Abolish per-CPU RTAS args

David Gibson david at gibson.dropbear.id.au
Fri Jun 25 14:53:10 EST 2004

On Wed, Jun 23, 2004 at 06:05:25PM -0500, Joel Schopp wrote:
> >Currently we store RTAS arguments in the PACA.  The args have to be in
> >the RMO, but since we have a global spinlock for RTAS anyway, there's
> >no reason to have a separate copy of the args per-CPU.  This patch
> >replaces the PACA field with a single instance in the global rtas
> >structure.
> To get this patch to compile I had to add the attached patch, which
> fixes some more implicit includes of rtas.h. If you know how to get
> mozilla mail to inline files instead of attaching them please let me
> know.

Sorry for the delay - I've been out sick the last couple of days.

I would have missed those files because I wasn't compiling them with
my config.  I've folded your patch into mine.

> Will test the combined patch soon.

Any word on this?

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