[PATCH 0/3] kdump: add support for ibm, dynamic-reconfiguration-memory for kexec/kdump
horms at verge.net.au
Tue Oct 7 21:59:28 EDT 2008
On Tue, Sep 30, 2008 at 04:08:13PM +0530, Sachin P. Sant wrote:
> Chandru wrote:
>> /proc/device-tree on power6 machines has
>> ibm,dynamic-reconfiguration-memory node which stores in it the memory
>> representation for most part of the system memory. This memory was
>> earlier represented in 'memory@' nodes of the device tree. Following
>> patch series makes kexec-tools aware of this dynamic reconfiguration
>> memory node. These patches were sent earlier for RFC. In addition to
>> this, a change in the kernel was also required. The kernel change has
>> been accepted in powerpc git tree.
>> Some part of the patch here is re-organization of the existing code to
>> accommodate dynamic reconf memory.
> I tested this patch series on a ppc64 box and they work fine.
> Without these patches i get a zero size vmcore on a power(power6)
> box which has support for dynamic-reconfiguration-memory.
> Horms could you please consider this patch series and merge them
> if found suitable.
Thanks for your review, it is most helpful.
Sorry to all for being a little slow with this.
Apart from some very minor nits about patch ordering
that I emailed about just now, I am also fine with this series.
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