[Letux-kernel] ARM: OMAP2+: reset controller support
t-kristo at ti.com
Mon Oct 31 19:41:26 CET 2016
On 31/10/16 19:06, H. Nikolaus Schaller wrote:
> Hi Tero,
>> Am 31.10.2016 um 13:57 schrieb Tero Kristo <t-kristo at ti.com>:
>> On 29/10/16 12:30, H. Nikolaus Schaller wrote:
>>> I am trying to fix some parts in the OMAP3 SGX drivers for the latest kernels
>>> and came across the problem that the reset framework core is now assuming DT
>>> support. This means we need some reset controller driver for the OMAP3.
>>> Then I found your patch series "[PATCH 00/17] ARM: OMAP2+: reset controller support"
>>> from last year and it appears to be the missing piece.
>>> I have not found it in linux-next so I wonder what happened to it.
>> The old reset controller work was abandoned,
> Ah, I see.
> Indeed it makes not much sense to just handle the reset-controller but
> not other hwmods.
>> and it won't be resurrected before we have:
>> a) hwmod clock driver merged (which is under reviews atm)
>> b) OMAP interconnect driver merged (which is under work by Tony)
> This might take more time than I want to wait.
>> I believe you need to introduce platform data callbacks for reset handling until this is resolved, and call hwmod reset functionality directly.
> If possible, I would prefer just to take your reset-controller as
> a temporary solution, because we don't have a platform driver any
> more or it will become a really ugly hack.
Yeah, I think that would most likely work also.
> What I have tried to so far is:
> 1. applied to v4.3:
> - works well (or at least not recognizably different)
> - device boots
> 2. rebased to v4.9-rc2:
> - needed some manual rebase which I hope I have done correctly.
> - also needs some fixes for "new" SoC which interfere.
> - But OMAP3 hangs at "Starting kernel...".
Try enabling following kernel config options:
CONFIG_DEBUG_OMAP3UART3=y /* assuming your board uses UART3 for serial
... and append 'earlyprintk' to your kernel command line. This should
give you more info of what is happening.
> - bisect shows that "ARM: OMAP2+: hwmod: parse reset information from DT" triggers the problem.
> - I can make the kernel boot if I return 0 by _init_resets() - but then of course the resets
> don't work well and report "missing rc".
> What I am also not sure (also in case of platform driver) is which register carries the SGX_RST.
> TRM mentions it:
> "Software controls the release of SGX_RST using the PRCM.RM_RSTCTRL_SGX SGX_RST bit."
Hmm, that seems to be the case. RSTCTRL registers on omap3 are usually
at offset 0x50 so my guess is that the register address would be 0x48306b50.
> but does not tell the register address or bit number. But maybe I can locate that in some older
> TI kernel or SGX driver.
> And I think I have to add the proper resets = <&prm ...> values which are not really well
> documented, but I think I understand them.
> Anyways if you want to take a look into my attempt to rebase:
> BR and thanks,
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