Bart, > A recent change in the SCSI core caused certain request failures no > longer to be reported to user space. Damien noticed this by sending a > write request that is not aligned to the write pointer to an SMR drive > from user space. Such non-aligned write requests are failed by the > drive and such failures should be reported to user space. This patch > series makes sure that all SCSI request failures are again reported to > user space. This patch series also makes the SCSI core recognize > status codes like CONDITION MET as not being an error. Please > consider at least the first patch in this series for the rc stage of > kernel v4.17.
Applied to 4.17/scsi-fixes. Thank you! -- Martin K. Petersen Oracle Linux Engineering