Re: How to force RC to forward p2p TLPs
From: Bjorn Helgaas
Date: Fri Dec 28 2018 - 21:32:00 EST
[+cc Logan, Stephen, Jonathan, Eric, Alex]
On Sat, Dec 22, 2018 at 12:50:19PM +0800, yu wrote:
> Hi all,
> We have a PCIE card which has a PEX8732 switch on-board, and there
> are two endpoint SOCs like graphic decoder behind the switch, and by
> default the ACS is enabled in 8732.
> We use the p2p DMA to transfer data between these two endpoint SOCs,
> and if the host server is not enable ACS in BIOS, the p2p works well,
> but when ACS is enabled in BIOS, the p2p is always failed. With the
> help of a protocol analyzer, we can see that the TLP is redirected to
> RC, and RC just discard it.
> I tried to find how to make RC forward redirected TLP to its original
> target, but nothing found, it seems this is highly related to the RC
> In the PCIE 4.0 spec, the section of the RC behavior of the p2p
> request redirect said that ''implementation-specific logic within the
> RC that determines whether the request is directed towards its
> original target, or blocked as an ACS Violation error. the algorithms
> and specific controls for making this determination are not
> architected by this spec''.
> So is there some spec or document to describe how to set the RC? Any
> suggestion is appreciated.
Not that I'm aware of, but the folks I cc'd would know a lot more
about this area.