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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2 0/7] KVM: x86: CPUID emulation and tracing fixes
On 05/03/20 02:34, Sean Christopherson wrote:
> In theory, everything up to the refactoring is non-controversial, i.e. we
> can bikeshed the refactoring without delaying the bug fixes.

Even the refactoring itself is much less controversial. I queued
everything, there's always time to unqueue.


> v2:
> - Use Jan's patch to fix the trace bug. [Everyone]
> - Rework Hypervisor/Centaur handling so that only the Hypervisor
> sub-ranges get the restrictive 0xffffff00 mask, and so that Centaur's
> range only gets recognized when the guest vendor is Centaur. [Jim]
> - Add the aforementioned bug fixes.
> - Add a patch to do build time assertions on the vendor string, which
> are hand coded u32s in the emulator (for direct comparison against
> CPUID register output).
> - Drop the patch to add CPUID.maxphyaddr emulator helper. [Paolo]
> - Redo refactoring patches to land them after all the bug fixes
> and to do the refactoring without any semantic changes in the
> emulator.

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