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SubjectRe: [PATCH] ARM: multi_v7_defconfig: switch CONFIG_PWM_MESON to built-in
Martin Blumenstingl <> writes:

> Hi Kevin,
> On Thu, Nov 29, 2018 at 1:30 AM Kevin Hilman <> wrote:
>> Martin Blumenstingl <> writes:
>> > Some Meson8b boards (Odroid-C1, EC-100) use a PWM regulator which is the
>> > voltage supply of the CPU cores (this regulator is typically called
>> > "VCCK").
>> > Now that we are preparing support for CPU frequency scaling on Meson8,
>> > Meson8b and Meson8m2 we should build the pwm-meson driver into the
>> > kernel so we can configure the CPU voltage early in the boot process.
>> Can you explain a little more why the configuration of CPU voltage
>> cannot wait a bit so this could be properly probed?
> I was under the impression that cpufreq-dt would still initialize even
> if the regulator is not ready yet. however (after reading the code
> again) this is clearly NOT the case.

Hmm, a quick look at cpufreq-dt suggests that it should -EPROBE_DEFER if
the regulator isn't ready yet. Why doesn't that work?

> there's still a benefit with this change: your Odroid-C1 in your
> KernelCI lab would also be able to change the CPU frequency (so in
> case something breaks we could spot it there).
> will you accept this patch after I updated the description to mention
> that it's for KernelCI test coverage?

Possibly, but I'd still rather see the dependencies worked out correctly
so that this can be module, and cpufreq-dt would defer until it's ready.


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