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Date:   Wed, 29 Nov 2017 16:19:33 +0000
From:   Greg KH <>
To:     "Bean Huo (beanhuo)" <>
Cc:     "" <>,
        "" <>,
        "" <>,
        "" <>
Subject: Re: UFS utilities

On Wed, Nov 29, 2017 at 03:39:19PM +0000, Bean Huo (beanhuo) wrote:
> Hi, Greg
> >On Mon, Nov 27, 2017 at 11:25:47AM +0000, Bean Huo (beanhuo) wrote:
> >> Hi, all
> >> Is there someone knows if exists one utilis dedicated to UFS device, rather
> >than SCSI utils?
> >> I have tried sg3-utils, but it is not convenient for the embedded ARM-based
> >system.
> >> And also it doesn't support several UFS special command.
> >
> >What specific UFS commands do you need to make to the device that the
> >current driver does not support?
> There are some UFS/vendor native commands. They are not SCSI based.

Exactly what ones are missing?  Again, there are numerous non-scsi UFS
commands supported in sysfs files in the in-kernel, and lots in the
different forks I mentioned.  I bet if you pull all of those together,
you should cover all of the ones you need, right?

> >And yes, this is a trick question as there are about 4 different major forks that
> >I know of of the UFS driver in different vendor trees, all of which support
> >different types of UFS commands :(
> >
> >> If we don't have this kind of tool for UFS, is it necessary for us to develop a
> >>ufs-utils?
> >
> >I doubt it, what neds to happen is getting all of the functionality that lives in
> >these different forks all merged upstream into the in-kernel driver.  Then I bet
> >all of the needed functionality you are looking for will be there.
> >
> Sometimes customers tend to use user space tool to do some configuration.
> And especially, for example the UFS FFU.

Again, that's fine, have you looked at what is currently present and
what is missing?


greg k-h

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