pci: Arch hook to determine config space size

Benjamin Herrenschmidt benh at kernel.crashing.org
Thu Feb 3 11:23:35 EST 2005

On Wed, 2005-02-02 at 11:05 +0100, Arnd Bergmann wrote:

> How about something along the lines of this patch? Instead of adding a
> pointer to the pci data from the device node, it embeds the node inside
> a new struct pci_device_node. The patch is not complete and therefore
> not expected to work as is, but maybe you want to reuse it.
> The interesting part that is missing is creating and destroying 
> pci_device_nodes in prom.c, maybe you have an idea how to do that.
> I'm also not sure about eeh. Are the eeh functions known to be called
> only for device_nodes of PCI devices? If not, eeh_mode and 
> eeh_config_addr might have to stay inside of device_node.

I'd rather not go that way for now. There are at least PCI and VIO
devices concerned by this, and maybe more (depending on how I deal
with macio devices for example). We also want, ultimately, to have
the DMA routines be function pointers in this auxilliary structure.


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