[PATCH 0/3] Add initial DT support for Qualcomm SPMI PMIC devices
sboyd at codeaurora.org
Tue Mar 3 00:19:58 PST 2015
On 02/26, Ivan T. Ivanov wrote:
> Hi Stephan,
> Sorry for delayed answer.
> On Thu, 2015-02-19 at 16:49 -0800, Stephen Boyd wrote:
> > On 02/03/15 04:17, Ivan T. Ivanov wrote:
> > > Following set of patches add initial DT support for PMIC devices
> > > found on recent Quqalcomm chipsets. Details for SPMI bus and PMIC arbiter
> > > could be found here .
> > Can you please put the specific compatible strings for the pmic model
> > into the nodes in addition to the generic "qcom,spmi-pmic"? We may want
> > to have regmap config tables in the future that describe the
> > cache/read/write abilities of the regsiters. If all we have is the
> > generic binding then we don't have a way to populate these tables.
> > Unless the plan there is to use the revid registers?
> I would really like that we can use "revid" registers, but I don't know...
> From what I can see usually in one physical PMIC chip they
> are 2 USID devices.
> I can successfully discover following USID's on APQ8074 boards:
> pmic-spmi 0-00: qcom,pm8941-v1.0 detected
> pmic-spmi 0-01: qcom,pm8941-v1.0 detected
> pmic-spmi 0-04: qcom,pm8841-v0.0 detected
> pmic-spmi 0-05: qcom,pm8841-v0.0 detected
> Unfortunately on PM8916 only one device is detected, with USID 0.
> But they should be two, judging by downstream DTS files, right?
> pmic-spmi 0-00: qcom,pm8916-v0.0 detected
> pmic-spmi 0-01: unknown device
> For communication with PM8916 I am using recent patches from Gilad .
> Maybe there are still some issues with these patches, which can cause
> this behavior or PM8916 just didn't have these registers for USID 1?
Hmm... do you have 4 total rev-id nodes on apq8074? I only see
one rev-id node per pmic (2 total), so I'm a little lost how the
correct pmic version is detected on the 0-01 and 0-05 devices in
your example above. Maybe I've missed something though, I'll have
to check in a few hours when I'm in the office.
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