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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/7] Intel pci: Fix various problems with Intel IOMMU code

On 05/28/2011 05:12 PM, David Woodhouse wrote:
> On Sat, 2011-05-28 at 13:15 -0500, Mike Travis wrote:
>> Various problems exist in the Intel IOMMU PCI driver when
>> using DMA remapping in 1:1 identity mode on UV systems and
>> devices cannot address all of physical memory.
>> This patchset addresses those problems.
> Patches 1-6 applied to iommu-2.6.git. Please test. Thanks.
> Please note for future reference that 'From:' lines such as the one in
> your patch 1/7 should be *first* in the body of your email. The git-am
> tool doesn't find them and set the authorship if you put them with the
> Signed-off-bys. Also please avoid putting whitespace at the beginning of
> every line of your commit comments.
> I still hate patch 7, but the point was that I wouldn't have to care
> about it. Once your patches 1-6 are included in known stable releases
> that your SCU can recognise, it can just pass 'iommu=pt' for those.
> It's only the "probably buggy" kernels with older release numbers that
> you'll pass 'forcedac,pt64' to, so your mission is to get patch 7 or
> some variant of it accepted into *those* kernels.

Thanks David, all noted. The From: thing is swallowed by the
quilt mail command if it's first. I'll see if I can't fix that.


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