On Mon, June 22, 2015 9:11 am, Michael S. Tsirkin wrote:
On Mon, Jun 22, 2015 at 11:45:31AM +0200, Paolo
On 22/06/2015 10:43, Michael S. Tsirkin wrote:
Given that support is known to be partial, would
it make sense
to keep it disabled by default for 2.4?
What is partial about it?
Ow, looks like I didn't send out the response to the patch itself.
In fact, considering that q35 behavior is
still experimental it makes no sense to even make it conditional.
I agree to this, though an option to disable seems useful for debugging,
so I'm glad that Paulo implemented it. It's probably not strictly
required to disable for old machine types, but why not.
discussed this on IRC and I was hoping to hear you reply "sorry, I was
wrong". Instead, I get this.
Michael, I'm seriously getting annoyed by this behavior. Stop scaring
Doing my best here, but I do think we need to be careful about merging
things at this stage to avoid delaying the release.
> > This way in 2.5 we won't need to add more flags to stay bug
I have seen no use other than watchdog functionality of TCO. The reason I
wrote it was because I was working on an internal project that needed TCO
to generate SMI so that my registered SW SMI handler in firmware would get
executed. If, at that time, I had it supported on QEMU that would
certainly have saved a lot of time instead testing it on bare hardware :-)
Given that, I think it's OK for me to enable it by default on pc-q35-2.4
Paulo Alcantara, C.E.S.A.R
Speaking for myself only.