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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/2] PCI/AER: Consistently use _OSC to determine who owns AER
On 11/19/2018 1:10 PM, Keith Busch wrote:
>> We can't really turn off firmware first in the kernel without asking help
>> from the firmware.
> The _OSC method this patch utilizes is the ACPI spec defined way for
> the kernel to wrest control from firmware. BIOS specific menu settings
> shouldn't be our only recourse when we have a spec authority defining
> generic OS interfaces to accomplish the same thing.
> Unless there is a disagreement on the _OSC interpreation, we'd have to
> accept that platforms breaking from this patch are non-compliant.

It depends on which spec you look :)

UEFI HEST table specification also claims that it should be the ultimate
table for when PCI firmware-first should be disabled/enabled.

I think somebody needs to fix these. I saw an email from Harb Abdulhamid
sent to aswg this morning.

That's why I suggested circulating this idea in UEFI forums first.
Let's see what everybody thinks. We can go from there.

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