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SubjectRe: [PATCH] x86: cleanup using max_low_pfn for 32 bit

* Yinghai Lu <> wrote:

> for max_low_pfn is not changed after it is set. so we can move that
> early and out of initmem_init.
> could call find_low_pfn_range just after max_pfn is set.
> also could move reserve_initrd out of setup_bootmem_allocator
> so 32bit is more like 64bit.

applied, thanks Yinghai.

i've picked up the following patches from you into a new
tip/x86/setup-memory topic:

Yinghai Lu (19):
x86: check command line when CONFIG_X86_MPPARSE is not set, v2
x86: clean up init_amd()
x86: remove some acpi ifdefs in setup_32/64
x86: seperate funcs from setup_64 to cpu common_64.c
x86: change identify_cpu to static
x86: add e820_remove_range
x86: seperate probe_roms into another file
x86: merge setup64.c into common_64.c
x86: remove two duplicated funcs in setup_32.c
x86: move reserve_standard_io_resource to setup.c
x86: move elfcorehdr parsing to setup.c
x86: introduce initmem_init for 64 bit
x86: introduce initmem_init for 32 bit
x86: introduce reserve_initrd
x86: move boot_params declaring to setup.c
x86: move find_max_low_pfn to init_32.c
x86: move reservetop and vmalloc parsing to pgtable_32.c
x86: clean up using max_low_pfn on 32-bit
x86: clean up min_low_pfn

very nice stuff - and it's working pretty well in my testing so far!


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