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SubjectRe: [PATCH net-next] net: hns: bug fix about hisilicon TSO BD mode

On 2016/1/19 0:55, David Miller wrote:
> From: Daode Huang <>
> Date: Mon, 18 Jan 2016 17:24:16 +0800
>> The current upstreaming code fails to set the tso_mode register
>> when initilizes, when processes large size packets, the default 4 bd is
>> not enough, so this patch initilizes it and set the default value to 8 bds
>> Signed-off-by: Daode Huang <>
> Your insistance of continually using "net-next" in your subject lines
> shows you have no idea what GIT trees are active and in what trees
> development and bug fixing is actually occurring in.
> The 'net' tree is the only tree active now and your driver has been in
> there for over a week.
> And this is the place where all appropriate bug fixes go.
> Therefore if your code is present in the 'net' tree and you are fixing
> things in that codebase, then that is the tree you target.
> I've been silently applying your patches there instead of net-next,
> but I'm not going to do it any more and I will just reject patches not
> submitted properly from this point forward.
> Thanks.
> .

Hi David,
Thanks for your comments, will pay more attention to it.

Best Regards

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