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Date:	Wed, 29 Aug 2007 10:53:26 -0700
From:	Divy Le Ray <>
To:	Roland Dreier <>
CC:	Jeff Garzik <>,,,
	Steve Wise <>
Subject: Re: [PATCH 2.6.23 0/2] cxgb3 - Fix dev->priv usage

Roland Dreier wrote:
> Looks OK to me but I would just roll up the second patch into the
> first patch and let Jeff merge it as one commit.  There's no point in
> creating an intermediate tree that doesn't build -- it just breaks git
> bisect for no useful purpose.

Okay, Jeff agrees too, I'll do so.

> Also as a side note, when trying to test this I got the message
>     could not load TP SRAM: unable to load t3a_protocol_sram-1.0.44.bin
> and you guys seem to only have t3b protocol sram images on your web
> site.  Could you send me the t3a file (or swap out my T3A boards for
> T3B boards ;)?
I'd rather fix the driver then:
First, HW folks tell me that there is no need for engine
microcode update for T3A.
Moreover, there is a bug when the file name is constructed.
We have T3B and T3B2 board revs, the driver looks for
t3b_protocol_sram-1.0.44.bin for T3B2 boards and defaults to
t3a_protocol_sram-1.0.44.bin even for T3B boards.
I submitted a patch fixing this in netdev#upstream.
I should propose the fix for 2.6.23 instead.


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