ia64/linux-2.6.18-xen.hg

view arch/m68k/math-emu/fp_entry.S @ 452:c7ed6fe5dca0

kexec: dont initialise regions in reserve_memory()

There is no need to initialise efi_memmap_res and boot_param_res in
reserve_memory() for the initial xen domain as it is done in
machine_kexec_setup_resources() using values from the kexec hypercall.

Signed-off-by: Simon Horman <horms@verge.net.au>
author Keir Fraser <keir.fraser@citrix.com>
date Thu Feb 28 10:55:18 2008 +0000 (2008-02-28)
parents 831230e53067
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1 /*
2 * fp_emu.S
3 *
4 * Copyright Roman Zippel, 1997. All rights reserved.
5 *
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36 */
38 #include <linux/linkage.h>
39 #include <asm/entry.h>
41 #include "fp_emu.h"
43 .globl fpu_emu
44 .globl fp_debugprint
45 .globl fp_err_ua1,fp_err_ua2
47 .text
48 fpu_emu:
49 SAVE_ALL_INT
50 GET_CURRENT(%d0)
52 #if defined(CPU_M68020_OR_M68030) && defined(CPU_M68040_OR_M68060)
53 tst.l m68k_is040or060
54 jeq 1f
55 #endif
56 #if defined(CPU_M68040_OR_M68060)
57 move.l (FPS_PC2,%sp),(FPS_PC,%sp)
58 #endif
59 1:
60 | emulate the instruction
61 jsr fp_scan
63 #if defined(CONFIG_M68060)
64 #if !defined(CPU_M68060_ONLY)
65 btst #3,m68k_cputype+3
66 jeq 1f
67 #endif
68 btst #7,(FPS_SR,%sp)
69 jne fp_sendtrace060
70 #endif
71 1:
72 | emulation successful?
73 tst.l %d0
74 jeq ret_from_exception
76 | send some signal to program here
78 jra ret_from_exception
80 | we jump here after an access error while trying to access
81 | user space, we correct stackpointer and send a SIGSEGV to
82 | the user process
83 fp_err_ua2:
84 addq.l #4,%sp
85 fp_err_ua1:
86 addq.l #4,%sp
87 move.l %a0,-(%sp)
88 pea SEGV_MAPERR
89 pea SIGSEGV
90 jsr fpemu_signal
91 add.w #12,%sp
92 jra ret_from_exception
94 #if defined(CONFIG_M68060)
95 | send a trace signal if we are debugged
96 | it does not really belong here, but...
97 fp_sendtrace060:
98 move.l (FPS_PC,%sp),-(%sp)
99 pea TRAP_TRACE
100 pea SIGTRAP
101 jsr fpemu_signal
102 add.w #12,%sp
103 jra ret_from_exception
104 #endif
106 .globl fp_get_data_reg, fp_put_data_reg
107 .globl fp_get_addr_reg, fp_put_addr_reg
109 | Entry points to get/put a register. Some of them can be get/put
110 | directly, others are on the stack, as we read/write the stack
111 | directly here, these function may only be called from within
112 | instruction decoding, otherwise the stack pointer is incorrect
113 | and the stack gets corrupted.
114 fp_get_data_reg:
115 jmp ([0f:w,%pc,%d0.w*4])
117 .align 4
118 0:
119 .long fp_get_d0, fp_get_d1
120 .long fp_get_d2, fp_get_d3
121 .long fp_get_d4, fp_get_d5
122 .long fp_get_d6, fp_get_d7
124 fp_get_d0:
125 move.l (PT_D0+8,%sp),%d0
126 printf PREGISTER,"{d0->%08x}",1,%d0
127 rts
129 fp_get_d1:
130 move.l (PT_D1+8,%sp),%d0
131 printf PREGISTER,"{d1->%08x}",1,%d0
132 rts
134 fp_get_d2:
135 move.l (PT_D2+8,%sp),%d0
136 printf PREGISTER,"{d2->%08x}",1,%d0
137 rts
139 fp_get_d3:
140 move.l %d3,%d0
141 printf PREGISTER,"{d3->%08x}",1,%d0
142 rts
144 fp_get_d4:
145 move.l %d4,%d0
146 printf PREGISTER,"{d4->%08x}",1,%d0
147 rts
149 fp_get_d5:
150 move.l %d5,%d0
151 printf PREGISTER,"{d5->%08x}",1,%d0
152 rts
154 fp_get_d6:
155 move.l %d6,%d0
156 printf PREGISTER,"{d6->%08x}",1,%d0
157 rts
159 fp_get_d7:
160 move.l %d7,%d0
161 printf PREGISTER,"{d7->%08x}",1,%d0
162 rts
164 fp_put_data_reg:
165 jmp ([0f:w,%pc,%d1.w*4])
167 .align 4
168 0:
169 .long fp_put_d0, fp_put_d1
170 .long fp_put_d2, fp_put_d3
171 .long fp_put_d4, fp_put_d5
172 .long fp_put_d6, fp_put_d7
174 fp_put_d0:
175 printf PREGISTER,"{d0<-%08x}",1,%d0
176 move.l %d0,(PT_D0+8,%sp)
177 rts
179 fp_put_d1:
180 printf PREGISTER,"{d1<-%08x}",1,%d0
181 move.l %d0,(PT_D1+8,%sp)
182 rts
184 fp_put_d2:
185 printf PREGISTER,"{d2<-%08x}",1,%d0
186 move.l %d0,(PT_D2+8,%sp)
187 rts
189 fp_put_d3:
190 printf PREGISTER,"{d3<-%08x}",1,%d0
191 | move.l %d0,%d3
192 move.l %d0,(PT_D3+8,%sp)
193 rts
195 fp_put_d4:
196 printf PREGISTER,"{d4<-%08x}",1,%d0
197 | move.l %d0,%d4
198 move.l %d0,(PT_D4+8,%sp)
199 rts
201 fp_put_d5:
202 printf PREGISTER,"{d5<-%08x}",1,%d0
203 | move.l %d0,%d5
204 move.l %d0,(PT_D5+8,%sp)
205 rts
207 fp_put_d6:
208 printf PREGISTER,"{d6<-%08x}",1,%d0
209 move.l %d0,%d6
210 rts
212 fp_put_d7:
213 printf PREGISTER,"{d7<-%08x}",1,%d0
214 move.l %d0,%d7
215 rts
217 fp_get_addr_reg:
218 jmp ([0f:w,%pc,%d0.w*4])
220 .align 4
221 0:
222 .long fp_get_a0, fp_get_a1
223 .long fp_get_a2, fp_get_a3
224 .long fp_get_a4, fp_get_a5
225 .long fp_get_a6, fp_get_a7
227 fp_get_a0:
228 move.l (PT_A0+8,%sp),%a0
229 printf PREGISTER,"{a0->%08x}",1,%a0
230 rts
232 fp_get_a1:
233 move.l (PT_A1+8,%sp),%a0
234 printf PREGISTER,"{a1->%08x}",1,%a0
235 rts
237 fp_get_a2:
238 move.l (PT_A2+8,%sp),%a0
239 printf PREGISTER,"{a2->%08x}",1,%a0
240 rts
242 fp_get_a3:
243 move.l %a3,%a0
244 printf PREGISTER,"{a3->%08x}",1,%a0
245 rts
247 fp_get_a4:
248 move.l %a4,%a0
249 printf PREGISTER,"{a4->%08x}",1,%a0
250 rts
252 fp_get_a5:
253 move.l %a5,%a0
254 printf PREGISTER,"{a5->%08x}",1,%a0
255 rts
257 fp_get_a6:
258 move.l %a6,%a0
259 printf PREGISTER,"{a6->%08x}",1,%a0
260 rts
262 fp_get_a7:
263 move.l %usp,%a0
264 printf PREGISTER,"{a7->%08x}",1,%a0
265 rts
267 fp_put_addr_reg:
268 jmp ([0f:w,%pc,%d0.w*4])
270 .align 4
271 0:
272 .long fp_put_a0, fp_put_a1
273 .long fp_put_a2, fp_put_a3
274 .long fp_put_a4, fp_put_a5
275 .long fp_put_a6, fp_put_a7
277 fp_put_a0:
278 printf PREGISTER,"{a0<-%08x}",1,%a0
279 move.l %a0,(PT_A0+8,%sp)
280 rts
282 fp_put_a1:
283 printf PREGISTER,"{a1<-%08x}",1,%a0
284 move.l %a0,(PT_A1+8,%sp)
285 rts
287 fp_put_a2:
288 printf PREGISTER,"{a2<-%08x}",1,%a0
289 move.l %a0,(PT_A2+8,%sp)
290 rts
292 fp_put_a3:
293 printf PREGISTER,"{a3<-%08x}",1,%a0
294 move.l %a0,%a3
295 rts
297 fp_put_a4:
298 printf PREGISTER,"{a4<-%08x}",1,%a0
299 move.l %a0,%a4
300 rts
302 fp_put_a5:
303 printf PREGISTER,"{a5<-%08x}",1,%a0
304 move.l %a0,%a5
305 rts
307 fp_put_a6:
308 printf PREGISTER,"{a6<-%08x}",1,%a0
309 move.l %a0,%a6
310 rts
312 fp_put_a7:
313 printf PREGISTER,"{a7<-%08x}",1,%a0
314 move.l %a0,%usp
315 rts
317 .data
318 .align 4
320 fp_debugprint:
321 | .long PMDECODE
322 .long PMINSTR+PMDECODE+PMCONV+PMNORM
323 | .long PMCONV+PMNORM+PMINSTR
324 | .long 0