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SubjectRe: [PATCH v3 2/5] dt-bindings: soc: add document for rockchip reboot notifier driver
Hi Andy,

Am Donnerstag, 19. November 2015, 09:17:37 schrieb Andy Yan:
> Hi Rob:
> On 2015年11月19日 06:59, Rob Herring wrote:
> > On Wed, Nov 18, 2015 at 05:53:30PM +0800, Andy Yan wrote:
> >> Add devicetree binding document for rockchip reboot nofifier driver
> > Just reading the subject this is way too specific to the Linux driver
> > needs rather than a h/w description. Please don't create fake DT nodes
> > just to bind to drivers. Whatever &pmu is is probably what should have
> > the DT node. Let the driver for it create child devices if you need
> > that.
> This is note a fake DT nodes, we really need it to tell the driver
> which register to use to store the reboot mode. Because rockchip
> use different register file to store the reboot mode on different
> platform, on rk3066,rk3188, rk3288,it use one of the PMU
> register, on
> the incoming RK3036, it use one of the GRF register, and it use
> one of
> the PMUGRF register for arm64 platform rk3368. On the other hand, the
> PMU/GRF/PMUGRF register file are mapped as "syscon", then referenced
> by other DT nodes by phandle. So maybe let it as a separate DT
> node here
> is better.

or alternatively we could do something similar to what the bl-switcher
cupfreq-driver does. Take a look at


We already have the core restart-handler code in the clock-tree, so could
maybe simply do the
platform_device_register_simple("rockchip-reboot", -1, NULL, 0);
in that common code?

Though I'm not yet sure how to get the platform-data. I guess one option would
be to do things like the 3288 suspend code does (arch/arm/mach-rockchip/pm.c
at the bottom), by having the per-soc-data in the driver and then matching
against the pmu. Because the pmu is not part of the clock controller binding
(and probably also shouldn't be).


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