On Saturday 08 November 2008, Alexander Motin wrote:
> Hans Petter Selasky wrote:
> > http://perforce.freebsd.org/chv.cgi?CH=152649
> >
> > Change 152649 by hselasky@hselasky_laptop001 on 2008/11/08 09:09:50
> >
> >
> > Fix a serious BUSDMA bug: The initial virtual page offset is
> > not retained on the bounce pages, which is what the EHCI and
> > the OHCI expects.

> I'm sorry, but are you sure with this? If bounce page will have the same
> page offset as original data, then how bus_dma_tag_create()'s alignment
> parameter expected to work? What if data are misaligned, but hardware
> require alignment?


I'm not saying that my patch is fully correct for all cases, but at least it
solves the USB case. USB uses an alignment of 1-byte for data.

Probably someone needs to sit down a think this through. Like it is now, it is
very scary with regard to USB!

Maybe it is time to create a new busdma tag flag? BUS_DMA_NOREALIGN?

If this flag is set, busdma should refuse to load the memory if the memory is
not aligned already to the given aligment in the DMA tag ?

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