ia64/xen-unstable

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[IA64] set itv handoff as masked and enable reading irr[0-3]

Set initial vcpu itv handoff state to mask the timer vector.
This seems to match hardware and makes logical sense from a
spurious interrupt perspective. Enable vcpu_get_irr[0-3]
functions as they seem to work and have the proper backing.
This enables the check_sal_cache_flush() in arch/ia64/kernel.sal.c
to work unmodified, allowing us to remove the Xen changes from
the file (and thus the file from the sparse tree).

Signed-off-by: Alex Williamson <alex.williamson@hp.com>
author awilliam@xenbuild.aw
date Tue Apr 04 09:39:45 2006 -0600 (2006-04-04)
parents d5368f7fda5d
children
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1 xen-bugtool
2 ===========
4 The xen-bugtool command line application will collate the Xen dmesg output,
5 details of the hardware configuration of your machine, information about the
6 build of Xen that you are using, plus, if you allow it, various logs.
8 The information collated can either be posted to a Xen Bugzilla bug (this bug
9 must already exist in the system, and you must be a registered user there), or
10 it can be saved as a .tar.bz2 for sending or archiving.
12 The collated logs may contain private information, and if you are at all
13 worried about that, you should not use this tool, or you should explicitly
14 exclude those logs from the archive.
16 xen-bugtool is wholly interactive, so simply run it, and answer the questions.