ia64/linux-2.6.18-xen.hg

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[IA64] xencomm: support XENMEM_add_to_physmap and XENMEM_remove_from_phsymap

support XENMEM_add_to_physmap and XENMEM_remove_from_phsymap.

Signed-off-by: Isaku Yamahata <yamahata@valinux.co.jp>
author Isaku Yamahata <yamahata@valinux.co.jp>
date Tue Sep 16 21:26:15 2008 +0900 (2008-09-16)
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1 Revision 0.21: Uses the new generic socket option code.
3 Revision 0.22: Gcc clean ups and drop out device registration. Use the
4 new multi-protocol edition of hard_header
6 Revision 0.23: IPX /proc by Mark Evans. Adding a route will
7 will overwrite any existing route to the same network.
9 Revision 0.24: Supports new /proc with no 4K limit
11 Revision 0.25: Add ephemeral sockets, passive local network
12 identification, support for local net 0 and
13 multiple datalinks <Greg Page>
15 Revision 0.26: Device drop kills IPX routes via it. (needed for module)
17 Revision 0.27: Autobind <Mark Evans>
19 Revision 0.28: Small fix for multiple local networks <Thomas Winder>
21 Revision 0.29: Assorted major errors removed <Mark Evans>
22 Small correction to promisc mode error fix <Alan Cox>
23 Asynchronous I/O support. Changed to use notifiers
24 and the newer packet_type stuff. Assorted major
25 fixes <Alejandro Liu>
27 Revision 0.30: Moved to net/ipx/... <Alan Cox>
28 Don't set address length on recvfrom that errors.
29 Incorrect verify_area.
31 Revision 0.31: New sk_buffs. This still needs a lot of
32 testing. <Alan Cox>
34 Revision 0.32: Using sock_alloc_send_skb, firewall hooks. <Alan Cox>
35 Supports sendmsg/recvmsg
37 Revision 0.33: Internal network support, routing changes, uses a
38 protocol private area for ipx data.
40 Revision 0.34: Module support. <Jim Freeman>
42 Revision 0.35: Checksum support. <Neil Turton>, hooked in by <Alan Cox>
43 Handles WIN95 discovery packets <Volker Lendecke>
45 Revision 0.36: Internal bump up for 2.1
47 Revision 0.37: Began adding POSIXisms.
49 Revision 0.38: Asynchronous socket stuff made current.
51 Revision 0.39: SPX interfaces
53 Revision 0.40: Tiny SIOCGSTAMP fix (chris@cybernet.co.nz)
55 Revision 0.41: 802.2TR removed (p.norton@computer.org)
56 Fixed connecting to primary net,
57 Automatic binding on send & receive,
58 Martijn van Oosterhout <kleptogimp@geocities.com>
60 Revision 042: Multithreading - use spinlocks and refcounting to
61 protect some structures: ipx_interface sock list, list
62 of ipx interfaces, etc.
63 Bugfixes - do refcounting on net_devices, check function
64 results, etc. Thanks to davem and freitag for
65 suggestions and guidance.
66 Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo <acme@conectiva.com.br>,
67 November, 2000
69 Revision 043: Shared SKBs, don't mangle packets, some cleanups
70 Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo <acme@conectiva.com.br>,
71 December, 2000
73 Revision 044: Call ipxitf_hold on NETDEV_UP - acme
75 Revision 045: fix PPROP routing bug - acme
77 Revision 046: Further fixes to PPROP, ipxitf_create_internal was
78 doing an unneeded MOD_INC_USE_COUNT, implement
79 sysctl for ipx_pprop_broacasting, fix the ipx sysctl
80 handling, making it dynamic, some cleanups, thanks to
81 Petr Vandrovec for review and good suggestions. (acme)
83 Revision 047: Cleanups, CodingStyle changes, move the ncp connection
84 hack out of line - acme
86 Revision 048: Use sk->protinfo to store the pointer to IPX private
87 area, remove af_ipx from sk->protinfo and move ipx_opt
88 to include/net/ipx.h, use IPX_SK like DecNET, etc - acme
90 Revision 049: SPX support dropped, see comment in ipx_create - acme
92 Revision 050: Use seq_file for proc stuff, moving it to ipx_proc.c - acme
94 Other fixes:
96 Protect the module by a MOD_INC_USE_COUNT/MOD_DEC_USE_COUNT pair. Also, now
97 usage count is managed this way:
98 -Count one if the auto_interface mode is on
99 -Count one per configured interface
101 Jacques Gelinas (jacques@solucorp.qc.ca)