On 8/6/20 10:27 AM, Dmitry Osipenko wrote:
06.08.2020 20:12, Sowjanya Komatineni пишет:ok Will keep same names.
On 8/6/20 9:41 AM, Sowjanya Komatineni wrote:Yes, looks like it's a mistake of the current MIPI driver that it polls
On 8/6/20 9:10 AM, Dmitry Osipenko wrote:Also as we don't need cancel_calibration(), keeping tegra_mipi_wait()
06.08.2020 18:59, Sowjanya Komatineni пишет:MIPI CAL status register has DONE bits for individual pads status and
Does hardware have a single FSM block shared by all pads or there is FSMI don't think we need to split for active and done. Active will be 1 asConfirmed from HW designer, calibration FSM to finish takes worst72us is quite a lot of time, what will happen if LP-11 happens before
72uS so by the time it gets to sensor stream it will be done its
sequence and will be waiting for DONE bit.
So disabling MIPI CAL clock on sensor stream fails is safe.
FSM finished calibration?
Maybe the finish_calibration() needs to split into two parts:
1. wait for CAL_STATUS_ACTIVE before enabling sensor
2. wait for CAL_STATUS_DONE after enabling sensor
long as other pads are in calibration as well.
We cant use active status check for specific pads under calibration.
This is common bit for all pads.
per group of pads?
single ACTIVE bit.
ACTIVE bit set to 1 indicates auto calibration is active which is the
case even when other pads (other CSI pads from other ports streaming
in case of parallel stream) are under calibration. Also DSI is shared
We do calibration for individual pads. So, we should not rely on
MIPI driver checks for condition ACTIVE == 1 && DONE == 1 from the
But I think this also should be fixed as in case of parallel streams
calibration can happen in parallel waiting for ACTIVE to be cleared
makes all calibration callers to wait for longer than needed as ACTIVE
is common for all pads.
Why we should add 72uS in start_calibration() when can use sameUnfortunately HW don't have separate status indicating when sequence isWhat about to add 72us delay to the end of start_calibration() in order
done to indicate its waiting for LP11.
To avoid all this, will remove cancel_calibration() totally and use
finish calibration even in case of stream failure then.
to ensure that FSM is finished before LP-11?
finish_calibration() for both pass/fail cases?
Only timing loose we see is in case of failure we still wait for 250ms
and as this is failing case I hope should be ok.
like earlier makes sense I believe as we are letting it finish going
So I think below are fixes,
1. Existing MIPI driver, tegra_mipi_wait() to not use status ACTIVE bit
to be 0 and use only DONE bit to be 1 for wait condition as we are
calibrating separately for individual pads and this ACTIVE bit is common
for all pads where it will not be 0 in case of other parallel streams
which may also be under calibration.
the ACTIVE bit.
2. No need for separate cancel_calibration. So, probably earlier namesThe new names reflect better what those functions actually do, IMO.
tegra_mipi_calibrate() and tegra_mipi_wait() hols good as we are waiting
for calibration sequence to finish irrespective of fail/pass.
MIPI device is separate for each stream so waiting for only those corresponding DONE bits happen currently and no need to pass argument.
What about to make finish_calibration() to take an additional argument
which corresponds to the awaited HW bits? For example if it's CSIA, then
it could be:
Also, is it okay that DSI and CSI could change MIPI_CAL_CTRL after DSI
or CSI already started calibration?
Looking at the current start_calibration(), I think the mutex should be
kept locked and then finish_calibration() should unlock it.
Confirmed with HW designer.
ACTIVE is common bit for all pads where we see it 1 as long as all pads (DSI + all CSI Pads) are under calibration.
While MIPI CAL is doing calibration for certain pads, before issuing other start it has to wait for ACTIVE to be 0.
Earlier driver (before split) checks for ACTIVE to be 0 along with DONE bit to be 1 as it does both calibrate and wait in same API.
With the split, looks like we need below sequence to be safe.
1. tegra_mipi_start_calibration(): wait for ACTIVE to be 0 before issuing START and after issuing start wait for 72uS to let calibration code sequence finish so it will be ready to see LP-11 after that.
In case of parallel streams, call to start_calibration can happen when pads of other stream are under calibration.
2. tegra_mipi_finish_calibration(): check for DONE bit to be 1