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SubjectRe: Problem due to removing ppc64 rtc.c?
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On Tue, 2005-12-27 at 15:45 +0530, Sripathi Kodi wrote:

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> Before your changes, rtc_ioctl was implemented in the PPC specific rtc.c and
> it used to call ppc_md.get_rtc_time for RTC_RD_TIME, which I think used to
> end up in rtas_get_rtc_time. After your changes, time is now read in
> rtc_get_rtc_time using CMOS_READ calls, which apparently is resulting in wrong
> values being read. I changed rtc_do_ioctl to make it call rtas_get_rtc_time
> for RTC_RD_TIME call and the problem went away.
>
> Have I missed something or does this need fixing? Do we really need a PPC
> specific rtc_ioctl call that calls into rtas_get_rtc_time?

I think the problem is that you still have CONFIG_RTC in your .config
instead of CONFIG_GEN_RTC

Ben.


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