Re: [PATCH net-next-2.6 0/7] SCTP updates for net-next-2.6

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> Wei, while you are re-spinning this patch set I want to bring up
> something I just noticed in the SCTP code.
> The ->dst_saddr() method is not used by anything, it appears.
> The ipv4 variant, sctp_v4_dst_saddr() is called internally by the
> ipv4 specific code, but that's it.
> So I think the ->dst_saddr member of sctp_pf can be completely
> removed, as can sctp_v6_dst_saddr().
> The sctp_v4_dst_saddr() function, of course, will need to be retained.

David, thanks to noticed this. I will cleanup it.

And I have a stupid question about the rule of backport.  Since those
patchs have existed so long time, when I backport those patchs, I'd better
fix the bug in the original patch, or create new patch to fix it? Also how
about some thing need to improvement like the ->dst_saddr() method?
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