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SubjectRe: [PATCH net-next 1/3] dt-bindings: dp83867: add binding for io_impedance_ctrl nvmem cell
On 06/06/2022 23.58, Andrew Lunn wrote:
>> There is no documented mapping from the 32 possible values of the
>> IO_IMPEDANCE_CTRL field to values in the range 35-70 ohms
> There have been a few active TI engineers submitting patches to TI PHY
> drivers. Please could you reach out to them and ask if they can
> provide documentation.
> Having magic values in DT is not the preferred why to use it. Ideally
> you should store Ohms in the cell and convert to the register value.

We've already asked TI for more detailed information, but apparently the
data sheet already says all there is to know. I should have worded the
commit message differently. Something like

There is no fixed mapping from register values to values in the range
35-70 ohms; it varies from chip to chip, and even that target range is

So AFAICS the only meaningful thing to store in an nvmem cell is an
appropriate (per-board) raw value of that field.

I would think this would be very similar to how various sensors have
nvmem cells defining calibration data.


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