Re: [PATCH 11/13] arm64: dts: qcom: qcs404: Add CPR and populate OPP table
From: Niklas Cassel
Date: Thu Jul 25 2019 - 14:05:20 EST
On Tue, Jul 23, 2019 at 07:26:35AM +0530, Viresh Kumar wrote:
> On 19-07-19, 17:45, Niklas Cassel wrote:
> > Hello Viresh,
> > Could you please have a look at the last two patches here:
> > https://git.linaro.org/people/niklas.cassel/kernel.git/log/?h=cpr-opp-hz
> There is no sane way of providing review comments with a link to the
> git tree :)
> I still had a look and I see that you don't search for max frequency
> but just any OPP that has required-opps set to the level u want. Also,
> can't there be multiple phandles in required-opps in your case ?
For each OPP in the CPR OPP table, we need three things,
opp-level, qcom,fuse-level and opp-hz.
The first two can simply be parsed from the OPP node
itself while iterating the CPR OPP table.
The opp-hz has to be fetched from the CPU OPP table.
Several OPPs might have the same qcom,fuse-level value.
However, they will have unique opp-level values and unique
opp-hz values. Each opp-level has a matching opp-hz.
required-opps is basically a connection between a opp-hz
(CPU OPP table) and and a opp-level (CPR OPP table).
So there will be only one match. No need to search for
I think you are confusing this with something else.
The CPR hardware has to be programmed with the highest
frequency for each qcom,fuse-corner.
This is done here:
by saving the highest frequency for each fuse level
while iterating the OPP table.
There can be only one phandle in the required-opps in my case,
this is one of the reasons why I prefer implementing it in the
CPR driver. If it were to be implemented in OPP core, it probably
has to handle multiple phandles.
> > If you like my proposal then I could send out the first patch (the one to
> > OPP core) as a real patch (with an improved commit message), and
> > incorporate the second patch into my CPR patch series when I send out a V2.
> Send them both in your series only, otherwise the first one is useless
Ok, will do.