Re: [PATCH] qemu-kvm: Flush icache after dma operations for ia64

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Jes Sorensen wrote:

Trying once more. After spending a couple of hours trying to follow
the QEMU dma codeflow, I have convinced myself Avi is right and those
two functions don't need to do the flushing as they all end up calling
dma_bdrv_cb() which calls dma_brdv_unmap(). I have added a couple
comments to the code, which will hopefully save the next person the
'pleasure' of trying to figure out this too.

It looks right to me.  Xiantao?

                 access_len -= l;
-            }
+	    }
+	    dma_flush_range((unsigned long)buffer,
+			    (unsigned long)buffer + flush_len);

Detab your code, please.

error compiling committee.c: too many arguments to function

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