[PATCH v8 00/16] fix some type infos and bugs for arm64/of numa
thunder.leizhen at huawei.com
Thu Sep 8 19:07:58 PDT 2016
On 2016/9/8 19:01, Will Deacon wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 01, 2016 at 02:54:51PM +0800, Zhen Lei wrote:
>> v7 -> v8:
>> Updated patches according to Will Deacon's review comments, thanks.
>> The changed patches is: 3, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15
>> Patch 3 requires an ack from Rob Herring.
>> Patch 10 requires an ack from linux-mm.
>> Hi, Will:
>> Something should still be clarified:
>> Patch 5, I modified it according to my last reply. BTW, The last sentence
>> "srat_disabled() ? -EINVAL : 0" of arm64_acpi_numa_init should be moved
>> into acpi_numa_init, I think.
>> Patch 9, I still leave the code in arch/arm64.
>> 1) the implementation of setup_per_cpu_areas on all platforms are different.
>> 2) Although my implementation referred to PowerPC, but still something different.
>> Patch 15, I modified the description again. Can you take a look at it? If this patch is
>> dropped, the patch 14 should also be dropped.
>> Patch 16, How many times the function node_distance to be called rely on the APP(need many tasks
>> to be scheduled), I have not prepared yet, so I give up this patch as your advise.
> Ok, I'm trying to pick the pieces out of this patch series and it's not
> especially easy. As far as I can tell:
> Patch 3 needs an ack from the device-tree folks
Rob just acked.
> Patch 10 needs an ack from the memblock folks
I'll immediately send a email to remind them.
> Patch 11 depends on patch 10
> Patches 14,15,16 can wait for the time being (I still don't see their
OK, that's no problem. So I put them in the end beforehand.
> So, I could pick up patches 1-2, 4-9 and 12-13 but it's not clear whether
Now you can also add patch 3.
> that makes any sense. The whole series seems to be a mix of trivial printk
The most valueable patches are: patch 2, 9, 11. The other is just because of a programmer wants the code to be nice.
> cleanups, a bunch of core OF stuff, some new features and then some
> questionable changes at the end.
> Please throw me a clue,
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