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SubjectRe: [Linux-nvdimm] [PATCH 1/2] x86: add support for the non-standard protected e820 type
On 04/05/2015 11:06 PM, Yinghai Lu wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 5, 2015 at 2:18 AM, Boaz Harrosh <> wrote:
>> Hi Yinghai, Toshi
>> In my old patches I did not have these updates as well, and everything
>> was very much usable, for a long time.
>> However. I actually liked these changes in Christoph's patches and
>> thought they should stay, here is why.
>> Today I will be sending patches to make pmem be supported with
>> page-struct as an optional alternative to the use of ioremap.
>> This is for advanced users that wants to RDMA direct_IO and so
>> on directly out of pmem.
> but it is not related. Should just remove those lines.
> And even his original changes about memblock is not needed.

Never mind. Has I said it hit us once in the passed but do to
a bug. I do not mind you can remove the max_pfn thing I can do
without it.


> | You did not modify memblock_x86_fill() to treat
> | E820_PRAM as E820_RAM, so memblock will not have any
> | entry for E820_PRAM, so you do not need to call memblock_reserve
> | there.
> |
> | And the same time, init_memory_mapping() will call
> | init_range_memory_mapping/for_each_mem_pfn_range() to
> | set kernel mapping for memory range in memblock only.
> | So here calling init_memory_mapping will not do anything.
> | then just drop calling to that init_memory_mapping.
> | --- so will not kernel mapping pmem, is that what you intended to have?
> |
> | After those two changes, You do not need this reserve_pmem at all.
> | Just drop it.

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