[PATCH 2/2] ARM: Exynos: Hook up power domains to generic power domain infrastructure

Sylwester Nawrocki snjw23 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 28 06:09:07 EST 2011

Hi Thomas,

On 12/28/2011 06:25 AM, Thomas Abraham wrote:
>>> +
>>> +static struct exynos4_pm_domain exynos4_pd_gps = {
>>> +     .base = (void __iomem *)S5P_PMU_GPS_CONF,
>>> +     .name = "pd-gps",
>>> +     .pd = {
>>> +             .power_off = exynos4_pd_power_off,
>>> +             .power_on = exynos4_pd_power_on,
>>> +     },
>>> +};
>> I'm not sure if arch/arm/mach-exynos/pm.c is the right place to add this.
>> IMHO it would be much better to put PD in separate file, pm-runtime.c
>> or something like this.
> Ok. I will move this to a new file pm-runtime.c.


>> Can we assume various exynos versions will have same S5P_PMU_*_CONF
>> addresses? For old s3c64xx SoCs such assumption could be valid but I'm
>> a bit uncertain about Exynos series.
> The addresses could be different, but it can be mapped to a
> S5P_PMU_*_CONF. Maybe I did not understand your question here.

I meant that for handling the newer SoCs (e.g. exynos5) at runtime we might need
to create new power domain definitions. That's why I suggested new file
for runtime PM. mach-shmobile has even separate compilation unit per SoC,
with register definitions put directly in C file. I'm not sure we need separate
pm-exynos4.c, pm-exynos5.c... For now your patch looks good.



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