[PATCH v2 0/5] ARM: mvebu: fixes and improvements for 375 support
jason at lakedaemon.net
Mon May 5 08:36:54 PDT 2014
On Mon, May 05, 2014 at 05:05:21PM +0200, Thomas Petazzoni wrote:
> Hello Jason,
> Here are five patches making fixes and improvements to the Armada 375
> support. They are related to the fact that we now have access to
> Armada 375 A0 boards (however, Ezequiel still only has access to a Z1
> platform, so we would like to keep Z1 support for now).
> * Patch 1 is really a fix. It fixes the thermal related quirk that
> was added by Ezequiel, to make sure it really works on A0 revision.
> * Patch 2 to 5 make the SMP and coherency workarounds conditional on
> the Armada 375 Z1. The condition on SMP is really mandatory to get
> SMP working on A0. For coherency, the WA could be used on A0, but
> it is useless and hurt performance.
> The series is based on your mvebu/soc branch.
> Changes since v1:
> * Made the dev and rev variable local to the appropriate if() block
> in PATCH 5.
> * Re-added the "Booting CPU" message in PATCH 4, which was
> mistakently removed in v1.
> * Extended the git commit message of PATCH 4 to explain why we're
> moving things from ->smp_prepare_cpus() to ->smp_boot_secondary().
> * Added Ezequiel's Acked-by on PATCH 1.
> Thomas Petazzoni (5):
> ARM: mvebu: fix thermal quirk SoC revision check
> ARM: mvebu: initialize mvebu-soc-id earlier
> ARM: mvebu: add Armada 375 A0 revision definition
> ARM: mvebu: conditionalize Armada 375 SMP workaround
> ARM: mvebu: conditionalize Armada 375 coherency workaround
hmmm, I didn't get #5...
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