On certain AMD platforms, when the IOMMU performance counter source
(csource) field is zero, power-gating for the counter is enabled, which
prevents write access and returns zero for read access.
This can cause invalid perf result especially when event multiplexing
is needed (i.e. more number of events than available counters) since
the current logic keeps track of the previously read counter value,
and subsequently re-program the counter to continue counting the event.
With power-gating enabled, we cannot gurantee successful re-programming
of the counter.
Workaround this issue by :
1. Modifying the ordering of setting/reading counters and enabing/
disabling csources to only access the counter when the csource
is set to non-zero.
2. Since AMD IOMMU PMU does not support interrupt mode, the logic
can be simplified to always start counting with value zero,
and accumulate the counter value when stopping without the need
to keep track and reprogram the counter with the previously read
This has been tested on systems with and without power-gating.