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Re: [Xen-devel] [v6][PATCH 2/2] xen:vtd: missing RMRR mapping while share EPT

>>> On 12.09.14 at 08:38, <tiejun.chen@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 2014/9/3 17:54, Jan Beulich wrote:
>>>>> On 03.09.14 at 11:41, <tiejun.chen@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>>> Additionally, I want to know if patch v6 is fine to be acked.
>>>> My position hasn't changed: I view this as correct but incomplete,
>>>> and hence not ready for inclusion. With - iirc - Tim being of a
>>>> different opinion, if you want to push for a decision without
>>>> supplying the missing pieces, see the section "Conflict Resolution"
>>>> on http://www.xenproject.org/governance.html. But of course
>>>> I'd much prefer to avoid having to fall back to this, and instead
>>>> have a complete patch set to commit within reasonable time.
>>> Looks I can't make my RFC patches to implement a complete RMRR
>>> supporting better as you pointed while reviewing, so I have to go back
>>> looking at this.
>> Please just give me a little time to hand you a replacement patch on
>> which you could then base the rest of your series. But please also
>> realize that this isn't my top priority.
>> Jan
>>> So how can I issue such a private vote on these two patches? I don't see
>>> How-to in the section "Conflict Resolution" on
>>> http://www.xenproject.org/governance.html.
> Jan,
> I have to admit its really hard to push this RMRR RFC with my 
> experiences and skills. Currently every new revision doesn't minimize 
> all previous comments. Instead, it always brings more comments or 
> arguments. So I don't think myself can do this very well in Xen side.
> So I still hope we can issue such a vote on these two patches if possible.

Lars, how would we go about this?

> Once I have enough capability to cover this I can go back or other guys 
> may do really better than me.

I already helped you with the first patch. Did you ask the VT-d
maintainers for help with the rest?


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