Revert "ARM: socfpga: Remove socfpga_sdram_apply_static_cfg()
wg at aries-embedded.de
Fri Aug 7 12:58:13 CEST 2020
Am 06.08.20 um 14:50 schrieb Marek Vasut:
> On 8/6/20 2:36 PM, Wolfgang Grandegger wrote:
>> Am 06.08.20 um 13:04 schrieb Marek Vasut:
>>> On 8/6/20 12:53 PM, Wolfgang Grandegger wrote:
>>>> This reverts commit c5f4b805755912a3d2fe20f014b6b6ab0473bd73.
>>>> Without socfpga_sdram_apply_static_cfg(), the system hangs when Linux
>>>> calls altvipfb2_start_hw() of the Intel Video and Image Processing(VIP)
>>>> Frame Buffer II driver (drivers/video/fbdev/altvipfb2.c)
>>> There is no such driver in mainline U-Boot or Linux.
>> It's a simple frame buffer driver from linux-socfpga for the IP core
>> Intel Video and Image Processing(VIP) Frame Buffer II. It actually
>> hangs here when the streaming starts:
>> I can also hang the system if I setup and start the FB with just a
>> few U-Boot commands. I think the system hangs when the IP core starts
>> reading the FB data from the system memory.
> I am CCing Dinh , I recall there was some discussion about hangs on
> CycloneV and it was fixed recently.
>>>> , but only
>>>> after a power cycle (cold boot). The issue does not show up after a
>>>> soft reset (warm boot) and with v2018.11.
>>> See the commit message of the patch this is reverting, I believe there
>>> is a deeper issue with the static config register. Can you investigate?
>> I read the commit message, but well, I can't follow all the details :(.
>> On the other hand, it seems also not clear why the fix was added. Any
>> idea what to investigate.
> The system was repeatedly rebooted in a loop, the FPGA was loaded before
> Linux booted. After hundreds of reboots, the system got stuck on setting
> up the static cfg register. I think there was even another email
I rebooted Linux on my MCVEVP more than 100 times with and without
loading the FPGA in U-Boot. The system never hang!
> exchange where the suggestion was to make this apply_static_cfg optional
> and only use it when the DRAM port is enabled in the quartus design.
> Maybe that is the way out of this ?
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