Re: generic_make_request fucntion for scsi_disk
From: Alan Stern
Date: Sat Jun 20 2009 - 10:39:32 EST
On Sat, 20 Jun 2009, Ravish Tayal wrote:
> I am debugging Filesystem code for USB mass storage devices.
What part of the filesystem code are you debugging?
Your questions talk about four separate layers: the filesystem, the
block layer, the SCSI layer, and the usb-storage driver. Normally
people work on only one layer at a time.
Why are you concerned with more than one layer?
> I need
> help to figure out after generic_make_request how the request is
> placed to scsi disk (sd) requeset queue and than how sd qeueuecommand
> to usb_storeage thread. (in which context, is it system call context)
> inside generic_make_request
> 1. q = bdev_get_queue(bio->bi_bdev); [is sd.c register queue this
> queue or any other scsi file?]
See scsi_alloc_sdev() in scsi_scan.c. That's where the queue is
> 2. ret = q->make_request_fn(q, bio); [which file contain this
> make_request_fn for scsi disk driver (generic)]
scsi_request_fn() is in scsi_lib.c. You could have found this out by
yourself very easily with grep. sd_prep_fn() is in sd.c.
> As per my unsderanding flow is like
> Fat_writepage ->_block_write_full_page --> blkdev_writepage-->
> block_write_full_page-->submit_bh-->generic_make_request ??? (sd ??)
> ----> queuecommand
> Please suggest any sorce file, link or document.
The most relevant source files are scsi_lib.c and scsi.c.
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