Re: [PATCH 3/3] mtd: nand: add NAND driver for Broadcom STB NAND controller
From: Ray Jui
Date: Mon Mar 09 2015 - 13:58:12 EST
On 3/9/2015 10:49 AM, Brian Norris wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 08, 2015 at 01:44:02AM +0100, RafaÅ MiÅecki wrote:
>> On 7 March 2015 at 18:39, RafaÅ MiÅecki <zajec5@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> It seems that brcmnand_ctlrdy_irq never fires on my device. Just like
>>> controller was never generating any IRQ.
>>> I started comparing your driver with OpenWrt's bcm_nand.c (which
>>> should be very similar to Broadcom's SDK NAND driver for ARM). Below
>>> are few things I've noticed.
>>> 1) In bcm_nand.c IRQ handler also doesn't seem to be fired (or very rarely).
>> Oh, wait, I was wrong there. So in bcm_nand.c IRQ handler fires very
>> often, just not during the early phase (RESET, READID), when we don't
>> use IRQs. During standard read/program/etc IRQ is commonly used.
>> So maybe all we're missing in case of brcmstb_nand.c is
>> enabling/acking/disabling IRQ?
> Yes, that's likely the main problem.
>> It seem that my controller 6.01 has:
>> 1) Following IRQs:
> Right, that's the standard set of NAND interrupts. This driver only uses
> CONTROLLER_RDY, BTW.
>> 2) Registers for reading/acking above IRQs:
>> 0xf00 DIREC_READ_MISS
>> 0xf04 ERASE_COMPLETE
>> 0xf08 COPYBACK_COMPLETE
>> 0xf0c PROGRAM_COMPLETE
>> 0xf10 CONTROLLER_RDY
>> 0xf14 RDBSY_RDY
>> 0xf18 ECC_UNCORRECTABLE
>> 0xf1c ECC_CORRECTABLE
>> (if 0x1 is set, it means IRQ was raised, writing 0x1 ack-es it)
>> 3) Register 0x408 for enabling/disabling IRQs:
>> 0x00000004 DIREC_READ_MISS
>> 0x00000008 ERASE_COMPLETE
>> 0x00000010 COPYBACK_COMPLETE
>> 0x00000020 PROGRAM_COMPLETE
>> 0x00000040 CONTROLLER_RDY
>> 0x00000080 RDBSY_RDY
>> 0x00000100 ECC_UNCORRECTABLE
>> 0x00000200 ECC_CORRECTABLE
> (2) and (3) look pretty similar to the Cygnus chips. We should probably
> end up using the same solution for both. Several related to the Cygnus
> project are on CC.
> One problem for Cygnus is that some of the other bits in their register
> 0x408 deal with non-interrupt-related functionality (endianness and
> clocks), so it might not make the cleanest design to handle this with an
> irqchip driver.
It's not just similar, but it's identical to Cygnus.
The register offset to read/ack the IRQ are the same. and Cygnus also
uses a standard alone register to enable/disable IRQ (and their bit
field is the same). Based on the link from Rafal, this chip also have
the same issue with APB endianess control, clock control, interrupt
control all stuffed in the same register:
#define NANDC_IDM_AXI_BIG_ENDIAN IDMREG_BIT_FIELD(0x408, 28, 1)
#define NANDC_IDM_APB_LITTLE_ENDIAN IDMREG_BIT_FIELD(0x408, 24, 1)
#define NANDC_IDM_TM IDMREG_BIT_FIELD(0x408, 16, 5)
#define NANDC_IDM_IRQ_CORRECABLE_EN IDMREG_BIT_FIELD(0x408, 9, 1)
#define NANDC_IDM_IRQ_UNCORRECABLE_EN IDMREG_BIT_FIELD(0x408, 8, 1)
#define NANDC_IDM_IRQ_RDYBSY_RDY_EN IDMREG_BIT_FIELD(0x408, 7, 1)
#define NANDC_IDM_IRQ_CONTROLLER_RDY_EN IDMREG_BIT_FIELD(0x408, 6, 1)
#define NANDC_IDM_IRQ_PRPOGRAM_COMP_EN IDMREG_BIT_FIELD(0x408, 5, 1)
#define NANDC_IDM_IRQ_COPYBK_COMP_EN IDMREG_BIT_FIELD(0x408, 4, 1)
#define NANDC_IDM_IRQ_ERASE_COMP_EN IDMREG_BIT_FIELD(0x408, 3, 1)
#define NANDC_IDM_IRQ_READ_MISS_EN IDMREG_BIT_FIELD(0x408, 2, 1)
#define NANDC_IDM_IRQ_N_EN(n) IDMREG_BIT_FIELD(0x408, 2+(n), 1)
#define NANDC_IDM_CLOCK_EN IDMREG_BIT_FIELD(0x408, 0, 1)
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