[PATCH v2 03/11] ARM: davinci: da850: use clk->set_parent for async3
nsekhar at ti.com
Wed Mar 23 10:29:35 PDT 2016
On Wednesday 23 March 2016 10:50 PM, David Lechner wrote:
> On 03/23/2016 10:56 AM, Sekhar Nori wrote:
>> On Thursday 17 March 2016 07:56 AM, David Lechner wrote:
>>> The da850 family of processors has an async3 clock domain that can be
>>> muxed to either pll0_sysclk2 or pll1_sysclk2. Now that the davinci
>>> have a set_parent callback, we can use this to control the async3 mux
>>> instead of a stand-alone function.
>>> This adds a new async3_clk and sets the appropriate child clocks. The
>>> default is use to pll1_sysclk2 since it is not affected by processor
>>> frequency scaling.
>>> Signed-off-by: David Lechner <david at lechnology.com>
>>> +static int da850_async3_set_parent(struct clk *clk, struct clk *parent)
>>> + u32 __iomem *cfgchip3;
>>> + u32 val;
>>> + /*
>>> + * Can't use DA8XX_SYSCFG0_VIRT() here since this can be called
>>> + * da8xx_syscfg0_base is initialized.
>>> + */
>>> + cfgchip3 = ioremap(DA8XX_SYSCFG0_BASE + DA8XX_CFGCHIP3_REG, 4);
>> Is this just a theoretical possibility or have you seen this happen? I
>> would like to see if there are ways of avoiding this rather than throw
>> away usage of DA8XX_SYSCFG0_VIRT()
> Yes, it will not boot without this. The problem comes from the fact that
> clocks are setup in davinci_common_init() which is called before
> da8xx_syscfg0_base = ioremap(DA8XX_SYSCFG0_BASE, SZ_4K) in da850_init()
> (and da830_init()). I also tried moving the ioremap() before
> davinci_common_init(), but davinci_common_init() sets up the iomem, so
> that doesn't work either.
> So, if you want to use DA8XX_SYSCFG0_VIRT() here, the clock init would
> have to be split out from davinci_common_init() which would affect all
> davinci devices.
Alright, I guess 'can be called' in the comment should have used
stronger language :) How about late registration of USB clocks as I
suggested. It should also help consolidate code across da830 and da850.
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