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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2 0/5] Support CPR on MSM8916
On Friday, September 18, 2015 05:52:04 PM Stephen Boyd wrote:
> This patch series adds support for CPR on MSM8916. The first
> patch exposes a corner voting API to the CPR driver so that we can
> change the corner for the MX regulator. If possible I would
> like to make this patch prettier, but I don't have any great
> ideas right now. The next patch adds support to adjust voltages in the OPP
> layer, and then hooks that up to cpufreq-dt so that we can adjust
> the voltage in response to what CPR tells us to do. I've also thrown
> in a patch to make RCU lockdep warnings go away, but I'm not sure if it's
> right. There's still work to do.
> The final patch adds the CPR driver. This still has some rough edges. With
> the OPPv2 bindings I'm thinking of moving the frequency tables into DT
> and adding a custom vendor property to describe which fuse corner to use for
> each frequency.
> Once you have these patches in place along with a CPU clock driver you
> can eanble enable cpufreq-dt and add the cpufreq-dt device (maybe the
> CPR driver should add the cpufreq-dt device?) and you'll see interrupts
> for CPR and OPP voltage adjustments triggering CPUfreq to modify voltages.
> Andy Gross (1):
> regulator: smd: Add floor and corner operations
> Stephen Boyd (4):
> PM / OPP: Support adjusting OPP voltages at runtime
> OPP: Allow notifiers to call dev_pm_opp_get_{voltage,freq} RCU-free
> cpufreq-dt: Handle OPP voltage adjust events
> power: avs: Add support for CPR (Core Power Reduction)

From the responses so far I gather there will be a v3?


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