[linux-yocto] [PATCH 00/18] Re-submit upgrades to the lsi 3.10 axxia

Darren Hart dvhart at linux.intel.com
Wed Feb 19 11:42:41 PST 2014

On 2/18/14, 9:26, "Charlie Paul" <cpaul.windriver at gmail.com> wrote:

>The patch is the resubmittal of the upgrades to AXXIA, specifically in
>the arm and powerpc realm
>Anders Berg (4):
>  arm: mmu: Fix truncated 40-bit physaddr (LPAE)
>  axxia: Fixed earlyprintk
>  arm/mach-axxia: Same build for HW and simlation.
>  i2c-axxia: Support I2C_M_RECV_LEN
>Charlie Paul (2):
>  arch/arm/mach-axxia: fixed the split print statement
>  arm: mmu: cleanup as per checkpatch
>David Mercado (1):
>  LSI AXM55XX: Add PMU support
>John Jacques (5):
>  arch/arm/mach-axxia: Added Clocks to the Device Tree for AXM55xx
>    Emulation
>  arch/arm/mach-axxia: Support for DDR Retention Resets
>  arch/powerpc: backport of mpic
>  arch/arm/axxia: Updated Device Trees for LSI Axxia Simulation
>  axxia: Remove Wrapper Functions
>SangeethaRao (6):
>  driver/usb/host: ehci controller halt function
>  arch/powerpc: Checking in correct USB entries to ACP3421 DTS
>  arch/powerpc: Added PCIe driver support for ACP35xx
>  arch/powerpc: Replace printk with pr_ functions
>  arm/mach-axxia: Updated PCIe driver to set PCIe BASE_ADDR1 register
>  arch/arm/mach-axxia: added support for ncr_read/ncr_write() to access
>    PCIe/SRIO SerDes Config in 0x115 node

Are these patches backports from mainline? If so, they are lacking the
upstream commit Ids. If not, to which branch did you want these patches to
be applied? Is there a strategy in place to get these upstream so they do
not have to be maintained here?

Darren Hart
Yocto Project - Linux Kernel
Intel Open Source Technology Center

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