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davem@redhat.com said:
> How about flush_cache_range_force() instead?
> I want something in the name that tells the reader "this flushes the
> caches, even though under every other ordinary circumstance you would
> not need to".

OL, then. I would have thought it made more sense to have the
flush_dcache_range() unconditionally do what its name implies, and to have a
separate flush_dcache_range_for_dma() function which is optional. But that
decision was already made - I suppose we can't change the semantics now.

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dwmw2


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