Re: i386 very early memory detection cleanup patch breaks the build

From: James Bottomley
Date: Sat Mar 13 2004 - 17:12:58 EST

On Sat, 2004-03-13 at 16:43, H. Peter Anvin wrote:
> Could you perhaps describe which architecture this is a problem on, and
> what its entry condition looks like?

This is the Voyager architecture (mach-voyager)

> I removed it because I removed the VISWS dependency, thus making it
> redundant. What you seem to be saying is that the dependency should
> have been on SMP not X86_SMP; if that's the issue then please make it so.
> I think you just needed to apply your own rule to the above statement.

If you mean the dependency should be

depends X86_SMP || (VOYAGER && SMP)

Then yes, I'm happy with that.

I'm still debugging the boot time failure. As far as I can tell it
looks like ioremap is failing (this is after paging_init); does this
trigger any associations?



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