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SubjectRe: [PATCH v3 00/15] Canaan devicetree fixes
On 30/06/2022 17:28, Niklas Cassel wrote:
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> On Wed, Jun 29, 2022 at 07:43:29PM +0100, Conor Dooley wrote:
>> From: Conor Dooley <>
>> Hey all,
>> This series should rid us of dtbs_check errors for the RISC-V Canaan k210
>> based boards. To make keeping it that way a little easier, I changed the
>> Canaan devicetree Makefile so that it would build all of the devicetrees
>> in the directory if SOC_CANAAN.
>> I *DO NOT* have any Canaan hardware so I have not tested any of this in
>> action. Since I sent v1, I tried to buy some since it's cheap - but could
>> out of the limited stockists none seemed to want to deliver to Ireland :(
>> I based the series on next-20220617.
> I first tried to apply your series on top of next-20220630,
> but was greeted by a bunch of different warnings on boot,
> including endless RCU stall warnings.
> However, even when booting next-20220630 without your patches,
> I got the same warnings and RCU stall.
> So I tested your series on top of v5.19-rc4 +
> commit 0397d50f4cad ("spi: dt-bindings: Move 'rx-sample-delay-ns' to
> spi-peripheral-props.yaml") cherry-picked,
> (in order to avoid conflicts when applying your series,)
> and the board was working as intended, no warnings or RCU stalls.
> I tried both booting both via u-boot (with u-boots DTB)
> and booting the kernel (with an initrd) directly.
> I could successfully read data from the MMC in both cases.
> Therefore:
> Tested-by: Niklas Cassel <>

Thanks Niklas.
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