[PATCH 1/6] drm/rockchip: import dma_buf to gem
mark.yao at rock-chips.com
Thu Jun 18 19:50:54 PDT 2015
On 2015年06月18日 18:57, Russell King - ARM Linux wrote:
> This is wrong.
> First, if you can only cope with a single scatterlist entry, you need to
> enforce that. You can do that in your gem_prime_import_sg_table() method
> by checking sgt->nents.
I'm confuse that how to get coherent iova address from nocoherent
scatterlist with iommu.
I saw the arm_iommu_map_sg, it says that:
The scatter gather list elements are merged together (if
tagged with the appropriate dma address and length.
I guess the map_sg maybe merge scatterlist into coherent iova address,
but I don't know how to
check the "if possible", and the sgt->nents not be 1 when already map to
coherent iova address.
checking sgt-nents = 1 can sure that iova is coherent, but when coherent
iova address from
nocoherent scatterlist, I think sgt->nents maybe greater than 1, is
there a method can deal it?
All above is my guess, maybe wrong, I only tested it with CMA buffer import.
> Secondly, you're mapping an already mapped scatterlist - scatterlists
> are mapped by the exporter inside dma_buf_map_attachment() for your
Right, found the dma_map_sg on dma_buf_map_attachment().
> Thirdly, I hate drm_gem_prime_import() being used on ARM... it forces
> drivers to do something very buggy: the DMA buffer is mapped for DMA
> when the buffer is imported. If the buffer is a write-combine or cached
> buffer, writes to the buffer after the import will not become visible to
> the display hardware until sometime later (when they're evicted from the
> caches and/or pushed out of the bus structure.) The DMA mapping should
> be performed as close to the start of DMA as possible. However, this is
> a long-standing issue I have with dma_buf itself and is not something you
> should be too concerned with in your patch. Just bear it in mind if you
> start to see corruption of imported buffers - the answer is not more
> dma_map_sg() calls, but to get dma_buf fixed.
Yeah, Got it.
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