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SubjectRe: [PATCH 00/12] x86/platform/uv: Updates for UV5
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On 9/8/2020 8:20 AM, Greg KH wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 07, 2020 at 01:54:30PM -0500, Mike Travis wrote:
>> Subject: [PATCH 00/12] x86/platform/uv: Updates for UV5
>>
>> Add changes needed for new UV5 UV architecture. Chief among the changes
>> are 52 bits of physical memory address and 57 bits of virtual address space.
>>
>> 0001 Remove UV BAU TLB Shootdown Handler
>> - removes BAU TLB code being replaced by BAU APIC driver
>>
>> 0002 Remove SCIR built in driver
>> - removes System Controller (monitoring) code
>>
>> 0003 Update UV kernel modules
>> - update loadable UV kernel modules prior to a clash of symbols
>> (is_uv) produced by auto-generated UV5 uv_mmrs.h file
>>
>> 0004 Update UV MMRs for UV5
>> - update uv_mmrs.h file and fix resultant compiler errors
>>
>> 0005 Add UV5 direct references
>> - add references to UV5 specific values
>>
>> 0006 Decode and Use Arch Type in UVsystab
>> - add UV ArchType field to UVsystab to remove dependency on OEM_ID
>>
>> 0007 Update MMIOH references
>> - display MMIOH mapping for each MMIOH region
>>
>> 0008 Adjust GAM MMR references
>> - update GAM mapping for MMR accesses
>>
>> 0009 Update UV GRU references
>> - update GRU mapping to include UV5
>>
>> 0010 Update Node Present Counting
>> - UV5 changes method of counting nodes present
>>
>> 0011 Update UV5 TSC Checking
>> - update TSC sync check of BIOS sync status
>>
>> 0012 Update for UV5 NMI MMR changes
>> - update NMI handler
>>
>
> No diffstat? Did you use 'git format-patch' cover letter for this?

I didn't. If I could figure out how to convert quilt patches into git
commits I might be able to do that? (And I didn't know that diffstats
were needed on the into?)

Thanks,
Mike

>
> thanks,
>
> greg k-h
>

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