On 04/11/2018 10:07 AM, David Miller wrote:
> From: Nathan Fontenot <nf...@linux.vnet.ibm.com>
> Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2018 09:37:21 -0500
>> There is a bug in handling the possible return codes from sending the
>> login CRQ. The current code treats any non-success return value,
>> minus failure to send the crq and a timeout waiting for a login response,
>> as a need to re-send the login CRQ. This can put the drive in an
>                                                        ^^^^^
> "driver"
>> inifinite loop of trying to login when getting return values other
>   ^^^^^^^^^
> "infinite"
>> that a partial success such as a return code of aborted. For these
>> scenarios the login will not ever succeed at this point and the
>> driver would need to be reset again.
>> To resolve this loop trying to login is updated to only retry the
>> login if the driver gets a return code of a partial success. Other
>> return coes are treated as an error and the driver returns an error
>          ^^^^
> "codes"
>> from ibmvnic_login().
>> To avoid infinite looping in the partial success return cases, the
>> number of retries is capped at the maximum number of supported
>> queues. This value was chosen because the driver does a renegatiation
>                                                           ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> "renegotiation"
>> of capabilities which sets the number of queus possible and allows
>                                            ^^^^^
> "queues"

Oh man, complete spelling failure. resending.


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