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SubjectRe: [PATCH v5 1/3] dt-bindings: arm: qcom: document qcom,msm-id and qcom,board-id
On Fri, Jun 24, 2022 at 08:00:34PM +0200, Krzysztof Kozlowski wrote:
> The top level qcom,msm-id and qcom,board-id properties are utilized by
> bootloaders on Qualcomm MSM platforms to determine which device tree
> should be used and passed to the kernel.
>
> The commit b32e592d3c28 ("devicetree: bindings: Document qcom board
> compatible format") from 2015 was a consensus during discussion about
> upstreaming qcom,msm-id and qcom,board-id fields. There are however still
> problems with that consensus:
> 1. It was reached 7 years ago but it turned out its implementation did
> not reach all possible products.
>
> 2. Initially additional tool (dtbTool) was needed for parsing these
> fields to create a QCDT image consisting of multiple DTBs, later the
> bootloaders were improved and they use these qcom,msm-id and
> qcom,board-id properties directly.
>
> 3. Extracting relevant information from the board compatible requires
> this additional tool (dtbTool), which makes the build process more
> complicated and not easily reproducible (DTBs are modified after the
> kernel build).
>
> 4. Some versions of Qualcomm bootloaders expect these properties even
> when booting with a single DTB. The community is stuck with these
> bootloaders thus they require properties in the DTBs.
>
> Since several upstreamed Qualcomm SoC-based boards require these
> properties to properly boot and the properties are reportedly used by
> bootloaders, document them.
>
> Link: https://lore.kernel.org/r/a3c932d1-a102-ce18-deea-18cbbd05ecab@linaro.org/
> Co-developed-by: Kumar Gala <galak@codeaurora.org>
> Signed-off-by: Kumar Gala <galak@codeaurora.org>
> Signed-off-by: Krzysztof Kozlowski <krzysztof.kozlowski@linaro.org>
> Reviewed-by: Dmitry Baryshkov <dmitry.baryshkov@linaro.org>
> ---
> .../devicetree/bindings/arm/qcom.yaml | 120 ++++++++++++++
> include/dt-bindings/arm/qcom,ids.h | 146 ++++++++++++++++++
> 2 files changed, 266 insertions(+)
> create mode 100644 include/dt-bindings/arm/qcom,ids.h
>
> diff --git a/Documentation/devicetree/bindings/arm/qcom.yaml b/Documentation/devicetree/bindings/arm/qcom.yaml
> index 6c38c1387afd..ea9055d41951 100644
> --- a/Documentation/devicetree/bindings/arm/qcom.yaml
> +++ b/Documentation/devicetree/bindings/arm/qcom.yaml
> @@ -403,6 +403,126 @@ properties:
> - qcom,sm8450-qrd
> - const: qcom,sm8450
>
> + # Board compatibles go above
> +
> + qcom,msm-id:
> + $ref: /schemas/types.yaml#/definitions/uint32-matrix
> + minItems: 1
> + maxItems: 8
> + items:
> + items:
> + - description: |
> + MSM chipset ID - an exact match value consisting of two bitfields::
> + - bits 0-15 - The unique MSM chipset ID
> + - bits 16-31 - Reserved; should be 0
> + - description: |
> + Hardware revision ID - a chipset specific 32-bit ID representing
> + the version of the chipset. It is best a match value - the
> + bootloader will look for the closest possible match.
> + deprecated: true
> + description:
> + The MSM chipset and hardware revision use by Qualcomm bootloaders. It
> + can optionally be an array of these to indicate multiple hardware that
> + use the same device tree. It is expected that the bootloader will use
> + this information at boot-up to decide which device tree to use when given
> + multiple device trees, some of which may not be compatible with the
> + actual hardware. It is the bootloader's responsibility to pass the
> + correct device tree to the kernel.
> + The property is deprecated.
> +
> + qcom,board-id:
> + $ref: /schemas/types.yaml#/definitions/uint32-matrix
> + minItems: 1
> + maxItems: 8
> + oneOf:
> + - items:
> + - items:
> + - description: |
> + Board ID consisting of three bitfields::
> + - bits 31-24 - Unused
> + - bits 23-16 - Platform Version Major
> + - bits 15-8 - Platform Version Minor
> + - bits 7-0 - Platform Type
> + Platform Type field is an exact match value. The
> + Platform Major/Minor field is a best match. The bootloader will
> + look for the closest possible match.
> + - description: |
> + Subtype ID unique to a Platform Type/Chipset ID. For a given
> + Platform Type, there will typically only be a single board and the
> + subtype_id will be 0. However in some cases board variants may
> + need to be distinguished by different subtype_id values.
> + - items:
> + # OnePlus uses a variant of board-id with four elements:
> + - items:
> + - const: 8
> + - const: 0
> + - description: OnePlus board ID
> + - description: OnePlus subtype ID
> + deprecated: true
> + description:
> + The board type and revision information. It can optionally be an array
> + of these to indicate multiple boards that use the same device tree. It
> + is expected that the bootloader will use this information at boot-up to
> + decide which device tree to use when given multiple device trees, some of
> + which may not be compatible with the actual hardware. It is the
> + bootloader's responsibility to pass the correct device tree to the
> + kernel
> + The property is deprecated.
> +
> +allOf:
> + # Explicit allow-list for older SoCs. The legacy properties are not allowed
> + # on newer SoCs.
> + - if:
> + properties:
> + compatible:
> + contains:
> + enum:
> + - qcom,apq8026
> + - qcom,apq8094
> + - qcom,apq8096
> + - qcom,msm8992
> + - qcom,msm8994
> + - qcom,msm8996
> + - qcom,msm8998
> + - qcom,sdm630
> + - qcom,sdm632
> + - qcom,sdm845
> + - qcom,sdx55
> + - qcom,sdx65
> + - qcom,sm6125
> + - qcom,sm6350
> + - qcom,sm7225
> + - qcom,sm8150
> + - qcom,sm8250
> + then:
> + properties:
> + qcom,board-id: true
> + qcom,msm-id: true
> + else:
> + properties:
> + qcom,board-id: false
> + qcom,msm-id: false
> +
> + - if:
> + properties:
> + compatible:
> + contains:
> + enum:
> + - oneplus,cheeseburger
> + - oneplus,dumpling
> + - oneplus,enchilada
> + - oneplus,fajita
> + then:
> + properties:
> + qcom,board-id:
> + items:
> + minItems: 4
> + else:
> + properties:
> + qcom,board-id:
> + items:
> + maxItems: 2
> +
> additionalProperties: true
>
> ...
> diff --git a/include/dt-bindings/arm/qcom,ids.h b/include/dt-bindings/arm/qcom,ids.h
> new file mode 100644
> index 000000000000..635d4ebba3fe
> --- /dev/null
> +++ b/include/dt-bindings/arm/qcom,ids.h
> @@ -0,0 +1,146 @@
> +/* SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0-only */

Sigh... Pretty sure relicensing this is okay.

> +/*
> + * Copyright (c) 2015, The Linux Foundation. All rights reserved.
> + * Copyright (c) 2022 Linaro Ltd
> + * Author: Krzysztof Kozlowski <krzk@kernel.org> based on previous work of Kumar Gala.
> + */
> +#ifndef _DT_BINDINGS_ARM_QCOM_IDS_H
> +#define _DT_BINDINGS_ARM_QCOM_IDS_H
> +
> +/* qcom,msm-id */
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8960 87
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8064 109
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8660A 122
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8260A 123
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8060A 124
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8974 126
> +#define QCOM_ID_MPQ8064 130
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8960AB 138
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8060AB 139
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8260AB 140
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8660AB 141
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8626 145
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8610 147
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8064AB 153
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8226 158
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8526 159
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8110 161
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8210 162
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8810 163
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8212 164
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8612 165
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8112 166
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8225Q 168
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8625Q 169
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8125Q 170
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8064AA 172
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8084 178
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8074 184
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8274 185
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8674 186
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8974PRO_AC 194
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8126 198
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8026 199
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8926 200
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8326 205
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8916 206
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8994 207
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8074PRO_AA 208
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8074PRO_AB 209
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8074PRO_AC 210
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8274PRO_AA 211
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8274PRO_AB 212
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8274PRO_AC 213
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8674PRO_AA 214
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8674PRO_AB 215
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8674PRO_AC 216
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8974PRO_AA 217
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8974PRO_AB 218
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8028 219
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8128 220
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8228 221
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8528 222
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8628 223
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8928 224
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8510 225
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8512 226
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8936 233
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8939 239
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8036 240
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8039 241
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8996 246
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8016 247
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8216 248
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8116 249
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8616 250
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8992 251
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8094 253
> +#define QCOM_ID_MDM9607 290
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8096 291
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8998 292
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8953 293
> +#define QCOM_ID_MDM8207 296
> +#define QCOM_ID_MDM9207 297
> +#define QCOM_ID_MDM9307 298
> +#define QCOM_ID_MDM9628 299
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8053 304
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8996SG 305
> +#define QCOM_ID_MSM8996AU 310
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8096AU 311
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8096SG 312
> +#define QCOM_ID_SDM660 317
> +#define QCOM_ID_SDM630 318
> +#define QCOM_ID_APQ8098 319
> +#define QCOM_ID_SDM845 321
> +#define QCOM_ID_MDM9206 322
> +#define QCOM_ID_IPQ8074 323
> +#define QCOM_ID_SDA660 324
> +#define QCOM_ID_SDM658 325
> +#define QCOM_ID_SDA658 326
> +#define QCOM_ID_SDA630 327
> +#define QCOM_ID_SDM450 338
> +#define QCOM_ID_SDA845 341
> +#define QCOM_ID_IPQ8072 342
> +#define QCOM_ID_IPQ8076 343
> +#define QCOM_ID_IPQ8078 344
> +#define QCOM_ID_SDM636 345
> +#define QCOM_ID_SDA636 346
> +#define QCOM_ID_SDM632 349
> +#define QCOM_ID_SDA632 350
> +#define QCOM_ID_SDA450 351
> +#define QCOM_ID_SM8250 356
> +#define QCOM_ID_IPQ8070 375
> +#define QCOM_ID_IPQ8071 376
> +#define QCOM_ID_IPQ8072A 389
> +#define QCOM_ID_IPQ8074A 390
> +#define QCOM_ID_IPQ8076A 391
> +#define QCOM_ID_IPQ8078A 392
> +#define QCOM_ID_SM6125 394
> +#define QCOM_ID_IPQ8070A 395
> +#define QCOM_ID_IPQ8071A 396
> +#define QCOM_ID_IPQ6018 402
> +#define QCOM_ID_IPQ6028 403
> +#define QCOM_ID_IPQ6000 421
> +#define QCOM_ID_IPQ6010 422
> +#define QCOM_ID_SC7180 425
> +#define QCOM_ID_SM6350 434
> +#define QCOM_ID_SM8350 439
> +#define QCOM_ID_SC8280XP 449
> +#define QCOM_ID_IPQ6005 453
> +#define QCOM_ID_QRB5165 455
> +#define QCOM_ID_SM8450 457
> +#define QCOM_ID_SM7225 459
> +#define QCOM_ID_SA8540P 460
> +#define QCOM_ID_SM8450_2 480
> +#define QCOM_ID_SM8450_3 482

> +#define QCOM_ID_SC7280 487

Not what I'd call an old SoC and not in the allowed list. Neither are a
bunch of others.

Rob

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