[Open-FCoE] BUG?

Milind Dumbare milind at linsyssoft.com
Tue Apr 1 08:08:41 UTC 2008


Hi Yi,
Thanks a lot, this patch worked.

-Miline

On Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 1:47 AM, Zou, Yi <yi.zou at intel.com> wrote:

> >>Hi All,
> >>I keep on getting this asser failed error. When I enable target and
> >>initiator.
> >>Kernel Panic - not syncing: ASSERT FAILED (found == rp) @
> >>/home/guest/fcoe_target/open-fcoe-misc/libfc/fc_remote_port.c:277
> >>
> >>Both my target and initiator are fresh git trees from open-fcoe.org
> >>I updated from old git tree because of this error previously, still
> not
> >>getting it working.
> >Looks to me a bug alright, can you file the bug w/ details of
> >reproducing it. And, you are most welcome to submit the patch to fix
> >it...
> >
> >yi
> Just realized that this same problem was already fixed in kernel source
> tree in fc_local_port_ptp_setup() where fc_remote_port_lookup_create()
> is called. It passes 0 as fid. I shall create a bug and submit the patch
> for this shortly.
>
> yi
>
> >
> >>
> >>-
> >>Milind Dumbare
> >>Sr. Systems Engg.
> >>Linsyssoft Technologies.
> >>http://www.dumbare.com/
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Milind Dumbare
Sr. Systems Engg.
Linsyssoft Technologies.
http://www.dumbare.com/
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