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SubjectRe: [PATCH net-next v3 0/7] Add support for QCA8334 switch
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On 23.5.2018 17:39, Florian Fainelli wrote:
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>
> On 05/22/2018 11:20 PM, Michal Vokáč wrote:
>> This series basically adds support for a QCA8334 ethernet switch to the
>> qca8k driver. It is a four-port variant of the already supported seven
>> port QCA8337. Register map is the same for the whole familly and all chips
>> have the same device ID.
>>
>> Major part of this series enhances the CPU port setting. Currently the CPU
>> port is not set to any sensible defaults compatible with the xGMII
>> interface. This series forces the CPU port to its maximum bandwidth and
>> also allows to adjust the new defaults using fixed-link device tree
>> sub-node.
>>
>> Alongside these changes I fixed two checkpatch warnings regarding SPDX and
>> redundant parentheses.
>
> Looks great, thanks Michal! Do you have any features or things you are
> working on that would be added later to the driver?

Thank you too Florian. And also big thank to you Andrew. You helped me
a lot to debug the RGMII issue. I have been stuck at that for more than
a month and would not resolve it without your help.

As I have done this in a process of upgrading our BSP to a more recent
kernel, and hopefully mainline, I now need to move on to other parts of
the board. So unfortunately no, I do not have any other enhancements
planned to this driver for now. But as we are probably one of the few
with access to the NDA covered Qualcomm documentation I see a great
opportunity to work on that later. I am afraid "later" means something
like next year in this case as I am basically the only kernel developer
in our company and not yet very experienced.

Thank you all for your time,
Michal

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