Re: [PATCH v2 00/10] scsi: pm8001: Bug fix and cleanup

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On Tue, 12 Sep 2023 08:27:35 +0900, Damien Le Moal wrote:

> The first patch of this series fixes an issue with IRQ setup which
> prevents the controller from resuming after a system suspend.
> The following patches are code cleanup without any functional changes.
> Changes from v1:
>  * Added Acked-by tag from Jack
>  * Fixed patch 10 to avoid a sparse warning
> [...]

Applied to 6.7/scsi-queue, thanks!

[01/10] scsi: pm8001: Setup IRQs on resume
[02/10] scsi: pm8001: Introduce pm8001_free_irq()
[03/10] scsi: pm8001: Introduce pm8001_init_tasklet()
[04/10] scsi: pm8001: Introduce pm8001_kill_tasklet()
[05/10] scsi: pm8001: Introduce pm8001_handle_irq()
[06/10] scsi: pm8001: Simplify pm8001_chip_interrupt_enable/disable()
[07/10] scsi: pm8001: Remove pm80xx_chip_intx_interrupt_enable/disable()
[08/10] scsi: pm8001: Remove PM8001_USE_MSIX
[09/10] scsi: pm8001: Remove PM8001_USE_TASKLET
[10/10] scsi: pm8001: Remove PM8001_READ_VPD

Martin K. Petersen	Oracle Linux Engineering

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