Re: [PATCH v6 2/9] mtk-mdp: add driver to probe mdp components
From: houlong wei
Date: Sun Aug 15 2021 - 21:06:37 EST
On Mon, 2021-08-02 at 20:12 +0800, Eizan Miyamoto wrote:
> Broadly, this patch (1) adds a driver for various MTK MDP components
> go alongside the main MTK MDP driver, and (2) hooks them all together
> using the component framework.
> (1) Up until now, the MTK MDP driver controls 8 devices in the device
> tree on its own. When running tests for the hardware video decoder,
> found that the iommus and LARBs were not being properly configured.
> configure them, a driver for each be added to mtk_mdp_comp so that
> mtk_iommu_add_device() can (eventually) be called from
> inside really_probe().
> (2) The integration into the component framework allows us to defer
> registration with the v4l2 subsystem until all the MDP-related
> have been probed, so that the relevant device node does not become
> available until initialization of all the components is complete.
> Some notes about how the component framework has been integrated:
> - The driver for the rdma0 component serves double duty as the
> (aggregate) driver as well as a component driver. This is a non-
> compromise until a better solution is developed. This device is
> differentiated from the rest by checking for a "mediatek,vpu"
> in the device node.
> - The list of mdp components remains hard-coded as
> in mtk_mdp_core.c, and as mtk_mdp_comp_driver_dt_match in
> mtk_mdp_comp.c. This unfortunate duplication of information is
> addressed in a following patch in this series.
> - The component driver calls component_add() for each device that is
> - In mtk_mdp_probe (the "master" device), we scan the device tree for
> any matching nodes against mtk_mdp_comp_dt_ids, and add component
> matches for them. The match criteria is a matching device node
> - When the set of components devices that have been probed
> with the list that is generated by the "master", the callback to
> mtk_mdp_master_bind() is made, which then calls the component bind
> - Inside mtk_mdp_master_bind(), once all the component bind functions
> have been called, we can then register our device to the v4l2
> - The call to pm_runtime_enable() in the master device is called
> all the components have been registered by their bind() functions
> called by mtk_mtp_master_bind(). As a result, the list of
> will not change while power management callbacks mtk_mdp_suspend()/
> resume() are accessing the list of components.
> Signed-off-by: Eizan Miyamoto <eizan@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Reviewed-by: Houlong Wei <houlong.wei@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> (no changes since v1)