Commit "032e70d [misc] intel: support for Intel Cougar Point Chipset"
missed the corresponding -xen file when patching irq[-xen].c. Since the
same update is needed there, this patch adds it in (along with its
whitespace problem -- for diff sake).
Also missing hunks from fabba497, ed2d6dfb, and f803151f which I see match upstream's dom0 kernel. Will include those in this patch as well for a full irq[-xen].c synch.
Can you confirm that the irq-xen.c hunks from the commits listed on comment 1 should also be added?
All commits should be added. 3f529aa is also missing.
Moving to 5.7 and reassigning.
The following list includes all of the above, and more.
utc commit one-liner
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2007-04-04 15:52:29 ed2d6dfb ICH9 device IDs
2007-10-15 14:57:18 3f529aa6 [misc] Intel Tolapai SATA and I2C support
2007-10-31 01:58:31 fabba497 patch: 220.127.116.11
2008-02-06 22:40:48 f803151f [misc] ICH10 device IDs
2010-06-21 22:31:30 032e70d [misc] intel: support for Intel Cougar Point Chipset
2010-11-19 01:40:52 acc2373 [misc] x86/PCI irq and pci_ids for Intel Patsburg Devices
2010-11-19 01:40:53 32e53e3 [misc] pci: update Intel Patsburg defines
2010-11-19 01:40:55 111167c [misc] another LPC Controller ID for Intel Patsburg PCH
Created attachment 462755 [details]
sync "irq-xen.c" with "irq.c"
Ported to upstream as well:
upstream c/s 1056:dc1d2d3da95f:
This request was evaluated by Red Hat Product Management for inclusion in a Red
Hat Enterprise Linux maintenance release. Product Management has requested
further review of this request by Red Hat Engineering, for potential
inclusion in a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Update release for currently deployed
products. This request is not yet committed for inclusion in an Update
You can download this test kernel (or newer) from http://people.redhat.com/jwilson/el5
Detailed testing feedback is always welcomed.
Do you have any tips on how to do QA over this bug?
Since we have done functional testings for xen with kernel-xen versions newer than -243,and have found no regression due to the patch, would merely sanity checking be OK for this?
If you think it's not enough, please provide us with hardware details and steps to reproduce the problem the patch fixes.
(In reply to comment #11)
> Do you have any tips on how to do QA over this bug?
> Since we have done functional testings for xen with kernel-xen versions newer
> than -243,and have found no regression due to the patch, would merely sanity
> checking be OK for this?
> If you think it's not enough, please provide us with hardware details and
> steps to reproduce the problem the patch fixes.
In comment 4 I collected the "bare-metal commits" that this bug/patch synchronizes kernel-xen with. Here's another table, associating BZ's with those commits:
BZ commit comment
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bug 223097 ed2d6df Patch to support Intel ICH9 southbridge
bug 251086 3f529aa Intel Tolapai SATA and I2C(SMBUS) support
no idea fabba49 "patch: 18.104.22.168", could affect anything with VIA586
bug 251083 f803151 ICH10 southbridge
bug 566854 032e70d support for Intel Cougar Point Chipset
bug 570868 acc2373 Intel Patsburg Devices
32e53e3 update Intel Patsburg defines
111167c another LPC Controller ID for Intel Patsburg PCH
I think if you'd want to be extra careful, you could look at the individual BZ's for exact hardware models and test methods, and repeat them in dom0 (they should have been on QA at some point).
Lacking the hardware listed in the shortdescs above, I could only build & boot-test this patch.
We can boot and test on ICH9 and ICH10, but we do not have the other listed hardware.
Hello Seth, can we get your help to test this on Cougar Point and Patsburg, and even VIA586 and Tolapai?
Xen works on Patsburg according to what Seth Heasley said in a mail.
Only got a reply from Seth Heasley from Intel about Xen working on Patsburg. No results for the other hardware: Cougar Point, VIA586, Tolapai.
According to our test results for recent builds of kernel-xen, this is not causing a serious problem. I'm marking this Verified:SanitiOnly.
An advisory has been issued which should help the problem
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