[PATCH V5 1/3] OPP: Redefine bindings to overcome shortcomings
robherring2 at gmail.com
Fri May 22 08:55:34 PDT 2015
On Thu, May 21, 2015 at 12:46 AM, Viresh Kumar <viresh.kumar at linaro.org> wrote:
> On 21-05-15, 00:27, Nishanth Menon wrote:
>> > +This describes the OPPs belonging to a device. This node can have following
>> > +properties:
>> different angle: How about just target-freq-Hz? just drop the "opp"
>> prefix for properties of an OPP node? No strong feelings here. (some
>> folks did have variations of a few Hz based on clock tree - example with
>> a crystal frequency of 19.2MHz you'd probably get 1001MHz exact, with a
>> 26MHz crystal, you'd get 1000MHz -> ofcourse round-rate is supposed to
>> help with that... but anyways.. why not say we are trying to indicate
>> target frequency? I do recollect during initial days of OPP
>> (pre-dt-adoption days) folks did complain about this - we kinda worked
>> around this with round-rated handling - but we might as well anticipate it.
> Rob suggested opp- prefix and it looks good to me, lets see what
> others have to say :)
You can decide the color of the bike shed.
>> Thanks for adding the examples - My customer support team especially
>> will appreciate having such examples ;).
> I can understand that :)
>> I agree with Mike here -> why not move clocks and supply to cpu0_opp?
>> It seems wrong to me that the clock and supply data is owned by the cpu
>> node, and not the opp descriptor. Everything about the opp transition
>> should belong to a provider node. Then the cpu simply needs to consume
>> that via a phandle.
>> I am not sure if we discussed that point further OR if we kinda got
>> hooked on to the "should it be in kernel" point of debate in V4.
> I did send a reply to that, but no one replied after that. Probably
> you want to reply on that ?
Clock and regulator bindings describe connections in the h/w. OPPs are
not a h/w block, but rather properties of the h/w. The connections
here are to the cpu's.
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