[PATCH 0/3] Thermal reset support in PMC

Mikko Perttunen mperttunen at nvidia.com
Wed Aug 13 01:12:37 PDT 2014

On 13/08/14 11:07, Thierry Reding wrote:
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> On Tue, Aug 05, 2014 at 11:12:57AM +0300, Mikko Perttunen wrote:
>> Hi,
>> this series adds support for hardware-triggered thermal reset to the PMC
>> driver. Namely, it adds device tree properties for specifying the I2C
>> command to be sent when thermtrip is triggered. It is to be noted
>> that thermtrip won't be ever triggered without a soctherm driver to
>> calibrate the sensors, but I'll follow up with that patch.
>> pmc.c required some juggling around to make the match data usable in
>> probe, since I didn't want to put the code into the initcall either, since
>> the soctherm driver won't be initialized by that point anyway.
>> Series tested on Jetson-TK1. Should work on Tegra30 and Tegra114 too.
> Can you describe the procedure used to test this? We currently have a
> bunch of features in Tegra that some people have tested at some point
> during development but the test procedures never got documented. That
> means whenever we want to test something we need to go and reinvent a
> bunch of tests after the fact.
> So what I'd like to start doing is collect tests (preferably in some
> scripted way) so that they can be kept in a repository that people can
> easily clone and run on devices.
> Could you provide something like that for thermtrip?

Sure. I'll see if I can make a just a test script or if a local patch is 
needed to test. Btw, I also have a pretty nice test script for EMC 
ready, and I agree that such a repository would be very nice.

> Thierry
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Cheers, Mikko

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