ia64/linux-2.6.18-xen.hg

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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 * I/O Processor (IOP) defines and structures, mostly snagged from A/UX
3 * header files.
4 *
5 * The original header from which this was taken is copyrighted. I've done some
6 * rewriting (in fact my changes make this a bit more readable, IMHO) but some
7 * more should be done.
8 */
10 /*
11 * This is the base address of the IOPs. Use this as the address of
12 * a "struct iop" (see below) to see where the actual registers fall.
13 */
15 #define SCC_IOP_BASE_IIFX (0x50F04000)
16 #define ISM_IOP_BASE_IIFX (0x50F12000)
18 #define SCC_IOP_BASE_QUADRA (0x50F0C000)
19 #define ISM_IOP_BASE_QUADRA (0x50F1E000)
21 /* IOP status/control register bits: */
23 #define IOP_BYPASS 0x01 /* bypass-mode hardware access */
24 #define IOP_AUTOINC 0x02 /* allow autoincrement of ramhi/lo */
25 #define IOP_RUN 0x04 /* set to 0 to reset IOP chip */
26 #define IOP_IRQ 0x08 /* generate IRQ to IOP if 1 */
27 #define IOP_INT0 0x10 /* intr priority from IOP to host */
28 #define IOP_INT1 0x20 /* intr priority from IOP to host */
29 #define IOP_HWINT 0x40 /* IRQ from hardware; bypass mode only */
30 #define IOP_DMAINACTIVE 0x80 /* no DMA request active; bypass mode only */
32 #define NUM_IOPS 2
33 #define NUM_IOP_CHAN 7
34 #define NUM_IOP_MSGS NUM_IOP_CHAN*8
35 #define IOP_MSG_LEN 32
37 /* IOP reference numbers, used by the globally-visible iop_xxx functions */
39 #define IOP_NUM_SCC 0
40 #define IOP_NUM_ISM 1
42 /* IOP channel states */
44 #define IOP_MSG_IDLE 0 /* idle */
45 #define IOP_MSG_NEW 1 /* new message sent */
46 #define IOP_MSG_RCVD 2 /* message received; processing */
47 #define IOP_MSG_COMPLETE 3 /* message processing complete */
49 /* IOP message status codes */
51 #define IOP_MSGSTATUS_UNUSED 0 /* Unusued message structure */
52 #define IOP_MSGSTATUS_WAITING 1 /* waiting for channel */
53 #define IOP_MSGSTATUS_SENT 2 /* message sent, awaiting reply */
54 #define IOP_MSGSTATUS_COMPLETE 3 /* message complete and reply rcvd */
55 #define IOP_MSGSTATUS_UNSOL 6 /* message is unsolicited */
57 /* IOP memory addresses of the members of the mac_iop_kernel structure. */
59 #define IOP_ADDR_MAX_SEND_CHAN 0x0200
60 #define IOP_ADDR_SEND_STATE 0x0201
61 #define IOP_ADDR_PATCH_CTRL 0x021F
62 #define IOP_ADDR_SEND_MSG 0x0220
63 #define IOP_ADDR_MAX_RECV_CHAN 0x0300
64 #define IOP_ADDR_RECV_STATE 0x0301
65 #define IOP_ADDR_ALIVE 0x031F
66 #define IOP_ADDR_RECV_MSG 0x0320
68 #ifndef __ASSEMBLY__
70 /*
71 * IOP Control registers, staggered because in usual Apple style they were
72 * too lazy to decode the A0 bit. This structure is assumed to begin at
73 * one of the xxx_IOP_BASE addresses given above.
74 */
76 struct mac_iop {
77 __u8 ram_addr_hi; /* shared RAM address hi byte */
78 __u8 pad0;
79 __u8 ram_addr_lo; /* shared RAM address lo byte */
80 __u8 pad1;
81 __u8 status_ctrl; /* status/control register */
82 __u8 pad2[3];
83 __u8 ram_data; /* RAM data byte at ramhi/lo */
85 __u8 pad3[23];
87 /* Bypass-mode hardware access registers */
89 union {
90 struct { /* SCC registers */
91 __u8 sccb_cmd; /* SCC B command reg */
92 __u8 pad4;
93 __u8 scca_cmd; /* SCC A command reg */
94 __u8 pad5;
95 __u8 sccb_data; /* SCC B data */
96 __u8 pad6;
97 __u8 scca_data; /* SCC A data */
98 } scc_regs;
100 struct { /* ISM registers */
101 __u8 wdata; /* write a data byte */
102 __u8 pad7;
103 __u8 wmark; /* write a mark byte */
104 __u8 pad8;
105 __u8 wcrc; /* write 2-byte crc to disk */
106 __u8 pad9;
107 __u8 wparams; /* write the param regs */
108 __u8 pad10;
109 __u8 wphase; /* write the phase states & dirs */
110 __u8 pad11;
111 __u8 wsetup; /* write the setup register */
112 __u8 pad12;
113 __u8 wzeroes; /* mode reg: 1's clr bits, 0's are x */
114 __u8 pad13;
115 __u8 wones; /* mode reg: 1's set bits, 0's are x */
116 __u8 pad14;
117 __u8 rdata; /* read a data byte */
118 __u8 pad15;
119 __u8 rmark; /* read a mark byte */
120 __u8 pad16;
121 __u8 rerror; /* read the error register */
122 __u8 pad17;
123 __u8 rparams; /* read the param regs */
124 __u8 pad18;
125 __u8 rphase; /* read the phase states & dirs */
126 __u8 pad19;
127 __u8 rsetup; /* read the setup register */
128 __u8 pad20;
129 __u8 rmode; /* read the mode register */
130 __u8 pad21;
131 __u8 rhandshake; /* read the handshake register */
132 } ism_regs;
133 } b;
134 };
136 /* This structure is used to track IOP messages in the Linux kernel */
138 struct iop_msg {
139 struct iop_msg *next; /* next message in queue or NULL */
140 uint iop_num; /* IOP number */
141 uint channel; /* channel number */
142 void *caller_priv; /* caller private data */
143 int status; /* status of this message */
144 __u8 message[IOP_MSG_LEN]; /* the message being sent/received */
145 __u8 reply[IOP_MSG_LEN]; /* the reply to the message */
146 void (*handler)(struct iop_msg *, struct pt_regs *);
147 /* function to call when reply recvd */
148 };
150 extern int iop_scc_present,iop_ism_present;
152 extern int iop_listen(uint, uint,
153 void (*handler)(struct iop_msg *, struct pt_regs *),
154 const char *);
155 extern int iop_send_message(uint, uint, void *, uint, __u8 *,
156 void (*)(struct iop_msg *, struct pt_regs *));
157 extern void iop_complete_message(struct iop_msg *);
158 extern void iop_upload_code(uint, __u8 *, uint, __u16);
159 extern void iop_download_code(uint, __u8 *, uint, __u16);
160 extern __u8 *iop_compare_code(uint, __u8 *, uint, __u16);
162 #endif /* __ASSEMBLY__ */