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Date:	Mon, 12 Nov 2007 13:47:19 +0530
From:	Amit Shah <>
	Glauber de Oliveira Costa <>
Subject: Re: [kvm-devel] [PATCH 0/24] paravirt_ops for unified x86 - that's me again!

On Saturday 10 November 2007 00:12:41 Glauber de Oliveira Costa wrote:
> Hey folks,
> Here's a new spin of the pvops64 patch series.
> We didn't get that many comments from the last time,
> so it should be probably almost ready to get in. Heya!
> >From the last version, the most notable changes are:
> * consolidation of system.h, merging jeremy's comments about ordering
>   concerns
> * consolidation of smp functions that goes through smp_ops. They're sharing
>   a bunch of code now.
> Other than that, just some issues that arose from the rebase.
> Please, not that this patch series _does not_ apply over linus git anymore,
> but rather, over tglx cleanup series.
> The first patch in this series is already on linus', but not on tglx', so
> I'm sending it again, because you'll need it if you want to compile it
> anyway.
> tglx, in the absense of any outstanding NACKs, or any very big call for
> improvements, could you please pull it in your tree?
> Have fun,

Glauber, are you planning on consolidating the dma_ops structure for 32- and 
64-bit? 32-bit doesn't currently have a dma_mapping_ops structure, which 
makes paravirtualizing DMA access difficult on 32-bit.
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