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SubjectRe: 答复: 答复: [PATCH v8 2/5] dt-bindings: scsi : ufs: add document for hisi-ufs
On Mon, Mar 26, 2018 at 12:26 PM, liwei (CM) <> wrote:
> 发件人: [] 代表 Arnd Bergmann
> > 主题: Re: 答复: [PATCH v8 2/5] dt-bindings: scsi: ufs: add document for hisi-ufs
> > On Fri, Mar 23, 2018 at 3:22 AM, liwei (CM) <> wrote:
> >> The clock names sound generic enough, should we have both in the generic binding?
> >>
> >> Do you mean that add a "phy_clk" to ufshcd-pltfrm 's bindings?
> >> At present, it seems that in the implementation of generic code, apart
> >> from "ref_clk" may have special processing, other clk will not have special processing and
> >> simply parse and enable; Referring to ufs-qcom binding, I think "phy_clk" can be named
> >> "iface_clk", this "iface_clk" exists in ufshcd-pltfrm bindings;If so, "ref_clk", "iface_clk" are
> >> both in the generic binding,we will remove them here. Is that okay?
> > I'm looking at the generic binding again, and it seems we never quite managed to fix some
> > minor problems with it. See below for a possible way to clarify it.
> phy_clk is actually given to the phy. But as previously mentioned , we do not have a
> separate phy to configure ; The clks in the patch you give appear to be unsuitable for
> describing this .
> Here we can't describe phy_clk in the node "ufsphy1: ufsphy@fc597000" like qcom.
> So can we put it here in our own binding like this?

I think the concept of having a phy clk is generic enough that it's
better to have
that in the common part, others will surely have the same thing, and
in this case,
qcom would be the exception that does not use one.

There are apparently a couple of things related to the phy that may or may not
require a clk:

- ref_clk: The reference clock on the mipi bus, this is what qcom
have, this would
be the 19.2 MHz clock signal.
- one clock to drive the logic block for the PHY itself, if it is
included within
the same logical portion of an SoC as the ufshcd, but uses a separate clock.
- Looking at the Android kernel as distributed by google/qualcomm, they have
four separate clocks described as

PHY to controller symbol synchronization clocks:
"rx_lane0_sync_clk" - RX Lane 0
"rx_lane1_sync_clk" - RX Lane 1
"tx_lane0_sync_clk" - TX Lane 0
"tx_lane1_sync_clk" - TX Lane 1

Which of the above would your phy_clk refer to?



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