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CONFIG_FSL_DPAA: Freescale DPAA 1.x support

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_FSL_DPAA:

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The Freescale Data Path Acceleration Architecture (DPAA) is a set of hardware components on specific QorIQ multicore processors. This architecture provides the infrastructure to support simplified sharing of networking interfaces and accelerators by multiple CPUs. The major h/w blocks composing DPAA are BMan and QMan.

The Buffer Manager (BMan) is a hardware buffer pool management block that allows software and accelerators on the datapath to acquire and release buffers in order to build frames.

The Queue Manager (QMan) is a hardware queue management block that allows software and accelerators on the datapath to enqueue and dequeue frames in order to communicate.

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