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SubjectRe: a saner API for allocating DMA addressable pages v3
Any comments?

Thomas: this should be identical to the git tree I gave you for mips
testing, and you add your tested-by (and reviewd-by tags where

Helge: for parisc this should effectively be the same as the first
version, but I've dropped the tested-by tags due to the reshuffle,
and chance you could retest it?

On Tue, Sep 15, 2020 at 05:51:04PM +0200, Christoph Hellwig wrote:
> Hi all,
> this series replaced the DMA_ATTR_NON_CONSISTENT flag to dma_alloc_attrs
> with a separate new dma_alloc_pages API, which is available on all
> platforms. In addition to cleaning up the convoluted code path, this
> ensures that other drivers that have asked for better support for
> non-coherent DMA to pages with incurring bounce buffering over can finally
> be properly supported.
> As a follow up I plan to move the implementation of the
> DMA_ATTR_NO_KERNEL_MAPPING flag over to this framework as well, given
> that is also is a fundamentally non coherent allocation. The replacement
> for that flag would then return a struct page, as it is allowed to
> actually return pages without a kernel mapping as the name suggested
> (although most of the time they will actually have a kernel mapping..)
> In addition to the conversions of the existing non-coherent DMA users,
> I've also added a patch to convert the firewire ohci driver to use
> the new dma_alloc_pages API.
> The first patch is queued up for 5.9 in the media tree, but included here
> for completeness.
> A git tree is available here:
> git:// dma_alloc_pages
> Gitweb:
> Changes since v2:
> - fix up the patch reshuffle which wasn't quite correct
> - fix up a few commit messages
> Changes since v1:
> - rebased on the latests dma-mapping tree, which merged many of the
> cleanups
> - fix an argument passing typo in 53c700, caught by sparse
> - rename a few macro arguments in 53c700
> - pass the right device to the DMA API in the lib82596 drivers
> - fix memory ownershiptransfers in sgiseeq
> - better document what a page in the direct kernel mapping means
> - split into dma_alloc_pages that returns a struct page and is in the
> direct mapping vs dma_alloc_noncoherent that can be vmapped
> - conver the firewire ohci driver to dma_alloc_pages
> Diffstat:
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