[PATCH v5 0/12] cpufreq: Add support for Exynos 5800, 5420, and 5422
ben at smart-cactus.org
Thu Dec 3 03:21:33 PST 2015
Viresh Kumar <viresh.kumar at linaro.org> writes:
> On 03-12-15, 11:26, Ben Gamari wrote:
>> Viresh Kumar <viresh.kumar at linaro.org> writes:
>> > But, before I start reviewing this series, I have few comments.
>> > - We weren't able to use cpufreq-dt driver for big LITTLE platforms
>> > earlier, as it never had multi cluster support and we wanted
>> > clock-sharing information via DT.
>> Fair enough.
>> > - That is all fixed now.
>> I did not see any mention of this in the cpufreq-dt driver binding
>> documentation, otherwise I would have tried going this route.
>> Do you have any references? I'd be happy to examine what would be
>> necessary to go this route although, being an independent contributor,
>> it may take time.
> You wouldn't find in cpufreq-dt documentation as its not specific to
> that. I have seen you DT patches now, and you have created the OPP
> tables mostly correctly. Just create the cpufreq-platform device for
> cpufreq-dt instead of arm-big-little one. And it should just work.
Do you mean something along these lines? 
>> Sounds reasonable to me. However, I'd just like to reiterate that this
>> line of work can be pursued independently from the upstreaming of this
> I think this is the right time to upstream the right solution. Just
> try it once, if you face lots of difficulties or issues, then we can
> ofcourse see..
Sure. I didn't realize things were so close to being functional. Thanks
for the hint. I'll give it a shot next time my XU4 is free.
> NOTE: Check how OPP nodes are required to be created now in
> linux-next. They should be named like opp@<freq-hz>. Something I
> noticed in your DTs.
I've fixed this in the branch.
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