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Re: [Xen-devel] [PATCH] hvmloader / qemu-xen: Getting rid of resource conflict for OpRegion.

>> >> My impression from Ian's feedback is that the patch cannot be
>> accepted
>> >> before the concern being resolved.
>> >> (Let alone the existing code in the tree has already open a hole
>> >> (first 18 bytes in my example))
>> >> And you mentioned that such info can be obtained from my host bios.
>> >> I've dumped the ACPI table from my host system and had it
>> disassembled
>> >> by iasl.
>> >> But I lack of the knowledge to interpret the content.
>> >> Could you lend me a hand in case that's a trivial task for you?
>> >> You can find the DSDT.dsl file attached in my previous mail (@2012-
>> 12-
>> >> 23).
>> >
>> > Sure I can take a look. Can you send me a dump of your e820 map on the
>> > system in question (and an lspci dump while you are at it)? Also I
>> think
>> > you may have mentioned it but what base address is the ASLS register
>> > reporting?
>> First of all, are you asking for the guest or the host? Host, I guess?
>> I'm not sure how to dump the e820 map.
>> Previously I used acpidump to get acpitables and use iasl to disassemble
>> them.
>> Are you talking about the same work flow?
> Host. The easiest way to get it is if you can get serial output from Xen
> which should report it early on. Or your kernel may report it; mine does
> and I can get it via dmesg (traced as "Xen-provided memory map").
> For PCI I just wanted the output from lspci (e.g. lspci -v and lspci -xxx).

This shoud be the OpRegion base: cd996018 is the host address.
igd_write_opregion: Map OpRegion: cd996018 -> feff4018

Other info are available in the attachment, including pci info && the
xl dmesg log (for e820 map).


Attachment: opregion.dbg.tar.gz
Description: GNU Zip compressed data

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