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[Bug 1454158] Missing required logs.


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   When SCSI bus hangs SES driver indefinitely block any process
  accessing LED status for devices

Status in linux package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  Ubuntu 14.04, 3.13.0-40-generic


  SCSI (mpt2sas, with few enclosures with SATA disks.

  One of enclosures is hung and do not reply to any requests (including reset). All sg_* command to any device behind hanged enclosure, including enclosure itself, are stuck in the 'D' state.

  Access to sysfs place processes in 'D' state:

  cat /sys/class/enclosure/5\:0\:46\:0/Slot\ 01/locate

  root       588  0.0  0.0   7152   612 pts/6    D+   08:40   0:00 cat
  /sys/class/enclosure/5:0:46:0/Slot 01/locate

  Proposed solution: Add timeout to ses devices independent of HBA

  Rationale: Accessing to sysfs do not expect to be 'real IO' with
  chances to hung in 'D' forever.

  Kernel bugzilla bug: https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=98121

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