[PATCH v2 0/9] DMA engine cookie handling cleanups
vinod.koul at intel.com
Wed Mar 7 08:54:26 EST 2012
On Tue, 2012-03-06 at 22:33 +0000, Russell King - ARM Linux wrote:
> [v2 - more or less same description. Including lakml in cc for the full
> This patch series cleans up the handling of cookies in DMA engine drivers.
> This is done by providing a set of inline library functions for common
> - moving the 'last completed cookie' into struct dma_chan - everyone
> has this in their driver private channel data structure
> - consolidate allocation of cookies to DMA descriptors
> - common way to update 'last completed cookie' value
> - standard way to implement tx_status callback and update the residue
> - consolidate initialization of cookies
> - update implementations differing from the majority of DMA engine drivers
> to behave the same as the majority implementation in respect of cookies
> What this means is that we get to the point where all DMA engine drivers
> will hand out cookie value '2' as the first, and incrementing cookie
> values up to INT_MAX, returning to cookie '1' as the next cookie.
> Think of this patch series as round 1... I am hoping over time that more
> code can be consolidated between the DMA engine drivers and end up with a
> consistent way to handle various common themes in DMA engine hardware
> (like physical channel<->peripheral request signal selection.)
I have tested this on atom today, and as expected works flawlessly :)
After all acks, I can merge or these can go thru your tree with my Ack.
Either way is okay.
I applied the v2 on a branch and also rebased on top of slave-dma.next.
There were few conflicts in imx-dma.c. Sacha, Javier, pls see that merge
This branch (rmk_cookie_fixes2_rebased) is not yet pushed, as I am not
able to connect to infradead.org, should be done when server is back.
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