PMU setting in bcm2387 dtsi file
stefan.wahren at i2se.com
Wed Aug 16 09:00:12 PDT 2017
Am 16.08.2017 um 17:23 schrieb Vince Weaver:
> On Tue, 15 Aug 2017, Stefan Wahren wrote:
>>> I did ask at the bare-metal forum, and they pointed me to this document:
>> Okay, i take a quick look but i can't see the interrupt type (edge
>> rising/falling, level high/low). It would be nice to have a confirmation
>> about this.
> I can ask again, although some of the people on the bare-metal forum are
> grumpy that I'm asking supposedly Linux-related questions there.
You could argue this is hardware-related. Otherwise the mods should move
this to the right forum.
>>> $ cat /proc/interrupts
>>> CPU0 CPU1 CPU2 CPU3
>>> 9: 562 4 1616 10 bcm2836-pmu 9 Edge arm-pmu
>> Just a question: did you only test 64 bit mode or 32 bit, too?
> I only tested 64-bit. I could try a 32-bit upstream kernel too if you
> want but it might be a few days until I get a chance to do that.
No need to hurry. The merges for 4.14 have been pulled.
> On a recent pi-foundation 32-bit kernel things work too:
Unfortunately this isn't helpful because the foundation devicetrees
contains a lot of #ifdef magic.
> $ cat /proc/interrupts
> CPU0 CPU1 CPU2 CPU3
> 21: 19567 26095 36936 23190 bcm2836-pmu 9 Edge
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