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SubjectRe: Busmaster DMA broken in 2.4.18 on Alpha
On Mon, Mar 11, 2002 at 07:16:56AM -0800, David S. Miller wrote:
> From: Jay Estabrook <Jay.Estabrook@compaq.com>
> Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2002 10:02:00 -0500
>
> Since ISA devices don't have pci_dev structures, there's (currently)
> no way to pass an ISA device-dependent DMA mask to the IOMMU routines.
> Perhaps there needs to be an addition to the API that would allow
> for this (pci_set_isa_device_dma_mask()) ???
>
> What you could do currently is whip up a dummy pci_dev structure with
> the mask you want and pass that into the PCI dma routines. So you
> could, for example, default to 24-bit DMA mask when you get "NULL"
> as pci_dev, but cook up a special one using a 32-bit DMA mask for the
> floppy ISA device in question.

Yup, that'd work, though it would put the floppy's resources in with
the PCI devices, rather than kept separate as ISA. Should work fine,
though.

> The idea in 2.5.x is to move to a generic struct device, at which time
> something like this can be done much more cleanly.

Sounds good, if only it'd compile on Alpha... ;-}

--Jay++

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