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authorBryan Wu <bryan.wu@analog.com>2007-05-06 14:50:22 -0700
committerLinus Torvalds <torvalds@woody.linux-foundation.org>2007-05-07 12:12:58 -0700
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blackfin architecture
This adds support for the Analog Devices Blackfin processor architecture, and currently supports the BF533, BF532, BF531, BF537, BF536, BF534, and BF561 (Dual Core) devices, with a variety of development platforms including those avaliable from Analog Devices (BF533-EZKit, BF533-STAMP, BF537-STAMP, BF561-EZKIT), and Bluetechnix! Tinyboards. The Blackfin architecture was jointly developed by Intel and Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) as the Micro Signal Architecture (MSA) core and introduced it in December of 2000. Since then ADI has put this core into its Blackfin processor family of devices. The Blackfin core has the advantages of a clean, orthogonal,RISC-like microprocessor instruction set. It combines a dual-MAC (Multiply/Accumulate), state-of-the-art signal processing engine and single-instruction, multiple-data (SIMD) multimedia capabilities into a single instruction-set architecture. The Blackfin architecture, including the instruction set, is described by the ADSP-BF53x/BF56x Blackfin Processor Programming Reference http://blackfin.uclinux.org/gf/download/frsrelease/29/2549/Blackfin_PRM.pdf The Blackfin processor is already supported by major releases of gcc, and there are binary and source rpms/tarballs for many architectures at: http://blackfin.uclinux.org/gf/project/toolchain/frs There is complete documentation, including "getting started" guides available at: http://docs.blackfin.uclinux.org/ which provides links to the sources and patches you will need in order to set up a cross-compiling environment for bfin-linux-uclibc This patch, as well as the other patches (toolchain, distribution, uClibc) are actively supported by Analog Devices Inc, at: http://blackfin.uclinux.org/ We have tested this on LTP, and our test plan (including pass/fails) can be found at: http://docs.blackfin.uclinux.org/doku.php?id=testing_the_linux_kernel [m.kozlowski@tuxland.pl: balance parenthesis in blackfin header files] Signed-off-by: Bryan Wu <bryan.wu@analog.com> Signed-off-by: Mariusz Kozlowski <m.kozlowski@tuxland.pl> Signed-off-by: Aubrey Li <aubrey.li@analog.com> Signed-off-by: Jie Zhang <jie.zhang@analog.com> Signed-off-by: Andrew Morton <akpm@linux-foundation.org> Signed-off-by: Linus Torvalds <torvalds@linux-foundation.org>
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+/*
+ * File: arch/blackfin/mach-common/cplbmgtr.S
+ * Based on:
+ * Author: LG Soft India
+ *
+ * Created: ?
+ * Description: CPLB replacement routine for CPLB mismatch
+ *
+ * Modified:
+ * Copyright 2004-2006 Analog Devices Inc.
+ *
+ * Bugs: Enter bugs at http://blackfin.uclinux.org/
+ *
+ * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+ * it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+ * the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
+ * (at your option) any later version.
+ *
+ * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+ * but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+ * MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+ * GNU General Public License for more details.
+ *
+ * You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+ * along with this program; if not, see the file COPYING, or write
+ * to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,
+ * 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA
+ */
+
+/* Usage: int _cplb_mgr(is_data_miss,int enable_cache)
+ * is_data_miss==2 => Mark as Dirty, write to the clean data page
+ * is_data_miss==1 => Replace a data CPLB.
+ * is_data_miss==0 => Replace an instruction CPLB.
+ *
+ * Returns:
+ * CPLB_RELOADED => Successfully updated CPLB table.
+ * CPLB_NO_UNLOCKED => All CPLBs are locked, so cannot be evicted.
+ * This indicates that the CPLBs in the configuration
+ * tablei are badly configured, as this should never
+ * occur.
+ * CPLB_NO_ADDR_MATCH => The address being accessed, that triggered the
+ * exception, is not covered by any of the CPLBs in
+ * the configuration table. The application is
+ * presumably misbehaving.
+ * CPLB_PROT_VIOL => The address being accessed, that triggered the
+ * exception, was not a first-write to a clean Write
+ * Back Data page, and so presumably is a genuine
+ * violation of the page's protection attributes.
+ * The application is misbehaving.
+ */
+
+#include <linux/linkage.h>
+#include <asm/blackfin.h>
+#include <asm/cplb.h>
+
+#ifdef CONFIG_EXCPT_IRQ_SYSC_L1
+.section .l1.text
+#else
+.text
+#endif
+
+.align 2;
+ENTRY(_cplb_mgr)
+
+ [--SP]=( R7:4,P5:3 );
+
+ CC = R0 == 2;
+ IF CC JUMP .Ldcplb_write;
+
+ CC = R0 == 0;
+ IF !CC JUMP .Ldcplb_miss_compare;
+
+ /* ICPLB Miss Exception. We need to choose one of the
+ * currently-installed CPLBs, and replace it with one
+ * from the configuration table.
+ */
+
+ P4.L = (ICPLB_FAULT_ADDR & 0xFFFF);
+ P4.H = (ICPLB_FAULT_ADDR >> 16);
+
+ P1 = 16;
+ P5.L = _page_size_table;
+ P5.H = _page_size_table;
+
+ P0.L = (ICPLB_DATA0 & 0xFFFF);
+ P0.H = (ICPLB_DATA0 >> 16);
+ R4 = [P4]; /* Get faulting address*/
+ R6 = 64; /* Advance past the fault address, which*/
+ R6 = R6 + R4; /* we'll use if we find a match*/
+ R3 = ((16 << 8) | 2); /* Extract mask, bits 16 and 17.*/
+
+ R5 = 0;
+.Lisearch:
+
+ R1 = [P0-0x100]; /* Address for this CPLB */
+
+ R0 = [P0++]; /* Info for this CPLB*/
+ CC = BITTST(R0,0); /* Is the CPLB valid?*/
+ IF !CC JUMP .Lnomatch; /* Skip it, if not.*/
+ CC = R4 < R1(IU); /* If fault address less than page start*/
+ IF CC JUMP .Lnomatch; /* then skip this one.*/
+ R2 = EXTRACT(R0,R3.L) (Z); /* Get page size*/
+ P1 = R2;
+ P1 = P5 + (P1<<2); /* index into page-size table*/
+ R2 = [P1]; /* Get the page size*/
+ R1 = R1 + R2; /* and add to page start, to get page end*/
+ CC = R4 < R1(IU); /* and see whether fault addr is in page.*/
+ IF !CC R4 = R6; /* If so, advance the address and finish loop.*/
+ IF !CC JUMP .Lisearch_done;
+.Lnomatch:
+ /* Go around again*/
+ R5 += 1;
+ CC = BITTST(R5, 4); /* i.e CC = R5 >= 16*/
+ IF !CC JUMP .Lisearch;
+
+.Lisearch_done:
+ I0 = R4; /* Fault address we'll search for*/
+
+ /* set up pointers */
+ P0.L = (ICPLB_DATA0 & 0xFFFF);
+ P0.H = (ICPLB_DATA0 >> 16);
+
+ /* The replacement procedure for ICPLBs */
+
+ P4.L = (IMEM_CONTROL & 0xFFFF);
+ P4.H = (IMEM_CONTROL >> 16);
+
+ /* disable cplbs */
+ R5 = [P4]; /* Control Register*/
+ BITCLR(R5,ENICPLB_P);
+ CLI R1;
+ SSYNC; /* SSYNC required before writing to IMEM_CONTROL. */
+ .align 8;
+ [P4] = R5;
+ SSYNC;
+ STI R1;
+
+ R1 = -1; /* end point comparison */
+ R3 = 16; /* counter */
+
+ /* Search through CPLBs for first non-locked entry */
+ /* Overwrite it by moving everyone else up by 1 */
+.Licheck_lock:
+ R0 = [P0++];
+ R3 = R3 + R1;
+ CC = R3 == R1;
+ IF CC JUMP .Lall_locked;
+ CC = BITTST(R0, 0); /* an invalid entry is good */
+ IF !CC JUMP .Lifound_victim;
+ CC = BITTST(R0,1); /* but a locked entry isn't */
+ IF CC JUMP .Licheck_lock;
+
+.Lifound_victim:
+#ifdef CONFIG_CPLB_INFO
+ R7 = [P0 - 0x104];
+ P2.L = _ipdt_table;
+ P2.H = _ipdt_table;
+ P3.L = _ipdt_swapcount_table;
+ P3.H = _ipdt_swapcount_table;
+ P3 += -4;
+.Licount:
+ R2 = [P2]; /* address from config table */
+ P2 += 8;
+ P3 += 8;
+ CC = R2==-1;
+ IF CC JUMP .Licount_done;
+ CC = R7==R2;
+ IF !CC JUMP .Licount;
+ R7 = [P3];
+ R7 += 1;
+ [P3] = R7;
+ CSYNC;
+.Licount_done:
+#endif
+ LC0=R3;
+ LSETUP(.Lis_move,.Lie_move) LC0;
+.Lis_move:
+ R0 = [P0];
+ [P0 - 4] = R0;
+ R0 = [P0 - 0x100];
+ [P0-0x104] = R0;
+.Lie_move:P0+=4;
+
+ /* We've made space in the ICPLB table, so that ICPLB15
+ * is now free to be overwritten. Next, we have to determine
+ * which CPLB we need to install, from the configuration
+ * table. This is a matter of getting the start-of-page
+ * addresses and page-lengths from the config table, and
+ * determining whether the fault address falls within that
+ * range.
+ */
+
+ P2.L = _ipdt_table;
+ P2.H = _ipdt_table;
+#ifdef CONFIG_CPLB_INFO
+ P3.L = _ipdt_swapcount_table;
+ P3.H = _ipdt_swapcount_table;
+ P3 += -8;
+#endif
+ P0.L = _page_size_table;
+ P0.H = _page_size_table;
+
+ /* Retrieve our fault address (which may have been advanced
+ * because the faulting instruction crossed a page boundary).
+ */
+
+ R0 = I0;
+
+ /* An extraction pattern, to get the page-size bits from
+ * the CPLB data entry. Bits 16-17, so two bits at posn 16.
+ */
+
+ R1 = ((16<<8)|2);
+.Linext: R4 = [P2++]; /* address from config table */
+ R2 = [P2++]; /* data from config table */
+#ifdef CONFIG_CPLB_INFO
+ P3 += 8;
+#endif
+
+ CC = R4 == -1; /* End of config table*/
+ IF CC JUMP .Lno_page_in_table;
+
+ /* See if failed address > start address */
+ CC = R4 <= R0(IU);
+ IF !CC JUMP .Linext;
+
+ /* extract page size (17:16)*/
+ R3 = EXTRACT(R2, R1.L) (Z);
+
+ /* add page size to addr to get range */
+
+ P5 = R3;
+ P5 = P0 + (P5 << 2); /* scaled, for int access*/
+ R3 = [P5];
+ R3 = R3 + R4;
+
+ /* See if failed address < (start address + page size) */
+ CC = R0 < R3(IU);
+ IF !CC JUMP .Linext;
+
+ /* We've found a CPLB in the config table that covers
+ * the faulting address, so install this CPLB into the
+ * last entry of the table.
+ */
+
+ P1.L = (ICPLB_DATA15 & 0xFFFF); /* ICPLB_DATA15 */
+ P1.H = (ICPLB_DATA15 >> 16);
+ [P1] = R2;
+ [P1-0x100] = R4;
+#ifdef CONFIG_CPLB_INFO
+ R3 = [P3];
+ R3 += 1;
+ [P3] = R3;
+#endif
+
+ /* P4 points to IMEM_CONTROL, and R5 contains its old
+ * value, after we disabled ICPLBS. Re-enable them.
+ */
+
+ BITSET(R5,ENICPLB_P);
+ CLI R2;
+ SSYNC; /* SSYNC required before writing to IMEM_CONTROL. */
+ .align 8;
+ [P4] = R5;
+ SSYNC;
+ STI R2;
+
+ ( R7:4,P5:3 ) = [SP++];
+ R0 = CPLB_RELOADED;
+ RTS;
+
+/* FAILED CASES*/
+.Lno_page_in_table:
+ ( R7:4,P5:3 ) = [SP++];
+ R0 = CPLB_NO_ADDR_MATCH;
+ RTS;
+.Lall_locked:
+ ( R7:4,P5:3 ) = [SP++];
+ R0 = CPLB_NO_UNLOCKED;
+ RTS;
+.Lprot_violation:
+ ( R7:4,P5:3 ) = [SP++];
+ R0 = CPLB_PROT_VIOL;
+ RTS;
+
+.Ldcplb_write:
+
+ /* if a DCPLB is marked as write-back (CPLB_WT==0), and
+ * it is clean (CPLB_DIRTY==0), then a write to the
+ * CPLB's page triggers a protection violation. We have to
+ * mark the CPLB as dirty, to indicate that there are
+ * pending writes associated with the CPLB.
+ */
+
+ P4.L = (DCPLB_STATUS & 0xFFFF);
+ P4.H = (DCPLB_STATUS >> 16);
+ P3.L = (DCPLB_DATA0 & 0xFFFF);
+ P3.H = (DCPLB_DATA0 >> 16);
+ R5 = [P4];
+
+ /* A protection violation can be caused by more than just writes
+ * to a clean WB page, so we have to ensure that:
+ * - It's a write
+ * - to a clean WB page
+ * - and is allowed in the mode the access occurred.
+ */
+
+ CC = BITTST(R5, 16); /* ensure it was a write*/
+ IF !CC JUMP .Lprot_violation;
+
+ /* to check the rest, we have to retrieve the DCPLB.*/
+
+ /* The low half of DCPLB_STATUS is a bit mask*/
+
+ R2 = R5.L (Z); /* indicating which CPLB triggered the event.*/
+ R3 = 30; /* so we can use this to determine the offset*/
+ R2.L = SIGNBITS R2;
+ R2 = R2.L (Z); /* into the DCPLB table.*/
+ R3 = R3 - R2;
+ P4 = R3;
+ P3 = P3 + (P4<<2);
+ R3 = [P3]; /* Retrieve the CPLB*/
+
+ /* Now we can check whether it's a clean WB page*/
+
+ CC = BITTST(R3, 14); /* 0==WB, 1==WT*/
+ IF CC JUMP .Lprot_violation;
+ CC = BITTST(R3, 7); /* 0 == clean, 1 == dirty*/
+ IF CC JUMP .Lprot_violation;
+
+ /* Check whether the write is allowed in the mode that was active.*/
+
+ R2 = 1<<3; /* checking write in user mode*/
+ CC = BITTST(R5, 17); /* 0==was user, 1==was super*/
+ R5 = CC;
+ R2 <<= R5; /* if was super, check write in super mode*/
+ R2 = R3 & R2;
+ CC = R2 == 0;
+ IF CC JUMP .Lprot_violation;
+
+ /* It's a genuine write-to-clean-page.*/
+
+ BITSET(R3, 7); /* mark as dirty*/
+ [P3] = R3; /* and write back.*/
+ NOP;
+ CSYNC;
+ ( R7:4,P5:3 ) = [SP++];
+ R0 = CPLB_RELOADED;
+ RTS;
+
+.Ldcplb_miss_compare:
+
+ /* Data CPLB Miss event. We need to choose a CPLB to
+ * evict, and then locate a new CPLB to install from the
+ * config table, that covers the faulting address.
+ */
+
+ P1.L = (DCPLB_DATA15 & 0xFFFF);
+ P1.H = (DCPLB_DATA15 >> 16);
+
+ P4.L = (DCPLB_FAULT_ADDR & 0xFFFF);
+ P4.H = (DCPLB_FAULT_ADDR >> 16);
+ R4 = [P4];
+ I0 = R4;
+
+ /* The replacement procedure for DCPLBs*/
+
+ R6 = R1; /* Save for later*/
+
+ /* Turn off CPLBs while we work.*/
+ P4.L = (DMEM_CONTROL & 0xFFFF);
+ P4.H = (DMEM_CONTROL >> 16);
+ R5 = [P4];
+ BITCLR(R5,ENDCPLB_P);
+ CLI R0;
+ SSYNC; /* SSYNC required before writing to DMEM_CONTROL. */
+ .align 8;
+ [P4] = R5;
+ SSYNC;
+ STI R0;
+
+ /* Start looking for a CPLB to evict. Our order of preference
+ * is: invalid CPLBs, clean CPLBs, dirty CPLBs. Locked CPLBs
+ * are no good.
+ */
+
+ I1.L = (DCPLB_DATA0 & 0xFFFF);
+ I1.H = (DCPLB_DATA0 >> 16);
+ P1 = 2;
+ P2 = 16;
+ I2.L = _dcplb_preference;
+ I2.H = _dcplb_preference;
+ LSETUP(.Lsdsearch1, .Ledsearch1) LC0 = P1;
+.Lsdsearch1:
+ R0 = [I2++]; /* Get the bits we're interested in*/
+ P0 = I1; /* Go back to start of table*/
+ LSETUP (.Lsdsearch2, .Ledsearch2) LC1 = P2;
+.Lsdsearch2:
+ R1 = [P0++]; /* Fetch each installed CPLB in turn*/
+ R2 = R1 & R0; /* and test for interesting bits.*/
+ CC = R2 == 0; /* If none are set, it'll do.*/
+ IF !CC JUMP .Lskip_stack_check;
+
+ R2 = [P0 - 0x104]; /* R2 - PageStart */
+ P3.L = _page_size_table; /* retrieve end address */
+ P3.H = _page_size_table; /* retrieve end address */
+ R3 = 0x1002; /* 16th - position, 2 bits -length */
+#ifdef ANOMALY_05000209
+ nop; /* Anomaly 05000209 */
+#endif
+ R7 = EXTRACT(R1,R3.l);
+ R7 = R7 << 2; /* Page size index offset */
+ P5 = R7;
+ P3 = P3 + P5;
+ R7 = [P3]; /* page size in bytes */
+
+ R7 = R2 + R7; /* R7 - PageEnd */
+ R4 = SP; /* Test SP is in range */
+
+ CC = R7 < R4; /* if PageEnd < SP */
+ IF CC JUMP .Ldfound_victim;
+ R3 = 0x284; /* stack length from start of trap till
+ * the point.
+ * 20 stack locations for future modifications
+ */
+ R4 = R4 + R3;
+ CC = R4 < R2; /* if SP + stacklen < PageStart */
+ IF CC JUMP .Ldfound_victim;
+.Lskip_stack_check:
+
+.Ledsearch2: NOP;
+.Ledsearch1: NOP;
+
+ /* If we got here, we didn't find a DCPLB we considered
+ * replacable, which means all of them were locked.
+ */
+
+ JUMP .Lall_locked;
+.Ldfound_victim:
+
+#ifdef CONFIG_CPLB_INFO
+ R7 = [P0 - 0x104];
+ P2.L = _dpdt_table;
+ P2.H = _dpdt_table;
+ P3.L = _dpdt_swapcount_table;
+ P3.H = _dpdt_swapcount_table;
+ P3 += -4;
+.Ldicount:
+ R2 = [P2];
+ P2 += 8;
+ P3 += 8;
+ CC = R2==-1;
+ IF CC JUMP .Ldicount_done;
+ CC = R7==R2;
+ IF !CC JUMP .Ldicount;
+ R7 = [P3];
+ R7 += 1;
+ [P3] = R7;
+.Ldicount_done:
+#endif
+
+ /* Clean down the hardware loops*/
+ R2 = 0;
+ LC1 = R2;
+ LC0 = R2;
+
+ /* There's a suitable victim in [P0-4] (because we've
+ * advanced already).
+ */
+
+.LDdoverwrite:
+
+ /* [P0-4] is a suitable victim CPLB, so we want to
+ * overwrite it by moving all the following CPLBs
+ * one space closer to the start.
+ */
+
+ R1.L = (DCPLB_DATA16 & 0xFFFF); /* DCPLB_DATA15 + 4 */
+ R1.H = (DCPLB_DATA16 >> 16);
+ R0 = P0;
+
+ /* If the victim happens to be in DCPLB15,
+ * we don't need to move anything.
+ */
+
+ CC = R1 == R0;
+ IF CC JUMP .Lde_moved;
+ R1 = R1 - R0;
+ R1 >>= 2;
+ P1 = R1;
+ LSETUP(.Lds_move, .Lde_move) LC0=P1;
+.Lds_move:
+ R0 = [P0++]; /* move data */
+ [P0 - 8] = R0;
+ R0 = [P0-0x104] /* move address */
+.Lde_move: [P0-0x108] = R0;
+
+ /* We've now made space in DCPLB15 for the new CPLB to be
+ * installed. The next stage is to locate a CPLB in the
+ * config table that covers the faulting address.
+ */
+
+.Lde_moved:NOP;
+ R0 = I0; /* Our faulting address */
+
+ P2.L = _dpdt_table;
+ P2.H = _dpdt_table;
+#ifdef CONFIG_CPLB_INFO
+ P3.L = _dpdt_swapcount_table;
+ P3.H = _dpdt_swapcount_table;
+ P3 += -8;
+#endif
+
+ P1.L = _page_size_table;
+ P1.H = _page_size_table;
+
+ /* An extraction pattern, to retrieve bits 17:16.*/
+
+ R1 = (16<<8)|2;
+.Ldnext: R4 = [P2++]; /* address */
+ R2 = [P2++]; /* data */
+#ifdef CONFIG_CPLB_INFO
+ P3 += 8;
+#endif
+
+ CC = R4 == -1;
+ IF CC JUMP .Lno_page_in_table;
+
+ /* See if failed address > start address */
+ CC = R4 <= R0(IU);
+ IF !CC JUMP .Ldnext;
+
+ /* extract page size (17:16)*/
+ R3 = EXTRACT(R2, R1.L) (Z);
+
+ /* add page size to addr to get range */
+
+ P5 = R3;
+ P5 = P1 + (P5 << 2);
+ R3 = [P5];
+ R3 = R3 + R4;
+
+ /* See if failed address < (start address + page size) */
+ CC = R0 < R3(IU);
+ IF !CC JUMP .Ldnext;
+
+ /* We've found the CPLB that should be installed, so
+ * write it into CPLB15, masking off any caching bits
+ * if necessary.
+ */
+
+ P1.L = (DCPLB_DATA15 & 0xFFFF);
+ P1.H = (DCPLB_DATA15 >> 16);
+
+ /* If the DCPLB has cache bits set, but caching hasn't
+ * been enabled, then we want to mask off the cache-in-L1
+ * bit before installing. Moreover, if caching is off, we
+ * also want to ensure that the DCPLB has WT mode set, rather
+ * than WB, since WB pages still trigger first-write exceptions
+ * even when not caching is off, and the page isn't marked as
+ * cachable. Finally, we could mark the page as clean, not dirty,
+ * but we choose to leave that decision to the user; if the user
+ * chooses to have a CPLB pre-defined as dirty, then they always
+ * pay the cost of flushing during eviction, but don't pay the
+ * cost of first-write exceptions to mark the page as dirty.
+ */
+
+#ifdef CONFIG_BLKFIN_WT
+ BITSET(R6, 14); /* Set WT*/
+#endif
+
+ [P1] = R2;
+ [P1-0x100] = R4;
+#ifdef CONFIG_CPLB_INFO
+ R3 = [P3];
+ R3 += 1;
+ [P3] = R3;
+#endif
+
+ /* We've installed the CPLB, so re-enable CPLBs. P4
+ * points to DMEM_CONTROL, and R5 is the value we
+ * last wrote to it, when we were disabling CPLBs.
+ */
+
+ BITSET(R5,ENDCPLB_P);
+ CLI R2;
+ .align 8;
+ [P4] = R5;
+ SSYNC;
+ STI R2;
+
+ ( R7:4,P5:3 ) = [SP++];
+ R0 = CPLB_RELOADED;
+ RTS;
+
+.data
+.align 4;
+_page_size_table:
+.byte4 0x00000400; /* 1K */
+.byte4 0x00001000; /* 4K */
+.byte4 0x00100000; /* 1M */
+.byte4 0x00400000; /* 4M */
+
+.align 4;
+_dcplb_preference:
+.byte4 0x00000001; /* valid bit */
+.byte4 0x00000002; /* lock bit */