> > > - if (cond)
> > > + if (IS_ENABLED(CONFIG_INFINIBAND_QEDR) && cond)
> > > qed_rdma_dpm_bar(p_hwfn, p_ptt);
> > Why not simply fix the qed_roce.h empty implementation?
> Mainly for consistency: we have a couple of interfaces that are called from
> qed driver that are implemented in qed_roce.c. We can either use a 'static
> helper for all of them, or use if(IS_ENABLED()) everywhere. Since this was the
> only function that had a helper and that helper was defined incorrectly, I
> with the second option.
Actually, that's not the case. I think with this exception, all the rest of the
in qed_roce.h aren't really needed, as those functions should only be accessed
the qed_rdma_ops. I'll remove those later [or we can remove them as part of v2].
The genereal qed* preference is to have empty static-inline implementations
in case content is compiled-out [Look at iov for example].
> > > -#if IS_ENABLED(CONFIG_INFINIBAND_QEDR)
> > > + if (!IS_ENABLED(CONFIG_INFINIBAND_QEDR))
> > > + return 0;
> > > +
> > > num_l2_queues = 0;
> > > for_each_hwfn(cdev, i)
> > > num_l2_queues += FEAT_NUM(&cdev->hwfns[i],
> QED_PF_L2_QUE); @@
> > > -738,7 +736,6 @@ static int qed_slowpath_setup_int(struct qed_dev
> > > *cdev,
> > > DP_VERBOSE(cdev, QED_MSG_RDMA, "roce_msix_cnt=%d
> > > roce_msix_base=%d\n",
> > > cdev->int_params.rdma_msix_cnt,
> > > cdev->int_params.rdma_msix_base); -#endif
> > While I don't mind, you could have argued is that we're not removing
> > enough, not too much.
> > I.e., perhaps the rdma_msix_* fields should also have been ifdef-ed
> > instead. [in which case this solution would not have worked]
> That would add even more #ifdefs though.
I agree. Although I'm never clear on the guidelines for the tradeoff -
How much memory/code is considered too much so that you'd have
To ifdef code out instead of 'wasting'?
[I obviously don't claim 64 bytes of memory hit that threshold]
BTW, are you interested in doing a v2 for this? Or would you prefer
if we'd pick it up from here?