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SubjectRe: [RESEND PATCH v2 0/3] Broadcom AVS CPUfreq driver
On 30-09-16, 14:55, Markus Mayer wrote:
> This series contains the CPUfreq driver for Broadcom SoCs that use "AVS
> Firmware" for voltage and frequency scaling. All voltage and frequency
> transitions are performed by the firmware and are therefore hidden from
> Linux.
> The driver provides a standard CPUfreq interface to other kernel
> components and to userland on the one hand and communicates with the
> AVS co-processor on the other.
> Communication between the two processors is via shared mailbox
> registers and interrupts (ARM -> AVS to tell the firmware that there is
> a command to process and AVS -> ARM to tell the driver that a command
> finished executing).
> seems to be down for me. Here are patchwork links to the original
> series:

My fault really. I wanted to review it earlier but couldn't :(

I should be doing it this week though.


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