On Sat, Aug 15, 2015 at 08:44:27AM -0700, Dan Williams wrote:
That said, while we don't need special accessors we do need
that anything that has written to a persistent memory address has done
so in a way that wmb_pmem() is able to flush it. It's more of a "I've
audited this code path for wmb_pmem() compatibility so use this api to
write to pmem."
I'm more worried about things where don't just do plain loads and stores
to a pmem region but DMA, which will end up as a nightmare of casts.
But we can wait and see how that evolves in the end..