[PATCH V5 0/4] ARM: Kirkwood: Add support for DNS-320 and DNS-325 using devicetree
jason at lakedaemon.net
Wed Apr 18 10:04:40 EDT 2012
On Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 03:24:45PM +0200, Andrew Lunn wrote:
> > > dies at "Gating clock of unused units", presumably as CGC_RUNIT isn't set.
> > > Is this something known or is it worth further investigation?
> > That could potentially mess up a future bisect. However, it would only
> > crop up for dnskw boards. I'll let Grant weigh in on this since he's
> > the one who asked that the nand init be removed.
> Turning off RUNIT is bad. Both the NAND and SPI controllers use this
> clock. You can only safely turn it off if none of these are active.
If we hear no objections, call kirkwood_nand_init() with no partition
entries, then put the partition entries in the commandline in the dts.
This is what Arnaud Patard is doing with the Iomega iConnect:
mtdparts=orion_nand:0xc0000 at 0x0(uboot),0x20000 at 0xa0000(env),0x300000 at 0x100000(zImage),0x300000 at 0x540000(initrd)...
Then, in the last patch remove the mtdparts from the commandline in the
dts and add the partition entries appropriately.
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