[PATCH 0/2] spi: fsi: Reduce max transfer size to 8 bytes

Mark Brown broonie at kernel.org
Tue Jul 20 04:00:21 AEST 2021

On Fri, 16 Jul 2021 08:39:13 -0500, Eddie James wrote:
> The security restrictions on the FSI-attached SPI controllers have
> been applied universally to all controllers, so the controller can no
> longer transfer more than 8 bytes for one transfer. Refactor the driver
> to remove the looping and support for larger transfers, and remove the
> "restricted" compatible string, as all the controllers are now
> considered restricted.
> [...]

Applied to

   https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/broonie/spi.git for-next


[1/2] spi: fsi: Reduce max transfer size to 8 bytes
      commit: 34d34a56a5ea1e54a5af4f34c6ac9df724129351
[2/2] dt-bindings: fsi: Remove ibm,fsi2spi-restricted compatible
      commit: 2b2d4dfca4e7cb6de70985b1579a6c08c027b8c9

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