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SubjectRe: [PATCH v3 1/2] regulator: pcf50633: Don't write to reserved bits of AUTO output voltage select register
On 03/19/2012 03:55 AM, Axel Lin wrote:
> The datasheet says 00000000 to 00101110 are reserved, and the min value of the
> voltage setting is 1.8 V.
> Thus don't write 0 to AUTO output voltage select register (address 1Ah).
>
> Table 50. AUTOOUT - AUTO output voltage select register (address 1Ah) bit description[1]
> Bit Symbol Access Description
> 7:0 auto_out R/W VO(prog) = 0.625 + auto_out × 0.025 V
> eg. 00000000 to 00101110: reserved
> 00101111: 1.8 V (min)
> 01010011: 2.7 V
> 01101010: 3.275 V
> 01101011: 3.300 V
> 01101100: 3.325 V
> 01111111 : 3.800 V (max)
> ..... .....
> 11111110 : 3.800 V
> 11111111 : 3.800 V
>
> This patch also fixes a bug in pcf50633_regulator_list_voltage:
> In regulator core _regulator_do_set_voltage function:
>
> if (rdev->desc->ops->set_voltage) {
> ret = rdev->desc->ops->set_voltage(rdev, min_uV, max_uV,
> &selector);
>
> if (rdev->desc->ops->list_voltage)
> selector = rdev->desc->ops->list_voltage(rdev,
> selector);
> else
> selector = -1;
>
> The list_voltage call here takes the selector got from set_voltage callback.
> Thus adding 0x2f to the index in pcf50633_regulator_list_voltage looks wrong to me.
>
> e.g.
> If min_uV < 1.8V, pcf50633_regulator_set_voltage sets 0 to selector.
> For this case, adding 0x2f to the index in pcf50633_regulator_list_voltage is correct.
> However, if min_uV == 1.8V, pcf50633_regulator_set_voltage sets 0x2f to selector.
> Adding 0x2f to the index in pcf50633_regulator_list_voltage in this case is wrong.
>
> What this patch does is:
> The minimal voltage setting for AUTOOUT is 0x2f.
> Thus for the case min_uV < 1.8, set the voltage setting to 1.8V by writting
> 0x2f to AUTOOUT register and set selector = 0x2f.
> So we don't write the rserved range to AUTOOUT register.
> Which means the possible range of AUTOOUT register value is 0x2f ~ 0xff.
>
> We have no problem in regulator_get_voltage.
> Since we won't write 0~0x2e to AUTOOUT register, we have no problem converting
> the bits we read to voltage. The equation in auto_voltage_value works fine.
>
> For list_voltage, we need to take into account the case selector is 0 ~ 0x2e
> because the regulator core assumes the selector is starting from 0.
> This patch returns 0 for the cases selector is 0 ~ 0x2e, which means
> "this selector code can't be used on this system".
>
> The regulator core iterates from 0 to n_voltages to find the small voltage
> in the specific range. The n_voltages settings for AUTOOUT should be 128 now,
> including the reserved range of AUTOOUT.
>
> Signed-off-by: Axel Lin <axel.lin@gmail.com>

Acked-by: Lars-Peter Clausen <lars@metafoo.de>
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