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SubjectRe: [PATCH 11/12] i2c: qup: reorganization of driver code to remove polling for qup v1
On 2018-02-16 13:14, Sricharan R wrote:
> Hi Abhishek,
>
> On 2/3/2018 1:28 PM, Abhishek Sahu wrote:
>> Following are the major issues in current driver code
>>
>> 1. The current driver simply assumes the transfer completion
>> whenever its gets any non-error interrupts and then simply do the
>> polling of available/free bytes in FIFO.
>> 2. The block mode is not working properly since no handling in
>> being done for OUT_BLOCK_WRITE_REQ and IN_BLOCK_READ_REQ.
>>
>> Because of above, i2c v1 transfers of size greater than 32 are failing
>> with following error message
>>
>> i2c_qup 78b6000.i2c: timeout for fifo out full
>>
>> To make block mode working properly and move to use the interrupts
>> instead of polling, major code reorganization is required. Following
>> are the major changes done in this patch
>>
>> 1. Remove the polling of TX FIFO free space and RX FIFO available
>> bytes and move to interrupts completely. QUP has
>> QUP_MX_OUTPUT_DONE,
>> QUP_MX_INPUT_DONE, OUT_BLOCK_WRITE_REQ and IN_BLOCK_READ_REQ
>> interrupts to handle FIFO’s properly so check all these interrupts.
>> 2. During write, For FIFO mode, TX FIFO can be directly written
>> without checking for FIFO space. For block mode, the QUP will
>> generate
>> OUT_BLOCK_WRITE_REQ interrupt whenever it has block size of
>> available
>> space.
>> 3. During read, both TX and RX FIFO will be used. TX will be used
>> for writing tags and RX will be used for receiving the data. In
>> QUP,
>> TX and RX can operate in separate mode so configure modes
>> accordingly.
>> 4. For read FIFO mode, wait for QUP_MX_INPUT_DONE interrupt which
>> will be generated after all the bytes have been copied in RX FIFO.
>> For
>> read Block mode, QUP will generate IN_BLOCK_READ_REQ interrupts
>> whenever it has block size of available data.
>>
>> Signed-off-by: Abhishek Sahu <absahu@codeaurora.org>
>> ---
>> drivers/i2c/busses/i2c-qup.c | 399
>> ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++---------------
>> 1 file changed, 257 insertions(+), 142 deletions(-)
>>
>> diff --git a/drivers/i2c/busses/i2c-qup.c
>> b/drivers/i2c/busses/i2c-qup.c
>> index edea3b9..af6c21a 100644
>> --- a/drivers/i2c/busses/i2c-qup.c
>> +++ b/drivers/i2c/busses/i2c-qup.c
>> @@ -73,8 +73,11 @@
>> #define QUP_IN_SVC_FLAG BIT(9)
>> #define QUP_MX_OUTPUT_DONE BIT(10)
>> #define QUP_MX_INPUT_DONE BIT(11)
>> +#define OUT_BLOCK_WRITE_REQ BIT(12)
>> +#define IN_BLOCK_READ_REQ BIT(13)
>>
>> /* I2C mini core related values */
>> +#define QUP_NO_INPUT BIT(7)
>> #define QUP_CLOCK_AUTO_GATE BIT(13)
>> #define I2C_MINI_CORE (2 << 8)
>> #define I2C_N_VAL 15
>> @@ -138,13 +141,51 @@
>> #define DEFAULT_CLK_FREQ 100000
>> #define DEFAULT_SRC_CLK 20000000
>>
>> +/* MAX_OUTPUT_DONE_FLAG has been received */
>> +#define QUP_BLK_EVENT_TX_IRQ_DONE BIT(0)
>> +/* MAX_INPUT_DONE_FLAG has been received */
>> +#define QUP_BLK_EVENT_RX_IRQ_DONE BIT(1)
>> +/* All the TX bytes have been written in TX FIFO */
>> +#define QUP_BLK_EVENT_TX_DATA_DONE BIT(2)
>> +/* All the RX bytes have been read from RX FIFO */
>> +#define QUP_BLK_EVENT_RX_DATA_DONE BIT(3)
>> +
>> +/* All the required events to mark a QUP I2C TX transfer completed */
>> +#define QUP_BLK_EVENT_TX_DONE (QUP_BLK_EVENT_TX_IRQ_DONE | \
>> + QUP_BLK_EVENT_TX_DATA_DONE)
>> +/* All the required events to mark a QUP I2C RX transfer completed */
>> +#define QUP_BLK_EVENT_RX_DONE (QUP_BLK_EVENT_TX_DONE | \
>> + QUP_BLK_EVENT_RX_IRQ_DONE | \
>> + QUP_BLK_EVENT_RX_DATA_DONE)
>> +
>> +/*
>> + * count: no of blocks
>> + * pos: current block number
>> + * tx_tag_len: tx tag length for current block
>> + * rx_tag_len: rx tag length for current block
>> + * data_len: remaining data length for current message
>> + * total_tx_len: total tx length including tag bytes for current QUP
>> transfer
>> + * total_rx_len: total rx length including tag bytes for current QUP
>> transfer
>> + * tx_fifo_free: number of free bytes in current QUP block write.
>> + * fifo_available: number of available bytes in RX FIFO for current
>> + * QUP block read
>> + * is_tx_blk_mode: whether tx uses block or FIFO mode in case of non
>> BAM xfer.
>> + * is_rx_blk_mode: whether rx uses block or FIFO mode in case of non
>> BAM xfer.
>> + * tags: contains tx tag bytes for current QUP transfer
>> + */
>> struct qup_i2c_block {
>> - int count;
>> - int pos;
>> - int tx_tag_len;
>> - int rx_tag_len;
>> - int data_len;
>> - u8 tags[6];
>> + int count;
>> + int pos;
>> + int tx_tag_len;
>> + int rx_tag_len;
>> + int data_len;
>> + int total_tx_len;
>> + int total_rx_len;
>> + int tx_fifo_free;
>> + int fifo_available;
>> + bool is_tx_blk_mode;
>> + bool is_rx_blk_mode;
>> + u8 tags[6];
>> };
>>
>> struct qup_i2c_tag {
>> @@ -187,6 +228,7 @@ struct qup_i2c_dev {
>>
>> /* To check if this is the last msg */
>> bool is_last;
>> + bool is_qup_v1;
>>
>> /* To configure when bus is in run state */
>> int config_run;
>> @@ -195,6 +237,10 @@ struct qup_i2c_dev {
>> bool is_dma;
>> /* To check if the current transfer is using DMA */
>> bool use_dma;
>> + /* Required events to mark QUP transfer as completed */
>> + u32 blk_events;
>> + /* Already completed events in QUP transfer */
>> + u32 cur_blk_events;
>> /* The threshold length above which DMA will be used */
>> unsigned int dma_threshold;
>> unsigned int max_xfer_sg_len;
>> @@ -205,11 +251,18 @@ struct qup_i2c_dev {
>> struct qup_i2c_bam btx;
>>
>> struct completion xfer;
>> + /* function to write data in tx fifo */
>> + void (*write_tx_fifo)(struct qup_i2c_dev *qup);
>> + /* function to read data from rx fifo */
>> + void (*read_rx_fifo)(struct qup_i2c_dev *qup);
>> + /* function to write tags in tx fifo for i2c read transfer */
>> + void (*write_rx_tags)(struct qup_i2c_dev *qup);
>> };
>>
>> static irqreturn_t qup_i2c_interrupt(int irq, void *dev)
>> {
>> struct qup_i2c_dev *qup = dev;
>> + struct qup_i2c_block *blk = &qup->blk;
>> u32 bus_err;
>> u32 qup_err;
>> u32 opflags;
>> @@ -256,12 +309,54 @@ static irqreturn_t qup_i2c_interrupt(int irq,
>> void *dev)
>> goto done;
>> }
>>
>> - if (opflags & QUP_IN_SVC_FLAG)
>> - writel(QUP_IN_SVC_FLAG, qup->base + QUP_OPERATIONAL);
>> + if (!qup->is_qup_v1)
>> + goto done;
>>
>> - if (opflags & QUP_OUT_SVC_FLAG)
>> + if (opflags & QUP_OUT_SVC_FLAG) {
>> writel(QUP_OUT_SVC_FLAG, qup->base + QUP_OPERATIONAL);
>>
>> + /*
>> + * Ideally, would like to check QUP_MAX_OUTPUT_DONE_FLAG.
>> + * However, QUP_MAX_OUTPUT_DONE_FLAG is lagging behind
>> + * QUP_OUTPUT_SERVICE_FLAG. The only reason for
>> + * QUP_OUTPUT_SERVICE_FLAG to be set in FIFO mode is
>> + * QUP_MAX_OUTPUT_DONE_FLAG condition. The code checking
>> + * here QUP_OUTPUT_SERVICE_FLAG and assumes that
>> + * QUP_MAX_OUTPUT_DONE_FLAG.
>> + */
>> + if (!blk->is_tx_blk_mode)
>> + qup->cur_blk_events |= QUP_BLK_EVENT_TX_IRQ_DONE;
>> +
>> + if (opflags & OUT_BLOCK_WRITE_REQ) {
>> + blk->tx_fifo_free += qup->out_blk_sz;
>> + if (qup->msg->flags & I2C_M_RD)
>> + qup->write_rx_tags(qup);
>> + else
>> + qup->write_tx_fifo(qup);
>> + }
>> + }
>> +
>> + if (opflags & QUP_IN_SVC_FLAG) {
>> + writel(QUP_IN_SVC_FLAG, qup->base + QUP_OPERATIONAL);
>> +
>> + if (!blk->is_rx_blk_mode) {
>> + blk->fifo_available += qup->in_fifo_sz;
>> + qup->read_rx_fifo(qup);
>> + } else if (opflags & IN_BLOCK_READ_REQ) {
>> + blk->fifo_available += qup->in_blk_sz;
>> + qup->read_rx_fifo(qup);
>> + }
>> + }
>> +
>> + if (opflags & QUP_MX_OUTPUT_DONE)
>> + qup->cur_blk_events |= QUP_BLK_EVENT_TX_IRQ_DONE;
>> +
>> + if (opflags & QUP_MX_INPUT_DONE)
>> + qup->cur_blk_events |= QUP_BLK_EVENT_RX_IRQ_DONE;
>> +
>> + if (qup->cur_blk_events != qup->blk_events)
>> + return IRQ_HANDLED;
>
> Is it correct that if we do a complete in above case, i mean
> for TX -> based on QUP_MX_OUTPUT_DONE and for RX -> based on
> QUP_MX_INPUT_DONE, would that simplify things by getting rid of
> QUP_BLK_EVENT_RX/TX_DONE and QUP_BLK_EVENT_RX/TX_IRQ_DONE
> altogether ?

We can get rid of QUP_BLK_EVENT_TX_DONE.
For RX, the QUP_MX_INPUT_DONE will be triggered when QUP copies all
the data in FIFO from external i2c slave. So if 64 bytes read has been
scheduled then following is the behaviour

IRQ with QUP_MX_INPUT_DONE and IN_BLOCK_READ_REQ -> read 16 bytes
IRQ with IN_BLOCK_READ_REQ -> read next 16 bytes
IRQ with IN_BLOCK_READ_REQ -> read next 16 bytes
IRQ with IN_BLOCK_READ_REQ -> read last 16 bytes

So for RX, we can't trigger complete by checking QUP_BLK_EVENT_RX_DONE
alone.
We need to track the number of bytes read from FIFO. Instead of putting
this check, I am taking one extra event bit QUP_BLK_EVENT_RX_DONE which
will be set when all the bytes has been read.

I am not sure if checking QUP_MX_INPUT_DONE will always work since
there may be some case, when for small transfers the QUP_MX_INPUT_DONE
will come before QUP_MX_OUTPUT_DONE so checking for both will work
always.

Thanks,
Abhishek

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