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authorAnthony Liguori <aliguori@us.ibm.com>2009-08-10 17:07:24 -0500
committerAnthony Liguori <aliguori@us.ibm.com>2009-08-24 08:02:55 -0500
commit4a1418e07bdcfaa3177739e04707ecaec75d89e1 (patch)
treea68b7017b184850330000afa416d4ed419bb736a /cpu-exec.c
parentAdd a configure switch to enable / disable all user targets. I felt compelled... (diff)
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Unbreak large mem support by removing kqemu
kqemu introduces a number of restrictions on the i386 target. The worst is that it prevents large memory from working in the default build. Furthermore, kqemu is fundamentally flawed in a number of ways. It relies on the TSC as a time source which will not be reliable on a multiple processor system in userspace. Since most modern processors are multicore, this severely limits the utility of kqemu. kvm is a viable alternative for people looking to accelerate qemu and has the benefit of being supported by the upstream Linux kernel. If someone can implement work arounds to remove the restrictions introduced by kqemu, I'm happy to avoid and/or revert this patch. N.B. kqemu will still function in the 0.11 series but this patch removes it from the 0.12 series. Paul, please Ack or Nack this patch. Signed-off-by: Anthony Liguori <aliguori@us.ibm.com>
Diffstat (limited to 'cpu-exec.c')
-rw-r--r--cpu-exec.c38
1 files changed, 1 insertions, 37 deletions
diff --git a/cpu-exec.c b/cpu-exec.c
index 2b74aeecf..17fe97259 100644
--- a/cpu-exec.c
+++ b/cpu-exec.c
@@ -321,31 +321,6 @@ int cpu_exec(CPUState *env1)
}
env->exception_index = -1;
}
-#ifdef CONFIG_KQEMU
- if (kqemu_is_ok(env) && env->interrupt_request == 0 && env->exit_request == 0) {
- int ret;
- env->eflags = env->eflags | helper_cc_compute_all(CC_OP) | (DF & DF_MASK);
- ret = kqemu_cpu_exec(env);
- /* put eflags in CPU temporary format */
- CC_SRC = env->eflags & (CC_O | CC_S | CC_Z | CC_A | CC_P | CC_C);
- DF = 1 - (2 * ((env->eflags >> 10) & 1));
- CC_OP = CC_OP_EFLAGS;
- env->eflags &= ~(DF_MASK | CC_O | CC_S | CC_Z | CC_A | CC_P | CC_C);
- if (ret == 1) {
- /* exception */
- longjmp(env->jmp_env, 1);
- } else if (ret == 2) {
- /* softmmu execution needed */
- } else {
- if (env->interrupt_request != 0 || env->exit_request != 0) {
- /* hardware interrupt will be executed just after */
- } else {
- /* otherwise, we restart */
- longjmp(env->jmp_env, 1);
- }
- }
- }
-#endif
if (kvm_enabled()) {
kvm_cpu_exec(env);
@@ -620,11 +595,7 @@ int cpu_exec(CPUState *env1)
spans two pages, we cannot safely do a direct
jump. */
{
- if (next_tb != 0 &&
-#ifdef CONFIG_KQEMU
- (env->kqemu_enabled != 2) &&
-#endif
- tb->page_addr[1] == -1) {
+ if (next_tb != 0 && tb->page_addr[1] == -1) {
tb_add_jump((TranslationBlock *)(next_tb & ~3), next_tb & 3, tb);
}
}
@@ -678,13 +649,6 @@ int cpu_exec(CPUState *env1)
}
/* reset soft MMU for next block (it can currently
only be set by a memory fault) */
-#if defined(CONFIG_KQEMU)
-#define MIN_CYCLE_BEFORE_SWITCH (100 * 1000)
- if (kqemu_is_ok(env) &&
- (cpu_get_time_fast() - env->last_io_time) >= MIN_CYCLE_BEFORE_SWITCH) {
- cpu_loop_exit();
- }
-#endif
} /* for(;;) */
} else {
env_to_regs();