Merge tag 'timers-core-2020-10-12' of git://

Pull timekeeping updates from Thomas Gleixner:
 "Updates for timekeeping, timers and related drivers:


   - Early boot support for the NMI safe timekeeper by utilizing
     local_clock() up to the point where timekeeping is initialized.
     This allows printk() to store multiple timestamps in the ringbuffer
     which is useful for coordinating dmesg information across a fleet
     of machines.

   - Provide a multi-timestamp accessor for printk()

   - Make timer init more robust by checking for invalid timer flags.

   - Comma vs semicolon fixes


   - Support for new platforms in existing drivers (SP804 and Renesas

   - Comma vs semicolon fixes

* tag 'timers-core-2020-10-12' of git://
  clocksource/drivers/armada-370-xp: Use semicolons rather than commas to separate statements
  clocksource/drivers/mps2-timer: Use semicolons rather than commas to separate statements
  timers: Mask invalid flags in do_init_timer()
  clocksource/drivers/sp804: Enable Hisilicon sp804 timer 64bit mode
  clocksource/drivers/sp804: Add support for Hisilicon sp804 timer
  clocksource/drivers/sp804: Support non-standard register offset
  clocksource/drivers/sp804: Prepare for support non-standard register offset
  clocksource/drivers/sp804: Remove a mismatched comment
  clocksource/drivers/sp804: Delete the leading "__" of some functions
  clocksource/drivers/sp804: Remove unused sp804_timer_disable() and timer-sp804.h
  clocksource/drivers/sp804: Cleanup clk_get_sys()
  dt-bindings: timer: renesas,cmt: Document r8a774e1 CMT support
  dt-bindings: timer: renesas,cmt: Document r8a7742 CMT support
  alarmtimer: Convert comma to semicolon
  timekeeping: Provide multi-timestamp accessor to NMI safe timekeeper
  timekeeping: Utilize local_clock() for NMI safe timekeeper during early boot