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SubjectRe: [PATCH V3 2/8] soundwire: amd: Add support for AMD Manager driver
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> +static int amd_init_sdw_manager(struct amd_sdw_manager *amd_manager)
> +{
> + u32 val;
> + u32 timeout = 0;
> + u32 retry_count = 0;
> +
> + acp_reg_writel(AMD_SDW_ENABLE, amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_EN);
> + do {
> + val = acp_reg_readl(amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_EN_STATUS);
> + if (val)
> + break;
> + usleep_range(10, 50);

that's a 5x range used for all usleep_range() in this file, is this
intentional?

> + } while (retry_count++ < AMD_SDW_STAT_MAX_RETRY_COUNT);
> +
> + if (retry_count > AMD_SDW_STAT_MAX_RETRY_COUNT)
> + return -ETIMEDOUT;
> +
> + /* SoundWire manager bus reset */
> + acp_reg_writel(AMD_SDW_BUS_RESET_REQ, amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_BUS_RESET_CTRL);
> + val = acp_reg_readl(amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_BUS_RESET_CTRL);
> + while (!(val & AMD_SDW_BUS_RESET_DONE)) {
> + val = acp_reg_readl(amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_BUS_RESET_CTRL);
> + if (timeout > AMD_DELAY_LOOP_ITERATION)
> + break;

so if you break here...

> + usleep_range(1, 5);
> + timeout++;
> + }
> + if (timeout == AMD_DELAY_LOOP_ITERATION)
> + return -ETIMEDOUT;

... this test will never be used. the timeout management looks wrong?

> + timeout = 0;
> + acp_reg_writel(AMD_SDW_BUS_RESET_CLEAR_REQ, amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_BUS_RESET_CTRL);
> + val = acp_reg_readl(amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_BUS_RESET_CTRL);
> + while (val) {
> + val = acp_reg_readl(amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_BUS_RESET_CTRL);
> + if (timeout > AMD_DELAY_LOOP_ITERATION)
> + break;

same here...

> + usleep_range(1, 5);
> + timeout++;
> + }
> + if (timeout == AMD_DELAY_LOOP_ITERATION) {

... and here.

> + dev_err(amd_manager->dev, "Failed to reset SoundWire manager instance%d\n",
> + amd_manager->instance);
> + return -ETIMEDOUT;
> + }
> + retry_count = 0;
> + acp_reg_writel(AMD_SDW_DISABLE, amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_EN);
> + do {
> + val = acp_reg_readl(amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_EN_STATUS);
> + if (!val)
> + break;
> + usleep_range(10, 50);
> + } while (retry_count++ < AMD_SDW_STAT_MAX_RETRY_COUNT);
> +
> + if (retry_count > AMD_SDW_STAT_MAX_RETRY_COUNT)
> + return -ETIMEDOUT;

that one looks correct though.

> + return 0;
> +}

> +static void amd_enable_sdw_interrupts(struct amd_sdw_manager *amd_manager)
> +{
> + struct sdw_manager_reg_mask *reg_mask = amd_manager->reg_mask;
> + u32 val;
> +
> + mutex_lock(amd_manager->acp_sdw_lock);
> + val = acp_reg_readl(amd_manager->acp_mmio + ACP_EXTERNAL_INTR_CNTL(amd_manager->instance));
> + val |= reg_mask->acp_sdw_intr_mask;
> + acp_reg_writel(val, amd_manager->acp_mmio + ACP_EXTERNAL_INTR_CNTL(amd_manager->instance));

here you handle a read-modify-write sequence on the INTL_CNTL register...

> + val = acp_reg_readl(amd_manager->acp_mmio + ACP_EXTERNAL_INTR_CNTL(amd_manager->instance));

... but here you only read from the same register. what's the purpose of
this read?

> + mutex_unlock(amd_manager->acp_sdw_lock);
> + dev_dbg(amd_manager->dev, "acp_ext_intr_ctrl[0x%x]:0x%x\n",
> + ACP_EXTERNAL_INTR_CNTL(amd_manager->instance), val);
> + val = acp_reg_readl(amd_manager->acp_mmio + ACP_EXTERNAL_INTR_STAT(amd_manager->instance));
> + if (val)
> + acp_reg_writel(val, amd_manager->acp_mmio +
> + ACP_EXTERNAL_INTR_STAT(amd_manager->instance));
> +
> + acp_reg_writel(AMD_SDW_IRQ_MASK_0TO7, amd_manager->mmio +
> + ACP_SW_STATE_CHANGE_STATUS_MASK_0TO7);
> + acp_reg_writel(AMD_SDW_IRQ_MASK_8TO11, amd_manager->mmio +
> + ACP_SW_STATE_CHANGE_STATUS_MASK_8TO11);
> + acp_reg_writel(AMD_SDW_IRQ_ERROR_MASK, amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_ERROR_INTR_MASK);

can you explain why the writes are not protected by the mutex?

> +}
> +
> +static void amd_disable_sdw_interrupts(struct amd_sdw_manager *amd_manager)
> +{
> + struct sdw_manager_reg_mask *reg_mask = amd_manager->reg_mask;
> + u32 val;
> +
> + mutex_lock(amd_manager->acp_sdw_lock);
> + val = acp_reg_readl(amd_manager->acp_mmio + ACP_EXTERNAL_INTR_CNTL(amd_manager->instance));
> + val &= ~reg_mask->acp_sdw_intr_mask;
> + acp_reg_writel(val, amd_manager->acp_mmio + ACP_EXTERNAL_INTR_CNTL(amd_manager->instance));

you don't have the read here as in the enable sequence to presumably
that wasn't needed?

> + mutex_unlock(amd_manager->acp_sdw_lock);
> +
> + acp_reg_writel(0x00, amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_STATE_CHANGE_STATUS_MASK_0TO7);
> + acp_reg_writel(0x00, amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_STATE_CHANGE_STATUS_MASK_8TO11);
> + acp_reg_writel(0x00, amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_ERROR_INTR_MASK);

same, not clear why the writes are not protected?

> +}

...

> +static u64 amd_sdw_send_cmd_get_resp(struct amd_sdw_manager *amd_manager, u32 lword, u32 uword)
> +{
> + u64 resp;
> + u32 resp_lower, resp_high;
> + u32 sts;
> + u32 timeout = 0;
> +
> + sts = acp_reg_readl(amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_IMM_CMD_STS);
> + while (sts & AMD_SDW_IMM_CMD_BUSY) {
> + sts = acp_reg_readl(amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_IMM_CMD_STS);
> + if (timeout > AMD_SDW_RETRY_COUNT) {
> + dev_err(amd_manager->dev, "SDW%x previous cmd status clear failed\n",
> + amd_manager->instance);
> + return -ETIMEDOUT;
> + }
> + timeout++;

no usleep_range() here?

Also is there any merit in using the same retry count across the board,
this is about command handling, not enabling the hardware - presumably
this should be tied to the SoundWire bus frame timing, not internal delays.

> + }
> +
> + timeout = 0;
> + if (sts & AMD_SDW_IMM_RES_VALID) {
> + dev_err(amd_manager->dev, "SDW%x manager is in bad state\n", amd_manager->instance);
> + acp_reg_writel(0x00, amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_IMM_CMD_STS);
> + }
> + acp_reg_writel(uword, amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_IMM_CMD_UPPER_WORD);
> + acp_reg_writel(lword, amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_IMM_CMD_LOWER_QWORD);
> +
> + sts = acp_reg_readl(amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_IMM_CMD_STS);
> + while (!(sts & AMD_SDW_IMM_RES_VALID)) {
> + sts = acp_reg_readl(amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_IMM_CMD_STS);
> + if (timeout > AMD_SDW_RETRY_COUNT) {
> + dev_err(amd_manager->dev, "SDW%x cmd response timeout occurred\n",
> + amd_manager->instance);
> + return -ETIMEDOUT;

usleep_range?

> + }
> + timeout++;
> + }
> + resp_high = acp_reg_readl(amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_IMM_RESP_UPPER_WORD);
> + resp_lower = acp_reg_readl(amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_IMM_RESP_LOWER_QWORD);
> + timeout = 0;
> + acp_reg_writel(AMD_SDW_IMM_RES_VALID, amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_IMM_CMD_STS);
> + while ((sts & AMD_SDW_IMM_RES_VALID)) {
> + sts = acp_reg_readl(amd_manager->mmio + ACP_SW_IMM_CMD_STS);
> + if (timeout > AMD_SDW_RETRY_COUNT) {
> + dev_err(amd_manager->dev, "SDW%x cmd status retry failed\n",
> + amd_manager->instance);
> + return -ETIMEDOUT;
> + }
> + timeout++;

usleep_range() ?

> + }
> + resp = resp_high;
> + resp = (resp << 32) | resp_lower;
> + return resp;
> +}
> +
> +static enum sdw_command_response
> +amd_program_scp_addr(struct amd_sdw_manager *amd_manager, struct sdw_msg *msg)
> +{
> + struct sdw_msg scp_msg = {0};
> + u64 response_buf[2] = {0};
> + u32 uword = 0, lword = 0;
> + int nack = 0, no_ack = 0;
> + int index, timeout = 0;
> +
> + scp_msg.dev_num = msg->dev_num;
> + scp_msg.addr = SDW_SCP_ADDRPAGE1;
> + scp_msg.buf = &msg->addr_page1;
> + amd_sdw_ctl_word_prep(&lword, &uword, AMD_SDW_CMD_WRITE, &scp_msg, 0);
> + response_buf[0] = amd_sdw_send_cmd_get_resp(amd_manager, lword, uword);
> + scp_msg.addr = SDW_SCP_ADDRPAGE2;
> + scp_msg.buf = &msg->addr_page2;
> + amd_sdw_ctl_word_prep(&lword, &uword, AMD_SDW_CMD_WRITE, &scp_msg, 0);
> + response_buf[1] = amd_sdw_send_cmd_get_resp(amd_manager, lword, uword);
> +
> + /* check response the writes */

revisit comment, grammar does not add up - missing to/if/after?

> + for (index = 0; index < 2; index++) {

what is the 2 here?

> + if (response_buf[index] == -ETIMEDOUT) {
> + dev_err(amd_manager->dev, "Program SCP cmd timeout\n");

that's one log here, possibly 2 ...

> + timeout = 1;
> + } else if (!(response_buf[index] & AMD_SDW_MCP_RESP_ACK)) {
> + no_ack = 1;
> + if (response_buf[index] & AMD_SDW_MCP_RESP_NACK) {
> + nack = 1;
> + dev_err(amd_manager->dev, "Program SCP NACK received\n");
> + }
> + }
> + }
> +
> + if (timeout) {
> + dev_err_ratelimited(amd_manager->dev,
> + "SCP_addrpage command timeout for Slave %d\n", msg->dev_num);

... and one more here. Is this needed/useful?

> + return SDW_CMD_TIMEOUT;
> + }
> +
> + if (nack) {
> + dev_err_ratelimited(amd_manager->dev,
> + "SCP_addrpage NACKed for Slave %d\n", msg->dev_num);
> + return SDW_CMD_FAIL;
> + }
> +
> + if (no_ack) {
> + dev_dbg_ratelimited(amd_manager->dev,
> + "SCP_addrpage ignored for Slave %d\n", msg->dev_num);
> + return SDW_CMD_IGNORED;
> + }
> + return SDW_CMD_OK;
> +}

> +static int amd_sdw_manager_probe(struct platform_device *pdev)
> +{
> + const struct acp_sdw_pdata *pdata = pdev->dev.platform_data;
> + struct resource *res;
> + struct device *dev = &pdev->dev;
> + struct sdw_master_prop *prop;
> + struct sdw_bus_params *params;
> + struct amd_sdw_manager *amd_manager;
> + int ret;
> +
> + if (!pdev->dev.platform_data) {
> + dev_err(dev, "platform_data not retrieved\n");

can this happen?

> + return -ENODEV;
> + }
> + amd_manager = devm_kzalloc(dev, sizeof(struct amd_sdw_manager), GFP_KERNEL);
> + if (!amd_manager)
> + return -ENOMEM;
> + res = platform_get_resource(pdev, IORESOURCE_MEM, 0);
> + if (!res)
> + return -ENOMEM;
> + amd_manager->acp_mmio = devm_ioremap(dev, res->start, resource_size(res));
> + if (IS_ERR(amd_manager->mmio)) {
> + dev_err(dev, "mmio not found\n");
> + return PTR_ERR(amd_manager->mmio);
> + }
> + amd_manager->instance = pdata->instance;
> + amd_manager->mmio = amd_manager->acp_mmio +
> + (amd_manager->instance * SDW_MANAGER_REG_OFFSET);
> + amd_manager->acp_sdw_lock = pdata->acp_sdw_lock;
> + amd_manager->cols_index = sdw_find_col_index(AMD_SDW_DEFAULT_COLUMNS);
> + amd_manager->rows_index = sdw_find_row_index(AMD_SDW_DEFAULT_ROWS);
> + amd_manager->dev = dev;
> + amd_manager->bus.ops = &amd_sdw_ops;
> + amd_manager->bus.port_ops = &amd_sdw_port_ops;
> + amd_manager->bus.compute_params = &amd_sdw_compute_params;
> + amd_manager->bus.clk_stop_timeout = 200;
> + amd_manager->bus.link_id = amd_manager->instance;
> + switch (amd_manager->instance) {
> + case ACP_SDW0:
> + amd_manager->num_dout_ports = AMD_SDW0_MAX_TX_PORTS;
> + amd_manager->num_din_ports = AMD_SDW0_MAX_RX_PORTS;
> + break;
> + case ACP_SDW1:
> + amd_manager->num_dout_ports = AMD_SDW1_MAX_TX_PORTS;
> + amd_manager->num_din_ports = AMD_SDW1_MAX_RX_PORTS;
> + break;
> + default:
> + return -EINVAL;
> + }
> + amd_manager->reg_mask = &sdw_manager_reg_mask_array[amd_manager->instance];
> + params = &amd_manager->bus.params;
> + params->max_dr_freq = AMD_SDW_DEFAULT_CLK_FREQ * 2;
> + params->curr_dr_freq = AMD_SDW_DEFAULT_CLK_FREQ * 2;
> + params->col = AMD_SDW_DEFAULT_COLUMNS;
> + params->row = AMD_SDW_DEFAULT_ROWS;
> + prop = &amd_manager->bus.prop;
> + prop->clk_freq = &amd_sdw_freq_tbl[0];
> + prop->mclk_freq = AMD_SDW_BUS_BASE_FREQ;
> +
> + ret = sdw_bus_master_add(&amd_manager->bus, dev, dev->fwnode);
> + if (ret) {
> + dev_err(dev, "Failed to register SoundWire manager(%d)\n", ret);
> + return ret;
> + }
> + dev_set_drvdata(dev, amd_manager);
> + INIT_WORK(&amd_manager->probe_work, amd_sdw_probe_work);
> + /*
> + * Instead of having lengthy probe sequence, spilt probe in two and

typo: split.

> + * use work queue for SoundWire manager startup sequence.

The wording 'startup' is confusing in that you do not have a startup
sequence as for Intel. It's just deferred probe to avoid taking too much
time.

> + */
> + schedule_work(&amd_manager->probe_work);
> + return 0;
> +}

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