[PATCH v1 00/12] drm/rockchip: RK356x VOP2 support
knaerzche at gmail.com
Mon Nov 22 09:47:43 PST 2021
Am 22.11.21 um 09:10 schrieb Sascha Hauer:
> Hi Alex,
> On Mon, Nov 22, 2021 at 12:18:47AM +0100, Alex Bee wrote:
>> Hi Sascha,
>> Am 17.11.21 um 15:33 schrieb Sascha Hauer:
>>> This series adds initial graphics support for the Rockchip RK356
>>> SoCs. Graphics support is based around the VOP2 controller which
>>> replaces the VOP controller found on earlier Rockchip SoCs. The driver
>>> has been tested with HDMI support included in this series and MIPI-DSI
>>> which is not included because it needs some more work. The driver is
>>> taken from the downstream Rockchip kernel and heavily polished, most non
>>> standard features have been removed for now. I tested the driver with
>>> the libdrm modetest utility and also with weston with both pixman and
>>> panfrost driver support. Michael Riesch reported the driver to work on
>>> the RK3566 as well, but device tree support for this SoC is not yet
>>> included in this series.
>>> The HDMI changes are based on patches from Benjamin Gaignard, but
>>> modified a bit as I found out that the HDMI port on the RK3568 only
>>> needs one additional clock, not two. Also I added regulator support
>>> which is needed to get the HDMI up on the rk3568-EVB board.
>>> All review and testing feedback welcome
>> thanks for working on that - it's very (very,very) much appreciated.
>> It took me some time to figure it out: It seems rk3568-iommu driver s
>> broken - I did only get "white noise" when using it alongside vop
>> (similar like it was reported here before). However: removing the
>> iommu-property from vop makes it working for me with HDMI output on
>> quartz64 as well. Could you check if you have the iommu driver in kernel
>> enabled if it works for you, if the property is present in DT? (I used
>> 5.16-rc1 + this series + ).
> I have the iommu driver enabled and it works for me. I get this during
> [0.263287] rockchip-vop2 fe040000.vop: Adding to iommu group 0
> So I expect it is indeed used.
>> Also vop mmu seems to have the
>> power-domain missing in your series (same as downstream) - however
>> adding that doesn't help much currently.
> Probably the power domain gets enabled anyway when the VOP is activated,
> so adding it to the iommu won't help anything. Nevertheless it seems
> correct to add the property, I'll do so in the next round.
>> As a sidenote: I verfied this with using Ezequiel's vpu addtion for
>> RK356x: It did only work when removing the iommu there as well (getting
>> tons of page faults otherwise) - so iommu driver really seems to broken,
>> at least for RK3566. (Or I'm a missing a option in kernel config, which
>> wasn't required for the older iommu version?)
> I don't think so. I started from defconfig and disabled other
> architectures and unneeded drivers, but I did not enable anything
> specific to iommu.
I've found out now that I can make it work with iommu, by limiting the
available memory to something below 4G (I have a 8G board). So there is
something wrong in the driver or somewhere in memory mapping, iommu api
(since it works when using CMA), ... however: it does clearly not relate
to your patch.
>> But as reported before: For HDMI this does currently only work for pixel
>> clock rates, which are integer-divisable with hpll clock rate (which is
>> the hardcoded parent of vop0's dclk)
>> As discussed in Benjamin's initial submission of the addition of
>> RK3568's hdmi controller  same as with RK3288's and RK3399's hdmi phy
>> needs a reference clock (it's called vpll there) which needs to get
>> switched before the vop switches the mode (since phy rate switching is
>> done before) - it's HPLL in case of RK356x. For whatever reason it's
>> called "ref" for RK356x only downstream  - so you should add another
>> clock "vpll" (renaming it to "ref" for _ALL_ SoCs which have it would be
>> a _GREAT_ idea) which is <&pmucru PLL_HPLL>.
> Yeah, a consumer clock should be named after the usage in the consumer,
> not after the provider name. I also stumbled over this and naming it
> "ref" makes much more sense. We'll likely have to keep supporting "vpll"
> as well for compatibility to old device trees.
>> What brings us to the "real" clock problem and the reason, why
>> non-integer divisable pixel clock rates are not possible ATM: This is a
>> long standing issue for RK3288 and RK3399 as well (and one of the main
>> reasons why 4k modes are not possible for those older SoCs currently):
>> Upstream all PLL rates are controlled with those PLL rate tables in the
>> clock driver and they have to be _exactly_ defined as they are used
>> (HDMI sinks are very picky).
>> You will not see any additional rates downstream for RK3568: they have a
>> mechanism there to automatically calculate the PLL settings if the rate
>> doesn't exist in these tables (IIRC this was submitted upstream also:
>> but it was rejected/ignored by maintainers).
> Looks like we have to try harder to get it upstream. Do you have a
> pointer to this patch?
I don't know if that is the was last submitted version.
>> As a quick hackarround (for
>> testing): You could use this table  we are using in LibreElec for
>> RK3399 to get 4k modes working and assign it to HPLL in RK3568's clock
>> driver (I tested it and it works great). It might be possible to just
>> add those rates (some also without frac dividers) to the common PLL
>> table for RK3568.
> Thanks for noting. This could also explain why currently only 1080p is
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