[PATCH, RFC] blk-mq: use a delayed work item for timeouts
axboe at fb.com
Mon Oct 12 12:34:20 PDT 2015
On 10/12/2015 01:29 PM, Christoph Hellwig wrote:
> For some pending NVMe work I'd really love to be able to get my timeouts
> from process context. So far it seems only SCSI and NVMe use the blk-mq
> timeout handler, and both don't seem to be particularly excited about
> being called from time context. Does anyone have an objection against
> the patch below that switches it to use a delayed work item? I could
> make use of this quickly for NVMe, but for SCSI we still have to deal
> with the old request code which can't be switched to a delayed work
> as easily.
No that's definitely fine with me, imho most error handling callbacks
should be in process context for ease of use in the driver.
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