cvs commit: src/sys/alpha/alpha mem.c src/sys/alpha/conf
GENERIC src/sys/alpha/include memdev.h src/sys/amd64/amd64 io.c mem.c
src/sys/amd64/conf GENERIC NOTES src/sys/amd64/include iodev.h memdev.h
src/sys/conf NOTES files files.alpha files.amd64 ...
des at des.no
Mon Aug 2 08:18:07 PDT 2004
Mark Murray <markm at FreeBSD.org> writes:
> Break out the MI part of the /dev/[k]mem and /dev/io drivers into
> their own directory and module, leaving the MD parts in the MD
> area (the MD parts _are_ part of the modules). /dev/mem and /dev/io
> are now loadable modules, thus taking us one step further towards
> a kernel created entirely out of modules. Of course, there is nothing
> preventing the kernel from having these statically compiled.
OK, there's one problem with this commit: mem_range_AP_init() is
defined in mem.c, but referenced in mp_machdep.c (and nowhere else).
Therefore, you can't build an i386 or amd64 SMP kernel without 'device
mem'. I believe that simply moving mem_range_AP_init() to a different
file (perhaps machdep.c?) should fix this.
Dag-Erling Smørgrav - des at des.no
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