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SubjectRe: [PATCH V6 01/21] irqchip: tegra: Do not disable COP IRQ during suspend
В Wed, 24 Jul 2019 16:09:53 -0700
Sowjanya Komatineni <skomatineni@nvidia.com> пишет:

> On 7/22/19 4:35 PM, Dmitry Osipenko wrote:
> > 22.07.2019 21:38, Marc Zyngier пишет:
> >> On Mon, 22 Jul 2019 09:21:21 -0700
> >> Sowjanya Komatineni <skomatineni@nvidia.com> wrote:
> >>
> >>> On 7/22/19 3:57 AM, Dmitry Osipenko wrote:
> >>>> 22.07.2019 13:13, Marc Zyngier пишет:
> >>>>> On 22/07/2019 10:54, Dmitry Osipenko wrote:
> >>>>>> 21.07.2019 22:40, Sowjanya Komatineni пишет:
> >>>>>>> Tegra210 platforms use sc7 entry firmware to program Tegra
> >>>>>>> LP0/SC7 entry sequence and sc7 entry firmware is run from
> >>>>>>> COP/BPMP-Lite.
> >>>>>>>
> >>>>>>> So, COP/BPMP-Lite still need IRQ function to finish SC7
> >>>>>>> suspend sequence for Tegra210.
> >>>>>>>
> >>>>>>> This patch has fix for leaving the COP IRQ enabled for
> >>>>>>> Tegra210 during interrupt controller suspend operation.
> >>>>>>>
> >>>>>>> Acked-by: Thierry Reding <treding@nvidia.com>
> >>>>>>> Signed-off-by: Sowjanya Komatineni <skomatineni@nvidia.com>
> >>>>>>> ---
> >>>>>>> drivers/irqchip/irq-tegra.c | 20 ++++++++++++++++++--
> >>>>>>> 1 file changed, 18 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
> >>>>>>>
> >>>>>>> diff --git a/drivers/irqchip/irq-tegra.c
> >>>>>>> b/drivers/irqchip/irq-tegra.c index
> >>>>>>> e1f771c72fc4..851f88cef508 100644 ---
> >>>>>>> a/drivers/irqchip/irq-tegra.c +++
> >>>>>>> b/drivers/irqchip/irq-tegra.c @@ -44,6 +44,7 @@ static
> >>>>>>> unsigned int num_ictlrs;
> >>>>>>> struct tegra_ictlr_soc {
> >>>>>>> unsigned int num_ictlrs;
> >>>>>>> + bool supports_sc7;
> >>>>>>> };
> >>>>>>>
> >>>>>>> static const struct tegra_ictlr_soc tegra20_ictlr_soc = {
> >>>>>>> @@ -56,6 +57,7 @@ static const struct tegra_ictlr_soc
> >>>>>>> tegra30_ictlr_soc = {
> >>>>>>> static const struct tegra_ictlr_soc tegra210_ictlr_soc = {
> >>>>>>> .num_ictlrs = 6,
> >>>>>>> + .supports_sc7 = true,
> >>>>>>> };
> >>>>>>>
> >>>>>>> static const struct of_device_id ictlr_matches[] = {
> >>>>>>> @@ -67,6 +69,7 @@ static const struct of_device_id
> >>>>>>> ictlr_matches[] = {
> >>>>>>> struct tegra_ictlr_info {
> >>>>>>> void __iomem *base[TEGRA_MAX_NUM_ICTLRS];
> >>>>>>> + const struct tegra_ictlr_soc *soc;
> >>>>>>> #ifdef CONFIG_PM_SLEEP
> >>>>>>> u32 cop_ier[TEGRA_MAX_NUM_ICTLRS];
> >>>>>>> u32 cop_iep[TEGRA_MAX_NUM_ICTLRS];
> >>>>>>> @@ -147,8 +150,20 @@ static int tegra_ictlr_suspend(void)
> >>>>>>> lic->cop_ier[i] = readl_relaxed(ictlr +
> >>>>>>> ICTLR_COP_IER); lic->cop_iep[i] = readl_relaxed(ictlr +
> >>>>>>> ICTLR_COP_IEP_CLASS);
> >>>>>>> - /* Disable COP interrupts */
> >>>>>>> - writel_relaxed(~0ul, ictlr +
> >>>>>>> ICTLR_COP_IER_CLR);
> >>>>>>> + /*
> >>>>>>> + * AVP/COP/BPMP-Lite is the Tegra boot
> >>>>>>> processor.
> >>>>>>> + *
> >>>>>>> + * Tegra210 system suspend flow uses
> >>>>>>> sc7entry firmware which
> >>>>>>> + * is executed by COP/BPMP and it includes
> >>>>>>> disabling COP IRQ,
> >>>>>>> + * clamping CPU rail, turning off VDD_CPU,
> >>>>>>> and preparing the
> >>>>>>> + * system to go to SC7/LP0.
> >>>>>>> + *
> >>>>>>> + * COP/BPMP wakes up when COP IRQ is
> >>>>>>> triggered and runs
> >>>>>>> + * sc7entry-firmware. So need to keep COP
> >>>>>>> interrupt enabled.
> >>>>>>> + */
> >>>>>>> + if (!lic->soc->supports_sc7)
> >>>>>>> + /* Disable COP interrupts if SC7 is
> >>>>>>> not supported */
> >>>>>> All Tegra SoCs support SC7, hence the 'supports_sc7' and the
> >>>>>> comment doesn't sound correct to me. Something like
> >>>>>> 'firmware_sc7' should suit better here.
> >>>>> If what you're saying is true, then the whole patch is wrong,
> >>>>> and the SC7 property should come from DT.
> >>>> It should be safe to assume that all of existing Tegra210
> >>>> devices use the firmware for SC7, hence I wouldn't say that the
> >>>> patch is entirely wrong. To me it's not entirely correct.
> >>> Yes, all existing Tegra210 platforms uses sc7 entry firmware for
> >>> SC7 and AVP/COP IRQ need to be kept enabled as during suspend ATF
> >>> triggers IRQ to COP for SC7 entry fw execution.
> > Okay, as I already wrote before, it looks to me that a more proper
> > solution should be to just remove everything related to COP from
> > this driver instead of adding custom quirks for T210.
> >
> > The disabling / restoring of COP interrupts should be relevant only
> > for the multimedia firmware on older Tegra SoCs. That firmware
> > won't be ever supported in the upstream simply because NVIDIA
> > abandoned the support for older hardware in the downstream and
> > because it is not possible due to some legal weirdness (IIUC). The
> > only variant for upstream is reverse-engineering of hardware (not
> > the firmware BLOB) and writing proper opensource drivers for the
> > upstream kernel, which we're already doing and have success to a
> > some extent.
> >> That's not the question. Dmitry says that the SC7 support is not a
> >> property of the SoC, but mostly a platform decision on whether the
> >> firmware supports SC7 or not.
> >>
> >> To me, that's a clear indication that this should not be hardcoded
> >> in the driver, but instead obtained dynamically, via DT or
> >> otherwise.
> > We already have an nvidia,suspend-mode property in the device-tree
> > of the Power Management Controller node (all Tegra SoCs) which
> > defines what suspending type is supported by a particular board.
> >
> >>>>>>> + writel_relaxed(~0ul, ictlr +
> >>>>>>> ICTLR_COP_IER_CLR);
> >>>>>> Secondly, I'm also not sure why COP interrupts need to be
> >>>>>> disabled for pre-T210 at all, since COP is unused. This looks
> >>>>>> to me like it was cut-n-pasted from downstream kernel without
> >>>>>> a good reason and could be simply removed.
> >>>>> Please verify that this is actually the case. Tegra-2
> >>>>> definitely needed some level of poking, and I'm not keen on
> >>>>> changing anything there until you (or someone else) has
> >>>>> verified it on actual HW (see e307cc8941fc).
> >>>> Tested on Tegra20 and Tegra30, LP1 suspend-resume works
> >>>> perfectly fine with all COP bits removed from the driver.
> >>>>
> >>>> AFAIK, the reason why downstream needed that disabling is that
> >>>> it uses proprietary firmware which is running on the COP and
> >>>> that firmware is usually a BLOB audio/video DEC-ENC driver which
> >>>> doesn't cleanup interrupts after itself. That firmware is not
> >>>> applicable for the upstream kernel, hence there is no need to
> >>>> care about it.
> >>>>> Joseph, can you please shed some light here?
> >>> SC7 entry flow uses 3rd party ATF (arm-trusted FW) blob which is
> >>> the one that actually loads SC7 entry firmware and triggers IRQ to
> >>> AVP/COP which causes COP to wakeup and run SC7 entry FW.
> >>>
> >>> So when SC7 support is enabled, IRQ need to be kept enabled and
> >>> when SC7 FW starts execution, it will disable COP IRQ.
> >> This looks like a lot of undocumented assumptions on what firmware
> >> does, as well as what firmware *is*. What I gather from this
> >> thread is that there is at least two versions of firmware (a
> >> "proprietary firmware" for "downstream kernels", and another one
> >> for mainline), and that they do different things.
> >>
> >> Given that we cannot know what people actually run, I don't think
> >> we can safely remove anything unless this gets tested on the full
> >> spectrum of HW/FW combination.
> > I'm not sure whether multiple firmware variations exist in the wild
> > for Tegra210. Maybe Sowjanya or somebody else from NVIDIA could
> > clarify. I think there should be some efforts in regards to a fully
> > opensource firmware on Tegra210, but I'm not following it and have
> > no idea about the status.
> >
> > You're right that there are multiple variants of suspend-resuming
> > flow on Tegra SoCs. The older 32bit Tegra SoC generations have a
> > variety of options in regards to suspend-resuming, including
> > firmware-less variants on platforms that are having kernel running
> > in secure mode (dev boards, most of Tegra20 consumer devices) and
> > Trusted-Foundations firmware variant for insecure platforms
> > (consumer devices). And yes, vendor firmware creates a lot of
> > headache in regards to bringing support into upstream because it
> > usually does a lot of odd undocumented things which may also vary
> > depending on a firmware version (bootloader, etc) and it also
> > usually difficult to replace it with an opensource alternative due
> > to a crypto signing.
>
> Tried without this patch which keeps COP IRQ disabled and I see SC7
> entry FW execution happens still.
>
> Digging through the ATF FW code, I see on SC7 entry firmware loading
> into IRAM, COP processor is reset with RESET VECTOR set to SC7 entry
> firmware location in IRAM and on reset de-assert & unhalt COP, SC7
> firmware starts execution.
>
> Will remove this patch in next version...
>

Good, sounds like you also verified that SC7 COP firmware doesn't use
interrupts.

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