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SubjectRe: [PATCH] ARM: pxa: fix DFI bus lockups on startup
Robert Jarzmik <> writes:

> After the conversion of pxa architecture to common clock framework, the
> NAND clock can be disabled on startup if no nand driver claims it.
> In this case, it happens that if the bootloader used the NAND and set
> the DFI arbitration bit, the next access to a static memory controller
> area, such as an ethernet card, the system bus will stall, and the core
> will be stalled forever.
> Fix this by clearing the DFI arbritration bit in pxa3xx startup. The bit
> will be enabled the pxa3xx-nand driver on need anyway. The only left
> requirement is that upon pxa3xx-nand removal, the bit should be cleared
> before the clock is disabled.
> Signed-off-by: Robert Jarzmik <>
Queued to pxa/fixes.


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