[PATCH V5 0/3] arm: dts: dra7: Updates for adding crossbar device

Sricharan R r.sricharan at ti.com
Tue May 6 21:40:27 PDT 2014

On Wednesday 07 May 2014 03:15 AM, Darren Etheridge wrote:
> Sricharan R <r.sricharan at ti.com> wrote on Tue [2014-May-06 19:26:16 +0530]:
>> Some socs have a large number of interrupts requests to service
>> the needs of its many peripherals and subsystems. All of the interrupt
>> requests lines from the subsystems are not needed at the same
>> time, so they have to be muxed to the controllers appropriately.
>> In such places a interrupt controllers are preceded by an
>> IRQ CROSSBAR that provides flexibility in muxing the device interrupt
>> requests to the controller inputs.
>> The dts file update to support the crossbar device and convert
>> peripheral irq numbers to crossbar number are added here.
>> This is a rebase of V4 series on top of 3.15-rc4
>> This series depends on crossbar-driver-fixes sent below
>> http://marc.info/?l=linux-omap&m=139929963420299&w=2
>> Sricharan R (3):
>>   arm: dts: dra7: Add crossbar device binding
>>   arm: dts: dra7: Replace peripheral interrupt numbers with crossbar
>>     inputs
>>   arm: dts: dra7: Add routable-irqs property for gic node
> OK, assuming the bisectability issues discussed earlier on this thread
> are addressed.  I have tested the earlier crossbar patch series in
> conjunction with this dts series with VIP capture and DSS display
> running together on DRA7.  Looks good with this combination of
> devices. VIP is one of the modules that must have a crossbar mapping as
> there is no default interrupt mapping for it, therefore VIP makes a good
> test case.
> So please feel free to add:
> Tested-by: Darren Etheridge <detheridge at ti.com>

  Thanks for the testing. Will reorder and repost.


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