[PATCH v4 0/5] Memory mapped architected timers

Daniel Lezcano daniel.lezcano at linaro.org
Wed Jul 31 18:49:14 EDT 2013

On 08/01/2013 12:38 AM, Stephen Boyd wrote:
> On 07/24, Stephen Boyd wrote:
>> On 07/22, Mark Rutland wrote:
>>> Hi Stephen,
>>> On Fri, Jul 19, 2013 at 12:59:27AM +0100, Stephen Boyd wrote:
>>>> This patchset adds support for memory mapped architected timers. We
>>>> don't have any other global broadcast timer in our system, so we use the
>>>> mmio timer during low power modes. The first patch changes the register
>>>> accessor to an enum per Thomas' request. The second patch is the binding.
>>>> The next two patches lay some groundwork so that the last patch is simpler.
>>>> The final patch adds support for mmio timers.
>>>> Patches are based on v3.11-rc1.
>>> Be aware that as of v3.11-rc2 this doesn't cleanly apply, as the
>>> __cpuinit removal broke the final patch's context in a couple of places.
>>> It would be nice to get rid of the new cpuinit additions too...
>>> With that cleaned up locally, I've gave this a spin on tc2 and a
>>> Foundation model to test the cp15/system timers, hotplugging CPUs and
>>> running a basic test (`time sleep 5`). That all seems to work.
>>> Unfortunately I have no way of testing the memory-mapped timer support,
>>> but I trust you've tested that locally.
>>> For the series:
>>> Acked-by: Mark Rutland <mark.rutland at arm.com>
>> Thanks Mark.
>> Daniel, can you pick up these patches please?
> Ping Daniel?

Yes, thanks for the head up.

I will look at them and pick the patches.

  -- Daniel

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