Merge tag 'parisc-for-6.2-1' of git://

Pull parisc updates from Helge Deller:
 "There is one noteable patch, which allows the parisc kernel to use the
  same MADV_xxx constants as the other architectures going forward. With
  that change only alpha has one entry left (MADV_DONTNEED is 6 vs 4 on
  others) which is different. To prevent an ABI breakage, a wrapper is
  included which translates old MADV values to the new ones, so existing
  userspace isn't affected. Reason for that patch is, that some
  applications wrongly used the standard MADV_xxx values even on some
  non-x86 platforms and as such those programs failed to run correctly
  on parisc (examples are qemu-user, tor browser and boringssl).

  Then the kgdb console and the LED code received some fixes, and some
  0-day warnings are now gone. Finally, the very last compile warning
  which was visible during a kernel build is now fixed too (in the vDSO

  The majority of the patches are tagged for stable series and in
  summary this patchset is quite small and drops more code than it adds:

   - Fix potential null-ptr-deref in start_task()
   - Fix kgdb console on serial port
   - Add missing FORCE prerequisites in Makefile
   - Drop PMD_SHIFT from calculation in pgtable.h

   - Implement a wrapper to align madvise() MADV_* constants with other
   - If machine supports running MPE/XL, show the MPE model string

   - Drop duplicate kgdb console code
   - Indenting fixes in setup_cmdline()"

* tag 'parisc-for-6.2-1' of git://
  parisc: Show MPE/iX model string at bootup
  parisc: Add missing FORCE prerequisites in Makefile
  parisc: Move pdc_result struct to firmware.c
  parisc: Drop locking in pdc console code
  parisc: Drop duplicate kgdb_pdc console
  parisc: Fix locking in pdc_iodc_print() firmware call
  parisc: Drop PMD_SHIFT from calculation in pgtable.h
  parisc: Align parisc MADV_XXX constants with all other architectures
  parisc: led: Fix potential null-ptr-deref in start_task()
  parisc: Fix inconsistent indenting in setup_cmdline()