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SubjectRe: [PATCH] sound: soc: fsl: Do not set DAI sysclk when it is equal to system freq
On Tue, Sep 05, 2017 at 09:37:43AM +0200, Łukasz Majewski wrote:

> >>The last call is changing the bit clock (BCLK) frequency to SSI's IP
> >>block clock (ipg = 66 MHz) [1].
> >
> >I think a bigger question here is why the routine sets BCLK to 66MHz.
> Yes, exactly.
> In my case the bclk is set to ipg clock, which is the SSI IP block clock
> (ipg).

Can you elaborate why you set ipg clock as bclk? I don't remember SSI could
derive bitclock from ipg clock.

> >>This is wrong, since IMX SSI block requires the I2S BCLK to be less
> >>than 1/5 of [1].
> >>
> >>As a result the driver initialization passes without any errors, but the
> >>speaker-test test case breaks.
> >>
> >>This commit checks if the fsl_ssi_set_dai_sysclk() frequency passed is
> >>not equal to [1].
> >
> >I don't feel it's quite comprehensive...what if it's being set to 67MHz.
> I think that this clock is not changing for the SoC. It should be 66 MHz
> fixed.

What I mean is that we cannot just look at this SoC. Today is 66MHz for this
SoC. Tomorrow could be 133MHz for another one. We should put a check that none
of these shall pass -- the 1/5 limit.

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