> > This patch does not touch any virtual timer code, suggesting that timer
> > hardware is actually in place. Normally on boards in question it is true,
> > however since vGIC is missing, it is impossible to correctly utilize
> > interrupts from the virtual timer. Since virtual timer handling is in
> > active redevelopment now, handling in it userspace is out of scope at
> > the moment. The guest is currently suggested to use some memory-mapped
> > timer which can be emulated in userspace.
> Not sure I understand this paragraph.  Either drop it or just say "The
> architectured timers are not supported without the in-kernel vGIC."

 Ok, i'll repost with changed message. But, just to let you know, with this 
(http://www.spinics.net/lists/kvm/msg124539.html) the
notice about architected timer loses its relevancy at all. So, i'll just drop 

Kind regards,
Pavel Fedin
Expert Engineer
Samsung Electronics Research center Russia

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