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    SubjectRe: use generic DMA mapping code in powerpc V4
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    On 05 December 2018 at 3:05PM, Christoph Hellwig wrote:
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    > Thanks. Can you try a few stepping points in the tree?
    >
    > First just with commit 7fd3bb05b73beea1f9840b505aa09beb9c75a8c6
    > (the first one) applied?
    >
    > Second with all commits up to 5da11e49df21f21dac25a2491aa788307bdacb6b
    >
    > And if that still works with commits up to
    > c1bfcad4b0cf38ce5b00f7ad880d3a13484c123a
    >
    Hi Christoph,

    I undid the commit 7fd3bb05b73beea1f9840b505aa09beb9c75a8c6 with the
    following command:

    git checkout 7fd3bb05b73beea1f9840b505aa09beb9c75a8c6

    Result: PASEMI onboard ethernet works again and the P5020 board boots.

    I will test the other commits in the next days.

    @All
    It is really important, that you also test Christoph's work on your
    PASEMI and NXP boards. Could you please help us with solving the issues?

    'git clone git://git.infradead.org/users/hch/misc.git -b powerpc-dma.5 a'

    Thanks,
    Christian

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