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: oplib.h,v 1.12 1996/10/31 06:29:13 davem Exp $
2 * oplib.h: Describes the interface and available routines in the
3 * Linux Prom library.
4 *
5 * Copyright (C) 1995 David S. Miller (davem@caip.rutgers.edu)
6 */
8 #ifndef __SPARC_OPLIB_H
9 #define __SPARC_OPLIB_H
11 #include <asm/openprom.h>
13 /* The master romvec pointer... */
14 extern struct linux_romvec *romvec;
16 /* Enumeration to describe the prom major version we have detected. */
17 enum prom_major_version {
18 PROM_V0, /* Original sun4c V0 prom */
19 PROM_V2, /* sun4c and early sun4m V2 prom */
20 PROM_V3, /* sun4m and later, up to sun4d/sun4e machines V3 */
21 PROM_P1275, /* IEEE compliant ISA based Sun PROM, only sun4u */
22 PROM_AP1000, /* actually no prom at all */
23 };
25 extern enum prom_major_version prom_vers;
26 /* Revision, and firmware revision. */
27 extern unsigned int prom_rev, prom_prev;
29 /* Root node of the prom device tree, this stays constant after
30 * initialization is complete.
31 */
32 extern int prom_root_node;
34 /* Pointer to prom structure containing the device tree traversal
35 * and usage utility functions. Only prom-lib should use these,
36 * users use the interface defined by the library only!
37 */
38 extern struct linux_nodeops *prom_nodeops;
40 /* The functions... */
42 /* You must call prom_init() before using any of the library services,
43 * preferably as early as possible. Pass it the romvec pointer.
44 */
45 extern void prom_init(struct linux_romvec *rom_ptr);
47 /* Boot argument acquisition, returns the boot command line string. */
48 extern char *prom_getbootargs(void);
50 /* Device utilities. */
52 /* Map and unmap devices in IO space at virtual addresses. Note that the
53 * virtual address you pass is a request and the prom may put your mappings
54 * somewhere else, so check your return value as that is where your new
55 * mappings really are!
56 *
57 * Another note, these are only available on V2 or higher proms!
58 */
59 extern char *prom_mapio(char *virt_hint, int io_space, unsigned int phys_addr, unsigned int num_bytes);
60 extern void prom_unmapio(char *virt_addr, unsigned int num_bytes);
62 /* Device operations. */
64 /* Open the device described by the passed string. Note, that the format
65 * of the string is different on V0 vs. V2->higher proms. The caller must
66 * know what he/she is doing! Returns the device descriptor, an int.
67 */
68 extern int prom_devopen(char *device_string);
70 /* Close a previously opened device described by the passed integer
71 * descriptor.
72 */
73 extern int prom_devclose(int device_handle);
75 /* Do a seek operation on the device described by the passed integer
76 * descriptor.
77 */
78 extern void prom_seek(int device_handle, unsigned int seek_hival,
79 unsigned int seek_lowval);
81 /* Machine memory configuration routine. */
83 /* This function returns a V0 format memory descriptor table, it has three
84 * entries. One for the total amount of physical ram on the machine, one
85 * for the amount of physical ram available, and one describing the virtual
86 * areas which are allocated by the prom. So, in a sense the physical
87 * available is a calculation of the total physical minus the physical mapped
88 * by the prom with virtual mappings.
89 *
90 * These lists are returned pre-sorted, this should make your life easier
91 * since the prom itself is way too lazy to do such nice things.
92 */
93 extern struct linux_mem_v0 *prom_meminfo(void);
95 /* Miscellaneous routines, don't really fit in any category per se. */
97 /* Reboot the machine with the command line passed. */
98 extern void prom_reboot(char *boot_command);
100 /* Evaluate the forth string passed. */
101 extern void prom_feval(char *forth_string);
103 /* Enter the prom, with possibility of continuation with the 'go'
104 * command in newer proms.
105 */
106 extern void prom_cmdline(void);
108 /* Enter the prom, with no chance of continuation for the stand-alone
109 * which calls this.
110 */
111 extern void prom_halt(void);
113 /* Set the PROM 'sync' callback function to the passed function pointer.
114 * When the user gives the 'sync' command at the prom prompt while the
115 * kernel is still active, the prom will call this routine.
116 *
117 * XXX The arguments are different on V0 vs. V2->higher proms, grrr! XXX
118 */
119 typedef void (*sync_func_t)(void);
120 extern void prom_setsync(sync_func_t func_ptr);
122 /* Acquire the IDPROM of the root node in the prom device tree. This
123 * gets passed a buffer where you would like it stuffed. The return value
124 * is the format type of this idprom or 0xff on error.
125 */
126 extern unsigned char prom_get_idprom(char *idp_buffer, int idpbuf_size);
128 /* Get the prom major version. */
129 extern int prom_version(void);
131 /* Get the prom plugin revision. */
132 extern int prom_getrev(void);
134 /* Get the prom firmware revision. */
135 extern int prom_getprev(void);
137 /* Character operations to/from the console.... */
139 /* Non-blocking get character from console. */
140 extern int prom_nbgetchar(void);
142 /* Non-blocking put character to console. */
143 extern int prom_nbputchar(char character);
145 /* Blocking get character from console. */
146 extern char prom_getchar(void);
148 /* Blocking put character to console. */
149 extern void prom_putchar(char character);
151 /* Prom's internal printf routine, don't use in kernel/boot code. */
152 void prom_printf(char *fmt, ...);
154 /* Query for input device type */
156 enum prom_input_device {
157 PROMDEV_IKBD, /* input from keyboard */
158 PROMDEV_ITTYA, /* input from ttya */
159 PROMDEV_ITTYB, /* input from ttyb */
160 PROMDEV_I_UNK,
161 };
163 extern enum prom_input_device prom_query_input_device(void);
165 /* Query for output device type */
167 enum prom_output_device {
168 PROMDEV_OSCREEN, /* to screen */
169 PROMDEV_OTTYA, /* to ttya */
170 PROMDEV_OTTYB, /* to ttyb */
171 PROMDEV_O_UNK,
172 };
174 extern enum prom_output_device prom_query_output_device(void);
176 /* Multiprocessor operations... */
178 /* Start the CPU with the given device tree node, context table, and context
179 * at the passed program counter.
180 */
181 extern int prom_startcpu(int cpunode, struct linux_prom_registers *context_table,
182 int context, char *program_counter);
184 /* Stop the CPU with the passed device tree node. */
185 extern int prom_stopcpu(int cpunode);
187 /* Idle the CPU with the passed device tree node. */
188 extern int prom_idlecpu(int cpunode);
190 /* Re-Start the CPU with the passed device tree node. */
191 extern int prom_restartcpu(int cpunode);
193 /* PROM memory allocation facilities... */
195 /* Allocated at possibly the given virtual address a chunk of the
196 * indicated size.
197 */
198 extern char *prom_alloc(char *virt_hint, unsigned int size);
200 /* Free a previously allocated chunk. */
201 extern void prom_free(char *virt_addr, unsigned int size);
203 /* Sun4/sun4c specific memory-management startup hook. */
205 /* Map the passed segment in the given context at the passed
206 * virtual address.
207 */
208 extern void prom_putsegment(int context, unsigned long virt_addr,
209 int physical_segment);
211 /* PROM device tree traversal functions... */
213 /* Get the child node of the given node, or zero if no child exists. */
214 extern int prom_getchild(int parent_node);
216 /* Get the next sibling node of the given node, or zero if no further
217 * siblings exist.
218 */
219 extern int prom_getsibling(int node);
221 /* Get the length, at the passed node, of the given property type.
222 * Returns -1 on error (ie. no such property at this node).
223 */
224 extern int prom_getproplen(int thisnode, char *property);
226 /* Fetch the requested property using the given buffer. Returns
227 * the number of bytes the prom put into your buffer or -1 on error.
228 */
229 extern int prom_getproperty(int thisnode, char *property,
230 char *prop_buffer, int propbuf_size);
232 /* Acquire an integer property. */
233 extern int prom_getint(int node, char *property);
235 /* Acquire an integer property, with a default value. */
236 extern int prom_getintdefault(int node, char *property, int defval);
238 /* Acquire a boolean property, 0=FALSE 1=TRUE. */
239 extern int prom_getbool(int node, char *prop);
241 /* Acquire a string property, null string on error. */
242 extern void prom_getstring(int node, char *prop, char *buf, int bufsize);
244 /* Does the passed node have the given "name"? YES=1 NO=0 */
245 extern int prom_nodematch(int thisnode, char *name);
247 /* Search all siblings starting at the passed node for "name" matching
248 * the given string. Returns the node on success, zero on failure.
249 */
250 extern int prom_searchsiblings(int node_start, char *name);
252 /* Return the first property type, as a string, for the given node.
253 * Returns a null string on error.
254 */
255 extern char *prom_firstprop(int node);
257 /* Returns the next property after the passed property for the given
258 * node. Returns null string on failure.
259 */
260 extern char *prom_nextprop(int node, char *prev_property);
262 /* Returns 1 if the specified node has given property. */
263 extern int prom_node_has_property(int node, char *property);
265 /* Set the indicated property at the given node with the passed value.
266 * Returns the number of bytes of your value that the prom took.
267 */
268 extern int prom_setprop(int node, char *prop_name, char *prop_value,
269 int value_size);
271 extern int prom_pathtoinode(char *path);
272 extern int prom_inst2pkg(int);
274 /* Dorking with Bus ranges... */
276 /* Adjust reg values with the passed ranges. */
277 extern void prom_adjust_regs(struct linux_prom_registers *regp, int nregs,
278 struct linux_prom_ranges *rangep, int nranges);
280 /* Adjust child ranges with the passed parent ranges. */
281 extern void prom_adjust_ranges(struct linux_prom_ranges *cranges, int ncranges,
282 struct linux_prom_ranges *pranges, int npranges);
284 /* Apply promlib probed OBIO ranges to registers. */
285 extern void prom_apply_obio_ranges(struct linux_prom_registers *obioregs, int nregs);
287 /* Apply ranges of any prom node (and optionally parent node as well) to registers. */
288 extern void prom_apply_generic_ranges(int node, int parent,
289 struct linux_prom_registers *sbusregs, int nregs);
292 #endif /* !(__SPARC_OPLIB_H) */