@@ -114,16 +114,6 @@ extern int prom_idlecpu(int cpunode);
/* Re-Start the CPU with the passed device tree node. */
extern int prom_restartcpu(int cpunode);
-/* PROM memory allocation facilities... */
-/* Allocated at possibly the given virtual address a chunk of the
- * indicated size.
-extern char *prom_alloc(char *virt_hint, unsigned int size);
-/* Free a previously allocated chunk. */
-extern void prom_free(char *virt_addr, unsigned int size);
/* Sun4/sun4c specific memory-management startup hook. */
/* Map the passed segment in the given context at the passed
@@ -9,7 +9,6 @@ lib-y += init_$(BITS).o
lib-$(CONFIG_SPARC32) += memory.o
lib-y += misc_$(BITS).o
lib-$(CONFIG_SPARC32) += mp.o
-lib-$(CONFIG_SPARC32) += palloc.o
lib-$(CONFIG_SPARC32) += ranges.o
lib-$(CONFIG_SPARC32) += segment.o
lib-y += console_$(BITS).o
deleted file mode 100644
@@ -1,43 +0,0 @@
- * palloc.c: Memory allocation from the Sun PROM.
- * Copyright (C) 1995 David S. Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
-/* You should not call these routines after memory management
- * has been initialized in the kernel, if fact you should not
- * use these if at all possible in the kernel. They are mainly
- * to be used for a bootloader for temporary allocations which
- * it will free before jumping into the kernel it has loaded.
- * Also, these routines don't work on V0 proms, only V2 and later.
-/* Allocate a chunk of memory of size 'num_bytes' giving a suggestion
- * of virtual_hint as the preferred virtual base address of this chunk.
- * There are no guarantees that you will get the allocation, or that
- * the prom will abide by your "hint". So check your return value.
-prom_alloc(char *virtual_hint, unsigned int num_bytes)
- if(prom_vers == PROM_V0) return (char *) 0x0;
- if(num_bytes == 0x0) return (char *) 0x0;
- return (*(romvec->pv_v2devops.v2_dumb_mem_alloc))(virtual_hint, num_bytes);
-/* Free a previously allocated chunk back to the prom at virtual address
- * 'vaddr' of size 'num_bytes'. NOTE: This vaddr is not the hint you
- * used for the allocation, but the virtual address the prom actually
- * returned to you. They may be have been the same, they may have not,
- * doesn't matter.
-prom_free(char *vaddr, unsigned int num_bytes)
- if((prom_vers == PROM_V0) || (num_bytes == 0x0)) return;
- (*(romvec->pv_v2devops.v2_dumb_mem_free))(vaddr, num_bytes);