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SubjectRe: [PATCH net-next v10 6/6] net: dt-bindings: dwmac: add support for mt8195
On Thu, Dec 16, 2021 at 8:06 PM Biao Huang <biao.huang@mediatek.com> wrote:
>
> Dear Rob,
> Thanks for your comments~
>
> For mt8195, the eth device node will look like:
> eth: ethernet@11021000 {
> compatible = "mediatek,mt8195-gmac", "snps,dwmac-5.10a";
> ...
> clock-names = "axi",
> "apb",
> "mac_cg",
> "mac_main",
> "ptp_ref",
> "rmii_internal";
> clocks = <&pericfg_ao CLK_PERI_AO_ETHERNET>,
> <&pericfg_ao CLK_PERI_AO_ETHERNET_BUS>,
> <&pericfg_ao CLK_PERI_AO_ETHERNET_MAC>,
> <&topckgen CLK_TOP_SNPS_ETH_250M>,
> <&topckgen CLK_TOP_SNPS_ETH_62P4M_PTP>,
> <&topckgen CLK_TOP_SNPS_ETH_50M_RMII>;
> ...
> }
>
> 1. "rmii_internal" is a special clock only required for
> RMII phy interface, dwmac-mediatek.c will enable clocks
> invoking clk_bulk_prepare_enable(xx, 6) for RMII,
> and clk_bulk_prepare_enable(xx, 5) for other phy interfaces.
> so, mt2712/mt8195 all put "rmii_internal" clock to the
> end of clock list to simplify clock handling.
>
> If I put mac_cg as described above, a if condition is required
> for clocks description in dt-binding, just like what I do in v7 send:
> - if:
> properties:
> compatible:
> contains:
> enum:
> - mediatek,mt2712-gmac
>
> then:
> properties:
> clocks:
> minItems: 5
> items:
> - description: AXI clock
> - description: APB clock
> - description: MAC Main clock
> - description: PTP clock
> - description: RMII reference clock provided by MAC
>
> clock-names:
> minItems: 5
> items:
> - const: axi
> - const: apb
> - const: mac_main
> - const: ptp_ref
> - const: rmii_internal
>
> - if:
> properties:
> compatible:
> contains:
> enum:
> - mediatek,mt8195-gmac
>
> then:
> properties:
> clocks:
> minItems: 6
> items:
> - description: AXI clock
> - description: APB clock
> - description: MAC clock gate
> - description: MAC Main clock
> - description: PTP clock
> - description: RMII reference clock provided by MAC
>
> This introduces some duplicated description.
>
> 2. If I put "mac_cg" to the end of clock list,
> the dt-binding file can be simple just like
> what we do in this v10 patch(need fix warnings reported by "make
> DT_CHECKER_FLAGS=-m dt_binding_check").
>
> But for mt8195:
> the eth node in dts should be modified,

I hope you are defining the binding before you use it... That's not
good practice and not a valid argument.

> and eth driver clock handling will be complex;

How so?

Rob

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