[PATCH 0/3] Use Tegra's microsecond counter for udelay()
swarren at wwwdotorg.org
Thu Jun 12 12:38:28 PDT 2014
On 06/12/2014 09:58 AM, Peter De Schrijver wrote:
> This patchset introduces support for Tegra's microsecond counter as the
> udelay() timer. This is useful on Tegra SoCs which do not have an arch timer
> such as Tegra20 and Tegra30. Using the microsecond counter instead of a delay
> based loop avoids potential problems during cpu frequency changes.
> The set consists of 3 patches:
> Patch 1 introduces a new call which is used by the ARM architecture delay
> timer code to prevent changing the delay timer after calibration is finished
> and thus can be in use.
> Patch 2 adds logic to choose the delay timer with the highest resolution. This
> allows the same registration code to be used on all Tegra SoCs and yet use the
> higher resolution arch timer when available (eg on Tegra114 or Tegra124).
> Patch 3 adds the actual delay timer code.
> Patch set has been verified on ventana (Tegra20), beaver (Tegra30),
> dalmore (Tegra114) and jetson TK1 (Tegra124).
Russell, Paul, do patches 1 and 2 look good to you? If so, if you can
ack them, I'd be happy to queue this series in the Tegra git tree. If
that doesn't work for you, please let me know who will apply these
> Changes since v1:
> * Address review comments
That's not a very useful description of the changes, and there's no "V2"
in the subject...
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