Benjamin Li wrote:
> Hi Mike,
> I have attached the uio source here in this email.  This should be the
> same as the tarfile I have attached to the RHEL 442418 bugzilla report
> on 2009-05-21 23:05 EDT.  Please let me know if the tarfiles aren't the
> same.  The website to host the uIP is still not just quite ready yet.

So are you guys planning on distrubuting uio with open-iscsi or separately?

My preference is with open-iscsi because I think it will be easier for 
users to have it all in one place/package. If we could also avoid having 
multiple config files or at least multiple config file formats it would 
be nice too. If users did not have to sit and think about if something 
goes in a uip or iscsid config file and what format the config file used 
it would be nice for them. It is weird to configure part of the 
initiator with one format and the other part of the initiator with 
another (I do not think this is a high priority at first).

For the code, I was wondering if there is any pointers on how to hook in 
other drivers. The Chelsio devs have started looking into this.

> Thanks again.
> -Ben
> On Mon, 2009-06-01 at 16:03 -0700, Mike Christie wrote:
>> Benjamin Li wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> This patch is used in conjunction with the bnx2i patch Michael Chan sent
>>> eariler to the scsi mailing lists.  This is part of the userspace
>>> portion of the Broadcom iSCSI offload solution.  This patch is needed
>>> because the uIP stack will use some of the configuration data from the
>>> iface file to determine the iSCSI IP address.
>>> The uIP source code will be posted to the web soon, and I will provide a
>>> link when the website is up and running.
>>> Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.  
>>> Thanks again.
>> I am doing some cleanup to this code. Do you by any change have any uio 
>> parts you can share? I do not care if it is production ready. I just 
>> want to check for regressions in my changes.,

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