On Wed, 2016-10-12 at 15:24 +0300, Luca Coelho wrote:
> Okay... Actually this is a structure in the BIOS and the actual method
> we call is SPLC. The SPLC method may return one item from this table,
> or something entirely different, possible one of the three values
> depending on a configuration option or so.
> Can you to find and send me the actual SPLC method that we call, from
> your BIOS?
It seems Chris and I basically have identical setups, so I'll answer.
There are 20 SPLC methods in the BIOS. The first reads
Method (SPLC, 0, Serialized)
DerefOf (SPLX [One]) [Zero] = DOM1 /* \DOM1 */
DerefOf (SPLX [One]) [One] = LIM1 /* \LIM1 */
DerefOf (SPLX [One]) [0x02] = TIM1 /* \TIM1 */
DerefOf (SPLX [0x02]) [Zero] = DOM2 /* \DOM2 */
DerefOf (SPLX [0x02]) [One] = LIM2 /* \LIM2 */
DerefOf (SPLX [0x02]) [0x02] = TIM2 /* \TIM2 */
DerefOf (SPLX [0x03]) [Zero] = DOM3 /* \DOM3 */
DerefOf (SPLX [0x03]) [One] = LIM3 /* \LIM3 */
DerefOf (SPLX [0x03]) [0x02] = TIM3 /* \TIM3 */
Return (SPLX) /* \_SB_.PCI0.RP01.PXSX.SPLX */
The only difference is in the last comment. Ie, RP01 is increased until
it reaches RP20. (The machine has 20 PCI devices according to lspci. I
have no clue how to match that RPxx number to the 20 devices showing up
in lspci, sorry.)