Revert "dpaa2-eth: configure the cache stashing amount on a queue"
This reverts commit f8b995853444aba9c16c1ccdccdd397527fde96d.
The reverted change instructed the QMan hardware block to fetch
RX frame annotation and beginning of frame data to cache before
the core would read them.
It turns out that in rare cases, it's possible that a QMan
stashing transaction is delayed long enough such that, by the time
it gets executed, the frame in question had already been dequeued
by the core and software processing began on it. If the core
manages to unmap the frame buffer _before_ the stashing transaction
is executed, an SMMU exception will be raised.
Unfortunately there is no easy way to work around this while keeping
the performance advantages brought by QMan stashing, so disable
Signed-off-by: Ioana Radulescu <email@example.com>
Signed-off-by: David S. Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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