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355b1943 04/05/2010 02:28 am Paul Brook

Split TLB addend and target_phys_addr_t

Historically the qemu tlb "addend" field was used for both RAM and IO accesses,
so needed to be able to hold both host addresses (unsigned long) and guest
physical addresses (target_phys_addr_t). However since the introduction of...

c227f099 10/02/2009 12:12 am Anthony Liguori

Revert "Get rid of _t suffix"

In the very least, a change like this requires discussion on the list.

The naming convention is goofy and it causes a massive merge problem. Something
like this must be presented on the list first so people can provide input...

99a0949b 10/01/2009 09:45 pm malc

Get rid of _t suffix

Some not so obvious bits, slirp and Xen were left alone for the time
being.

Signed-off-by: malc <>

9fa06385 05/28/2009 10:14 am Jan Kiszka

kvm: Mark full address range dirty on live migration start

As Avi correctly noted, last_ram_offset does not mark the last physical
RAM address the guest may see (due to non-continuous memory regions).
Ensure that we catch them all by marking the full possible address range...

1ad2134f 05/19/2009 06:17 pm Paul Brook

Hardware convenience library

The only target dependency for most hardware is sizeof(target_phys_addr_t).
Build these files into a convenience library, and use that instead of
building for every target.

Remove and poison various target specific macros to avoid bogus target...