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 /* $Id: machines.h,v 1.4 1995/11/25 02:31:58 davem Exp $
2 * machines.h: Defines for taking apart the machine type value in the
3 * idprom and determining the kind of machine we are on.
4 *
5 * Copyright (C) 1995 David S. Miller (davem@caip.rutgers.edu)
6 * Sun3/3x models added by David Monro (davidm@psrg.cs.usyd.edu.au)
7 */
8 #ifndef _SPARC_MACHINES_H
9 #define _SPARC_MACHINES_H
11 struct Sun_Machine_Models {
12 char *name;
13 unsigned char id_machtype;
14 };
16 /* Current number of machines we know about that has an IDPROM
17 * machtype entry including one entry for the 0x80 OBP machines.
18 */
19 // reduced along with table in arch/m68k/sun3/idprom.c
20 // sun3 port doesn't need to know about sparc machines.
21 //#define NUM_SUN_MACHINES 23
22 #define NUM_SUN_MACHINES 8
24 extern struct Sun_Machine_Models Sun_Machines[NUM_SUN_MACHINES];
26 /* The machine type in the idprom area looks like this:
27 *
28 * ---------------
29 * | ARCH | MACH |
30 * ---------------
31 * 7 4 3 0
32 *
33 * The ARCH field determines the architecture line (sun4, sun4c, etc).
34 * The MACH field determines the machine make within that architecture.
35 */
37 #define SM_ARCH_MASK 0xf0
38 #define SM_SUN3 0x10
39 #define SM_SUN4 0x20
40 #define SM_SUN3X 0x40
41 #define SM_SUN4C 0x50
42 #define SM_SUN4M 0x70
43 #define SM_SUN4M_OBP 0x80
45 #define SM_TYP_MASK 0x0f
46 /* Sun3 machines */
47 #define SM_3_160 0x01 /* Sun 3/160 series */
48 #define SM_3_50 0x02 /* Sun 3/50 series */
49 #define SM_3_260 0x03 /* Sun 3/260 series */
50 #define SM_3_110 0x04 /* Sun 3/110 series */
51 #define SM_3_60 0x07 /* Sun 3/60 series */
52 #define SM_3_E 0x08 /* Sun 3/E series */
54 /* Sun3x machines */
55 #define SM_3_460 0x01 /* Sun 3/460 (460,470,480) series */
56 #define SM_3_80 0x02 /* Sun 3/80 series */
58 /* Sun4 machines */
59 #define SM_4_260 0x01 /* Sun 4/200 series */
60 #define SM_4_110 0x02 /* Sun 4/100 series */
61 #define SM_4_330 0x03 /* Sun 4/300 series */
62 #define SM_4_470 0x04 /* Sun 4/400 series */
64 /* Sun4c machines Full Name - PROM NAME */
65 #define SM_4C_SS1 0x01 /* Sun4c SparcStation 1 - Sun 4/60 */
66 #define SM_4C_IPC 0x02 /* Sun4c SparcStation IPC - Sun 4/40 */
67 #define SM_4C_SS1PLUS 0x03 /* Sun4c SparcStation 1+ - Sun 4/65 */
68 #define SM_4C_SLC 0x04 /* Sun4c SparcStation SLC - Sun 4/20 */
69 #define SM_4C_SS2 0x05 /* Sun4c SparcStation 2 - Sun 4/75 */
70 #define SM_4C_ELC 0x06 /* Sun4c SparcStation ELC - Sun 4/25 */
71 #define SM_4C_IPX 0x07 /* Sun4c SparcStation IPX - Sun 4/50 */
73 /* Sun4m machines, these predate the OpenBoot. These values only mean
74 * something if the value in the ARCH field is SM_SUN4M, if it is
75 * SM_SUN4M_OBP then you have the following situation:
76 * 1) You either have a sun4d, a sun4e, or a recently made sun4m.
77 * 2) You have to consult OpenBoot to determine which machine this is.
78 */
79 #define SM_4M_SS60 0x01 /* Sun4m SparcSystem 600 */
80 #define SM_4M_SS50 0x02 /* Sun4m SparcStation 10 */
81 #define SM_4M_SS40 0x03 /* Sun4m SparcStation 5 */
83 /* Sun4d machines -- N/A */
84 /* Sun4e machines -- N/A */
85 /* Sun4u machines -- N/A */
87 #endif /* !(_SPARC_MACHINES_H) */