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SubjectRe: [PATCH 00/25] coresight: Support for ACPI bindings
On 03/20/2019 06:49 PM, Suzuki K Poulose wrote:
> This series adds the support for CoreSight devices on ACPI based
> platforms. The device connections are encoded as _DSD graph property[0],
> with CoreSight specific extensions to indicate the direction of data
> flow as described in [1]. Components attached to CPUs are listed
> as child devices of the corresponding CPU, removing explicit links
> to the CPU like we do in the DT.
> As a prepartion for the ACPI support, we merge the driver for dynamic
> and non-programmable replicators. We introduce platform independent
> helpers to parse the platform supplied information. Thus we rename
> the platform handling code from:
> of_coresight.c => coresight-platform.c
> The CoreSight driver creates shadow devices that appear on the Coresight
> bus, in addition to the real devices (e.g, AMBA bus devices). The name
> of these devices match the real device. This makes the device name
> a bit cryptic for ACPI platform. So this series also introduces a generic
> platform agnostic device naming scheme for the shadow Coresight devices.
> Towards this we also make changes to the way we lookup devices to resolve
> the connections, as we can't use the names to identify the devices. So,
> we use the "fwnode_handle" of the real device for the device lookups.
> Towards that we clean up the drivers to keep track of the "CoreSight"
> device rather than the "real" device. However, all real operations,
> like DMA allocation, Power management etc. must be performed on
> the real device which is the parent of the shadow device.
> Finally we add the support for parsing the ACPI platform data. The power
> management support is missing in the ACPI (and this is not specific to
> CoreSight). The firmware must ensure that the respective power domains
> are turned on.
> Applies on v5.1-rc1
> Tested on a Juno-r0 board with ACPI bindings patch (Patch 26/25) added on
> top of [2]. You would need to make sure that the debug power domain is
> turned on before the Linux kernel boots. (e.g, connect the DS-5 to the
> Juno board while at UEFI). arm32 code is only compile tested.
> [0] ACPI Device Graphs using _DSD (Not available online yet, approved but
> awaiting publish and eventually should be linked at).
> [1]
> [2]

The kernel patches are also available here :

git:// coresight-acpi/v1

Kind regards

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