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SubjectRe: [PATCH 5/5] MIPS: Undefine PMD_ORDER for 32-bit builds

Paul Cercueil wrote:
> From: Daniel Silsby <>
> During an update long ago to conform to 4-level page code, PMD_ORDER was
> changed from 0 to 1, despite the fact that a PMD table is not used at
> all in a 32-bit MIPS build. PMD_ORDER does not seem to be used in these
> builds. Now, it matches PUD_ORDER, a nonsense #define to give a build
> failure with informative error.
> The older commit that had redefined PMD_ORDER was
> commit c6e8b587718c ("Update MIPS to use the 4-level pagetable code
> thereby getting rid of the compacrapability headers.")
> Signed-off-by: Daniel Silsby <>
> Signed-off-by: Paul Cercueil <>

Applied to mips-next.


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