On Thu, 10 May 2001, Maciej W. Rozycki wrote:
> On Wed, 9 May 2001, Jun Sun wrote:
> > The PCI IO space essentially extends the ISA bus, which effectively removes
> > the 0xffff limits.
> Note that while there is usually no problem with using addresses beyond
> 64kB in the PCI I/O space, certain PCI-to-PCI bridges may not pass such
> accesses across. So it's best to avoid assigning and using them. That's
> why Linux remaps "high" I/O space resources on Alpha, which get set up for
> some systems by the SRM console (firmware), e.g. in the system I was using
> a few years ago, SRM used to assign addresses around 0x11000 and 0x12000
> for the onboard network and SCSI devices, IIRC.
Shouldn't that be reflected in the bridge's bus resources (pci_bus.resource)?
Then the PCI resource validation/assignment code will (re)assign them when
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