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SubjectRe: [RFC PATCH 5/6] arm64: dts: ti: Add Support for AM654 SoC
Hi Tony,

On Monday 20 August 2018 08:01 PM, Tony Lindgren wrote:
> * Kishon Vijay Abraham I <> [180808 06:35]:
>> On Tuesday 05 June 2018 07:35 PM, Rob Herring wrote:
>>> Really need 64-bit addresses and sizes? Use ranges to limit the
>>> address space if possible.
>> We now have address-cells as <1>,
>> However each PCIe instance has 2 data regions and one of the regions
>> in the "MAIN Domain Memory Map" table of TRM
>> is above the 32bit region and requires 2 cells to specify the start address.
>> This region is used to access MEM_SPACE of PCIe endpoint when operating in root
>> complex mode and access memory of PCI root complex when operating in endpoint mode.
>> In order to describe this, should we change the address-cells back to <2> or do
>> you suggest any other alternatives?
> It's probably best to have the top level cbass interconnect use
> #size-cells = <2> and then have it's child interconnects have
> #size-cells = <1> if they don't need ranges above 4GB.

PCIe has a region starting at 0x40_00000000 and size 4GB. We need 2 address
cells and 2 size cells to describe this no?
> BTW, what's the difference between all these three similar PCIE
> ranges?
> PCIE0_CORE_CORE_DAT_SLV_PCIE_CORE 0x0005500000 0x0005600000 1 MB
> PCIE1_CORE_CORE_DAT_SLV_PCIE_CORE 0x0005600000 0x0005700000 1 MB

This is the register space for the two instances of PCIe controller.
> PCIE0_CORE_CORE_DAT_SLV_PCIE_DAT0 0x0010000000 0x0018000000 128 MB
> PCIE1_CORE_CORE_DAT_SLV_PCIE_DAT0 0x0018000000 0x0020000000 128 MB
> PCIE0_CORE_CORE_DAT_SLV_PCIE_DAT1 0x4000000000 0x4100000000 4 GB
> PCIE1_CORE_CORE_DAT_SLV_PCIE_DAT1 0x4100000000 0x4200000000 4 GB

The above are regions which can be used by CPU/DMA to access the PCIe address
space. The mapping from the above regions to the PCIe address space will be
programmed in the PCIe controller.


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