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Subject[PATCH v3 17/21] docs: hwmon: k8temp, w83793: convert to ReST format
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Convert k8temp and w83793 to ReST format, in order to allow them
to be parsed by Sphinx.

Signed-off-by: Mauro Carvalho Chehab <mchehab+samsung@kernel.org>
---
Documentation/hwmon/k8temp | 17 +++--
Documentation/hwmon/w83793 | 123 ++++++++++++++++++++-----------------
2 files changed, 77 insertions(+), 63 deletions(-)

diff --git a/Documentation/hwmon/k8temp b/Documentation/hwmon/k8temp
index 716dc24c7237..72da12aa17e5 100644
--- a/Documentation/hwmon/k8temp
+++ b/Documentation/hwmon/k8temp
@@ -2,12 +2,17 @@ Kernel driver k8temp
====================

Supported chips:
+
* AMD Athlon64/FX or Opteron CPUs
+
Prefix: 'k8temp'
+
Addresses scanned: PCI space
+
Datasheet: http://support.amd.com/us/Processor_TechDocs/32559.pdf

Author: Rudolf Marek
+
Contact: Rudolf Marek <r.marek@assembler.cz>

Description
@@ -27,10 +32,12 @@ implemented sensors.

Mapping of /sys files is as follows:

-temp1_input - temperature of Core 0 and "place" 0
-temp2_input - temperature of Core 0 and "place" 1
-temp3_input - temperature of Core 1 and "place" 0
-temp4_input - temperature of Core 1 and "place" 1
+============= ===================================
+temp1_input temperature of Core 0 and "place" 0
+temp2_input temperature of Core 0 and "place" 1
+temp3_input temperature of Core 1 and "place" 0
+temp4_input temperature of Core 1 and "place" 1
+============= ===================================

Temperatures are measured in degrees Celsius and measurement resolution is
1 degree C. It is expected that future CPU will have better resolution. The
@@ -48,7 +55,7 @@ computed temperature called TControl, which must be lower than TControlMax.

The relationship is following:

-temp1_input - TjOffset*2 < TControlMax,
+ temp1_input - TjOffset*2 < TControlMax,

TjOffset is not yet exported by the driver, TControlMax is usually
70 degrees C. The rule of the thumb -> CPU temperature should not cross
diff --git a/Documentation/hwmon/w83793 b/Documentation/hwmon/w83793
index 6cc5f639b721..83bb40c48645 100644
--- a/Documentation/hwmon/w83793
+++ b/Documentation/hwmon/w83793
@@ -2,29 +2,34 @@ Kernel driver w83793
====================

Supported chips:
+
* Winbond W83793G/W83793R
+
Prefix: 'w83793'
+
Addresses scanned: I2C 0x2c - 0x2f
+
Datasheet: Still not published

Authors:
- Yuan Mu (Winbond Electronics)
- Rudolf Marek <r.marek@assembler.cz>
+ - Yuan Mu (Winbond Electronics)
+ - Rudolf Marek <r.marek@assembler.cz>


Module parameters
-----------------

* reset int
- (default 0)
- This parameter is not recommended, it will lose motherboard specific
- settings. Use 'reset=1' to reset the chip when loading this module.
+ (default 0)
+
+ This parameter is not recommended, it will lose motherboard specific
+ settings. Use 'reset=1' to reset the chip when loading this module.

* force_subclients=bus,caddr,saddr1,saddr2
- This is used to force the i2c addresses for subclients of
- a certain chip. Typical usage is `force_subclients=0,0x2f,0x4a,0x4b'
- to force the subclients of chip 0x2f on bus 0 to i2c addresses
- 0x4a and 0x4b.
+ This is used to force the i2c addresses for subclients of
+ a certain chip. Typical usage is `force_subclients=0,0x2f,0x4a,0x4b`
+ to force the subclients of chip 0x2f on bus 0 to i2c addresses
+ 0x4a and 0x4b.


Description
@@ -33,70 +38,72 @@ Description
This driver implements support for Winbond W83793G/W83793R chips.

* Exported features
- This driver exports 10 voltage sensors, up to 12 fan tachometer inputs,
- 6 remote temperatures, up to 8 sets of PWM fan controls, SmartFan
- (automatic fan speed control) on all temperature/PWM combinations, 2
- sets of 6-pin CPU VID input.
+ This driver exports 10 voltage sensors, up to 12 fan tachometer inputs,
+ 6 remote temperatures, up to 8 sets of PWM fan controls, SmartFan
+ (automatic fan speed control) on all temperature/PWM combinations, 2
+ sets of 6-pin CPU VID input.

* Sensor resolutions
- If your motherboard maker used the reference design, the resolution of
- voltage0-2 is 2mV, resolution of voltage3/4/5 is 16mV, 8mV for voltage6,
- 24mV for voltage7/8. Temp1-4 have a 0.25 degree Celsius resolution,
- temp5-6 have a 1 degree Celsiis resolution.
+ If your motherboard maker used the reference design, the resolution of
+ voltage0-2 is 2mV, resolution of voltage3/4/5 is 16mV, 8mV for voltage6,
+ 24mV for voltage7/8. Temp1-4 have a 0.25 degree Celsius resolution,
+ temp5-6 have a 1 degree Celsiis resolution.

* Temperature sensor types
- Temp1-4 have 2 possible types. It can be read from (and written to)
- temp[1-4]_type.
- - If the value is 3, it starts monitoring using a remote termal diode
- (default).
- - If the value is 6, it starts monitoring using the temperature sensor
- in Intel CPU and get result by PECI.
- Temp5-6 can be connected to external thermistors (value of
- temp[5-6]_type is 4).
+ Temp1-4 have 2 possible types. It can be read from (and written to)
+ temp[1-4]_type.
+
+ - If the value is 3, it starts monitoring using a remote termal diode
+ (default).
+ - If the value is 6, it starts monitoring using the temperature sensor
+ in Intel CPU and get result by PECI.
+
+ Temp5-6 can be connected to external thermistors (value of
+ temp[5-6]_type is 4).

* Alarm mechanism
- For voltage sensors, an alarm triggers if the measured value is below
- the low voltage limit or over the high voltage limit.
- For temperature sensors, an alarm triggers if the measured value goes
- above the high temperature limit, and wears off only after the measured
- value drops below the hysteresis value.
- For fan sensors, an alarm triggers if the measured value is below the
- low speed limit.
+ For voltage sensors, an alarm triggers if the measured value is below
+ the low voltage limit or over the high voltage limit.
+ For temperature sensors, an alarm triggers if the measured value goes
+ above the high temperature limit, and wears off only after the measured
+ value drops below the hysteresis value.
+ For fan sensors, an alarm triggers if the measured value is below the
+ low speed limit.

* SmartFan/PWM control
- If you want to set a pwm fan to manual mode, you just need to make sure it
- is not controlled by any temp channel, for example, you want to set fan1
- to manual mode, you need to check the value of temp[1-6]_fan_map, make
- sure bit 0 is cleared in the 6 values. And then set the pwm1 value to
- control the fan.
+ If you want to set a pwm fan to manual mode, you just need to make sure it
+ is not controlled by any temp channel, for example, you want to set fan1
+ to manual mode, you need to check the value of temp[1-6]_fan_map, make
+ sure bit 0 is cleared in the 6 values. And then set the pwm1 value to
+ control the fan.

- Each temperature channel can control all the 8 PWM outputs (by setting the
- corresponding bit in tempX_fan_map), you can set the temperature channel
- mode using temp[1-6]_pwm_enable, 2 is Thermal Cruise mode and 3
- is the SmartFanII mode. Temperature channels will try to speed up or
- slow down all controlled fans, this means one fan can receive different
- PWM value requests from different temperature channels, but the chip
- will always pick the safest (max) PWM value for each fan.
+ Each temperature channel can control all the 8 PWM outputs (by setting the
+ corresponding bit in tempX_fan_map), you can set the temperature channel
+ mode using temp[1-6]_pwm_enable, 2 is Thermal Cruise mode and 3
+ is the SmartFanII mode. Temperature channels will try to speed up or
+ slow down all controlled fans, this means one fan can receive different
+ PWM value requests from different temperature channels, but the chip
+ will always pick the safest (max) PWM value for each fan.

- In Thermal Cruise mode, the chip attempts to keep the temperature at a
- predefined value, within a tolerance margin. So if tempX_input >
- thermal_cruiseX + toleranceX, the chip will increase the PWM value,
- if tempX_input < thermal_cruiseX - toleranceX, the chip will decrease
- the PWM value. If the temperature is within the tolerance range, the PWM
- value is left unchanged.
+ In Thermal Cruise mode, the chip attempts to keep the temperature at a
+ predefined value, within a tolerance margin. So if tempX_input >
+ thermal_cruiseX + toleranceX, the chip will increase the PWM value,
+ if tempX_input < thermal_cruiseX - toleranceX, the chip will decrease
+ the PWM value. If the temperature is within the tolerance range, the PWM
+ value is left unchanged.

- SmartFanII works differently, you have to define up to 7 PWM, temperature
- trip points, defining a PWM/temperature curve which the chip will follow.
- While not fundamentally different from the Thermal Cruise mode, the
- implementation is quite different, giving you a finer-grained control.
+ SmartFanII works differently, you have to define up to 7 PWM, temperature
+ trip points, defining a PWM/temperature curve which the chip will follow.
+ While not fundamentally different from the Thermal Cruise mode, the
+ implementation is quite different, giving you a finer-grained control.

* Chassis
- If the case open alarm triggers, it will stay in this state unless cleared
- by writing 0 to the sysfs file "intrusion0_alarm".
+ If the case open alarm triggers, it will stay in this state unless cleared
+ by writing 0 to the sysfs file "intrusion0_alarm".

* VID and VRM
- The VRM version is detected automatically, don't modify the it unless you
- *do* know the cpu VRM version and it's not properly detected.
+ The VRM version is detected automatically, don't modify the it unless you
+ *do* know the cpu VRM version and it's not properly detected.


Notes
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2.20.1
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