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SubjectRe: Lay common foundation to make PVR/SGX work without hacks on OMAP34xx, OMAP36xx, AM335x and potentially OMAP4, OMAP5
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On 09/10/2019 15:53, H. Nikolaus Schaller wrote:
>
>> Am 08.10.2019 um 22:15 schrieb H. Nikolaus Schaller <hns@goldelico.com>:
>>
>>
>>> Am 08.10.2019 um 10:00 schrieb Tero Kristo <t-kristo@ti.com>:
>>>
>>> On 07/10/2019 22:24, H. Nikolaus Schaller wrote:
>>>> Hi Tero,
>>>>> Am 07.10.2019 um 21:18 schrieb Tero Kristo <t-kristo@ti.com>:
>>>>>
>>>>> On 07/10/2019 18:52, Tony Lindgren wrote:
>>>>>> Hi,
>>>>>> * H. Nikolaus Schaller <hns@goldelico.com> [191005 16:59]:
>>>>>> Please try with Tero's current github branch at github.com/t-kristo/linux-pm.git
>>>>>> 5.4-rc1-ipc from few days ago, the earlier versions had still issues.
>>>>>
>>>>> Yeah, this one should be fixed now.
>>>> Ok! Will try asap.
>>>>>
>>>>>>> * OMAP5 (Pyra): fails to enable the clocks (did work with the previous version)
>>>>>>> [ 304.140363] clock-controller:clk:0000:0: failed to enable
>>>>>>> [ 304.147388] PVR_K:(Error): EnableSGXClocks: pm_runtime_get_sync failed (16)
>>>>>> Hmm no idea what might be up with this one. Did some clkctrl clock
>>>>>> fixes maybe cause a regression here? Tero do you have any ideas?
>>>>>
>>>>> So, this one I am not too sure, I haven't looked at omap5 graphics clocking. I don't think it has anything to do with reset handling though.
>>>>>
>>>>> Is there some simple way to try this out on board; without PVR module that is?
>>>> Yes, I have also seen it when just running the commands in the original commit message [1]:
>>>> # echo on > $(find /sys -name control | grep \/5600)
>>>> # rwmem 0x5600fe00 # OCP Revision
>>>> 0x5600fe00 = 0x40000000
>>>> # echo auto > $(find /sys -name control | grep \/5600)
>>>> # rwmem 0x5600fe10
>>>> # rwmem 0x56000024
>>>> But I have not yet tested with 5.4-rc2, just 5.4-rc1.
>>>
>>> Ok, there is a one liner DTS data fix for this issue, attached.
>>
>> Yes, have tested and it fixes omap5. I have the 3D demo running again on the Pyra. Yay!
>>
>> Together with the latest rstcrtl patches, am335x is now better.
>> No omap_reset_deassert: timedout waiting for gfx:0 any more.
>>
>> But I can't access the sgx registers and get memory faults. Maybe
>> my script has a bug and is trying the wrong address. Have to check
>> with some distance...
>
> Now I have done more tests on am335x. It is not my script but something else.
>
> Trying to read 0x5600fe00 after doing
>
> echo on > /sys/bus/platform/devices/5600fe00.target-module/power/control
>
> gives page faults.
>
> When trying to load the kernel driver, the omap_reset_deassert message has
> gone but the driver does no initialize:
>
> root@letux:~# modprobe pvrsrvkm_omap_am335x_sgx530_125
> [ 45.774712] pvrsrvkm_omap_am335x_sgx530_125: module is from the staging directory, the quality is unknown, you have been warned.
> root@letux:~#
>
> Here is the CM/PM register dump after enabling power/control
>
> *** SGX Register Dump ***
> 0x44E00900 00000301 CM_GFX_L3_CLKSTCTRL
> 0x44E00904 00050000 CM_GFX_GFX_CLKCTRL
> 0x44E0090c 00000002 CM_GFX_L4LS_GFX_CLKSTCTR
> 0x44E00910 00030000 CM_GFX_MMUCFG_CLKCTRL
> 0x44E00914 00030000 CM_GFX_MMUDATA_CLKCTRL
> 0x44E0052c 00000000 CM_DPLL.CLKSEL_GFX_FCLK
> 0x44E01100 00060047 PM_GFX_PWRSTCTRL
> 0x44E01104 00000001 RM_GFX_RSTCTRL
> 0x44E01110 00000037 PM_GFX_PWRSTST

Are you sure you have the graphics node properly applied in your kernel?

As you can see the RM_GFX_RSTCTRL is still asserted (it should be zero
so that you can access the module) and the CM_GFX_GFX_CLKCTRL is also
disabled (bits 0-1 are 0, should be 2 in the working case.)

It works for me with my branch + the single am33xx patch from Tony.

-Tero

>
> BR,
> Nikolaus
>
>

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