[PATCH v2 0/3] ARM: keystone: add ecc error interrupt handling

Stephen Boyd sboyd at codeaurora.org
Thu Jun 25 14:35:51 PDT 2015

On 06/25/2015 02:30 PM, santosh shilimkar wrote:
> On 6/25/2015 2:02 PM, Stephen Boyd wrote:
>> On 06/25/2015 08:04 AM, santosh shilimkar wrote:
>>> On 6/25/2015 7:31 AM, Vitaly Andrianov wrote:
>>>> This patch series adds support for arm L1/L2 ecc and ddr3 ecc error
>>>> handling
>>>> for Keystone devices
>>>> Change Log
>>>> v2:
>>>> - removing unused and sorting headers of keystone.c are moved to a
>>>> separate
>>>>     patch.
>>>> - l1l2 ecc and ddr3 ecc error handling are split it to separate
>>>> patches
>>>> - removed unused headers from keystone_ecc.c
>>>> - platsmp.c removed from the patch.
>>>> - return IRQ_HANDLED for 1 bit error in l1l2 ecc handler
>>>> - checked and handled existing echttps://lwn.net/Articles/593336/c
>>>> error before enabling ddr3 interrupt
>>>> - 1 bit ddr3 interrupt is disabled, because it is handled by hardware
>>>> and
>>>>     there is no reason to handle it by software
>>> This version looks good to me. As already commented, I would have liked
>>> the patch 2/3(L2 ECC) code in ARM generic code so will give some more
>>> time for others to come back. Otherwise I will queue this up for next
>>> window.
>> Why not make this into an edac driver? I sent out an L1/L2 error
>> detection edac driver for Krait processors a year ago, but it stalled
>> due to some DT binding stuff[1]. This looks fairly similar.
> Indeed the error detection part is very similar(expected as well
> considering the same processor L2 regs). I am not sure we need
> full driver only for that but at least the IRQ error handler
> related code can reside together. Lets see what RMK thinks
> on this.

There's an existing one for highbank (drivers/edac/highbank_l2_edac.c)
and there was a patch set for the pl310 as well[1]. I don't think we
want any architecture specific code for this, just use the EDAC framework.

[1] https://lkml.org/lkml/2014/3/2/87

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