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SubjectRe: reserve= specifies ..... iomem or ioport?
On Sun, Sep 24, 2000 at 05:11:36AM +0200, Dag B wrote:
> This may be obvious to a programmer, but...:

have a look at kernel/resource.c

> ./Documentation/more kernel-parameters.txt :
> reserve= [KNL,BUGS] force the kernel to ignore some iomem
> area.

this is probably a bit ambiguous. There are io ports and memory. There
is no iomem IMHO.

> The more recent Linux documentation says iomem, while the majority of
> other documentation says io port. Given that /proc/ contains both, I'd
> like to see a clearification...

it is definitely io ports.

> Dag B

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