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SubjectRe: [PATCH v8 01/13] x86/apic: Construct a selector for the interrupt delivery mode
Hi Baoquan,

At 09/13/2017 10:30 AM, Baoquan He wrote:
> Hi dou,
> On 09/12/17 at 09:20am, Dou Liyang wrote:
>> I thought again and again, I would not change this check logic.
>> Because actually, we have three possibilities:
>> 1. ACPI on chip
>> 2. 82489DX
>> 3. no APIC
>> lapic_is_integrated() is used to check the APIC's type which is
>> APIC on chip or 82489DX. It has a prerequisite, we should avoid
>> the third possibility(no APIC) first, which is decided by
>> boot_cpu_has(X86_FEATURE_APIC) and smp_found_config. So, the original
>> logic:
>> if (!boot_cpu_has(X86_FEATURE_APIC) && !smp_found_config)
> I won't insist that the logic need be changed. From the test result, the
> patchset works very well with notsc specified. And the whole patchset
> looks not risky. Maybe the patch putting acpi_early_init() earlier can
> be posted independently and involve other ARCHes maintainer to review.

Yes, I will send it as an independent patch, and Cc other ARCH

> About the code logic, I think the confusion comes from the unclear
> condition check. E.g the above case, you said it's used to check
> discrete apic, in fact !boot_cpu_has(X86_FEATURE_APIC) could means 3
> cases:
> 1) discrete apic
> 2) no apic
> 3) integrated apic but disabled by bios.


> See, that's why it's confusing, the condition of judgement is not
> adequate. I don't know why the code contributer wanted to check discrete
> apic case with it.
> Anyway, after discussion, it's clear to me now. And the code works well.
> So it's up to you to change it or not. Except of this place, the whole
> patchset looks good.

Thank you very much for your review and test.

> Thanks
> Baoquan
>> not just for 82489DX, but also for no APIC.
>> It looks more correct and understandable than us.
>> I am sorry my comments were wrong, and misled us. I will modify it
>> in my next version.
>> BTW, How about your test result, is this series OK?
>> Thanks,
>> dou.

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