[PATCH 0/2] ARM: dts: dra7: Add OCMCRAM nodes

Tony Lindgren tony at atomide.com
Fri Jun 10 03:43:17 PDT 2016

* Dave Gerlach <d-gerlach at ti.com> [160510 12:52]:
> Hi,
> This series adds ocmcram nodes to use the mmio-sram driver to dra7.dtsi
> for use by all dra7xx and am57xx platforms. Not all ocmcram regions are
> present on every SoC variant so all possible nodes are added to the parent
> dtsi with the optional nodes marked "disabled". Board dts files that are
> known to have silicon supporting them can then enable them as needed.
> Patch two adds a "dummy" reserved region in the ocmcram1 node that acts
> as a placeholder for the region that is needed by secure software running
> on secure variants of the SoC. It is left as size zero with the intention
> that either:
> - The bootloader will step in and adjust the size based on what the
>   secure software that is in use requires.
> - A board dts with specific requirements will override the node with
>   appropriate size.
> The SRAM bindings in use are described in this patch [1] that is part of a
> series that adds SRAM regions for OMAP3 platforms.

Applying these two into omap-for-v4.8/dt thanks.


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