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Subject[patch 0/2] Collecting host bridge resources - take 2
ACPI hotplug code now uses the PCI core to allocate and manage
resources for hot-plug devices. To work correctly, this requires
all bridges to report resources they are decoding in their
pci_bus structure. We already do this for PCI-PCI bridges, but
not for host bridges. This patchset reads and stores host bridge
resources reported by ACPI BIOS for i386 and x86_64 systems.

This is the 2nd version of this patchset. The major change is
that it increases the number of resource pointers in the pci_bus
structure and eliminates the need to have a boot time parameter
to enable the code.

Andrew, if you add this to the next -mm, please also drop the
previous version this patchset (i386-collect-host-bridge-resources.patch
and x86_64-collect-host-bridge-resources.patch).

Rajesh
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