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SubjectRe: [PATCH V7 0/3] Generate device tree node for pci devices
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On 1/19/23 21:02, Lizhi Hou wrote:
> This patch series introduces OF overlay support for PCI devices which
> primarily addresses two use cases. First, it provides a data driven method
> to describe hardware peripherals that are present in a PCI endpoint and
> hence can be accessed by the PCI host. Second, it allows reuse of a OF
> compatible driver -- often used in SoC platforms -- in a PCI host based
> system.
>
> There are 2 series devices rely on this patch:
>
> 1) Xilinx Alveo Accelerator cards (FPGA based device)
> 2) Microchip LAN9662 Ethernet Controller

Can someone please provide me a link to both:

- a high level specification sheet
- a detailed data sheet/programming manual

-Frank


>
> Please see: https://lore.kernel.org/lkml/20220427094502.456111-1-clement.leger@bootlin.com/
>
> Normally, the PCI core discovers PCI devices and their BARs using the
> PCI enumeration process. However, the process does not provide a way to
> discover the hardware peripherals that are present in a PCI device, and
> which can be accessed through the PCI BARs. Also, the enumeration process
> does not provide a way to associate MSI-X vectors of a PCI device with the
> hardware peripherals that are present in the device. PCI device drivers
> often use header files to describe the hardware peripherals and their
> resources as there is no standard data driven way to do so. This patch
> series proposes to use flattened device tree blob to describe the
> peripherals in a data driven way. Based on previous discussion, using
> device tree overlay is the best way to unflatten the blob and populate
> platform devices. To use device tree overlay, there are three obvious
> problems that need to be resolved.
>
> First, we need to create a base tree for non-DT system such as x86_64. A
> patch series has been submitted for this:
> https://lore.kernel.org/lkml/20220624034327.2542112-1-frowand.list@gmail.com/
> https://lore.kernel.org/lkml/20220216050056.311496-1-lizhi.hou@xilinx.com/
>
> Second, a device tree node corresponding to the PCI endpoint is required
> for overlaying the flattened device tree blob for that PCI endpoint.
> Because PCI is a self-discoverable bus, a device tree node is usually not
> created for PCI devices. This series adds support to generate a device
> tree node for a PCI device which advertises itself using PCI quirks
> infrastructure.
>
> Third, we need to generate device tree nodes for PCI bridges since a child
> PCI endpoint may choose to have a device tree node created.
>
> This patch series is made up of three patches.
>
> The first patch is adding OF interface to create or destroy OF node
> dynamically.
>
> The second patch introduces a kernel option, CONFIG_DYNAMIC_PCI_OF_NODEX.
> When the option is turned on, the kernel will generate device tree nodes
> for all PCI bridges unconditionally. The patch also shows how to use the
> PCI quirks infrastructure, DECLARE_PCI_FIXUP_FINAL to generate a device
> tree node for a device. Specifically, the patch generates a device tree
> node for Xilinx Alveo U50 PCIe accelerator device. The generated device
> tree nodes do not have any property.
>
> The third patch adds basic properties ('reg', 'compatible' and
> 'device_type') to the dynamically generated device tree nodes. More
> properties can be added in the future.
>
> Here is the example of device tree nodes generated within the ARM64 QEMU.
> # lspci -t
> -[0000:00]-+-00.0
> +-01.0-[01]--
> +-01.1-[02]----00.0
> +-01.2-[03]----00.0
> +-01.3-[04]----00.0
> +-01.4-[05]----00.0
> +-01.5-[06]--
> +-01.6-[07]--
> +-01.7-[08]--
> +-02.0-[09-0b]----00.0-[0a-0b]----00.0-[0b]--+-00.0
> | \-00.1
> +-02.1-[0c]--
> \-03.0-[0d-0e]----00.0-[0e]----01.0
>
> # tree /sys/firmware/devicetree/base/pcie\@10000000
> /sys/firmware/devicetree/base/pcie@10000000
> |-- #address-cells
> |-- #interrupt-cells
> |-- #size-cells
> |-- bus-range
> |-- compatible
> |-- device_type
> |-- dma-coherent
> |-- interrupt-map
> |-- interrupt-map-mask
> |-- linux,pci-domain
> |-- msi-parent
> |-- name
> |-- pci@1,0
> | |-- #address-cells
> | |-- #size-cells
> | |-- compatible
> | |-- device_type
> | |-- ranges
> | `-- reg
> |-- pci@1,1
> | |-- #address-cells
> | |-- #size-cells
> | |-- compatible
> | |-- device_type
> | |-- ranges
> | `-- reg
> |-- pci@1,2
> | |-- #address-cells
> | |-- #size-cells
> | |-- compatible
> | |-- device_type
> | |-- ranges
> | `-- reg
> |-- pci@1,3
> | |-- #address-cells
> | |-- #size-cells
> | |-- compatible
> | |-- device_type
> | |-- ranges
> | `-- reg
> |-- pci@1,4
> | |-- #address-cells
> | |-- #size-cells
> | |-- compatible
> | |-- device_type
> | |-- ranges
> | `-- reg
> |-- pci@1,5
> | |-- #address-cells
> | |-- #size-cells
> | |-- compatible
> | |-- device_type
> | |-- ranges
> | `-- reg
> |-- pci@1,6
> | |-- #address-cells
> | |-- #size-cells
> | |-- compatible
> | |-- device_type
> | |-- ranges
> | `-- reg
> |-- pci@1,7
> | |-- #address-cells
> | |-- #size-cells
> | |-- compatible
> | |-- device_type
> | |-- ranges
> | `-- reg
> |-- pci@2,0
> | |-- #address-cells
> | |-- #size-cells
> | |-- compatible
> | |-- device_type
> | |-- pci@0,0
> | | |-- #address-cells
> | | |-- #size-cells
> | | |-- compatible
> | | |-- device_type
> | | |-- pci@0,0
> | | | |-- #address-cells
> | | | |-- #size-cells
> | | | |-- compatible
> | | | |-- dev@0,0
> | | | | |-- compatible
> | | | | `-- reg
> | | | |-- dev@0,1
> | | | | |-- compatible
> | | | | `-- reg
> | | | |-- device_type
> | | | |-- ranges
> | | | `-- reg
> | | |-- ranges
> | | `-- reg
> | |-- ranges
> | `-- reg
> |-- pci@2,1
> | |-- #address-cells
> | |-- #size-cells
> | |-- compatible
> | |-- device_type
> | |-- ranges
> | `-- reg
> |-- pci@3,0
> | |-- #address-cells
> | |-- #size-cells
> | |-- compatible
> | |-- device_type
> | |-- pci@0,0
> | | |-- #address-cells
> | | |-- #size-cells
> | | |-- compatible
> | | |-- device_type
> | | |-- ranges
> | | `-- reg
> | |-- ranges
> | `-- reg
> |-- ranges
> `-- reg
>
> Changes since v6:
> - Removed single line wrapper functions
> - Added Signed-off-by Clément Léger <clement.leger@bootlin.com>
>
> Changes since v5:
> - Fixed code review comments
> - Fixed incorrect 'ranges' and 'reg' properties and verified address
> translation.
>
> Changes since RFC v4:
> - Fixed code review comments
>
> Changes since RFC v3:
> - Split the Xilinx Alveo U50 PCI quirk to a separate patch
> - Minor changes in commit description and code comment
>
> Changes since RFC v2:
> - Merged patch 3 with patch 2
> - Added OF interfaces of_changeset_add_prop_* and use them to create
> properties.
> - Added '#address-cells', '#size-cells' and 'ranges' properties.
>
> Changes since RFC v1:
> - Added one patch to create basic properties.
> - To move DT related code out of PCI subsystem, replaced of_node_alloc()
> with of_create_node()/of_destroy_node()
>
> Lizhi Hou (3):
> of: dynamic: Add interfaces for creating device node dynamically
> PCI: Create device tree node for selected devices
> PCI: Add PCI quirks to generate device tree node for Xilinx Alveo U50
>
> drivers/of/dynamic.c | 197 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> drivers/pci/Kconfig | 12 ++
> drivers/pci/Makefile | 1 +
> drivers/pci/bus.c | 2 +
> drivers/pci/msi/irqdomain.c | 6 +-
> drivers/pci/of.c | 71 ++++++++++++
> drivers/pci/of_property.c | 212 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> drivers/pci/pci-driver.c | 3 +-
> drivers/pci/pci.h | 19 ++++
> drivers/pci/quirks.c | 11 ++
> drivers/pci/remove.c | 1 +
> include/linux/of.h | 24 ++++
> 12 files changed, 556 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)
> create mode 100644 drivers/pci/of_property.c
>

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