Re: [PATCH] PCI: Clear bridge MEM_64 flag if one child does not support it
From: Wei Yang
Date: Tue Dec 09 2014 - 02:56:32 EST
On Mon, Dec 08, 2014 at 11:20:59PM -0800, Yinghai Lu wrote:
>On Mon, Dec 8, 2014 at 6:26 PM, Wei Yang <weiyang@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On Tue, Dec 09, 2014 at 11:11:19AM +1100, Gavin Shan wrote:
>>>I'm going to give it a spin and Richard, could you please apply Yinghai's
>>>patch to see if your SRIOV code can work properly?
>> I did a quick test on my machine. This patch doesn't affect the MMIO
>> allocation on out platform, so SRIOV works fine.
>> I will spend more time to read the patch to get more understanding about the
>Can you boot following branch with "debug ignore_loglevel pci=realloc"
>on your setup?
>8f74af9: PCI, x86: Allocate mmio near end of free range
>1ff91c1: PCI: Don't allocate small resource in big free space.
>108b43b: resources: Add allocate_resource_fit()
>b6a22f0: resources: Make find_resource could return just fit resource
>cf50e16: resources: Split out __allocate_resource()
>on top the v3.18, and it will allocate resource in fit way.
Just spent some time to understand the problem and your patch.
Two comments to this patch:
1. realloc_head is not necessary here
2. In case we have two MEM BAR under a bus, one is MEM64|PREF and one is PREF,
after this patch, the MEM64 flag will be cleared, right? If so, this may fall
back to the same situation in bug 74151.
I am looking at the bugzilla and try to understand the root cause for this
allocation failure. Currently I don't get the reason. In my mind, the resource
will be sized in the non-pref bridge window. But seems not. I have asked more
info in the bugzilla, so that I could understand the problem. (Yeah, maybe I
am not that smart, if one of you would help me understand the problem, I am
happy to offer you a cup of coffee :-) )
As you mentioned in another thread, "5b28541552ef is taking the wrong
approach". (http://www.spinics.net/lists/linux-pci/msg37374.html) Maybe I
don't catch it clearly. Put a 32bit prefetchable resource in a 32bit
non-prefetchable bridge window is a bad idea? But in my mind, if the bridge
prefetchable window is 64bit, we can't put a 32bit prefetchable resource in
I am trying to catch up with the updates of the bug, if I missed something
just let me know.
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