Re: [PATCH v8 00/21] Introduce ACPI for ARM64 based on ACPI 5.1
From: Robert Richter
Date: Thu Feb 19 2015 - 11:11:01 EST
On 13.02.15 10:48:18, Hanjun Guo wrote:
> On 2015å02æ12æ 18:02, Robert Richter wrote:
> >On 02.02.15 20:45:28, Hanjun Guo wrote:
> >>This is the v8 of ACPI core patches for ARM64 based on ACPI 5.1, there are
> >>some updates since v7:
> >> - Add two more documantation to explain why we need ACPI in ARM64 servers
> >> by Grant, and recommendations and prohibitions on the use of the numerous
> >> ACPI tables and objects by Al Stone.
> >> - Add two patches which is need to map acpi tables after acpi_gbl_permanent_mmap
> >> is set
> >> - Add another patch "dt / chosen: Add linux,uefi-stub-generated-dtb property"
> >> to address that if firmware providing no dtb, we can try ACPI configuration data
> >> even if no "acpi=force" is passed in early parameters. (I think ACPI for XEN and
> >> kexec need consider sperately as disscussed, correct me if I'm wrong).
> >> - Add CC in the patch to the subsystem maintainers and modify the subject
> >> of the patch to explicitly show the subsystem touched by this patch set,
> >> please help us to review and ack them if they make sense, thanks.
> >> - Add Tested-by from Qualcomm and Redhat;
> >> - Make ACPI depends on PCI suggested by Catalin;
> >> - Clean up SMP init function as Lorenzo suggested, remove physical
> >> CPU hot-plug code in the patch;
> >> - Address some comments from Marc and explicitly state that will
> >> implment statcked irqdomain and GIC init framework when GICv3 and
> >> ITS, GICv2m are implemented;
> >> - Rebased on top of 3.19-rc7.
> >Patches tested on Cavium ThunderX. For the whole series:
> > Tested-by: Robert Richter <rrichter@xxxxxxxxxx>
> > Acked-by: Robert Richter <rrichter@xxxxxxxxxx>
> Hi Robert, thank you very much.
> I'm going to send out v9 to address some of the comments, I think
> your Acked-by still apply if no objection from you :)
Right, unless you hear from me. ;)
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