Commit ec0c7b18 authored by Sophie Brun's avatar Sophie Brun

Import Upstream version 5.3.9

parent fbc747c7
......@@ -5267,6 +5267,10 @@
the unplug protocol
never -- do not unplug even if version check succeeds
xen_legacy_crash [X86,XEN]
Crash from Xen panic notifier, without executing late
panic() code such as dumping handler.
xen_nopvspin [X86,XEN]
Disables the ticketlock slowpath using Xen PV
optimizations.
......
......@@ -107,6 +107,8 @@ stable kernels.
+----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------------------+
| Cavium | ThunderX2 SMMUv3| #126 | N/A |
+----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------------------+
| Cavium | ThunderX2 Core | #219 | CAVIUM_TX2_ERRATUM_219 |
+----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------------------+
+----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------------------+
| Freescale/NXP | LS2080A/LS1043A | A-008585 | FSL_ERRATUM_A008585 |
+----------------+-----------------+-----------------+-----------------------------+
......
......@@ -9,15 +9,16 @@ CFS bandwidth control is a CONFIG_FAIR_GROUP_SCHED extension which allows the
specification of the maximum CPU bandwidth available to a group or hierarchy.
The bandwidth allowed for a group is specified using a quota and period. Within
each given "period" (microseconds), a group is allowed to consume only up to
"quota" microseconds of CPU time. When the CPU bandwidth consumption of a
group exceeds this limit (for that period), the tasks belonging to its
hierarchy will be throttled and are not allowed to run again until the next
period.
A group's unused runtime is globally tracked, being refreshed with quota units
above at each period boundary. As threads consume this bandwidth it is
transferred to cpu-local "silos" on a demand basis. The amount transferred
each given "period" (microseconds), a task group is allocated up to "quota"
microseconds of CPU time. That quota is assigned to per-cpu run queues in
slices as threads in the cgroup become runnable. Once all quota has been
assigned any additional requests for quota will result in those threads being
throttled. Throttled threads will not be able to run again until the next
period when the quota is replenished.
A group's unassigned quota is globally tracked, being refreshed back to
cfs_quota units at each period boundary. As threads consume this bandwidth it
is transferred to cpu-local "silos" on a demand basis. The amount transferred
within each of these updates is tunable and described as the "slice".
Management
......@@ -35,12 +36,12 @@ The default values are::
A value of -1 for cpu.cfs_quota_us indicates that the group does not have any
bandwidth restriction in place, such a group is described as an unconstrained
bandwidth group. This represents the traditional work-conserving behavior for
bandwidth group. This represents the traditional work-conserving behavior for
CFS.
Writing any (valid) positive value(s) will enact the specified bandwidth limit.
The minimum quota allowed for the quota or period is 1ms. There is also an
upper bound on the period length of 1s. Additional restrictions exist when
The minimum quota allowed for the quota or period is 1ms. There is also an
upper bound on the period length of 1s. Additional restrictions exist when
bandwidth limits are used in a hierarchical fashion, these are explained in
more detail below.
......@@ -53,8 +54,8 @@ unthrottled if it is in a constrained state.
System wide settings
--------------------
For efficiency run-time is transferred between the global pool and CPU local
"silos" in a batch fashion. This greatly reduces global accounting pressure
on large systems. The amount transferred each time such an update is required
"silos" in a batch fashion. This greatly reduces global accounting pressure
on large systems. The amount transferred each time such an update is required
is described as the "slice".
This is tunable via procfs::
......@@ -97,6 +98,51 @@ There are two ways in which a group may become throttled:
In case b) above, even though the child may have runtime remaining it will not
be allowed to until the parent's runtime is refreshed.
CFS Bandwidth Quota Caveats
---------------------------
Once a slice is assigned to a cpu it does not expire. However all but 1ms of
the slice may be returned to the global pool if all threads on that cpu become
unrunnable. This is configured at compile time by the min_cfs_rq_runtime
variable. This is a performance tweak that helps prevent added contention on
the global lock.
The fact that cpu-local slices do not expire results in some interesting corner
cases that should be understood.
For cgroup cpu constrained applications that are cpu limited this is a
relatively moot point because they will naturally consume the entirety of their
quota as well as the entirety of each cpu-local slice in each period. As a
result it is expected that nr_periods roughly equal nr_throttled, and that
cpuacct.usage will increase roughly equal to cfs_quota_us in each period.
For highly-threaded, non-cpu bound applications this non-expiration nuance
allows applications to briefly burst past their quota limits by the amount of
unused slice on each cpu that the task group is running on (typically at most
1ms per cpu or as defined by min_cfs_rq_runtime). This slight burst only
applies if quota had been assigned to a cpu and then not fully used or returned
in previous periods. This burst amount will not be transferred between cores.
As a result, this mechanism still strictly limits the task group to quota
average usage, albeit over a longer time window than a single period. This
also limits the burst ability to no more than 1ms per cpu. This provides
better more predictable user experience for highly threaded applications with
small quota limits on high core count machines. It also eliminates the
propensity to throttle these applications while simultanously using less than
quota amounts of cpu. Another way to say this, is that by allowing the unused
portion of a slice to remain valid across periods we have decreased the
possibility of wastefully expiring quota on cpu-local silos that don't need a
full slice's amount of cpu time.
The interaction between cpu-bound and non-cpu-bound-interactive applications
should also be considered, especially when single core usage hits 100%. If you
gave each of these applications half of a cpu-core and they both got scheduled
on the same CPU it is theoretically possible that the non-cpu bound application
will use up to 1ms additional quota in some periods, thereby preventing the
cpu-bound application from fully using its quota by that same amount. In these
instances it will be up to the CFS algorithm (see sched-design-CFS.rst) to
decide which application is chosen to run, as they will both be runnable and
have remaining quota. This runtime discrepancy will be made up in the following
periods when the interactive application idles.
Examples
--------
1. Limit a group to 1 CPU worth of runtime::
......
# SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0
VERSION = 5
PATCHLEVEL = 3
SUBLEVEL = 7
SUBLEVEL = 9
EXTRAVERSION =
NAME = Bobtail Squid
......
......@@ -614,8 +614,8 @@ static int arc_pmu_device_probe(struct platform_device *pdev)
/* loop thru all available h/w condition indexes */
for (i = 0; i < cc_bcr.c; i++) {
write_aux_reg(ARC_REG_CC_INDEX, i);
cc_name.indiv.word0 = read_aux_reg(ARC_REG_CC_NAME0);
cc_name.indiv.word1 = read_aux_reg(ARC_REG_CC_NAME1);
cc_name.indiv.word0 = le32_to_cpu(read_aux_reg(ARC_REG_CC_NAME0));
cc_name.indiv.word1 = le32_to_cpu(read_aux_reg(ARC_REG_CC_NAME1));
arc_pmu_map_hw_event(i, cc_name.str);
arc_pmu_add_raw_event_attr(i, cc_name.str);
......
......@@ -432,7 +432,7 @@ &mmc1 {
pinctrl-0 = <&mmc0_pins_default>;
};
&gpio0 {
&gpio0_target {
/* Do not idle the GPIO used for holding the VTT regulator */
ti,no-reset-on-init;
ti,no-idle-on-init;
......
......@@ -127,7 +127,7 @@ [email protected] { /* 0x44e05000, ap 12 30.0 */
ranges = <0x0 0x5000 0x1000>;
};
[email protected] { /* 0x44e07000, ap 14 20.0 */
gpio0_target: [email protected] { /* 0x44e07000, ap 14 20.0 */
compatible = "ti,sysc-omap2", "ti,sysc";
ti,hwmods = "gpio1";
reg = <0x7000 0x4>,
......@@ -2038,7 +2038,9 @@ [email protected] { /* 0x4830e000, ap 72 4a.0 */
reg = <0xe000 0x4>,
<0xe054 0x4>;
reg-names = "rev", "sysc";
ti,sysc-midle ;
ti,sysc-midle = <SYSC_IDLE_FORCE>,
<SYSC_IDLE_NO>,
<SYSC_IDLE_SMART>;
ti,sysc-sidle = <SYSC_IDLE_FORCE>,
<SYSC_IDLE_NO>,
<SYSC_IDLE_SMART>;
......
......@@ -337,6 +337,8 @@ dispc: [email protected]2a400 {
ti,hwmods = "dss_dispc";
clocks = <&disp_clk>;
clock-names = "fck";
max-memory-bandwidth = <230000000>;
};
rfbi: [email protected] {
......
......@@ -2762,7 +2762,7 @@ mcasp1: [email protected] {
interrupt-names = "tx", "rx";
dmas = <&edma_xbar 129 1>, <&edma_xbar 128 1>;
dma-names = "tx", "rx";
clocks = <&ipu_clkctrl DRA7_IPU_MCASP1_CLKCTRL 22>,
clocks = <&ipu_clkctrl DRA7_IPU_MCASP1_CLKCTRL 0>,
<&ipu_clkctrl DRA7_IPU_MCASP1_CLKCTRL 24>,
<&ipu_clkctrl DRA7_IPU_MCASP1_CLKCTRL 28>;
clock-names = "fck", "ahclkx", "ahclkr";
......@@ -2799,8 +2799,8 @@ mcasp2: [email protected] {
interrupt-names = "tx", "rx";
dmas = <&edma_xbar 131 1>, <&edma_xbar 130 1>;
dma-names = "tx", "rx";
clocks = <&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP2_CLKCTRL 22>,
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP2_CLKCTRL 24>,
clocks = <&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP2_CLKCTRL 0>,
<&ipu_clkctrl DRA7_IPU_MCASP1_CLKCTRL 24>,
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP2_CLKCTRL 28>;
clock-names = "fck", "ahclkx", "ahclkr";
status = "disabled";
......@@ -2818,9 +2818,8 @@ [email protected] { /* 0x48468000, ap 13 26.0 */
<SYSC_IDLE_SMART>;
/* Domains (P, C): l4per_pwrdm, l4per2_clkdm */
clocks = <&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP3_CLKCTRL 0>,
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP3_CLKCTRL 24>,
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP3_CLKCTRL 28>;
clock-names = "fck", "ahclkx", "ahclkr";
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP3_CLKCTRL 24>;
clock-names = "fck", "ahclkx";
#address-cells = <1>;
#size-cells = <1>;
ranges = <0x0 0x68000 0x2000>,
......@@ -2836,7 +2835,7 @@ mcasp3: [email protected] {
interrupt-names = "tx", "rx";
dmas = <&edma_xbar 133 1>, <&edma_xbar 132 1>;
dma-names = "tx", "rx";
clocks = <&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP3_CLKCTRL 22>,
clocks = <&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP3_CLKCTRL 0>,
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP3_CLKCTRL 24>;
clock-names = "fck", "ahclkx";
status = "disabled";
......@@ -2854,9 +2853,8 @@ [email protected] { /* 0x4846c000, ap 15 2e.0 */
<SYSC_IDLE_SMART>;
/* Domains (P, C): l4per_pwrdm, l4per2_clkdm */
clocks = <&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP4_CLKCTRL 0>,
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP4_CLKCTRL 24>,
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP4_CLKCTRL 28>;
clock-names = "fck", "ahclkx", "ahclkr";
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP4_CLKCTRL 24>;
clock-names = "fck", "ahclkx";
#address-cells = <1>;
#size-cells = <1>;
ranges = <0x0 0x6c000 0x2000>,
......@@ -2872,7 +2870,7 @@ mcasp4: [email protected] {
interrupt-names = "tx", "rx";
dmas = <&edma_xbar 135 1>, <&edma_xbar 134 1>;
dma-names = "tx", "rx";
clocks = <&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP4_CLKCTRL 22>,
clocks = <&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP4_CLKCTRL 0>,
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP4_CLKCTRL 24>;
clock-names = "fck", "ahclkx";
status = "disabled";
......@@ -2890,9 +2888,8 @@ [email protected] { /* 0x48470000, ap 19 36.0 */
<SYSC_IDLE_SMART>;
/* Domains (P, C): l4per_pwrdm, l4per2_clkdm */
clocks = <&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP5_CLKCTRL 0>,
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP5_CLKCTRL 24>,
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP5_CLKCTRL 28>;
clock-names = "fck", "ahclkx", "ahclkr";
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP5_CLKCTRL 24>;
clock-names = "fck", "ahclkx";
#address-cells = <1>;
#size-cells = <1>;
ranges = <0x0 0x70000 0x2000>,
......@@ -2908,7 +2905,7 @@ mcasp5: [email protected] {
interrupt-names = "tx", "rx";
dmas = <&edma_xbar 137 1>, <&edma_xbar 136 1>;
dma-names = "tx", "rx";
clocks = <&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP5_CLKCTRL 22>,
clocks = <&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP5_CLKCTRL 0>,
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP5_CLKCTRL 24>;
clock-names = "fck", "ahclkx";
status = "disabled";
......@@ -2926,9 +2923,8 @@ [email protected] { /* 0x48474000, ap 35 14.0 */
<SYSC_IDLE_SMART>;
/* Domains (P, C): l4per_pwrdm, l4per2_clkdm */
clocks = <&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP6_CLKCTRL 0>,
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP6_CLKCTRL 24>,
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP6_CLKCTRL 28>;
clock-names = "fck", "ahclkx", "ahclkr";
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP6_CLKCTRL 24>;
clock-names = "fck", "ahclkx";
#address-cells = <1>;
#size-cells = <1>;
ranges = <0x0 0x74000 0x2000>,
......@@ -2944,7 +2940,7 @@ mcasp6: [email protected] {
interrupt-names = "tx", "rx";
dmas = <&edma_xbar 139 1>, <&edma_xbar 138 1>;
dma-names = "tx", "rx";
clocks = <&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP6_CLKCTRL 22>,
clocks = <&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP6_CLKCTRL 0>,
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP6_CLKCTRL 24>;
clock-names = "fck", "ahclkx";
status = "disabled";
......@@ -2962,9 +2958,8 @@ [email protected] { /* 0x48478000, ap 39 0c.0 */
<SYSC_IDLE_SMART>;
/* Domains (P, C): l4per_pwrdm, l4per2_clkdm */
clocks = <&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP7_CLKCTRL 0>,
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP7_CLKCTRL 24>,
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP7_CLKCTRL 28>;
clock-names = "fck", "ahclkx", "ahclkr";
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP7_CLKCTRL 24>;
clock-names = "fck", "ahclkx";
#address-cells = <1>;
#size-cells = <1>;
ranges = <0x0 0x78000 0x2000>,
......@@ -2980,7 +2975,7 @@ mcasp7: [email protected] {
interrupt-names = "tx", "rx";
dmas = <&edma_xbar 141 1>, <&edma_xbar 140 1>;
dma-names = "tx", "rx";
clocks = <&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP7_CLKCTRL 22>,
clocks = <&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP7_CLKCTRL 0>,
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP7_CLKCTRL 24>;
clock-names = "fck", "ahclkx";
status = "disabled";
......@@ -2998,9 +2993,8 @@ [email protected] { /* 0x4847c000, ap 43 04.0 */
<SYSC_IDLE_SMART>;
/* Domains (P, C): l4per_pwrdm, l4per2_clkdm */
clocks = <&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP8_CLKCTRL 0>,
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP8_CLKCTRL 24>,
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP8_CLKCTRL 28>;
clock-names = "fck", "ahclkx", "ahclkr";
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP8_CLKCTRL 24>;
clock-names = "fck", "ahclkx";
#address-cells = <1>;
#size-cells = <1>;
ranges = <0x0 0x7c000 0x2000>,
......@@ -3016,7 +3010,7 @@ mcasp8: [email protected] {
interrupt-names = "tx", "rx";
dmas = <&edma_xbar 143 1>, <&edma_xbar 142 1>;
dma-names = "tx", "rx";
clocks = <&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP8_CLKCTRL 22>,
clocks = <&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP8_CLKCTRL 0>,
<&l4per2_clkctrl DRA7_L4PER2_MCASP8_CLKCTRL 24>;
clock-names = "fck", "ahclkx";
status = "disabled";
......
......@@ -811,7 +811,8 @@ static struct omap_hwmod_class_sysconfig am33xx_timer_sysc = {
.rev_offs = 0x0000,
.sysc_offs = 0x0010,
.syss_offs = 0x0014,
.sysc_flags = (SYSC_HAS_SIDLEMODE | SYSC_HAS_SOFTRESET),
.sysc_flags = SYSC_HAS_SIDLEMODE | SYSC_HAS_SOFTRESET |
SYSC_HAS_RESET_STATUS,
.idlemodes = (SIDLE_FORCE | SIDLE_NO | SIDLE_SMART |
SIDLE_SMART_WKUP),
.sysc_fields = &omap_hwmod_sysc_type2,
......
......@@ -231,8 +231,9 @@ static struct omap_hwmod am33xx_control_hwmod = {
static struct omap_hwmod_class_sysconfig lcdc_sysc = {
.rev_offs = 0x0,
.sysc_offs = 0x54,
.sysc_flags = (SYSC_HAS_SIDLEMODE | SYSC_HAS_MIDLEMODE),
.idlemodes = (SIDLE_FORCE | SIDLE_NO | SIDLE_SMART),
.sysc_flags = SYSC_HAS_SIDLEMODE | SYSC_HAS_MIDLEMODE,
.idlemodes = SIDLE_FORCE | SIDLE_NO | SIDLE_SMART |
MSTANDBY_FORCE | MSTANDBY_NO | MSTANDBY_SMART,
.sysc_fields = &omap_hwmod_sysc_type2,
};
......
......@@ -74,83 +74,6 @@ int omap_pm_clkdms_setup(struct clockdomain *clkdm, void *unused)
return 0;
}
/*
* This API is to be called during init to set the various voltage
* domains to the voltage as per the opp table. Typically we boot up
* at the nominal voltage. So this function finds out the rate of
* the clock associated with the voltage domain, finds out the correct
* opp entry and sets the voltage domain to the voltage specified
* in the opp entry
*/
static int __init omap2_set_init_voltage(char *vdd_name, char *clk_name,
const char *oh_name)
{
struct voltagedomain *voltdm;
struct clk *clk;
struct dev_pm_opp *opp;
unsigned long freq, bootup_volt;
struct device *dev;
if (!vdd_name || !clk_name || !oh_name) {
pr_err("%s: invalid parameters\n", __func__);
goto exit;
}
if (!strncmp(oh_name, "mpu", 3))
/*
* All current OMAPs share voltage rail and clock
* source, so CPU0 is used to represent the MPU-SS.
*/
dev = get_cpu_device(0);
else
dev = omap_device_get_by_hwmod_name(oh_name);
if (IS_ERR(dev)) {
pr_err("%s: Unable to get dev pointer for hwmod %s\n",
__func__, oh_name);
goto exit;
}
voltdm = voltdm_lookup(vdd_name);
if (!voltdm) {
pr_err("%s: unable to get vdd pointer for vdd_%s\n",
__func__, vdd_name);
goto exit;
}
clk = clk_get(NULL, clk_name);
if (IS_ERR(clk)) {
pr_err("%s: unable to get clk %s\n", __func__, clk_name);
goto exit;
}
freq = clk_get_rate(clk);
clk_put(clk);
opp = dev_pm_opp_find_freq_ceil(dev, &freq);
if (IS_ERR(opp)) {
pr_err("%s: unable to find boot up OPP for vdd_%s\n",
__func__, vdd_name);
goto exit;
}
bootup_volt = dev_pm_opp_get_voltage(opp);
dev_pm_opp_put(opp);
if (!bootup_volt) {
pr_err("%s: unable to find voltage corresponding to the bootup OPP for vdd_%s\n",
__func__, vdd_name);
goto exit;
}
voltdm_scale(voltdm, bootup_volt);
return 0;
exit:
pr_err("%s: unable to set vdd_%s\n", __func__, vdd_name);
return -EINVAL;
}
#ifdef CONFIG_SUSPEND
static int omap_pm_enter(suspend_state_t suspend_state)
{
......@@ -208,25 +131,6 @@ void omap_common_suspend_init(void *pm_suspend)
}
#endif /* CONFIG_SUSPEND */
static void __init omap3_init_voltages(void)
{
if (!soc_is_omap34xx())
return;
omap2_set_init_voltage("mpu_iva", "dpll1_ck", "mpu");
omap2_set_init_voltage("core", "l3_ick", "l3_main");
}
static void __init omap4_init_voltages(void)
{
if (!soc_is_omap44xx())
return;
omap2_set_init_voltage("mpu", "dpll_mpu_ck", "mpu");
omap2_set_init_voltage("core", "l3_div_ck", "l3_main_1");
omap2_set_init_voltage("iva", "dpll_iva_m5x2_ck", "iva");
}
int __maybe_unused omap_pm_nop_init(void)
{
return 0;
......@@ -246,10 +150,6 @@ int __init omap2_common_pm_late_init(void)
omap4_twl_init();
omap_voltage_late_init();
/* Initialize the voltages */
omap3_init_voltages();
omap4_init_voltages();
/* Smartreflex device init */
omap_devinit_smartreflex();
......
......@@ -19,7 +19,9 @@ void __init xen_efi_runtime_setup(void)
efi.get_variable = xen_efi_get_variable;
efi.get_next_variable = xen_efi_get_next_variable;
efi.set_variable = xen_efi_set_variable;
efi.set_variable_nonblocking = xen_efi_set_variable;
efi.query_variable_info = xen_efi_query_variable_info;
efi.query_variable_info_nonblocking = xen_efi_query_variable_info;
efi.update_capsule = xen_efi_update_capsule;
efi.query_capsule_caps = xen_efi_query_capsule_caps;
efi.get_next_high_mono_count = xen_efi_get_next_high_mono_count;
......
......@@ -111,7 +111,7 @@ config ARM64
select GENERIC_STRNLEN_USER
select GENERIC_TIME_VSYSCALL
select GENERIC_GETTIMEOFDAY
select GENERIC_COMPAT_VDSO if (!CPU_BIG_ENDIAN && COMPAT)
select GENERIC_COMPAT_VDSO if (!CPU_BIG_ENDIAN && COMPAT && "$(CROSS_COMPILE_COMPAT)" != "")
select HANDLE_DOMAIN_IRQ
select HARDIRQS_SW_RESEND
select HAVE_PCI
......@@ -601,6 +601,23 @@ config CAVIUM_ERRATUM_30115
If unsure, say Y.
config CAVIUM_TX2_ERRATUM_219
bool "Cavium ThunderX2 erratum 219: PRFM between TTBR change and ISB fails"
default y
help
On Cavium ThunderX2, a load, store or prefetch instruction between a
TTBR update and the corresponding context synchronizing operation can
cause a spurious Data Abort to be delivered to any hardware thread in
the CPU core.
Work around the issue by avoiding the problematic code sequence and
trapping KVM guest TTBRx_EL1 writes to EL2 when SMT is enabled. The
trap handler performs the corresponding register access, skips the
instruction and ensures context synchronization by virtue of the
exception return.
If unsure, say Y.
config QCOM_FALKOR_ERRATUM_1003
bool "Falkor E1003: Incorrect translation due to ASID change"
default y
......
......@@ -47,20 +47,16 @@ $(warning Detected assembler with broken .inst; disassembly will be unreliable)
endif
endif
ifeq ($(CONFIG_CC_IS_CLANG), y)
COMPATCC ?= $(CC) --target=$(notdir $(CROSS_COMPILE_COMPAT:%-=%))
else
COMPATCC ?= $(CROSS_COMPILE_COMPAT)gcc
endif
export COMPATCC
ifeq ($(CONFIG_GENERIC_COMPAT_VDSO), y)
CROSS_COMPILE_COMPAT ?= $(CONFIG_CROSS_COMPILE_COMPAT_VDSO:"%"=%)
ifeq ($(CONFIG_CC_IS_CLANG), y)
$(warning CROSS_COMPILE_COMPAT is clang, the compat vDSO will not be built)
else ifeq ($(strip $(CROSS_COMPILE_COMPAT)),)
$(warning CROSS_COMPILE_COMPAT not defined or empty, the compat vDSO will not be built)
else ifeq ($(shell which $(CROSS_COMPILE_COMPAT)gcc 2> /dev/null),)
$(error $(CROSS_COMPILE_COMPAT)gcc not found, check CROSS_COMPILE_COMPAT)
else
export CROSS_COMPILE_COMPAT
export CONFIG_COMPAT_VDSO := y
compat_vdso := -DCONFIG_COMPAT_VDSO=1
endif
export CONFIG_COMPAT_VDSO := y
compat_vdso := -DCONFIG_COMPAT_VDSO=1
endif
KBUILD_CFLAGS += -mgeneral-regs-only $(lseinstr) $(brokengasinst) $(compat_vdso)
......
......@@ -6,6 +6,9 @@ dtb-$(CONFIG_ARCH_QCOM) += msm8916-mtp.dtb
dtb-$(CONFIG_ARCH_QCOM) += msm8992-bullhead-rev-101.dtb
dtb-$(CONFIG_ARCH_QCOM) += msm8994-angler-rev-101.dtb
dtb-$(CONFIG_ARCH_QCOM) += msm8996-mtp.dtb
dtb-$(CONFIG_ARCH_QCOM) += msm8998-asus-novago-tp370ql.dtb
dtb-$(CONFIG_ARCH_QCOM) += msm8998-hp-envy-x2.dtb
dtb-$(CONFIG_ARCH_QCOM) += msm8998-lenovo-miix-630.dtb
dtb-$(CONFIG_ARCH_QCOM) += msm8998-mtp.dtb
dtb-$(CONFIG_ARCH_QCOM) += sdm845-cheza-r1.dtb
dtb-$(CONFIG_ARCH_QCOM) += sdm845-cheza-r2.dtb
......
// SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0
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