Re: [ANNOUNCE] target-pending tree updated to v3.6-rc2

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On Thursday, August 16, 2012 11:49:44 PM Nicholas A. Bellinger wrote:
> On Thu, 2012-08-16 at 19:43 -0700, Nicholas A. Bellinger wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > 
> > With the release of v3.6-rc2 this afternoon, the target-pending.git tree
> > now has been updated using the freshly cut -rc2 as it's new HEAD.
> > Patches destined into for-3.7 code are now being added into for-next for
> > linux-next build testing.
> > 
> > Also, thanks go out to MST, Stefan, and Paolo who managed to get
> > tcm_vhost fabric code merged in mainline for -rc2  under the special
> > post merge window exception rule for new kernel code, which in my
> > experience tends to happens about as often as Haley's comet comes
> > around..
> > 
> > Here is the current breakdown of pending patches by branch:
> > 
> > master: (patches headed for 3.6-rc-fixes)
> > 
> > 5b7517f8 tcm_vhost: Change vhost_scsi_target->vhost_wwpn to char *
> > d0e27c88 target: fix NULL pointer dereference bug alloc_page() fails to
> > get memory 1fa8f450 tcm_fc: Avoid debug overhead when not debugging
> > 101998f6 tcm_vhost: Post-merge review changes requested by MST
> > f0e0e9bb tcm_vhost: Fix incorrect IS_ERR() usage in
> > vhost_scsi_map_iov_to_sgl
> Whoops..  Missed one extra target/pscsi regression bug-fix reported
> recently by Alex Elsayed (CC'ed) that has just been pushed into master
> here:
> target/pscsi: Fix bug with REPORT_LUNs handling for SCSI passthrough
> f;h=1d2a2cd95ee0137a2353d1b5635739c281f27cd4
> Alex-E, you where able to get TYPE_ROM passthrough w/ pSCSI export
> working on your setup with this patch, yes..?
> Thanks!
> --nab

The patch got it to where XP and Windows 7 would recognize it and mount it, 
but there's still some weirdness - for instance, opening it in the file browser 
hangs for an extended period of time before it starts working. No noise in 
dmesg when that happens, and I haven't had time to look deeper.
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