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SD memory card driver #17

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needs to be developed

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@mfuzzey mfuzzey USB: usbtest - Add tests to ensure HCDs can accept byte aligned buffers.
Add a set of new tests similar to the existing ones but using
transfer buffers at an "odd" address [ie offset of +1 from
the buffer obtained by kmalloc() or usb_alloc_coherent()]

The new tests are:
#17 : bulk out (like #1) using kmalloc and DMA mapping by USB core.
#18 : bulk in (like #2) using kmalloc and DMA mapping by USB core.
#19 : bulk out (like #1) using usb_alloc_coherent()
#20 : bulk in (like #2) using usb_alloc_coherent()
#21 : control write (like #14)
#22 : isochonous out (like #15)
#23 : isochonous in (like #16)

Signed-off-by: Martin Fuzzey <>
Signed-off-by: Greg Kroah-Hartman <>
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@shirishpargaonkar shirishpargaonkar cifs: Add idmap key and related data structures and functions (try #17

Define (global) data structures to store ids, uids and gids, to which a
SID maps.  There are two separate trees, one for SID/uid and another one
for SID/gid.

A new type of key, cifs_idmap_key_type, is used.

Keys are instantiated and searched using credential of the root by
overriding and restoring the credentials of the caller requesting the key.

Id mapping functions are invoked under config option of cifs acl.

Signed-off-by: Shirish Pargaonkar <>
Signed-off-by: Steve French <>
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@shirishpargaonkar shirishpargaonkar cifs: Invoke id mapping functions (try #17 repost)
rb tree search and insertion routines.

A SID which needs to be mapped, is looked up in one of the rb trees
depending on whether SID is either owner or group SID.
If found in the tree, a (mapped) id from that node is assigned to
uid or gid as appropriate.  If unmapped, an upcall is attempted to
map the SID to an id.  If upcall is successful, node is marked as
mapped.  If upcall fails, node stays marked as unmapped and a mapping
is attempted again only after an arbitrary time period has passed.

To map a SID, which can be either a Owner SID or a Group SID, key
description starts with the string "os" or "gs" followed by SID converted
to a string. Without "os" or "gs", cifs.upcall does not know whether
SID needs to be mapped to either an uid or a gid.

Nodes in rb tree have fields to prevent multiple upcalls for
a SID.  Searching, adding, and removing nodes is done within global locks.
Whenever a node is either found or inserted in a tree, a reference
is taken on that node.
Shrinker routine prunes a node if it has expired but does not prune
an expired node if its refcount is not zero (i.e. sid/id of that node
is_being/will_be accessed).
Thus a node, if its SID needs to be mapped by making an upcall,
can safely stay and its fields accessed without shrinker pruning it.
A reference (refcount) is put on the node without holding the spinlock
but a reference is get on the node by holding the spinlock.

Every time an existing mapped node is accessed or mapping is attempted,
its timestamp is updated to prevent it from getting erased or a
to prevent multiple unnecessary repeat mapping retries respectively.

For now, cifs.upcall is only used to map a SID to an id (uid or gid) but
it would be used to obtain an SID for an id.

Signed-off-by: Shirish Pargaonkar <>
Reviewed-by: Jeff Layton <>
Signed-off-by: Steve French <>
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@torvalds torvalds Merge git://
* git:// (32 commits)
  [CIFS] Fix to problem with getattr caused by invalidate simplification patch
  [CIFS] Remove sparse warning
  [CIFS] Update cifs to version 1.72
  cifs: Change key name to cifs.idmap, misc. clean-up
  cifs: Unconditionally copy mount options to superblock info
  cifs: Use kstrndup for cifs_sb->mountdata
  cifs: Simplify handling of submount options in cifs_mount.
  cifs: cifs_parse_mount_options: do not tokenize mount options in-place
  cifs: Add support for mounting Windows 2008 DFS shares
  cifs: Extract DFS referral expansion logic to separate function
  cifs: turn BCC into a static inlined function
  cifs: keep BCC in little-endian format
  cifs: fix some unused variable warnings in id_rb_search
  CIFS: Simplify invalidate part (try #5)
  CIFS: directio read/write cleanups
  consistently use smb_buf_length as be32 for cifs (try 3)
  cifs: Invoke id mapping functions (try #17 repost)
  cifs: Add idmap key and related data structures and functions (try #17 repost)
  CIFS: Add launder_page operation (try #3)
  Introduce smb2 mounts as vers=2
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