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SubjectRe: [PATCH] intel-iommu: Default to non-coherent for domains unattached to iommus
* Chris Wright ( wrote:
> * David Woodhouse ( wrote:
> > So if you were to ditch the whole idea of a per-domain runtime update,
> > and instead calculate a global value for 'iommu_coherency' at boot time,
> > by iterating over for_each_active_iommu()¹, I think that would be a
> > better way to deal with the issue. And you *could* really call that a
> > 'fix'.
> >
> > Make sense?
> Ideally, yes. Not sure we can practically do it though. Would have to
> be sure we force incoherent access mode for the busted hw.

Forgot to mention, the simple patch may be the better choice for -stable
(assuming the page table mapping issue...isn't).
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