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SubjectRe: [PATCH] clk: mediatek: Export CPU mux clocks for CPU frequency control
On Thu, Mar 05, 2015 at 02:29:50PM +0530, Viresh Kumar wrote:
> On 5 March 2015 at 13:12, Sascha Hauer <s.hauer@pengutronix.de> wrote:
> > We have clk_set_parent for changing the parent and clk_set_rate to
> > change the rate. Use the former for changing the parent and the latter
> > for changing the rate. What you are interested in is changing the
> > parent, so use clk_set_parent for this and not abuse a side effect
> > of clk_set_rate.
>
> clk_set_rate() for CPUs clock is responsible to change clock rate
> of the CPU. Whether it plays with PLLs or muxes, its not that relevant.
>
> > My suggestion is to take another approach. Implement clk_set_rate for
> > these muxes and in the set_rate hook:
> >
> > - switch mux to intermediate PLL parent
> > - call clk_set_rate() for the real parent PLL
> > - switch mux back to real parent PLL
> >
> > This way the things happening behind the scenes are completely transparent
> > to the cpufreq driver and you can use cpufreq-dt as is without changes.
>
> CPUFreq wants to change to intermediate frequency by itself against
> some magic change behind the scene. The major requirement for that
> comes from the fact that we want to send PRE/POST freq notifiers on
> which loops-per-jiffie depends.

You could register a clk notifier using clk_notifier_register(). The
notifer callback can then call the cpufreq notifiers. The clk notifiers
can also be used to change the CPU voltage.

Sascha

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