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SubjectRe: [PATCH 2/2] net: ethernet: fsl: add phy reset after clk enable option
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On 07/07/2017 09:03 AM, Andy Duan wrote:
> From: Richard Leitner <richard.leitner@skidata.com> Sent: Friday, July 07, 2017 1:51 PM
>>> Since it is common issue so long as using the PHY, can you move it into smsc
>> phy driver like in .smsc_phy_reset() function ?
>>> And get the reset pin from phy dts node.
>>
>> Some more points that come into my mind:
>> - The smsc_phy_reset function is registered as "soft_reset". Would it be OK to
>> use nRST in it?
>
> It is not reasonable.
>
>> - Would it be OK to call the phy_init_hw function from within the
>> smsc_phy_reset?
>
> No, phy_init_hw() already call .drv->soft_reset().
>
>> - IMHO I'd have to move the reset gpio binding inside the phy node then. Isn't
>> that a pretty big change doing that for all PHYs/FECs? Would it be "worth" it?
>>
> To make the change to be common, there have big change for phy driver.
> Maybe somebody can give one good suggestion/solution for it.

Sorry, I don't think I understood everything correctly:

1. The "phy-reset-gpios" binding should go inside the phy node. This
will cause to *change ALL FEC and PHY drivers*. Correct?

2. Add an additonal "hard reset" function to the PHY driver which
handles the "phy-reset-gpios". Correct?

3. Who should then trigger the "hard reset" of the PHY? phy_init_hw? The
FEC?

The point is that the LAN8710 is currently not always working correctly,
therefore this small change was proposed. Should we really change all
PHY/FECs only because of this?
Furthermore one problem still remains: The enet_refclk is controlled by
the FEC. How does the PHY recognize when it was disabled/enabled?

>
> Andy
>

kind regards,
Richard.L

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