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SubjectRe: [PATCH v1] scsi: Don't select SCSI_PROC_FS by default
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On 2019-07-08 2:01 a.m., Hannes Reinecke wrote:
> On 7/5/19 7:53 PM, Douglas Gilbert wrote:
>> On 2019-07-05 3:22 a.m., Hannes Reinecke wrote:
> [ .. ]
>>> As mentioned, rescan-scsi-bus.sh is keeping references to /proc/scsi as
>>> a fall back only, as it's meant to work kernel independent. Per default
>>> it'll be using /sys, and will happily work without /proc/scsi.
>>>
>>> So it's really only /proc/scsi/sg which carries some meaningful
>>> information; maybe we should move/copy it to somewhere else.
>>>
>>> I personally like getting rid of /proc/scsi.
>>
>> /proc/scsi/device_info doesn't seem to be in sysfs.
>>
>> Could the contents of /proc/scsi/sg/* be placed in
>> /sys/class/scsi_generic/* ? Currently that directory only has symlinks
>> to the sg devices.
>>
> The sg parameters are already available in /sys/module/sg/parameters;
> so from that perspective I feel we're good.

# ls /sys/module/sg/parameters/
allow_dio def_reserved_size scatter_elem_sz

# ls /proc/scsi/sg/
allow_dio debug def_reserved_size device_hdr devices device_strs
red_debug version

So that doesn't work, what are in 'parameters' are passed in at
module/driver initialization. Back to my original question: Could the
contents of /proc/scsi/sg/* be placed in /sys/class/scsi_generic/* ?

> Problem is /proc/scsi/device_info, for which we currently don't have any
> other location to store it at.
> Hmm.

Doug Gilbert

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