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SubjectRe: [PATCH] MAINTAINERS, x86/CPU: Tony Luck will maintain asm/intel-family.h
On Thu, Aug 15, 2019 at 10:22:07PM +0200, Thomas Gleixner wrote:

> We have the following existing _SHORT variants:

> _G
> _GT3E

Those two are special SOCs due to 'extra graphics bits on', and I
suppose we could collate them. That said; I'm not sure NHM_G ever
shipped, I'm looking at a wikipedia page that says both Auburndale and
Havendale got scrapped.

> _EP
> _EX

Both are historical, intel is no longer making that distinction and
current chips will have _X.

> _CORE
> _DESKTOP

These two and no _SHORT should/could be collated, I think.

> _ULT
> _MOBILE

I suspect these two are the same.

> _XEON_D

Bit unfortunate that; we use _XEON_D for big microservers and ATOM_*_X
for small microservers. So there's room for improvement here by unifying
this.

> _MID

That one lived for 4 atom generations, but afaict it's no longer alive.

> _NNPI
> _TABLET

These are so far one offs, not sure about the future.

> _PLUS

Like said in the other email, that one is not actually a _SHORT at all,
but rather the uarch is 'Goldmont Plus'

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