On Thu, Sep 19, 2019 at 1:05 AM Martin Roth <martinroth(a)google.com> wrote:
My proposal is to drop platforms that aren't being tested, aren't
being maintained, or are causing serious problems with general
- ASUS KGPE-d16 is still being used and tested, so I wouldn't suggest
dropping that code, even though it apparently doesn't support S3, so
it was suggested that we drop it. S3 isn't used heavily on servers,
so personally I don't think it matters.
Nothing to do with S3 for asus/kgpe-d16 deprecation.
Platform code (non-AGESA) fam10-15 does not meet 3 of the 3 announced
requirements for next release. Should someone want to maintain
kgpe-d16 on master branch, the decisions on those release requirements
will need to be officially withdrawn. AFAICS, that platform codebase
even suffers from cache coherency issues while executing from
cache-as-ram; there has been indications that increased spinlock usage
in romstage causes boot failures and/or reset loops.
Implementation of HyperTransport requires maintaining some pretty
strange (or poor-quality) code for both static devicetree and PCI