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SubjectRe: [PATCH v7 0/6] Add non-strict mode support for iommu-dma
Hi Will,

On 2018-09-18 6:10 PM, Will Deacon wrote:
> Hi Robin,
> Thanks for turning this around so quickly.

Cheers for a pretty rapid review too :)

> On Fri, Sep 14, 2018 at 03:30:18PM +0100, Robin Murphy wrote:
>> Since we'd like to get this polished up and merged and Leizhen has other
>> commitments, here's v7 of the previous series[1] wherein I address all
>> my own feedback :) This is a quick tweak of the v6 I sent yesterday
>> since I figured out slightly too late a much neater way of setting the
>> attribute at the appropriate time.
>> The principal change is that I've inverted things slightly such that
>> it's now a generic domain attribute controlled by iommu-dma given the
>> necessary support from individual IOMMU drivers. That way we can easily
>> enable other drivers straight away, as I've done for SMMUv2 here (which
>> also allowed me to give it a quick test with MMU-401s on a Juno board).
>> Otherwise it's really just cosmetic cleanup and rebasing onto Will's
>> pending SMMU queue.
> I've been through and had a look, leaving some small comments on the patches
> themselves. The only part I failed to figure out is how you tie the lifetime
> of the flush queue to the lifetime of the domain so that the timer callback
> can't fire after e.g. the DMA cookie has been freed. How does that work?

Er, to be honest I haven't looked or even considered it! Other than the
parts I've massaged I kinda took the functionality of the previous
series for granted. Let me cross-check the x86 code and figure it out.


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