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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/4] net-next: mediatek: IRQ cleanups, fixes and grouping
On 06/16/2016 11:44 AM, John Crispin wrote:
> On 16/06/2016 07:20, David Miller wrote:
>> From: John Crispin <>
>> Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2016 16:58:46 +0200
>>> This series contains 2 small code cleanups that are leftovers from the
>>> MIPS support. There is also a small fix that adds proper locking to the
>>> code accessing the IRQ registers. Without this fix we saw deadlocks caused
>>> by the last patch of the series, which adds IRQ grouping. The grouping
>>> feature allows us to use different IRQs for TX and RX. By doing so we can
>>> use affinity to let the SoC handle the IRQs on different cores.
>> This patch series doesn't apply cleanly to the net-next tree, I get rejects
>> on patch #4.
> it depends on the series with the 11 fixes that i sent last week which
> is however in the net tree and not the next tree (i also still had the
> DQL hack in my tree). if i resend this at the start of the next rc1
> would you merge it into the net tree so that it becomes part of v4.8 ?

Well, it would rather require a merge of -net into -net-next then. But
that would be useful indeed.


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