18.07.2019 4:15, Sowjanya Komatineni ÐÐÑÐÑ:
If dfllCPU_OUT can work properly with dfll-soc being disabled, then thisDid quick try and I see by adding dfll-soc as parent to dfllCPU_OUT, itsPlease try to fix all missing dependencies and orderings.Peter,
dfllCPU_OUT is the first one to go thru restore when
clk_restore_context traverses thru the list.
dfllCPU_OUT has dependency on DFLL_ref and DFLL_SOC but this
dependency is unknown to clock-tree.
We can add DFLL_REF and DFLL_SOC as parents to dfllCPU_OUT during
register so dfllCPU_OUT save/restore happens after their parents are
But DFLL needs both of these to be restored before DFLLCPU_Out and as
DFLL_SOC restore always happens after the REF, thinking to add
DFLL_SOC as parent to dfllCPU_OUT so save/restore follows after their
in proper order after all its dependencies.
Can now add dfll save/restore to do dfll reinit during restore..
kind of dependency isn't very correct and just papers over the real
problem, which is that there should be a way for CCF to specify multiple
dependencies for the clock or the reverse ordering should be used for