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Subject[PATCH v3 13/21] arm64: capabilities: Add support for features enabled early
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The kernel detects and uses some of the features based on the boot
CPU and expects that all the following CPUs conform to it. e.g,
with VHE and the boot CPU running at EL2, the kernel decides to
keep the kernel running at EL2. If another CPU is brought up without
this capability, we use custom hooks (via check_early_cpu_features())
to handle it. To handle such capabilities add support for detecting
and enabling capabilities based on the boot CPU.

A bit is added to indicate if the capability should be detected
early on the boot CPU. The infrastructure then ensures that such
capabilities are probed and "enabled" early on in the boot CPU
and, enabled on the subsequent CPUs.

Cc: Julien Thierry <julien.thierry@arm.com>
Cc: Dave Martin <dave.martin@arm.com>
Cc: Will Deacon <will.deacon@arm.com>
Cc: Mark Rutland <mark.rutland@arm.com>
Cc: Marc Zyngier <marc.zyngier@arm.com>
Signed-off-by: Suzuki K Poulose <suzuki.poulose@arm.com>
---
arch/arm64/include/asm/cpufeature.h | 46 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-------
arch/arm64/kernel/cpufeature.c | 47 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++----------
2 files changed, 72 insertions(+), 21 deletions(-)

diff --git a/arch/arm64/include/asm/cpufeature.h b/arch/arm64/include/asm/cpufeature.h
index 383c69c95f23..5f56a8342065 100644
--- a/arch/arm64/include/asm/cpufeature.h
+++ b/arch/arm64/include/asm/cpufeature.h
@@ -104,7 +104,7 @@ extern struct arm64_ftr_reg arm64_ftr_reg_ctrel0;
* some checks at runtime. This could be, e.g, checking the value of a field
* in CPU ID feature register or checking the cpu model. The capability
* provides a call back ( @matches() ) to perform the check.
- * Scope defines how the checks should be performed. There are two cases:
+ * Scope defines how the checks should be performed. There are three cases:
*
* a) SCOPE_LOCAL_CPU: check all the CPUs and "detect" if at least one
* matches. This implies, we have to run the check on all the booting
@@ -117,6 +117,11 @@ extern struct arm64_ftr_reg arm64_ftr_reg_ctrel0;
* field in one of the CPU ID feature registers, we use the sanitised
* value of the register from the CPU feature infrastructure to make
* the decision.
+ * Or
+ * c) SCOPE_BOOT_CPU: Check only on the primary boot CPU to detect the feature.
+ * This category is for features that are "finalised" (or used) by the kernel
+ * very early even before the SMP cpus are brought up.
+ *
* The process of detection is usually denoted by "update" capability state
* in the code.
*
@@ -133,6 +138,11 @@ extern struct arm64_ftr_reg arm64_ftr_reg_ctrel0;
* w.r.t the capability. e.g, all secondary CPUs are treated "late CPUs" for
* capabilities determined by the boot CPU.
*
+ * At the moment there are two passes of finalising the capabilities.
+ * a) Boot CPU scope capabilities - Finalised by primary boot CPU via
+ * setup_boot_cpu_capabilities().
+ * b) Everything except (a) - Run via setup_system_capabilities().
+ *
* 3) Verification: When a CPU is brought online (e.g, by user or by the kernel),
* the kernel should make sure that it is safe to use the CPU, by verifying
* that the CPU is compliant with the state of the capabilities finalised
@@ -141,12 +151,19 @@ extern struct arm64_ftr_reg arm64_ftr_reg_ctrel0;
* secondary_start_kernel()-> check_local_cpu_capabilities()
*
* As explained in (2) above, capabilities could be finalised at different
- * points in the execution. Each CPU is verified against the "finalised"
- * capabilities and if there is a conflict, the kernel takes an action, based
- * on the severity (e.g, a CPU could be prevented from booting or cause a
- * kernel panic). The CPU is allowed to "affect" the state of the capability,
- * if it has not been finalised already. See section 5 for more details on
- * conflicts.
+ * points in the execution. Each newly booted CPU is verified against those
+ * capabilities that have been finalised by the time it boots.
+ *
+ * a) SCOPE_BOOT_CPU : All CPUs are verified against the capability except
+ * for the primary boot CPU.
+ *
+ * b) SCOPE_LOCAL_CPU, SCOPE_SYSTEM: All CPUs hotplugged on by the user
+ * after the kernel boot are verified against the capability.
+ *
+ * If there is a conflict, the kernel takes an action, based on the severity
+ * (e.g, a CPU could be prevented from booting or cause a kernel panic).
+ * The CPU is allowed to "affect" the state of the capability, if it has not
+ * been finalised already. See section 5 for more details on conflicts.
*
* 4) Action: As mentioned in (2), the kernel can take an action for each detected
* capability, on all CPUs on the system. Appropriate actions include, turning
@@ -193,15 +210,26 @@ extern struct arm64_ftr_reg arm64_ftr_reg_ctrel0;
*/


-/* Decide how the capability is detected. On a local CPU vs System wide */
+/*
+ * Decide how the capability is detected.
+ * On any local CPU vs System wide vs the primary boot CPU
+ */
#define ARM64_CPUCAP_SCOPE_LOCAL_CPU ((u16)BIT(0))
#define ARM64_CPUCAP_SCOPE_SYSTEM ((u16)BIT(1))
+/*
+ * The capabilitiy is detected on the Boot CPU and is used by kernel
+ * during early boot. i.e, the capability should be "detected" and "enabled"
+ * as early as possibly on all booting CPUs.
+ */
+#define ARM64_CPUCAP_SCOPE_BOOT_CPU ((u16)BIT(2))
#define ARM64_CPUCAP_SCOPE_MASK \
(ARM64_CPUCAP_SCOPE_SYSTEM | \
- ARM64_CPUCAP_SCOPE_LOCAL_CPU)
+ ARM64_CPUCAP_SCOPE_LOCAL_CPU | \
+ ARM64_CPUCAP_SCOPE_BOOT_CPU)

#define SCOPE_SYSTEM ARM64_CPUCAP_SCOPE_SYSTEM
#define SCOPE_LOCAL_CPU ARM64_CPUCAP_SCOPE_LOCAL_CPU
+#define SCOPE_BOOT_CPU ARM64_CPUCAP_SCOPE_BOOT_CPU
#define SCOPE_ALL ARM64_CPUCAP_SCOPE_MASK

/*
diff --git a/arch/arm64/kernel/cpufeature.c b/arch/arm64/kernel/cpufeature.c
index a15be4db6bf4..7625e2962e2b 100644
--- a/arch/arm64/kernel/cpufeature.c
+++ b/arch/arm64/kernel/cpufeature.c
@@ -504,7 +504,7 @@ static void __init init_cpu_ftr_reg(u32 sys_reg, u64 new)
}

extern const struct arm64_cpu_capabilities arm64_errata[];
-static void update_cpu_capabilities(u16 scope_mask);
+static void __init setup_boot_cpu_capabilities(void);

void __init init_cpu_features(struct cpuinfo_arm64 *info)
{
@@ -550,10 +550,10 @@ void __init init_cpu_features(struct cpuinfo_arm64 *info)
}

/*
- * Run the errata work around and local feature checks on the
- * boot CPU, once we have initialised the cpu feature infrastructure.
+ * Detect and enable early CPU capabilities based on the boot CPU,
+ * after we have initialised the CPU feature infrastructure.
*/
- update_cpu_capabilities(SCOPE_LOCAL_CPU);
+ setup_boot_cpu_capabilities();
}

static void update_cpu_ftr_reg(struct arm64_ftr_reg *reg, u64 new)
@@ -1277,12 +1277,21 @@ __enable_cpu_capabilities(const struct arm64_cpu_capabilities *caps, u16 scope_m

if (caps->cpu_enable) {
/*
- * Use stop_machine() as it schedules the work allowing
- * us to modify PSTATE, instead of on_each_cpu() which
- * uses an IPI, giving us a PSTATE that disappears when
- * we return.
+ * If we are dealing with a boot CPU capability, we
+ * have to enable this only on the Boot CPU, where it
+ * is detected. All the secondaries enable it via
+ * check_local_cpu_capabilities().
+ *
+ * Otherwise, use stop_machine() as it schedules the
+ * work allowing us to modify PSTATE, instead of
+ * on_each_cpu() which uses an IPI, giving us a PSTATE
+ * that disappears when we return.
*/
- stop_machine(__enable_cpu_capability, (void *)caps, cpu_online_mask);
+ if (scope_mask & SCOPE_BOOT_CPU)
+ caps->cpu_enable(caps);
+ else
+ stop_machine(__enable_cpu_capability,
+ (void *)caps, cpu_online_mask);
}
}
}
@@ -1362,6 +1371,12 @@ static void check_early_cpu_features(void)
{
verify_cpu_run_el();
verify_cpu_asid_bits();
+ /*
+ * Early features are used by the kernel already. If there
+ * is a conflict, we cannot proceed further.
+ */
+ if (!verify_local_cpu_caps(SCOPE_BOOT_CPU))
+ cpu_panic_kernel();
}

static void
@@ -1403,9 +1418,8 @@ static void verify_sve_features(void)
*/
static void verify_local_cpu_capabilities(void)
{
- if (!verify_local_cpu_caps(SCOPE_ALL))
+ if (!verify_local_cpu_caps(SCOPE_ALL & ~SCOPE_BOOT_CPU))
cpu_die_early();
-
verify_local_elf_hwcaps(arm64_elf_hwcaps);

if (system_supports_32bit_el0())
@@ -1438,6 +1452,14 @@ void check_local_cpu_capabilities(void)
verify_local_cpu_capabilities();
}

+static void __init setup_boot_cpu_capabilities(void)
+{
+ /* Detect capabilities with either SCOPE_BOOT_CPU or SCOPE_LOCAL_CPU */
+ update_cpu_capabilities(SCOPE_BOOT_CPU | SCOPE_LOCAL_CPU);
+ /* Enable the SCOPE_BOOT_CPU capabilities alone right away */
+ enable_cpu_capabilities(SCOPE_BOOT_CPU);
+}
+
DEFINE_STATIC_KEY_FALSE(arm64_const_caps_ready);
EXPORT_SYMBOL(arm64_const_caps_ready);

@@ -1462,7 +1484,8 @@ static void __init setup_system_capabilities(void)
* on it. Also enable all the available capabilities.
*/
update_cpu_capabilities(SCOPE_SYSTEM);
- enable_cpu_capabilities(SCOPE_ALL);
+ /* Enable all the available capabilities, which are not already enabled. */
+ enable_cpu_capabilities(SCOPE_ALL & ~SCOPE_BOOT_CPU);
}

void __init setup_cpu_features(void)
--
2.14.3
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