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Date:	Sun, 23 Feb 2014 20:45:49 +0100
From:	Alexander Gordeev <>
To:	James Smart <>
Subject: Re: [PATCH 12/22] lpfc: Use pci_enable_msix_range()

On Thu, Feb 20, 2014 at 11:47:02AM -0500, James Smart wrote:
> Alexander,
> I've reworked this patch to layer on top of our rev 8.3.45 patches
> that were just posted to linux-scsi. There were some conflicts due to
> new additions.  Additionally, there were two other uses of pci_enable_msiXXX
> that needed to be addressed.  The changes in this patch also address the
> change requested by:
> "[PATCH 11/22] lpfc: Remove superfluous call to pci_disable_msix()"
> To avoid creating merge conflicts - either by your patches going in then
> scsi git tree trying to merge or by scsi git tree going in and your patches
> trying to merge - I recommend that you eliminate your lpfc patches from the
> kernel and apply the patch below once scsi git with the updated lpfc driver
> has actually merged.

Hi James,

Thank you for the review and for the updated patch - it is embarrassing 
I have not addressed all pci_enable_msix()'s.

I will keep the two patches separate to ease bisecting -
I am going to repost the patches on top of scsi tree.


Alexander Gordeev
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