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SubjectRe: memory-mapped i/o barrier
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> ia64, and I'm wondering if you guys will accept something similar.  On
> mips64, mmiob() could just be implemented as a 'sync', but I'm not
> sure how to do it (or if it's even necessary) on other platforms.

Wouldn't it be wise to pass the device to this. Someone somewhere is going
to have to read a bus dependant chipset register and need to know which
pci_device * is involved ?
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