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MPT_DIAG_RESET(9)					       Message-based devices						 MPT_DIAG_RESET(9)

mpt_diag_reset - Perform hard reset of the adapter. SYNOPSIS
int mpt_diag_reset(MPT_ADAPTER * ioc, int ignore, int sleepFlag); ARGUMENTS
ioc Pointer to MPT_ADAPTER structure ignore Set if to honor and clear to ignore the reset history bit sleepFlag CAN_SLEEP if called in a non-interrupt thread, else set to NO_SLEEP (use mdelay instead) DESCRIPTION
This routine places the adapter in diagnostic mode via the WriteSequence register and then performs a hard reset of adapter via the Diagnostic register. Adapter should be in ready state upon successful completion. RETURNS
1 hard reset successful 0 no reset performed because reset history bit set -2 enabling diagnostic mode failed -3 diagnostic reset failed COPYRIGHT
Kernel Hackers Manual 3.10 June 2014 MPT_DIAG_RESET(9)

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       xna%d: couldn't allocate...
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       xna%d: port state changed, resetting:<register list>
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       xna%d: port reset failed
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See Also
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