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Re: PCI Domains
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On Feb 8, 2010, at 3:36 PM, Jonathan A. Kollasch wrote:
On Mon, Feb 08, 2010 at 04:04:38PM -0300, Cesar Catrian Carreño wrote:
The pciaccess library sets all domains in 0 for NetBSD. This
used by modular-xorg-server. By now, DRI in -current is broken for
Are you talking about Xorg from pkgsrc? The libpciaccess that ships
with -current doesn't do that anymore for quite some time now.
The commands pcictl(8) and lspci(8) show different output in this
lspci doesn't use libpciaccess. it uses libpciutils.
Yeah, nothing outside /usr/X11R7/ or maybe /usr/pkg/ uses libpciaccess.
$ pcictl pci1 list
001:00:0: ATI Technologies Radeon 8500 QL (VGA display)
$ lspci -D | grep VGA
0000:01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: ATI Technologies Inc Radeon
R200 QL [Radeon 8500 LE]
That output looks consistent enough for x86.
Nothing inconsistent here.
What's the status for mapping PCI Domains for -current?
What port are you on?
Doesn't really matter - we support something analogous on all ports.
Since userland has no sane way to determine the relationship between
two given PCI buses we throw each bus into its own domain - it only
makes a difference if you want to access IO space belonging to a
specific bus but on x86 that's a non-issue and most non-x86 machines
seem to prefer memory mapped IO as well.
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