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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: openprom.h,v 1.19 1996/09/25 03:51:08 davem Exp $ */
2 #ifndef __SPARC_OPENPROM_H
3 #define __SPARC_OPENPROM_H
5 /* openprom.h: Prom structures and defines for access to the OPENBOOT
6 * prom routines and data areas.
7 *
8 * Copyright (C) 1995 David S. Miller (davem@caip.rutgers.edu)
9 */
12 /* Empirical constants... */
13 #ifdef CONFIG_SUN3
14 #define KADB_DEBUGGER_BEGVM 0x0fee0000 /* There is no kadb yet but...*/
15 #define LINUX_OPPROM_BEGVM 0x0fef0000
16 #define LINUX_OPPROM_ENDVM 0x0ff10000 /* I think this is right - tm */
17 #else
18 #define KADB_DEBUGGER_BEGVM 0xffc00000 /* Where kern debugger is in virt-mem */
19 #define LINUX_OPPROM_BEGVM 0xffd00000
20 #define LINUX_OPPROM_ENDVM 0xfff00000
21 #define LINUX_OPPROM_MAGIC 0x10010407
22 #endif
24 #ifndef __ASSEMBLY__
25 /* V0 prom device operations. */
26 struct linux_dev_v0_funcs {
27 int (*v0_devopen)(char *device_str);
28 int (*v0_devclose)(int dev_desc);
29 int (*v0_rdblkdev)(int dev_desc, int num_blks, int blk_st, char *buf);
30 int (*v0_wrblkdev)(int dev_desc, int num_blks, int blk_st, char *buf);
31 int (*v0_wrnetdev)(int dev_desc, int num_bytes, char *buf);
32 int (*v0_rdnetdev)(int dev_desc, int num_bytes, char *buf);
33 int (*v0_rdchardev)(int dev_desc, int num_bytes, int dummy, char *buf);
34 int (*v0_wrchardev)(int dev_desc, int num_bytes, int dummy, char *buf);
35 int (*v0_seekdev)(int dev_desc, long logical_offst, int from);
36 };
38 /* V2 and later prom device operations. */
39 struct linux_dev_v2_funcs {
40 int (*v2_inst2pkg)(int d); /* Convert ihandle to phandle */
41 char * (*v2_dumb_mem_alloc)(char *va, unsigned sz);
42 void (*v2_dumb_mem_free)(char *va, unsigned sz);
44 /* To map devices into virtual I/O space. */
45 char * (*v2_dumb_mmap)(char *virta, int which_io, unsigned paddr, unsigned sz);
46 void (*v2_dumb_munmap)(char *virta, unsigned size);
48 int (*v2_dev_open)(char *devpath);
49 void (*v2_dev_close)(int d);
50 int (*v2_dev_read)(int d, char *buf, int nbytes);
51 int (*v2_dev_write)(int d, char *buf, int nbytes);
52 int (*v2_dev_seek)(int d, int hi, int lo);
54 /* Never issued (multistage load support) */
55 void (*v2_wheee2)(void);
56 void (*v2_wheee3)(void);
57 };
59 struct linux_mlist_v0 {
60 struct linux_mlist_v0 *theres_more;
61 char *start_adr;
62 unsigned num_bytes;
63 };
65 struct linux_mem_v0 {
66 struct linux_mlist_v0 **v0_totphys;
67 struct linux_mlist_v0 **v0_prommap;
68 struct linux_mlist_v0 **v0_available; /* What we can use */
69 };
71 /* Arguments sent to the kernel from the boot prompt. */
72 struct linux_arguments_v0 {
73 char *argv[8];
74 char args[100];
75 char boot_dev[2];
76 int boot_dev_ctrl;
77 int boot_dev_unit;
78 int dev_partition;
79 char *kernel_file_name;
80 void *aieee1; /* XXX */
81 };
83 /* V2 and up boot things. */
84 struct linux_bootargs_v2 {
85 char **bootpath;
86 char **bootargs;
87 int *fd_stdin;
88 int *fd_stdout;
89 };
91 #if defined(CONFIG_SUN3) || defined(CONFIG_SUN3X)
92 struct linux_romvec {
93 char *pv_initsp;
94 int (*pv_startmon)(void);
96 int *diagberr;
98 struct linux_arguments_v0 **pv_v0bootargs;
99 unsigned *pv_sun3mem;
101 unsigned char (*pv_getchar)(void);
102 int (*pv_putchar)(int ch);
103 int (*pv_nbgetchar)(void);
104 int (*pv_nbputchar)(int ch);
105 unsigned char *pv_echo;
106 unsigned char *pv_insource;
107 unsigned char *pv_outsink;
109 int (*pv_getkey)(void);
110 int (*pv_initgetkey)(void);
111 unsigned int *pv_translation;
112 unsigned char *pv_keybid;
113 int *pv_screen_x;
114 int *pv_screen_y;
115 struct keybuf *pv_keybuf;
117 char *pv_monid;
119 /*
120 * Frame buffer output and terminal emulation
121 */
123 int (*pv_fbwritechar)(char);
124 int *pv_fbaddr;
125 char **pv_font;
126 int (*pv_fbwritestr)(char);
128 void (*pv_reboot)(char *bootstr);
130 /*
131 * Line input and parsing
132 */
134 unsigned char *pv_linebuf;
135 unsigned char **pv_lineptr;
136 int *pv_linesize;
137 int (*pv_getline)(void);
138 unsigned char (*pv_getnextchar)(void);
139 unsigned char (*pv_peeknextchar)(void);
140 int *pv_fbthere;
141 int (*pv_getnum)(void);
143 void (*pv_printf)(const char *fmt, ...);
144 int (*pv_printhex)(void);
146 unsigned char *pv_leds;
147 int (*pv_setleds)(void);
149 /*
150 * Non-maskable interrupt (nmi) information
151 */
153 int (*pv_nmiaddr)(void);
154 int (*pv_abortentry)(void);
155 int *pv_nmiclock;
157 int *pv_fbtype;
159 /*
160 * Assorted other things
161 */
163 unsigned pv_romvers;
164 struct globram *pv_globram;
165 char *pv_kbdzscc;
167 int *pv_keyrinit;
168 unsigned char *pv_keyrtick;
169 unsigned *pv_memoryavail;
170 long *pv_resetaddr;
171 long *pv_resetmap;
173 void (*pv_halt)(void);
174 unsigned char *pv_memorybitmap;
176 #ifdef CONFIG_SUN3
177 void (*pv_setctxt)(int ctxt, char *va, int pmeg);
178 void (*pv_vector_cmd)(void);
179 int dummy1z;
180 int dummy2z;
181 int dummy3z;
182 int dummy4z;
183 #endif
184 };
185 #else
186 /* The top level PROM vector. */
187 struct linux_romvec {
188 /* Version numbers. */
189 unsigned int pv_magic_cookie;
190 unsigned int pv_romvers;
191 unsigned int pv_plugin_revision;
192 unsigned int pv_printrev;
194 /* Version 0 memory descriptors. */
195 struct linux_mem_v0 pv_v0mem;
197 /* Node operations. */
198 struct linux_nodeops *pv_nodeops;
200 char **pv_bootstr;
201 struct linux_dev_v0_funcs pv_v0devops;
203 char *pv_stdin;
204 char *pv_stdout;
205 #define PROMDEV_KBD 0 /* input from keyboard */
206 #define PROMDEV_SCREEN 0 /* output to screen */
207 #define PROMDEV_TTYA 1 /* in/out to ttya */
208 #define PROMDEV_TTYB 2 /* in/out to ttyb */
210 /* Blocking getchar/putchar. NOT REENTRANT! (grr) */
211 int (*pv_getchar)(void);
212 void (*pv_putchar)(int ch);
214 /* Non-blocking variants. */
215 int (*pv_nbgetchar)(void);
216 int (*pv_nbputchar)(int ch);
218 void (*pv_putstr)(char *str, int len);
220 /* Miscellany. */
221 void (*pv_reboot)(char *bootstr);
222 void (*pv_printf)(__const__ char *fmt, ...);
223 void (*pv_abort)(void);
224 __volatile__ int *pv_ticks;
225 void (*pv_halt)(void);
226 void (**pv_synchook)(void);
228 /* Evaluate a forth string, not different proto for V0 and V2->up. */
229 union {
230 void (*v0_eval)(int len, char *str);
231 void (*v2_eval)(char *str);
232 } pv_fortheval;
234 struct linux_arguments_v0 **pv_v0bootargs;
236 /* Get ether address. */
237 unsigned int (*pv_enaddr)(int d, char *enaddr);
239 struct linux_bootargs_v2 pv_v2bootargs;
240 struct linux_dev_v2_funcs pv_v2devops;
242 int filler[15];
244 /* This one is sun4c/sun4 only. */
245 void (*pv_setctxt)(int ctxt, char *va, int pmeg);
247 /* Prom version 3 Multiprocessor routines. This stuff is crazy.
248 * No joke. Calling these when there is only one cpu probably
249 * crashes the machine, have to test this. :-)
250 */
252 /* v3_cpustart() will start the cpu 'whichcpu' in mmu-context
253 * 'thiscontext' executing at address 'prog_counter'
254 */
255 int (*v3_cpustart)(unsigned int whichcpu, int ctxtbl_ptr,
256 int thiscontext, char *prog_counter);
258 /* v3_cpustop() will cause cpu 'whichcpu' to stop executing
259 * until a resume cpu call is made.
260 */
261 int (*v3_cpustop)(unsigned int whichcpu);
263 /* v3_cpuidle() will idle cpu 'whichcpu' until a stop or
264 * resume cpu call is made.
265 */
266 int (*v3_cpuidle)(unsigned int whichcpu);
268 /* v3_cpuresume() will resume processor 'whichcpu' executing
269 * starting with whatever 'pc' and 'npc' were left at the
270 * last 'idle' or 'stop' call.
271 */
272 int (*v3_cpuresume)(unsigned int whichcpu);
273 };
274 #endif
276 /* Routines for traversing the prom device tree. */
277 struct linux_nodeops {
278 int (*no_nextnode)(int node);
279 int (*no_child)(int node);
280 int (*no_proplen)(int node, char *name);
281 int (*no_getprop)(int node, char *name, char *val);
282 int (*no_setprop)(int node, char *name, char *val, int len);
283 char * (*no_nextprop)(int node, char *name);
284 };
286 /* More fun PROM structures for device probing. */
287 #define PROMREG_MAX 16
288 #define PROMVADDR_MAX 16
289 #define PROMINTR_MAX 15
291 struct linux_prom_registers {
292 int which_io; /* is this in OBIO space? */
293 char *phys_addr; /* The physical address of this register */
294 int reg_size; /* How many bytes does this register take up? */
295 };
297 struct linux_prom_irqs {
298 int pri; /* IRQ priority */
299 int vector; /* This is foobar, what does it do? */
300 };
302 /* Element of the "ranges" vector */
303 struct linux_prom_ranges {
304 unsigned int ot_child_space;
305 unsigned int ot_child_base; /* Bus feels this */
306 unsigned int ot_parent_space;
307 unsigned int ot_parent_base; /* CPU looks from here */
308 unsigned int or_size;
309 };
311 #endif /* !(__ASSEMBLY__) */
313 #endif /* !(__SPARC_OPENPROM_H) */