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Re: [libvirt PATCH] cpu_map: Add EPYC-Rome model

On 30.09.20 at 11:23 Jiri Denemark wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 28, 2020 at 13:20:06 +0200, Markus Schade wrote:
>> Okay, that did not go as expected. Anyway
> I'm not sure what did not go as expected...

I had meant to sent the cover letter with the patch ;-)

>> as well as updated cpuid information from a Ryzen 9 3900 system.
> These changes should be dropped. We already have this model covered and
> regenerating the data files for existing CPUs just causes unnecessary
> and often unrelated changes.

These updated data files are required because libvirt will now try to
use the better matching EPYC-Rome model for Ryzen 9 tests.

So leaving them out, will break tests. Just changing the model to
EPYC-Rome in the Ryzen 9 tests files, will also breaks tests. Hence I
re-ran the gather/parse on a Ryzen 9 system to get the updated cpuid

>> Since the EPYC 7502 and the Ryzen 9 are pretty much identical, the
>> latter could be dropped as there is no corresponding qemu model.
> While we don't have a special model Ryzen 9, we still want to have it
> covered in the test suit to check we assign the appropriate model to it.

Got it.


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