Commit eb3db275 authored by Alexey Korolev's avatar Alexey Korolev Committed by David Woodhouse
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[MTD] LPDDR PFOW definition



LPDDR chips use PFOW window for sending commands, reading status and
capabilites requesting.
This pfow.h - contains definitions for PFOW window fileds, possible commands,
error flags and some common macro function to avoid code duplications.
Signed-off-by: default avatarAlexey Korolev <akorolev@infradead.org>
Acked-by: default avatarJared Hulbert <jaredeh@gmail.com>
Signed-off-by: default avatarDavid Woodhouse <David.Woodhouse@intel.com>
parent 922ab535
/* Primary function overlay window definitions
* and service functions used by LPDDR chips
*/
#ifndef __LINUX_MTD_PFOW_H
#define __LINUX_MTD_PFOW_H
#include <linux/mtd/qinfo.h>
/* PFOW registers addressing */
/* Address of symbol "P" */
#define PFOW_QUERY_STRING_P 0x0000
/* Address of symbol "F" */
#define PFOW_QUERY_STRING_F 0x0002
/* Address of symbol "O" */
#define PFOW_QUERY_STRING_O 0x0004
/* Address of symbol "W" */
#define PFOW_QUERY_STRING_W 0x0006
/* Identification info for LPDDR chip */
#define PFOW_MANUFACTURER_ID 0x0020
#define PFOW_DEVICE_ID 0x0022
/* Address in PFOW where prog buffer can can be found */
#define PFOW_PROGRAM_BUFFER_OFFSET 0x0040
/* Size of program buffer in words */
#define PFOW_PROGRAM_BUFFER_SIZE 0x0042
/* Address command code register */
#define PFOW_COMMAND_CODE 0x0080
/* command data register */
#define PFOW_COMMAND_DATA 0x0084
/* command address register lower address bits */
#define PFOW_COMMAND_ADDRESS_L 0x0088
/* command address register upper address bits */
#define PFOW_COMMAND_ADDRESS_H 0x008a
/* number of bytes to be proggrammed lower address bits */
#define PFOW_DATA_COUNT_L 0x0090
/* number of bytes to be proggrammed higher address bits */
#define PFOW_DATA_COUNT_H 0x0092
/* command execution register, the only possible value is 0x01 */
#define PFOW_COMMAND_EXECUTE 0x00c0
/* 0x01 should be written at this address to clear buffer */
#define PFOW_CLEAR_PROGRAM_BUFFER 0x00c4
/* device program/erase suspend register */
#define PFOW_PROGRAM_ERASE_SUSPEND 0x00c8
/* device status register */
#define PFOW_DSR 0x00cc
/* LPDDR memory device command codes */
/* They are possible values of PFOW command code register */
#define LPDDR_WORD_PROGRAM 0x0041
#define LPDDR_BUFF_PROGRAM 0x00E9
#define LPDDR_BLOCK_ERASE 0x0020
#define LPDDR_LOCK_BLOCK 0x0061
#define LPDDR_UNLOCK_BLOCK 0x0062
#define LPDDR_READ_BLOCK_LOCK_STATUS 0x0065
#define LPDDR_INFO_QUERY 0x0098
#define LPDDR_READ_OTP 0x0097
#define LPDDR_PROG_OTP 0x00C0
#define LPDDR_RESUME 0x00D0
/* Defines possible value of PFOW command execution register */
#define LPDDR_START_EXECUTION 0x0001
/* Defines possible value of PFOW program/erase suspend register */
#define LPDDR_SUSPEND 0x0001
/* Possible values of PFOW device status register */
/* access R - read; RC read & clearable */
#define DSR_DPS (1<<1) /* RC; device protect status
* 0 - not protected 1 - locked */
#define DSR_PSS (1<<2) /* R; program suspend status;
* 0-prog in progress/completed,
* 1- prog suspended */
#define DSR_VPPS (1<<3) /* RC; 0-Vpp OK, * 1-Vpp low */
#define DSR_PROGRAM_STATUS (1<<4) /* RC; 0-successful, 1-error */
#define DSR_ERASE_STATUS (1<<5) /* RC; erase or blank check status;
* 0-success erase/blank check,
* 1 blank check error */
#define DSR_ESS (1<<6) /* R; erase suspend status;
* 0-erase in progress/complete,
* 1 erase suspended */
#define DSR_READY_STATUS (1<<7) /* R; Device status
* 0-busy,
* 1-ready */
#define DSR_RPS (0x3<<8) /* RC; region program status
* 00 - Success,
* 01-re-program attempt in region with
* object mode data,
* 10-object mode program w attempt in
* region with control mode data
* 11-attempt to program invalid half
* with 0x41 command */
#define DSR_AOS (1<<12) /* RC; 1- AO related failure */
#define DSR_AVAILABLE (1<<15) /* R; Device availbility
* 1 - Device available
* 0 - not available */
/* The superset of all possible error bits in DSR */
#define DSR_ERR 0x133A
static inline void send_pfow_command(struct map_info *map,
unsigned long cmd_code, unsigned long adr,
unsigned long len, map_word *datum)
{
int bits_per_chip = map_bankwidth(map) * 8;
int chipnum;
struct lpddr_private *lpddr = map->fldrv_priv;
chipnum = adr >> lpddr->chipshift;
map_write(map, CMD(cmd_code), map->pfow_base + PFOW_COMMAND_CODE);
map_write(map, CMD(adr & ((1<<bits_per_chip) - 1)),
map->pfow_base + PFOW_COMMAND_ADDRESS_L);
map_write(map, CMD(adr>>bits_per_chip),
map->pfow_base + PFOW_COMMAND_ADDRESS_H);
if (len) {
map_write(map, CMD(len & ((1<<bits_per_chip) - 1)),
map->pfow_base + PFOW_DATA_COUNT_L);
map_write(map, CMD(len>>bits_per_chip),
map->pfow_base + PFOW_DATA_COUNT_H);
}
if (datum)
map_write(map, *datum, map->pfow_base + PFOW_COMMAND_DATA);
/* Command execution start */
map_write(map, CMD(LPDDR_START_EXECUTION),
map->pfow_base + PFOW_COMMAND_EXECUTE);
}
static inline void print_drs_error(unsigned dsr)
{
int prog_status = (dsr & DSR_RPS) >> 8;
if (!(dsr & DSR_AVAILABLE))
printk(KERN_NOTICE"DSR.15: (0) Device not Available\n");
if (prog_status & 0x03)
printk(KERN_NOTICE"DSR.9,8: (11) Attempt to program invalid "
"half with 41h command\n");
else if (prog_status & 0x02)
printk(KERN_NOTICE"DSR.9,8: (10) Object Mode Program attempt "
"in region with Control Mode data\n");
else if (prog_status & 0x01)
printk(KERN_NOTICE"DSR.9,8: (01) Program attempt in region "
"with Object Mode data\n");
if (!(dsr & DSR_READY_STATUS))
printk(KERN_NOTICE"DSR.7: (0) Device is Busy\n");
if (dsr & DSR_ESS)
printk(KERN_NOTICE"DSR.6: (1) Erase Suspended\n");
if (dsr & DSR_ERASE_STATUS)
printk(KERN_NOTICE"DSR.5: (1) Erase/Blank check error\n");
if (dsr & DSR_PROGRAM_STATUS)
printk(KERN_NOTICE"DSR.4: (1) Program Error\n");
if (dsr & DSR_VPPS)
printk(KERN_NOTICE"DSR.3: (1) Vpp low detect, operation "
"aborted\n");
if (dsr & DSR_PSS)
printk(KERN_NOTICE"DSR.2: (1) Program suspended\n");
if (dsr & DSR_DPS)
printk(KERN_NOTICE"DSR.1: (1) Aborted Erase/Program attempt "
"on locked block\n");
}
#endif /* __LINUX_MTD_PFOW_H */
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