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SubjectRe: [PATCH v4 0/3] Add Mediatek CIRQ interrupt controller

On 07/04/17 11:54, Youlin Pei wrote:
> On Fri, 2017-04-07 at 09:52 +0100, Marc Zyngier wrote:
>> On 07/04/17 09:06, Youlin Pei wrote:
>>> In Mediatek SOCs, the CIRQ is a low power interrupt controller designed to
>>> works outside MCUSYS which comprises with Cortex-Ax cores,CCI and GIC.
>>> The CIRQ controller is integrated in between MCUSYS and interrupt sources
>>> as the second level interrupt controller. The external interrupts which
>>> outside MCUSYS will feed through CIRQ then bypass to GIC.
>>> In normal mode(where MCUSYS is active), CIRQ is disabled and interrupts
>>> will directly issue to MCUSYS. When MCUSYS enters sleep mode, where GIC
>>> is power downed. CIRQ will be enabled and monitor all edge trigger
>>> interrupts(only edge trigger interrupts will be lost in this scenario).
>>> When an edge interrupt is triggered, CIRQ will record the status and
>>> generated a pulse signal to GIC when flush command is executed.
>>> With CIRQ, MCUSYS can be completely turned off to improve the system
>>> power consumption without losing interrupts.
>>> change in v4:
>>> 1. add some comment to explain CIRQ suspend callback.
>>> 2. rebase on 4.11
>> Hi Youlin,
>> I'm happy to take the first two patches through the irq tree. How do we
>> deal with the third one? It seems to me that it'd be better routed via
>> armsoc.
>> Let me know what you and Matthias want to do.
> Hi Marc,
> Thanks for your review. I think that driver and dtsi can merged
> separately.
> Hi Matthias,
> Could you help to review the dtsi patch?

queued now for v4.12-next/dts32
sorry for the late answer.


> Thanks a lot!
>> Thanks,
>> M.

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