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diff --git a/arch/sparc/include/asm/tsb.h b/arch/sparc/include/asm/tsb.h
index a2f541905715..ecb49cfa3be9 100644
--- a/arch/sparc/include/asm/tsb.h
+++ b/arch/sparc/include/asm/tsb.h
@@ -133,9 +133,24 @@ extern struct tsb_phys_patch_entry __tsb_phys_patch, __tsb_phys_patch_end;
sub TSB, 0x8, TSB; \
TSB_STORE(TSB, TAG);
- /* Do a kernel page table walk. Leaves physical PTE pointer in
- * REG1. Jumps to FAIL_LABEL on early page table walk termination.
- * VADDR will not be clobbered, but REG2 will.
+ /* Do a kernel page table walk. Leaves valid PTE value in
+ * REG1. Jumps to FAIL_LABEL on early page table walk
+ * termination. VADDR will not be clobbered, but REG2 will.
+ *
+ * There are two masks we must apply to propagate bits from
+ * the virtual address into the PTE physical address field
+ * when dealing with huge pages. This is because the page
+ * table boundaries do not match the huge page size(s) the
+ * hardware supports.
+ *
+ * In these cases we propagate the bits that are below the
+ * page table level where we saw the huge page mapping, but
+ * are still within the relevant physical bits for the huge
+ * page size in question. So for PMD mappings (which fall on
+ * bit 23, for 8MB per PMD) we must propagate bit 22 for a
+ * 4MB huge page. For huge PUDs (which fall on bit 33, for
+ * 8GB per PUD), we have to accomodate 256MB and 2GB huge
+ * pages. So for those we propagate bits 32 to 28.
*/
#define KERN_PGTABLE_WALK(VADDR, REG1, REG2, FAIL_LABEL) \
sethi %hi(swapper_pg_dir), REG1; \
@@ -150,15 +165,35 @@ extern struct tsb_phys_patch_entry __tsb_phys_patch, __tsb_phys_patch_end;
andn REG2, 0x7, REG2; \
ldxa [REG1 + REG2] ASI_PHYS_USE_EC, REG1; \
brz,pn REG1, FAIL_LABEL; \
- sllx VADDR, 64 - (PMD_SHIFT + PMD_BITS), REG2; \
+ sethi %uhi(_PAGE_PUD_HUGE), REG2; \
+ brz,pn REG1, FAIL_LABEL; \
+ sllx REG2, 32, REG2; \
+ andcc REG1, REG2, %g0; \
+ sethi %hi(0xf8000000), REG2; \
+ bne,pt %xcc, 697f; \
+ sllx REG2, 1, REG2; \
+ sllx VADDR, 64 - (PMD_SHIFT + PMD_BITS), REG2; \
srlx REG2, 64 - PAGE_SHIFT, REG2; \
andn REG2, 0x7, REG2; \
ldxa [REG1 + REG2] ASI_PHYS_USE_EC, REG1; \
+ sethi %uhi(_PAGE_PMD_HUGE), REG2; \
brz,pn REG1, FAIL_LABEL; \
- sllx VADDR, 64 - PMD_SHIFT, REG2; \
+ sllx REG2, 32, REG2; \
+ andcc REG1, REG2, %g0; \
+ be,pn %xcc, 698f; \
+ sethi %hi(0x400000), REG2; \
+697: brgez,pn REG1, FAIL_LABEL; \
+ andn REG1, REG2, REG1; \
+ and VADDR, REG2, REG2; \
+ ba,pt %xcc, 699f; \
+ or REG1, REG2, REG1; \
+698: sllx VADDR, 64 - PMD_SHIFT, REG2; \
srlx REG2, 64 - PAGE_SHIFT, REG2; \
andn REG2, 0x7, REG2; \
- add REG1, REG2, REG1;
+ ldxa [REG1 + REG2] ASI_PHYS_USE_EC, REG1; \
+ brgez,pn REG1, FAIL_LABEL; \
+ nop; \
+699:
/* PMD has been loaded into REG1, interpret the value, seeing
* if it is a HUGE PMD or a normal one. If it is not valid