chromeos: provide option to dynamically allocate ram oops buffer

Fixing the location of the ram oops buffer can lead to certain
kernel and boot loaders being confused when there is a ram
reservation low in the address space. Alternatively provide
a mechanism to allocate the ram oops buffer in cbmem. As cbmem
is usually high in the address space it avoids low reservation

The patch uncondtionally provides a GOOG9999 ACPI device with
a single memory resource describing the memory region used for
the ramoops region.

TEST=Built and booted with and w/o dynamic ram oops. With
     the corresponding kernel change things behave correctly.

Change-Id: Ide2bb4434768c9f9b90e125adae4324cb1d2d073
Signed-off-by: Aaron Durbin <>
Tested-by: build bot (Jenkins)
Reviewed-by: Stefan Reinauer <>
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