. This patch adds 'qus' and 'qlc'
support. Support for these adapters will most likely be improved at a
later time when I get more information for the 'qus' driver.
URL for the Diff against scsiinfo-4.7:
MD5 cksum: 9b5b243f47602cffed3973146f953898
URL for the complete source tarball (WARNING: your rcsid's might differ).
MD5 cksum: 0ded424f6b841e69468873af5da3ee5b
URL for MD5 cksum file:
http://step.polymtl.ca/~coyote/scsiinfo-18.104.22.168.tar.gz.md5 (MD5 cksum)
The source tarball also includes a Solaris 8 64bit binary built with
Proposed release notes:
- Support for qus (X6758A) SCSI-3 cards.
- Support for qlc (X6727A, X6767A, X6768A) FC cards.
- Improved glm detection a bit.
- Compiles under gcc-3.2 and above (stdarg.h).
The following people contributed to this patch and should get credit:
- xvi at rpc1.org for help on exploring kernel structures and building headers.
- Tom Schmidt, for submitting a patch for SunOS-5.6 and SunOS-4.1.x.
- Charles Seeger, for hints on fixing the #ifdef mess I made in utils.[ch].
- Ric Anderson, for pointing out the problem with -p and get_devicepath().
- Robert Maiello, for much debugging and prtconf output information
- Special Thanks go to Lyle Merdan at QLogic for a lot of informative feedback.
- And also Paul Theodoropoulos, Rich Kulawiec, Stuart F. Biggar.
Thanks for reading.
Vincent S. Cojot, Computer Engineering. STEP project. _.,-*~'`^`'~*-,._.,-*~
Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Comite Micro-Informatique. _.,-*~'`^`'~*-,.
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