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SubjectRe: [PATCH V11 00/11] IOMMU probe deferral support
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On 04/10/17 04:20, Sricharan R wrote:
> This series calls the dma ops configuration for the devices
> at a generic place so that it works for all busses.
> The dma_configure_ops for a device is now called during
> the device_attach callback just before the probe of the
> bus/driver is called. Similarly dma_deconfigure is called during
> device/driver_detach path.
>
> pci_bus_add_devices (platform/amba)(_device_create/driver_register)
> | |
> pci_bus_add_device (device_add/driver_register)
> | |
> device_attach device_initial_probe
> | |
> __device_attach_driver __device_attach_driver
> |
> driver_probe_device
> |
> really_probe
> |
> dma_configure
>
> Similarly on the device/driver_unregister path __device_release_driver is
> called which inturn calls dma_deconfigure.
>
> Rebased the series against mainline 4.11-rc5. Applies and builds cleanly
> against iommu-next and with 3-way merge applies on top of linux-next
> as well (patch #8), because of "ACPI platform MSI support" from
> Hanjun being merged.
>
> * Tested with platform and pci devices for probe deferral
> and reprobe on arm64 based platform.
>
> Previous post of this series [8].
>
> Please note that, i have kept the tested/acked tags intact from V8
> because V9/10/11 were for more fixes that was added, so the original
> tags that was given for the functional testing remains the same.
>
> [V11]
> * No functional changes.
>
> * Rebased on top of 4.11-rc6.
>
> * Dropped patch#3 from V10, as a result have to make
> a change in patch#7 to return a 'non-void' to fix a
> build warning.
>
> * Added Robin's and Rob's tags.

< snip >

The changes are good enough for me and you have Rob's acks, so the
series looks good from the device tree standpoint.

-Frank

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