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#ifndef __PARISC_LDCW_H
#define __PARISC_LDCW_H
#ifndef CONFIG_PA20
/* Because kmalloc only guarantees 8-byte alignment for kmalloc'd data,
and GCC only guarantees 8-byte alignment for stack locals, we can't
be assured of 16-byte alignment for atomic lock data even if we
specify "__attribute ((aligned(16)))" in the type declaration. So,
we use a struct containing an array of four ints for the atomic lock
type and dynamically select the 16-byte aligned int from the array
for the semaphore. */
#define __PA_LDCW_ALIGNMENT 16
#define __ldcw_align(a) ({ \
unsigned long __ret = (unsigned long) &(a)->lock[0]; \
__ret = (__ret + __PA_LDCW_ALIGNMENT - 1) \
& ~(__PA_LDCW_ALIGNMENT - 1); \
(volatile unsigned int *) __ret; \
#define __LDCW "ldcw"
#else /*CONFIG_PA20*/
/* From: "Jim Hull" <jim.hull of>
I've attached a summary of the change, but basically, for PA 2.0, as
long as the ",CO" (coherent operation) completer is specified, then the
16-byte alignment requirement for ldcw and ldcd is relaxed, and instead
they only require "natural" alignment (4-byte for ldcw, 8-byte for
ldcd). */
#define __ldcw_align(a) (&(a)->slock)
#define __LDCW "ldcw,co"
#endif /*!CONFIG_PA20*/
/* LDCW, the only atomic read-write operation PA-RISC has. *sigh*. */
#define __ldcw(a) ({ \
unsigned __ret; \
__asm__ __volatile__(__LDCW " 0(%2),%0" \
: "=r" (__ret), "+m" (*(a)) : "r" (a)); \
__ret; \
# define __lock_aligned __attribute__((__section__(".data..lock_aligned")))
#endif /* __PARISC_LDCW_H */