[U-Boot] [PATCH 4/4] ARM: socfpga: Add support for selecting bridges in bridge command
marex at denx.de
Mon Apr 22 18:41:47 UTC 2019
On 4/22/19 8:22 PM, Simon Goldschmidt wrote:
> Am 22.04.2019 um 20:01 schrieb Marek Vasut:
>> On 4/19/19 10:00 PM, Simon Goldschmidt wrote:
>>> On 17.04.19 22:15, Marek Vasut wrote:
>>>> Add optional "mask" argument to the SoCFPGA bridge command, to select
>>>> which bridges should be enabled/disabled. This allows the user to avoid
>>>> enabling bridges which are not connected into the FPGA fabric. Default
>>>> behavior is to enable/disable all bridges.
>>> So does this change the command? Seems like leaving away the new 'mask'
>>> argument would now lead to enabling all bridges by overwriting whatever
>>> the handoff values were before?
>> That's how it behaved before though -- all the bridges were enabled.
>> Now it's possible to explicitly select which bridges to enable/disable.
> As I read the code, before it wrote iswgrp_handoff[x] to the registers.
Nope, before it was the SPL that wrote the iswgrp_handoff registers
(iswgrp_handoff to 0x0 and iswgrp_handoff to 0x7)
> The question is what is iswgrp_handoff[x].
Just regular scratch registers with special name. The  is used to
indicate to the software how the brg_mod_reset register is supposed to
be configured. The  is used to indicate how the l3remap register is
supposed to be configured.
The SPL currently sets these registers as -- all bridges released out of
reset ; all bridges mapped into the L3 space. I believe this patch does
not change that behavior.
> It's not the bridges status
> from Quartus (as the "handoff" suffix might suggest). Instead (if I
> remember correctly), it's either "all bridges" or "no bridges",
> depending on the FPGA configuration status at SPL runtime.
> In this case, we're probably better off with leaving it to the command
> line scripts to say which bridges shall be enabled...
This patch only changes things in that it updates the handoff registers
when the user selects a new mask, so that any software which runs after
U-Boot would be aware of which bridges U-Boot configured.
But maybe I'm missing something obvious, this stuff is so convoluted
that I'd really appreciate if you could review thoroughly if there's
something that doesn't seem right.
> Reviewed-by: Simon Goldschmidt <simon.k.r.goldschmidt at gmail.com>
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