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SubjectLinux 2.6.3-rc3

More merges, although most of them are architecture updates. IA64,
ppc32/64, SuperH and ARM.

But also some cpufreq, watchdog and ACPI updates.

Linus

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Summary of changes from v2.6.3-rc2 to v2.6.3-rc3
============================================
Alex Williamson:
o ia64: sba_iommu perf tunning and new functionality

Andrew Morton:
o acpi cpu_has_cpufreq() fix
o acpi numa build fix
o Fix buslogic for older gccs
o selinux: Fix bugs in policy loading code
o sh: Update defconfig
o sh: Wrap fb_read/writeX() to __raw_read/writeX()
o sh: RTC fixes
o sh: preempt safe lazy fpu handling
o sh: preempt fixes
o sh: Fix hp680 board support
o sh: hd64461 updates
o sh: Add H8/300 support to sh-sci
o sh: Misc build fixes
o sh: hitfb updates (and accel)
o sh: pvr2fb updates
o Alpha: fix "extern inline" logic for core IO functions
o swap extent merging fix
o Make serial console work for any port
o Fix fadvise() parameter checking
o Suppress reiserfs page allocation wanring
o ppc32: boot and platform fixes
o ppc32: Fix compilation of IBM Spruce & !CONFIG_SERIAL_TEXT_DEBUG
o ppc32: use todc time functions for PPC_PREP
o ppc32: IBM 40x and 4xx fixes
o ppc32: PPC4xx cleanup
o ppc32: PPC44x MMU update/fixes
o ppc32: Update IBM Spruce defconfig

Anton Blanchard:
o Fix ppc64 build problem
o add thread_info to oops output
o various xmon cleanups
o cleanup debugger hooks

Bartlomiej Zolnierkiewicz:
o fix build for CONFIG_BLK_DEV_IDEDMA=n

Benjamin Herrenschmidt:
o Export OF device path for PCI devices
o ppc32: Add CONFIG_PPC_PMAC64 when building for G5
o ppc64: Start of PowerMac G5 merge, add all arch and include files
o ppc64: Add the Kconfig & Makefile changes related to the PowerMac
G5 merge
o ppc64: Add some definitions relative to the G5 CPU and POWERMAC
platform
o ppc64: Add the head.S changes to boot a PowerMac G5
o ppc64: Add support for PowerMacs in the OF client interface code
(prom.c)
o ppc32: Separate definitions for known vs unknown PowerMac G5 models
o ppc64: Update the nvram driver to deal with PowerMac G5
o ppc64: Add the PowerMac PCI support
o ppc64: Add the G5 (IBM 970) CPU to the cputable
o ppc64: Add support for PowerMac G5 interrupts
o ppc64: Add the feature_call function pointer to machdep
o ppc64: Remove duplicate (& incorrect) definition of
kern_add_valid()
o ppc64: Add a missing isync in __hash_page, alloc hash table on
PowerMac G5
o ppc64: xmon breakpoints are support on PowerMac G5 too
o ppc64: Add support for z85c30 SCCs for low level console (PowerMac
G5)
o ppc64: Call the PowerMac G5 init routines
o ppc64: Add CPU NAP mode in idle loop on PowerMac G5
o ppc64: Add pciconfig_iobase syscall for 32 bits apps only
o ppc64: Add SMP support for PowerMac G5
o ppc64: Switch off use of polled mode in i2c driver
o ppc64: fix build of pmac "mac-io" IDE driver on 64 bits kernel
o ppc64: fix build of ADB driver
o ppc64: Fix a refounting issue in macio_asic
o ppc64: Fix build of via-pmu driver on 64 bits kernel
o ppc64: Fix break handling in pmac_zilog driver, fixes for 64 bits
kernel
o ppc64: Add missing #include, warned on ppc32 and broke build on
ppc64
o ppc64: Don't build offb's code that relies on the BootX bootloader
on ppc64
o ppc64: Add defconfigs for pSeries and PowerMac G5
o fix rivafb build on ppc64
o New radeonfb
o Fix typo in ppc32 build
o Fix a link conflict between radeonfb and the radeon DRI
o ppc64: CONFIG_PPC_PMAC implies CONFIG_ADB_PMU
o ppc64: export clear_user_page
o Fix incorrect kfree in radeonfb

Chas Williams:
o [ATM]: prevent userspace compilation errors with glibc-kernheaders
o [ATM]: [he] unconditionalize extra pci reads to flush posted writes
o [ATM]: [clip] delay /proc/net/atm/arp creation

Christoph Hellwig:
o [XFS] make sure i_size_write is called under i_sem
o back out fbdev sysfs support

Dave Jones:
o [CPUFREQ] Silence powernow-k7 when built as a module
o [CPUFREQ] fix up CPU detection in p4-clockmod <Dominik Brodowski>
o [CPUFREQ] Geode register fixes
o [CPUFREQ] Fix an oops unloading p4-clockmod
o [CPUFREQ] convert powernow-k8 to use frequency tables [1/5] Add a
struct cpufreq_frequency_table, fill it with content, and use it
for
o [CPUFREQ] convert powernow-k8 to use frequency tables [2/5]
o [CPUFREQ] convert powernow-k8 to use frequency tables [3/5] Keep
*ppst local to the only function which needs it any longer.
o [CPUFREQ] convert powernow-k8 to use frequency tables [4/5] Remove
the *ppst table, and remove an unneccessary forward-declaration
o [CPUFREQ] convert powernow-k8 to use frequency tables [5/5] Move
the table verification to an extra function.
o [CPUFREQ] powernow-k8 printk cleanups from Pavel
o [CPUFREQ] Pentium-4-M detection fix for speedstep-lib From
Dominik..
o [CPUFREQ] Fix deadlock in userspace governor
o [CPUFREQ] Fix off-by-1000 error in longhaul
o [CPUFREQ] Remove bogus scaling from longhaul driver freqency tables

Dave Kleikamp:
o JFS: rename should update mtime on source and target directories
o JFS: Threads should exit with complete_and_exit

David Mosberger:
o ia64: Based on patch by Stephane Eranian: Make fpswa version info
available via /proc/efi/fpswa, rather than printing it at boot
time.
o ia64: Fix some more warnings caused by casts used as l-values
o ia64: Update defconfig
o ia64: Correct init_task.rbs_bot value (not that it matters)
o ia64: Drop some unneeded __KERNEL_SYSCALL__ defines (found by Dave
Jones) and an unnecessary include of <linux/config.h>.
o ia64: Update toolchain-flags with a check for working .align inside
a now that there is a fixed GAS.

David S. Miller:
o [SPARC64]: Fix exception remaining length calcs in VIS copy
routines
o Cset exclude:
davem@nuts.davemloft.net|ChangeSet|20040212080313|45938
Ingo Molnar:
o open writecount scalability cleanup

Jack Steiner:
o ia64: Enable cpu_vm_mask maintenance and improve SN2 TLB flushing

James Simmons:
o framebuffer GPM corruption fix

Jeff Garzik:
o Bump libata, ata_piix to version 1.0
o Cset exclude: jgarzik@redhat.com|ChangeSet|20040213172720|60184
Jens Axboe:
o DVD-R capability flag set incorrectly, /proc formatting fix

Jeroen Vreeken:
o [AX25]: Fix locking in ax25_rt_free()

Jesse Barnes:
o ia64: kill misc. warnings

Joe Thornber:
o dm: block size bug with 64 bit devs

Jun Nakajima:
o Remove the assumption that the number of the sibling is 2

Keith M. Wesolowski:
o [SPARC32]: Take parisc atomic_t implementation so they are full
32-bits
o [SPARC32]: Stub DMA routines to fix the build
o [SPARC32]: Mask PIL in local_irq operations

Keith Owens:
o ia64: Avoid deadlock when using printk() for MCA and INIT records
o ia64: mca.c cleanup - Delete all record printing code, moved to
salinfo_decode in user space
o ia64: mca.c cleanup - Mark variables and functions static where
possible
o ia64: mca.c cleanup - Delete dead variables and functions
o ia64: mca.c cleanup - Reorder to remove the need for forward
declarations and to consolidate related code
o ia64: mca.c cleanup - Bjorn's printk cleanup
o ia64: mca.c - pass irq_safe around
o ia64: mca.c - Fix the "did we recover from MCA test" and move it up
o ia64: Periodically forward MCA or INIT records to user-level
o ia64: Delete redundant ia64_mca_check_errors()
o ia64: Correct ifdef for srat_num_cpus

Kenneth W. Chen:
o ia64: fix ld.a emulation
o ia64: remove unused cpucount variable

Len Brown:
o [ACPI] nforce2 timer lockup from Maciej W. Rozycki
o [ACPI] NUMA build fix -- NR_MEMBLKS is now NR_NODE_MEMBLKS
o [ACPI] delete mention of stale config option ACPI_HT_ONLY
o [ACPI] don't register disabled processors -- it just confuses
people
o [ACPI] clarify error message in processor.c
o [ACPI] interrupt over-ride fix from i386 (Maciej W. Rozycki)

Linus Torvalds:
o Make <linux/compiler.h> a bit more palatable to user program
inclusion.
o Fix bogus mode bit testing by smbfs
o This reverts the mmap address hint usage for now
o ppc64: remove autogenerated file, and incorrect header inclusion
o Fix "bus_for_each_dev()" and "bus_for_each_drv()", which did not
correctly handle the "restart from this device/driver" case, and
caused oopses with ieee1394.
o Fix broken ppc64 kernel debugger call
o Make G5 defconfig a bit saner. In particular, we want firewire and
we do _not_ want the broken MACZILOG serial driver.
o Remove stale "xmon.h" include
o Linux 2.6.3-rc3

Marcel Holtmann:
o [Bluetooth] Support for tracking the voice setting
o [Bluetooth] Fix race for incoming connections
o [Bluetooth] Fix error handling for not connected socket
o [Bluetooth] Fix several copy_to_user() and reference counting
glitches
o [Bluetooth] Fix non-blocking socket race conditions

Martin Hicks:
o ia64: Add EXPORT_SYMBOL for SN2 physical_node_map
o ia64: don't call note_interrupt() for per-CPU irqs

Martin J. Bligh:
o NUMA build fix drivers/acpi/numa.c is IA64 only for now -- enforce
it.

Matthew Wilcox:
o [WATCHDOG] v2.6.2 watchdog-architecture-cleanup

Roman Zippel:
o fix FB_RADEON_I2C dependency

Russell King:
o [ARM] Use __attribute_used__ rather than __attribute__((used))
o [ARM] Allow sub-architectures to provide their own sched_clock()
o [ARM] Fix couple of compiler warnings
o [ARM] Add DMA mask for SA11x0 MCP device
o [ARM] Improve help for CONFIG_ARM_THUMB

Rusty Russell:
o Shut up about the damn modules already

Sridhar Samudrala:
o [SCTP] Use __get_free_pages() to allocate ssnmap
o [SCTP] Fix SCTP_INITMSG set socket option so that a parameter with
0 value will not change its current value.
o [SCTP] Fix sctp_getladdrs()/sctp_getpaddrs() API so that the port
value in the returned addresses is in network byte order.

Wim Van Sebroeck:
o [WATCHDOG] v2.6.2 shwdt-cleanup
o [WATCHDOG] v2.6.2 watchdog-module_*-update
o [WATCHDOG] v2.6.2 acquirewdt-cleanup
o [WATCHDOG] v2.6.2 indydog-v0.3_update
o [WATCHDOG] v2.6.2 i8xx_tco-v0.06_update
o [WATCHDOG] v2.6.2 watchdog-Kconfig-patch
o [WATCHDOG] v2.6.2 indydog-Kconfig+Makefile-patch
o [WATCHDOG] v2.6.2 pcwd_pci-watchdog
o [WATCHDOG] v2.6.2 arch-[m68k/sparc/sparc64]-Kconfig-patch

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