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    SubjectRe: [PATCH][WAS:bcmai,axi] bcma: add Broadcom specific AMBA bus driver
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    2011/5/7 Arend van Spriel <arend@broadcom.com>:
    > On 05/07/2011 03:55 PM, Michael Büsch wrote:
    >>
    >>> Arnd: did you have a look at defines at all?
    >>>
    >>> Most of the defines have values in range 0x800 → 0x837. Converting
    >>> this to array means loosing 0x800 u16 entries. We can not use 0x800
    >>> offset, because there are also some defined between 0x000 and 0x800:
    >>> #define BCMA_CORE_OOB_ROUTER           0x367   /* Out of band */
    >>> #define BCMA_CORE_INVALID              0x700
    >
    > Please be aware that the core identifier itself is not unique (in the
    > current list they are). In the scan the BCMA_CORE_OOB_ROUTER will always
    > show BCMA_MANUF_ARM (did not look up the proper manufacturer define but you
    > get the idea, i hope).

    Unfortunately, I don't. Could you explain this? How core identified
    can be not unique? Can 0x800 mean ChipCommon but also SuperPCIeX?

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