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Subject[PATCH 05/42] docs: scsi: convert advansys.txt to ReST
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Signed-off-by: Mauro Carvalho Chehab <mchehab+huawei@kernel.org>
---
.../scsi/{advansys.txt => advansys.rst} | 129 +++++++++++-------
Documentation/scsi/index.rst | 1 +
MAINTAINERS | 2 +-
3 files changed, 81 insertions(+), 51 deletions(-)
rename Documentation/scsi/{advansys.txt => advansys.rst} (73%)

diff --git a/Documentation/scsi/advansys.txt b/Documentation/scsi/advansys.rst
similarity index 73%
rename from Documentation/scsi/advansys.txt
rename to Documentation/scsi/advansys.rst
index 4a3db62b7424..e0367e179696 100644
--- a/Documentation/scsi/advansys.txt
+++ b/Documentation/scsi/advansys.rst
@@ -1,3 +1,9 @@
+.. SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0
+
+=====================
+AdvanSys Driver Notes
+=====================
+
AdvanSys (Advanced System Products, Inc.) manufactures the following
RISC-based, Bus-Mastering, Fast (10 Mhz) and Ultra (20 Mhz) Narrow
(8-bit transfer) SCSI Host Adapters for the ISA, EISA, VL, and PCI
@@ -12,50 +18,51 @@ adapter detected. The number of CDBs used by the driver can be
lowered in the BIOS by changing the 'Host Queue Size' adapter setting.

Laptop Products:
- ABP-480 - Bus-Master CardBus (16 CDB)
+ - ABP-480 - Bus-Master CardBus (16 CDB)

Connectivity Products:
- ABP510/5150 - Bus-Master ISA (240 CDB)
- ABP5140 - Bus-Master ISA PnP (16 CDB)
- ABP5142 - Bus-Master ISA PnP with floppy (16 CDB)
- ABP902/3902 - Bus-Master PCI (16 CDB)
- ABP3905 - Bus-Master PCI (16 CDB)
- ABP915 - Bus-Master PCI (16 CDB)
- ABP920 - Bus-Master PCI (16 CDB)
- ABP3922 - Bus-Master PCI (16 CDB)
- ABP3925 - Bus-Master PCI (16 CDB)
- ABP930 - Bus-Master PCI (16 CDB)
- ABP930U - Bus-Master PCI Ultra (16 CDB)
- ABP930UA - Bus-Master PCI Ultra (16 CDB)
- ABP960 - Bus-Master PCI MAC/PC (16 CDB)
- ABP960U - Bus-Master PCI MAC/PC Ultra (16 CDB)
+ - ABP510/5150 - Bus-Master ISA (240 CDB)
+ - ABP5140 - Bus-Master ISA PnP (16 CDB)
+ - ABP5142 - Bus-Master ISA PnP with floppy (16 CDB)
+ - ABP902/3902 - Bus-Master PCI (16 CDB)
+ - ABP3905 - Bus-Master PCI (16 CDB)
+ - ABP915 - Bus-Master PCI (16 CDB)
+ - ABP920 - Bus-Master PCI (16 CDB)
+ - ABP3922 - Bus-Master PCI (16 CDB)
+ - ABP3925 - Bus-Master PCI (16 CDB)
+ - ABP930 - Bus-Master PCI (16 CDB)
+ - ABP930U - Bus-Master PCI Ultra (16 CDB)
+ - ABP930UA - Bus-Master PCI Ultra (16 CDB)
+ - ABP960 - Bus-Master PCI MAC/PC (16 CDB)
+ - ABP960U - Bus-Master PCI MAC/PC Ultra (16 CDB)

Single Channel Products:
- ABP542 - Bus-Master ISA with floppy (240 CDB)
- ABP742 - Bus-Master EISA (240 CDB)
- ABP842 - Bus-Master VL (240 CDB)
- ABP940 - Bus-Master PCI (240 CDB)
- ABP940U - Bus-Master PCI Ultra (240 CDB)
- ABP940UA/3940UA - Bus-Master PCI Ultra (240 CDB)
- ABP970 - Bus-Master PCI MAC/PC (240 CDB)
- ABP970U - Bus-Master PCI MAC/PC Ultra (240 CDB)
- ABP3960UA - Bus-Master PCI MAC/PC Ultra (240 CDB)
- ABP940UW/3940UW - Bus-Master PCI Ultra-Wide (253 CDB)
- ABP970UW - Bus-Master PCI MAC/PC Ultra-Wide (253 CDB)
- ABP3940U2W - Bus-Master PCI LVD/Ultra2-Wide (253 CDB)
+ - ABP542 - Bus-Master ISA with floppy (240 CDB)
+ - ABP742 - Bus-Master EISA (240 CDB)
+ - ABP842 - Bus-Master VL (240 CDB)
+ - ABP940 - Bus-Master PCI (240 CDB)
+ - ABP940U - Bus-Master PCI Ultra (240 CDB)
+ - ABP940UA/3940UA - Bus-Master PCI Ultra (240 CDB)
+ - ABP970 - Bus-Master PCI MAC/PC (240 CDB)
+ - ABP970U - Bus-Master PCI MAC/PC Ultra (240 CDB)
+ - ABP3960UA - Bus-Master PCI MAC/PC Ultra (240 CDB)
+ - ABP940UW/3940UW - Bus-Master PCI Ultra-Wide (253 CDB)
+ - ABP970UW - Bus-Master PCI MAC/PC Ultra-Wide (253 CDB)
+ - ABP3940U2W - Bus-Master PCI LVD/Ultra2-Wide (253 CDB)

Multi-Channel Products:
- ABP752 - Dual Channel Bus-Master EISA (240 CDB Per Channel)
- ABP852 - Dual Channel Bus-Master VL (240 CDB Per Channel)
- ABP950 - Dual Channel Bus-Master PCI (240 CDB Per Channel)
- ABP950UW - Dual Channel Bus-Master PCI Ultra-Wide (253 CDB Per Channel)
- ABP980 - Four Channel Bus-Master PCI (240 CDB Per Channel)
- ABP980U - Four Channel Bus-Master PCI Ultra (240 CDB Per Channel)
- ABP980UA/3980UA - Four Channel Bus-Master PCI Ultra (16 CDB Per Chan.)
- ABP3950U2W - Bus-Master PCI LVD/Ultra2-Wide and Ultra-Wide (253 CDB)
- ABP3950U3W - Bus-Master PCI Dual LVD2/Ultra3-Wide (253 CDB)
+ - ABP752 - Dual Channel Bus-Master EISA (240 CDB Per Channel)
+ - ABP852 - Dual Channel Bus-Master VL (240 CDB Per Channel)
+ - ABP950 - Dual Channel Bus-Master PCI (240 CDB Per Channel)
+ - ABP950UW - Dual Channel Bus-Master PCI Ultra-Wide (253 CDB Per Channel)
+ - ABP980 - Four Channel Bus-Master PCI (240 CDB Per Channel)
+ - ABP980U - Four Channel Bus-Master PCI Ultra (240 CDB Per Channel)
+ - ABP980UA/3980UA - Four Channel Bus-Master PCI Ultra (16 CDB Per Chan.)
+ - ABP3950U2W - Bus-Master PCI LVD/Ultra2-Wide and Ultra-Wide (253 CDB)
+ - ABP3950U3W - Bus-Master PCI Dual LVD2/Ultra3-Wide (253 CDB)

Driver Compile Time Options and Debugging
+=========================================

The following constants can be defined in the source file.

@@ -88,26 +95,30 @@ The following constants can be defined in the source file.
first three hex digits of the pseudo I/O Port must be set to
'deb' and the fourth hex digit specifies the debug level: 0 - F.
The following command line will look for an adapter at 0x330
- and set the debug level to 2.
+ and set the debug level to 2::

linux advansys=0x330,0,0,0,0xdeb2

If the driver is built as a loadable module this variable can be
defined when the driver is loaded. The following insmod command
- will set the debug level to one.
+ will set the debug level to one::

insmod advansys.o asc_dbglvl=1

Debugging Message Levels:
- 0: Errors Only
- 1: High-Level Tracing
- 2-N: Verbose Tracing
+
+
+ ==== ==================
+ 0 Errors Only
+ 1 High-Level Tracing
+ 2-N Verbose Tracing
+ ==== ==================

To enable debug output to console, please make sure that:

a. System and kernel logging is enabled (syslogd, klogd running).
b. Kernel messages are routed to console output. Check
- /etc/syslog.conf for an entry similar to this:
+ /etc/syslog.conf for an entry similar to this::

kern.* /dev/console

@@ -120,8 +131,11 @@ The following constants can be defined in the source file.

Alternatively you can enable printk() to console with this
program. However, this is not the 'official' way to do this.
+
Debug output is logged in /var/log/messages.

+ ::
+
main()
{
syscall(103, 7, 0, 0);
@@ -144,11 +158,11 @@ The following constants can be defined in the source file.
Statistics are only available for kernels greater than or equal
to v1.3.0 with the CONFIG_PROC_FS (/proc) file system configured.

- AdvanSys SCSI adapter files have the following path name format:
+ AdvanSys SCSI adapter files have the following path name format::

/proc/scsi/advansys/{0,1,2,3,...}

- This information can be displayed with cat. For example:
+ This information can be displayed with cat. For example::

cat /proc/scsi/advansys/0

@@ -156,6 +170,7 @@ The following constants can be defined in the source file.
contain adapter and device configuration information.

Driver LILO Option
+==================

If init/main.c is modified as described in the 'Directions for Adding
the AdvanSys Driver to Linux' section (B.4.) above, the driver will
@@ -167,17 +182,30 @@ affects searching for ISA and VL boards.

Examples:
1. Eliminate I/O port scanning:
- boot: linux advansys=
- or
- boot: linux advansys=0x0
+
+ boot::
+
+ linux advansys=
+
+ or::
+
+ boot: linux advansys=0x0
+
2. Limit I/O port scanning to one I/O port:
- boot: linux advansys=0x110
+
+ boot::
+
+ linux advansys=0x110
+
3. Limit I/O port scanning to four I/O ports:
- boot: linux advansys=0x110,0x210,0x230,0x330
+
+ boot::
+
+ linux advansys=0x110,0x210,0x230,0x330

For a loadable module the same effect can be achieved by setting
the 'asc_iopflag' variable and 'asc_ioport' array when loading
-the driver, e.g.
+the driver, e.g.::

insmod advansys.o asc_iopflag=1 asc_ioport=0x110,0x330

@@ -187,6 +215,7 @@ the 'Driver Compile Time Options and Debugging' section above for
more information.

Credits (Chronological Order)
+=============================

Bob Frey <bfrey@turbolinux.com.cn> wrote the AdvanSys SCSI driver
and maintained it up to 3.3F. He continues to answer questions
diff --git a/Documentation/scsi/index.rst b/Documentation/scsi/index.rst
index 2e0429d1a7a5..df526a0ceccf 100644
--- a/Documentation/scsi/index.rst
+++ b/Documentation/scsi/index.rst
@@ -9,5 +9,6 @@ Linux SCSI Subsystem

53c700
aacraid
+ advansys

scsi_transport_srp/figures
diff --git a/MAINTAINERS b/MAINTAINERS
index cb6ecdbc96da..aac8ef48dc08 100644
--- a/MAINTAINERS
+++ b/MAINTAINERS
@@ -540,7 +540,7 @@ M: Matthew Wilcox <willy@infradead.org>
M: Hannes Reinecke <hare@suse.com>
L: linux-scsi@vger.kernel.org
S: Maintained
-F: Documentation/scsi/advansys.txt
+F: Documentation/scsi/advansys.rst
F: drivers/scsi/advansys.c

ADXL34X THREE-AXIS DIGITAL ACCELEROMETER DRIVER (ADXL345/ADXL346)
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2.21.1
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