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/* i915_drv.h -- Private header for the I915 driver -*- linux-c -*-
* Copyright 2003 Tungsten Graphics, Inc., Cedar Park, Texas.
* All Rights Reserved.
* Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a
* copy of this software and associated documentation files (the
* "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including
* without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish,
* distribute, sub license, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to
* permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to
* the following conditions:
* The above copyright notice and this permission notice (including the
* next paragraph) shall be included in all copies or substantial portions
* of the Software.
#ifndef _I915_DRV_H_
#define _I915_DRV_H_
#include <uapi/drm/i915_drm.h>
#include <uapi/drm/drm_fourcc.h>
#include <linux/io-mapping.h>
#include <linux/i2c.h>
#include <linux/i2c-algo-bit.h>
#include <linux/backlight.h>
#include <linux/hashtable.h>
#include <linux/intel-iommu.h>
#include <linux/kref.h>
#include <linux/pm_qos.h>
#include <linux/shmem_fs.h>
#include <drm/drmP.h>
#include <drm/intel-gtt.h>
#include <drm/drm_legacy.h> /* for struct drm_dma_handle */
#include <drm/drm_gem.h>
#include <drm/drm_auth.h>
#include "i915_params.h"
#include "i915_reg.h"
#include "intel_bios.h"
#include "intel_dpll_mgr.h"
#include "intel_guc.h"
#include "intel_lrc.h"
#include "intel_ringbuffer.h"
#include "i915_gem.h"
#include "i915_gem_gtt.h"
#include "i915_gem_render_state.h"
#include "intel_gvt.h"
/* General customization:
#define DRIVER_NAME "i915"
#define DRIVER_DESC "Intel Graphics"
#define DRIVER_DATE "20160711"
#undef WARN_ON
/* Many gcc seem to no see through this and fall over :( */
#if 0
#define WARN_ON(x) ({ \
bool __i915_warn_cond = (x); \
if (__builtin_constant_p(__i915_warn_cond)) \
BUILD_BUG_ON(__i915_warn_cond); \
WARN(__i915_warn_cond, "WARN_ON(" #x ")"); })
#define WARN_ON(x) WARN((x), "%s", "WARN_ON(" __stringify(x) ")")
#define WARN_ON_ONCE(x) WARN_ONCE((x), "%s", "WARN_ON_ONCE(" __stringify(x) ")")
#define MISSING_CASE(x) WARN(1, "Missing switch case (%lu) in %s\n", \
(long) (x), __func__);
/* Use I915_STATE_WARN(x) and I915_STATE_WARN_ON() (rather than WARN() and
* WARN_ON()) for hw state sanity checks to check for unexpected conditions
* which may not necessarily be a user visible problem. This will either
* WARN() or DRM_ERROR() depending on the verbose_checks moduleparam, to
* enable distros and users to tailor their preferred amount of i915 abrt
* spam.
#define I915_STATE_WARN(condition, format...) ({ \
int __ret_warn_on = !!(condition); \
if (unlikely(__ret_warn_on)) \
if (!WARN(i915.verbose_state_checks, format)) \
DRM_ERROR(format); \
unlikely(__ret_warn_on); \
#define I915_STATE_WARN_ON(x) \
I915_STATE_WARN((x), "%s", "WARN_ON(" __stringify(x) ")")
bool __i915_inject_load_failure(const char *func, int line);
#define i915_inject_load_failure() \
__i915_inject_load_failure(__func__, __LINE__)
static inline const char *yesno(bool v)
return v ? "yes" : "no";
static inline const char *onoff(bool v)
return v ? "on" : "off";
enum pipe {
PIPE_A = 0,
#define pipe_name(p) ((p) + 'A')
enum transcoder {
static inline const char *transcoder_name(enum transcoder transcoder)
switch (transcoder) {
return "A";
return "B";
return "C";
return "EDP";
return "DSI A";
return "DSI C";
return "<invalid>";
static inline bool transcoder_is_dsi(enum transcoder transcoder)
return transcoder == TRANSCODER_DSI_A || transcoder == TRANSCODER_DSI_C;
* I915_MAX_PLANES in the enum below is the maximum (across all platforms)
* number of planes per CRTC. Not all platforms really have this many planes,
* which means some arrays of size I915_MAX_PLANES may have unused entries
* between the topmost sprite plane and the cursor plane.
enum plane {
PLANE_A = 0,
#define plane_name(p) ((p) + 'A')
#define sprite_name(p, s) ((p) * INTEL_INFO(dev)->num_sprites[(p)] + (s) + 'A')
enum port {
PORT_A = 0,
#define port_name(p) ((p) + 'A')
#define I915_NUM_PHYS_VLV 2
enum dpio_channel {
enum dpio_phy {
enum intel_display_power_domain {
#define POWER_DOMAIN_PIPE(pipe) ((pipe) + POWER_DOMAIN_PIPE_A)
enum hpd_pin {
HPD_TV = HPD_NONE, /* TV is known to be unreliable */
#define for_each_hpd_pin(__pin) \
for ((__pin) = (HPD_NONE + 1); (__pin) < HPD_NUM_PINS; (__pin)++)
struct i915_hotplug {
struct work_struct hotplug_work;
struct {
unsigned long last_jiffies;
int count;
enum {
} state;
} stats[HPD_NUM_PINS];
u32 event_bits;
struct delayed_work reenable_work;
struct intel_digital_port *irq_port[I915_MAX_PORTS];
u32 long_port_mask;
u32 short_port_mask;
struct work_struct dig_port_work;
struct work_struct poll_init_work;
bool poll_enabled;
* if we get a HPD irq from DP and a HPD irq from non-DP
* the non-DP HPD could block the workqueue on a mode config
* mutex getting, that userspace may have taken. However
* userspace is waiting on the DP workqueue to run which is
* blocked behind the non-DP one.
struct workqueue_struct *dp_wq;
#define I915_GEM_GPU_DOMAINS \
#define for_each_pipe(__dev_priv, __p) \
for ((__p) = 0; (__p) < INTEL_INFO(__dev_priv)->num_pipes; (__p)++)
#define for_each_pipe_masked(__dev_priv, __p, __mask) \
for ((__p) = 0; (__p) < INTEL_INFO(__dev_priv)->num_pipes; (__p)++) \
for_each_if ((__mask) & (1 << (__p)))
#define for_each_plane(__dev_priv, __pipe, __p) \
for ((__p) = 0; \
(__p) < INTEL_INFO(__dev_priv)->num_sprites[(__pipe)] + 1; \
#define for_each_sprite(__dev_priv, __p, __s) \
for ((__s) = 0; \
(__s) < INTEL_INFO(__dev_priv)->num_sprites[(__p)]; \
#define for_each_port_masked(__port, __ports_mask) \
for ((__port) = PORT_A; (__port) < I915_MAX_PORTS; (__port)++) \
for_each_if ((__ports_mask) & (1 << (__port)))
#define for_each_crtc(dev, crtc) \
list_for_each_entry(crtc, &(dev)->mode_config.crtc_list, head)
#define for_each_intel_plane(dev, intel_plane) \
list_for_each_entry(intel_plane, \
&(dev)->mode_config.plane_list, \
#define for_each_intel_plane_mask(dev, intel_plane, plane_mask) \
list_for_each_entry(intel_plane, \
&(dev)->mode_config.plane_list, \
base.head) \
for_each_if ((plane_mask) & \
(1 << drm_plane_index(&intel_plane->base)))
#define for_each_intel_plane_on_crtc(dev, intel_crtc, intel_plane) \
list_for_each_entry(intel_plane, \
&(dev)->mode_config.plane_list, \
base.head) \
for_each_if ((intel_plane)->pipe == (intel_crtc)->pipe)
#define for_each_intel_crtc(dev, intel_crtc) \
list_for_each_entry(intel_crtc, \
&(dev)->mode_config.crtc_list, \
#define for_each_intel_crtc_mask(dev, intel_crtc, crtc_mask) \
list_for_each_entry(intel_crtc, \
&(dev)->mode_config.crtc_list, \
base.head) \
for_each_if ((crtc_mask) & (1 << drm_crtc_index(&intel_crtc->base)))
#define for_each_intel_encoder(dev, intel_encoder) \
list_for_each_entry(intel_encoder, \
&(dev)->mode_config.encoder_list, \
#define for_each_intel_connector(dev, intel_connector) \
list_for_each_entry(intel_connector, \
&(dev)->mode_config.connector_list, \
#define for_each_encoder_on_crtc(dev, __crtc, intel_encoder) \
list_for_each_entry((intel_encoder), &(dev)->mode_config.encoder_list, base.head) \
for_each_if ((intel_encoder)->base.crtc == (__crtc))
#define for_each_connector_on_encoder(dev, __encoder, intel_connector) \
list_for_each_entry((intel_connector), &(dev)->mode_config.connector_list, base.head) \
for_each_if ((intel_connector)->base.encoder == (__encoder))
#define for_each_power_domain(domain, mask) \
for ((domain) = 0; (domain) < POWER_DOMAIN_NUM; (domain)++) \
for_each_if ((1 << (domain)) & (mask))
struct drm_i915_private;
struct i915_mm_struct;
struct i915_mmu_object;
struct drm_i915_file_private {
struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv;
struct drm_file *file;
struct {
spinlock_t lock;
struct list_head request_list;
/* 20ms is a fairly arbitrary limit (greater than the average frame time)
* chosen to prevent the CPU getting more than a frame ahead of the GPU
* (when using lax throttling for the frontbuffer). We also use it to
* offer free GPU waitboosts for severely congested workloads.
#define DRM_I915_THROTTLE_JIFFIES msecs_to_jiffies(20)
} mm;
struct idr context_idr;
struct intel_rps_client {
struct list_head link;
unsigned boosts;
} rps;
unsigned int bsd_ring;
/* Used by dp and fdi links */
struct intel_link_m_n {
uint32_t tu;
uint32_t gmch_m;
uint32_t gmch_n;
uint32_t link_m;
uint32_t link_n;
void intel_link_compute_m_n(int bpp, int nlanes,
int pixel_clock, int link_clock,
struct intel_link_m_n *m_n);
/* Interface history:
* 1.1: Original.
* 1.2: Add Power Management
* 1.3: Add vblank support
* 1.4: Fix cmdbuffer path, add heap destroy
* 1.5: Add vblank pipe configuration
* 1.6: - New ioctl for scheduling buffer swaps on vertical blank
* - Support vertical blank on secondary display pipe
#define DRIVER_MAJOR 1
#define DRIVER_MINOR 6
#define WATCH_LISTS 0
struct opregion_header;
struct opregion_acpi;
struct opregion_swsci;
struct opregion_asle;
struct intel_opregion {
struct opregion_header *header;
struct opregion_acpi *acpi;
struct opregion_swsci *swsci;
u32 swsci_gbda_sub_functions;
u32 swsci_sbcb_sub_functions;
struct opregion_asle *asle;
void *rvda;
const void *vbt;
u32 vbt_size;
u32 *lid_state;
struct work_struct asle_work;
#define OPREGION_SIZE (8*1024)
struct intel_overlay;
struct intel_overlay_error_state;
#define I915_FENCE_REG_NONE -1
#define I915_MAX_NUM_FENCES 32
/* 32 fences + sign bit for FENCE_REG_NONE */
#define I915_MAX_NUM_FENCE_BITS 6
struct drm_i915_fence_reg {
struct list_head lru_list;
struct drm_i915_gem_object *obj;
int pin_count;
struct sdvo_device_mapping {
u8 initialized;
u8 dvo_port;
u8 slave_addr;
u8 dvo_wiring;
u8 i2c_pin;
u8 ddc_pin;
struct intel_display_error_state;
struct drm_i915_error_state {
struct kref ref;
struct timeval time;
char error_msg[128];
bool simulated;
int iommu;
u32 reset_count;
u32 suspend_count;
/* Generic register state */
u32 eir;
u32 pgtbl_er;
u32 ier;
u32 gtier[4];
u32 ccid;
u32 derrmr;
u32 forcewake;
u32 error; /* gen6+ */
u32 err_int; /* gen7 */
u32 fault_data0; /* gen8, gen9 */
u32 fault_data1; /* gen8, gen9 */
u32 done_reg;
u32 gac_eco;
u32 gam_ecochk;
u32 gab_ctl;
u32 gfx_mode;
u32 extra_instdone[I915_NUM_INSTDONE_REG];
u64 fence[I915_MAX_NUM_FENCES];
struct intel_overlay_error_state *overlay;
struct intel_display_error_state *display;
struct drm_i915_error_object *semaphore_obj;
struct drm_i915_error_ring {
bool valid;
/* Software tracked state */
bool waiting;
int num_waiters;
int hangcheck_score;
enum intel_ring_hangcheck_action hangcheck_action;
int num_requests;
/* our own tracking of ring head and tail */
u32 cpu_ring_head;
u32 cpu_ring_tail;
u32 last_seqno;
u32 semaphore_seqno[I915_NUM_ENGINES - 1];
/* Register state */
u32 start;
u32 tail;
u32 head;
u32 ctl;
u32 hws;
u32 ipeir;
u32 ipehr;
u32 instdone;
u32 bbstate;
u32 instpm;
u32 instps;
u32 seqno;
u64 bbaddr;
u64 acthd;
u32 fault_reg;
u64 faddr;
u32 rc_psmi; /* sleep state */
u32 semaphore_mboxes[I915_NUM_ENGINES - 1];
struct drm_i915_error_object {
int page_count;
u64 gtt_offset;
u32 *pages[0];
} *ringbuffer, *batchbuffer, *wa_batchbuffer, *ctx, *hws_page;
struct drm_i915_error_object *wa_ctx;
struct drm_i915_error_request {
long jiffies;
u32 seqno;
u32 tail;
} *requests;
struct drm_i915_error_waiter {
char comm[TASK_COMM_LEN];
pid_t pid;
u32 seqno;
} *waiters;
struct {
u32 gfx_mode;
union {
u64 pdp[4];
u32 pp_dir_base;
} vm_info;
pid_t pid;
char comm[TASK_COMM_LEN];
} ring[I915_NUM_ENGINES];
struct drm_i915_error_buffer {
u32 size;
u32 name;
u32 rseqno[I915_NUM_ENGINES], wseqno;
u64 gtt_offset;
u32 read_domains;
u32 write_domain;
s32 fence_reg:I915_MAX_NUM_FENCE_BITS;
s32 pinned:2;
u32 tiling:2;
u32 dirty:1;
u32 purgeable:1;
u32 userptr:1;
s32 ring:4;
u32 cache_level:3;
} **active_bo, **pinned_bo;
u32 *active_bo_count, *pinned_bo_count;
u32 vm_count;
struct intel_connector;
struct intel_encoder;
struct intel_crtc_state;
struct intel_initial_plane_config;
struct intel_crtc;
struct intel_limit;
struct dpll;
struct drm_i915_display_funcs {
int (*get_display_clock_speed)(struct drm_device *dev);
int (*get_fifo_size)(struct drm_device *dev, int plane);
int (*compute_pipe_wm)(struct intel_crtc_state *cstate);
int (*compute_intermediate_wm)(struct drm_device *dev,
struct intel_crtc *intel_crtc,
struct intel_crtc_state *newstate);
void (*initial_watermarks)(struct intel_crtc_state *cstate);
void (*optimize_watermarks)(struct intel_crtc_state *cstate);
int (*compute_global_watermarks)(struct drm_atomic_state *state);
void (*update_wm)(struct drm_crtc *crtc);
int (*modeset_calc_cdclk)(struct drm_atomic_state *state);
void (*modeset_commit_cdclk)(struct drm_atomic_state *state);
/* Returns the active state of the crtc, and if the crtc is active,
* fills out the pipe-config with the hw state. */
bool (*get_pipe_config)(struct intel_crtc *,
struct intel_crtc_state *);
void (*get_initial_plane_config)(struct intel_crtc *,
struct intel_initial_plane_config *);
int (*crtc_compute_clock)(struct intel_crtc *crtc,
struct intel_crtc_state *crtc_state);
void (*crtc_enable)(struct drm_crtc *crtc);
void (*crtc_disable)(struct drm_crtc *crtc);
void (*audio_codec_enable)(struct drm_connector *connector,
struct intel_encoder *encoder,
const struct drm_display_mode *adjusted_mode);
void (*audio_codec_disable)(struct intel_encoder *encoder);
void (*fdi_link_train)(struct drm_crtc *crtc);
void (*init_clock_gating)(struct drm_device *dev);
int (*queue_flip)(struct drm_device *dev, struct drm_crtc *crtc,
struct drm_framebuffer *fb,
struct drm_i915_gem_object *obj,
struct drm_i915_gem_request *req,
uint32_t flags);
void (*hpd_irq_setup)(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv);
/* clock updates for mode set */
/* cursor updates */
/* render clock increase/decrease */
/* display clock increase/decrease */
/* pll clock increase/decrease */
void (*load_csc_matrix)(struct drm_crtc_state *crtc_state);
void (*load_luts)(struct drm_crtc_state *crtc_state);
enum forcewake_domain_id {
enum forcewake_domains {
#define FW_REG_READ (1)
#define FW_REG_WRITE (2)
enum forcewake_domains
intel_uncore_forcewake_for_reg(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv,
i915_reg_t reg, unsigned int op);
struct intel_uncore_funcs {
void (*force_wake_get)(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv,
enum forcewake_domains domains);
void (*force_wake_put)(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv,
enum forcewake_domains domains);
uint8_t (*mmio_readb)(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv, i915_reg_t r, bool trace);
uint16_t (*mmio_readw)(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv, i915_reg_t r, bool trace);
uint32_t (*mmio_readl)(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv, i915_reg_t r, bool trace);
uint64_t (*mmio_readq)(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv, i915_reg_t r, bool trace);
void (*mmio_writeb)(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv, i915_reg_t r,
uint8_t val, bool trace);
void (*mmio_writew)(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv, i915_reg_t r,
uint16_t val, bool trace);
void (*mmio_writel)(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv, i915_reg_t r,
uint32_t val, bool trace);
void (*mmio_writeq)(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv, i915_reg_t r,
uint64_t val, bool trace);
struct intel_uncore {
spinlock_t lock; /** lock is also taken in irq contexts. */
struct intel_uncore_funcs funcs;
unsigned fifo_count;
enum forcewake_domains fw_domains;
struct intel_uncore_forcewake_domain {
struct drm_i915_private *i915;
enum forcewake_domain_id id;
enum forcewake_domains mask;
unsigned wake_count;
struct hrtimer timer;
i915_reg_t reg_set;
u32 val_set;
u32 val_clear;
i915_reg_t reg_ack;
i915_reg_t reg_post;
u32 val_reset;
} fw_domain[FW_DOMAIN_ID_COUNT];
int unclaimed_mmio_check;
/* Iterate over initialised fw domains */
#define for_each_fw_domain_masked(domain__, mask__, dev_priv__) \
for ((domain__) = &(dev_priv__)->uncore.fw_domain[0]; \
(domain__) < &(dev_priv__)->uncore.fw_domain[FW_DOMAIN_ID_COUNT]; \
(domain__)++) \
for_each_if ((mask__) & (domain__)->mask)
#define for_each_fw_domain(domain__, dev_priv__) \
for_each_fw_domain_masked(domain__, FORCEWAKE_ALL, dev_priv__)
#define CSR_VERSION(major, minor) ((major) << 16 | (minor))
#define CSR_VERSION_MAJOR(version) ((version) >> 16)
#define CSR_VERSION_MINOR(version) ((version) & 0xffff)
struct intel_csr {
struct work_struct work;
const char *fw_path;
uint32_t *dmc_payload;
uint32_t dmc_fw_size;
uint32_t version;
uint32_t mmio_count;
i915_reg_t mmioaddr[8];
uint32_t mmiodata[8];
uint32_t dc_state;
uint32_t allowed_dc_mask;
#define DEV_INFO_FOR_EACH_FLAG(func, sep) \
func(is_mobile) sep \
func(is_i85x) sep \
func(is_i915g) sep \
func(is_i945gm) sep \
func(is_g33) sep \
func(need_gfx_hws) sep \
func(is_g4x) sep \
func(is_pineview) sep \
func(is_broadwater) sep \
func(is_crestline) sep \
func(is_ivybridge) sep \
func(is_valleyview) sep \
func(is_cherryview) sep \
func(is_haswell) sep \
func(is_broadwell) sep \
func(is_skylake) sep \
func(is_broxton) sep \
func(is_kabylake) sep \
func(is_preliminary) sep \
func(has_fbc) sep \
func(has_pipe_cxsr) sep \
func(has_hotplug) sep \
func(cursor_needs_physical) sep \
func(has_overlay) sep \
func(overlay_needs_physical) sep \
func(supports_tv) sep \
func(has_llc) sep \
func(has_snoop) sep \
func(has_ddi) sep \
func(has_fpga_dbg) sep \
#define DEFINE_FLAG(name) u8 name:1
struct intel_device_info {
u32 display_mmio_offset;
u16 device_id;
u8 num_pipes;
u8 num_sprites[I915_MAX_PIPES];
u8 gen;
u16 gen_mask;
u8 ring_mask; /* Rings supported by the HW */
/* Register offsets for the various display pipes and transcoders */
int pipe_offsets[I915_MAX_TRANSCODERS];
int trans_offsets[I915_MAX_TRANSCODERS];
int palette_offsets[I915_MAX_PIPES];
int cursor_offsets[I915_MAX_PIPES];
/* Slice/subslice/EU info */
u8 slice_total;
u8 subslice_total;
u8 subslice_per_slice;
u8 eu_total;
u8 eu_per_subslice;
u8 min_eu_in_pool;
/* For each slice, which subslice(s) has(have) 7 EUs (bitfield)? */
u8 subslice_7eu[3];
u8 has_slice_pg:1;
u8 has_subslice_pg:1;
u8 has_eu_pg:1;
struct color_luts {
u16 degamma_lut_size;
u16 gamma_lut_size;
} color;
enum i915_cache_level {
I915_CACHE_NONE = 0,
I915_CACHE_LLC, /* also used for snoopable memory on non-LLC */
I915_CACHE_L3_LLC, /* gen7+, L3 sits between the domain specifc
caches, eg sampler/render caches, and the
large Last-Level-Cache. LLC is coherent with
the CPU, but L3 is only visible to the GPU. */
I915_CACHE_WT, /* hsw:gt3e WriteThrough for scanouts */
struct i915_ctx_hang_stats {
/* This context had batch pending when hang was declared */
unsigned batch_pending;
/* This context had batch active when hang was declared */
unsigned batch_active;
/* Time when this context was last blamed for a GPU reset */
unsigned long guilty_ts;
/* If the contexts causes a second GPU hang within this time,
* it is permanently banned from submitting any more work.
unsigned long ban_period_seconds;
/* This context is banned to submit more work */
bool banned;
/* This must match up with the value previously used for execbuf2.rsvd1. */
* struct i915_gem_context - as the name implies, represents a context.
* @ref: reference count.
* @user_handle: userspace tracking identity for this context.
* @remap_slice: l3 row remapping information.
* @flags: context specific flags:
* CONTEXT_NO_ZEROMAP: do not allow mapping things to page 0.
* @file_priv: filp associated with this context (NULL for global default
* context).
* @hang_stats: information about the role of this context in possible GPU
* hangs.
* @ppgtt: virtual memory space used by this context.
* @legacy_hw_ctx: render context backing object and whether it is correctly
* initialized (legacy ring submission mechanism only).
* @link: link in the global list of contexts.
* Contexts are memory images used by the hardware to store copies of their
* internal state.
struct i915_gem_context {
struct kref ref;
struct drm_i915_private *i915;
struct drm_i915_file_private *file_priv;
struct i915_hw_ppgtt *ppgtt;
struct i915_ctx_hang_stats hang_stats;
/* Unique identifier for this context, used by the hw for tracking */
unsigned long flags;
unsigned hw_id;
u32 user_handle;
u32 ggtt_alignment;
struct intel_context {
struct drm_i915_gem_object *state;
struct intel_ringbuffer *ringbuf;
struct i915_vma *lrc_vma;
uint32_t *lrc_reg_state;
u64 lrc_desc;
int pin_count;
bool initialised;
} engine[I915_NUM_ENGINES];
u32 ring_size;
u32 desc_template;
struct atomic_notifier_head status_notifier;
bool execlists_force_single_submission;
struct list_head link;
u8 remap_slice;
enum fb_op_origin {
struct intel_fbc {
/* This is always the inner lock when overlapping with struct_mutex and
* it's the outer lock when overlapping with stolen_lock. */
struct mutex lock;
unsigned threshold;
unsigned int possible_framebuffer_bits;
unsigned int busy_bits;
unsigned int visible_pipes_mask;
struct intel_crtc *crtc;
struct drm_mm_node compressed_fb;
struct drm_mm_node *compressed_llb;
bool false_color;
bool enabled;
bool active;
struct intel_fbc_state_cache {
struct {
unsigned int mode_flags;
uint32_t hsw_bdw_pixel_rate;
} crtc;
struct {
unsigned int rotation;
int src_w;
int src_h;
bool visible;
} plane;
struct {
u64 ilk_ggtt_offset;
uint32_t pixel_format;
unsigned int stride;
int fence_reg;
unsigned int tiling_mode;
} fb;
} state_cache;
struct intel_fbc_reg_params {
struct {
enum pipe pipe;
enum plane plane;
unsigned int fence_y_offset;
} crtc;
struct {
u64 ggtt_offset;
uint32_t pixel_format;
unsigned int stride;
int fence_reg;
} fb;
int cfb_size;
} params;
struct intel_fbc_work {
bool scheduled;
u32 scheduled_vblank;
struct work_struct work;
} work;
const char *no_fbc_reason;
* HIGH_RR is the highest eDP panel refresh rate read from EDID
* LOW_RR is the lowest eDP panel refresh rate found from EDID
* parsing for same resolution.
enum drrs_refresh_rate_type {
DRRS_MAX_RR, /* RR count */
enum drrs_support_type {
struct intel_dp;
struct i915_drrs {
struct mutex mutex;
struct delayed_work work;
struct intel_dp *dp;
unsigned busy_frontbuffer_bits;
enum drrs_refresh_rate_type refresh_rate_type;
enum drrs_support_type type;
struct i915_psr {
struct mutex lock;
bool sink_support;
bool source_ok;
struct intel_dp *enabled;
bool active;
struct delayed_work work;
unsigned busy_frontbuffer_bits;
bool psr2_support;
bool aux_frame_sync;
bool link_standby;
enum intel_pch {
PCH_NONE = 0, /* No PCH present */
PCH_IBX, /* Ibexpeak PCH */
PCH_CPT, /* Cougarpoint PCH */
PCH_LPT, /* Lynxpoint PCH */
PCH_SPT, /* Sunrisepoint PCH */
PCH_KBP, /* Kabypoint PCH */
enum intel_sbi_destination {
#define QUIRK_PIPEA_FORCE (1<<0)
#define QUIRK_PIPEB_FORCE (1<<4)
struct intel_fbdev;
struct intel_fbc_work;
struct intel_gmbus {
struct i2c_adapter adapter;
#define GMBUS_FORCE_BIT_RETRY (1U << 31)
u32 force_bit;
u32 reg0;
i915_reg_t gpio_reg;
struct i2c_algo_bit_data bit_algo;
struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv;
struct i915_suspend_saved_registers {
u32 saveDSPARB;
u32 saveLVDS;
u32 savePP_ON_DELAYS;
u32 savePP_OFF_DELAYS;
u32 savePP_ON;
u32 savePP_OFF;
u32 savePP_CONTROL;
u32 savePP_DIVISOR;
u32 saveFBC_CONTROL;
u32 saveCACHE_MODE_0;
u32 saveMI_ARB_STATE;
u32 saveSWF0[16];
u32 saveSWF1[16];
u32 saveSWF3[3];
uint64_t saveFENCE[I915_MAX_NUM_FENCES];
u16 saveGCDGMBUS;
struct vlv_s0ix_state {
/* GAM */
u32 wr_watermark;
u32 gfx_prio_ctrl;
u32 arb_mode;
u32 gfx_pend_tlb0;
u32 gfx_pend_tlb1;
u32 lra_limits[GEN7_LRA_LIMITS_REG_NUM];
u32 media_max_req_count;
u32 gfx_max_req_count;
u32 render_hwsp;
u32 ecochk;
u32 bsd_hwsp;
u32 blt_hwsp;
u32 tlb_rd_addr;
/* MBC */
u32 g3dctl;
u32 gsckgctl;
u32 mbctl;
/* GCP */
u32 ucgctl1;
u32 ucgctl3;
u32 rcgctl1;
u32 rcgctl2;
u32 rstctl;
u32 misccpctl;
/* GPM */
u32 gfxpause;
u32 rpdeuhwtc;
u32 rpdeuc;
u32 ecobus;
u32 pwrdwnupctl;
u32 rp_down_timeout;
u32 rp_deucsw;
u32 rcubmabdtmr;
u32 rcedata;
u32 spare2gh;
/* Display 1 CZ domain */
u32 gt_imr;
u32 gt_ier;
u32 pm_imr;
u32 pm_ier;
u32 gt_scratch[GEN7_GT_SCRATCH_REG_NUM];
/* GT SA CZ domain */
u32 tilectl;
u32 gt_fifoctl;
u32 gtlc_wake_ctrl;
u32 gtlc_survive;
u32 pmwgicz;
/* Display 2 CZ domain */
u32 gu_ctl0;
u32 gu_ctl1;
u32 pcbr;
u32 clock_gate_dis2;
struct intel_rps_ei {
u32 cz_clock;
u32 render_c0;
u32 media_c0;
struct intel_gen6_power_mgmt {
* work, interrupts_enabled and pm_iir are protected by
* dev_priv->irq_lock
struct work_struct work;
bool interrupts_enabled;
u32 pm_iir;
u32 pm_intr_keep;
/* Frequencies are stored in potentially platform dependent multiples.
* In other words, *_freq needs to be multiplied by X to be interesting.
* Soft limits are those which are used for the dynamic reclocking done
* by the driver (raise frequencies under heavy loads, and lower for
* lighter loads). Hard limits are those imposed by the hardware.
* A distinction is made for overclocking, which is never enabled by
* default, and is considered to be above the hard limit if it's
* possible at all.
u8 cur_freq; /* Current frequency (cached, may not == HW) */
u8 min_freq_softlimit; /* Minimum frequency permitted by the driver */
u8 max_freq_softlimit; /* Max frequency permitted by the driver */
u8 max_freq; /* Maximum frequency, RP0 if not overclocking */
u8 min_freq; /* AKA RPn. Minimum frequency */
u8 idle_freq; /* Frequency to request when we are idle */
u8 efficient_freq; /* AKA RPe. Pre-determined balanced frequency */
u8 rp1_freq; /* "less than" RP0 power/freqency */
u8 rp0_freq; /* Non-overclocked max frequency. */
u16 gpll_ref_freq; /* vlv/chv GPLL reference frequency */
u8 up_threshold; /* Current %busy required to uplock */
u8 down_threshold; /* Current %busy required to downclock */
int last_adj;
spinlock_t client_lock;
struct list_head clients;
bool client_boost;
bool enabled;
struct delayed_work delayed_resume_work;
unsigned boosts;
struct intel_rps_client semaphores, mmioflips;
/* manual wa residency calculations */
struct intel_rps_ei up_ei, down_ei;
* Protects RPS/RC6 register access and PCU communication.
* Must be taken after struct_mutex if nested. Note that
* this lock may be held for long periods of time when
* talking to hw - so only take it when talking to hw!
struct mutex hw_lock;
/* defined intel_pm.c */
extern spinlock_t mchdev_lock;
struct intel_ilk_power_mgmt {
u8 cur_delay;
u8 min_delay;
u8 max_delay;
u8 fmax;
u8 fstart;
u64 last_count1;
unsigned long last_time1;
unsigned long chipset_power;
u64 last_count2;
u64 last_time2;
unsigned long gfx_power;
u8 corr;
int c_m;
int r_t;
struct drm_i915_private;
struct i915_power_well;
struct i915_power_well_ops {
* Synchronize the well's hw state to match the current sw state, for
* example enable/disable it based on the current refcount. Called
* during driver init and resume time, possibly after first calling
* the enable/disable handlers.
void (*sync_hw)(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv,
struct i915_power_well *power_well);
* Enable the well and resources that depend on it (for example
* interrupts located on the well). Called after the 0->1 refcount
* transition.
void (*enable)(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv,
struct i915_power_well *power_well);
* Disable the well and resources that depend on it. Called after
* the 1->0 refcount transition.
void (*disable)(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv,
struct i915_power_well *power_well);
/* Returns the hw enabled state. */
bool (*is_enabled)(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv,
struct i915_power_well *power_well);
/* Power well structure for haswell */
struct i915_power_well {
const char *name;
bool always_on;
/* power well enable/disable usage count */
int count;
/* cached hw enabled state */
bool hw_enabled;
unsigned long domains;
unsigned long data;
const struct i915_power_well_ops *ops;
struct i915_power_domains {
* Power wells needed for initialization at driver init and suspend
* time are on. They are kept on until after the first modeset.
bool init_power_on;
bool initializing;
int power_well_count;
struct mutex lock;
int domain_use_count[POWER_DOMAIN_NUM];
struct i915_power_well *power_wells;
#define MAX_L3_SLICES 2
struct intel_l3_parity {
u32 *remap_info[MAX_L3_SLICES];
struct work_struct error_work;
int which_slice;
struct i915_gem_mm {
/** Memory allocator for GTT stolen memory */
struct drm_mm stolen;
/** Protects the usage of the GTT stolen memory allocator. This is
* always the inner lock when overlapping with struct_mutex. */
struct mutex stolen_lock;
/** List of all objects in gtt_space. Used to restore gtt
* mappings on resume */
struct list_head bound_list;
* List of objects which are not bound to the GTT (thus
* are idle and not used by the GPU) but still have
* (presumably uncached) pages still attached.
struct list_head unbound_list;
/** Usable portion of the GTT for GEM */
unsigned long stolen_base; /* limited to low memory (32-bit) */
/** PPGTT used for aliasing the PPGTT with the GTT */
struct i915_hw_ppgtt *aliasing_ppgtt;
struct notifier_block oom_notifier;
struct notifier_block vmap_notifier;
struct shrinker shrinker;
bool shrinker_no_lock_stealing;
/** LRU list of objects with fence regs on them. */
struct list_head fence_list;
* Are we in a non-interruptible section of code like
* modesetting?
bool interruptible;
/* the indicator for dispatch video commands on two BSD rings */
unsigned int bsd_ring_dispatch_index;
/** Bit 6 swizzling required for X tiling */
uint32_t bit_6_swizzle_x;
/** Bit 6 swizzling required for Y tiling */
uint32_t bit_6_swizzle_y;
/* accounting, useful for userland debugging */
spinlock_t object_stat_lock;
size_t object_memory;
u32 object_count;
struct drm_i915_error_state_buf {
struct drm_i915_private *i915;
unsigned bytes;
unsigned size;
int err;
u8 *buf;
loff_t start;
loff_t pos;
struct i915_error_state_file_priv {
struct drm_device *dev;
struct drm_i915_error_state *error;
struct i915_gpu_error {
/* For hangcheck timer */
#define DRM_I915_HANGCHECK_PERIOD 1500 /* in ms */
#define DRM_I915_HANGCHECK_JIFFIES msecs_to_jiffies(DRM_I915_HANGCHECK_PERIOD)
/* Hang gpu twice in this window and your context gets banned */
struct delayed_work hangcheck_work;
/* For reset and error_state handling. */
spinlock_t lock;
/* Protected by the above dev->gpu_error.lock. */
struct drm_i915_error_state *first_error;
unsigned long missed_irq_rings;
* State variable controlling the reset flow and count
* This is a counter which gets incremented when reset is triggered,
* and again when reset has been handled. So odd values (lowest bit set)
* means that reset is in progress and even values that
* (reset_counter >> 1):th reset was successfully completed.
* If reset is not completed succesfully, the I915_WEDGE bit is
* set meaning that hardware is terminally sour and there is no
* recovery. All waiters on the reset_queue will be woken when
* that happens.
* This counter is used by the wait_seqno code to notice that reset
* event happened and it needs to restart the entire ioctl (since most
* likely the seqno it waited for won't ever signal anytime soon).
* This is important for lock-free wait paths, where no contended lock
* naturally enforces the correct ordering between the bail-out of the
* waiter and the gpu reset work code.
atomic_t reset_counter;
#define I915_WEDGED (1 << 31)
* Waitqueue to signal when a hang is detected. Used to for waiters
* to release the struct_mutex for the reset to procede.
wait_queue_head_t wait_queue;
* Waitqueue to signal when the reset has completed. Used by clients
* that wait for dev_priv->mm.wedged to settle.
wait_queue_head_t reset_queue;
/* For missed irq/seqno simulation. */
unsigned long test_irq_rings;
enum modeset_restore {
#define DP_AUX_A 0x40
#define DP_AUX_B 0x10
#define DP_AUX_C 0x20
#define DP_AUX_D 0x30
#define DDC_PIN_B 0x05
#define DDC_PIN_C 0x04
#define DDC_PIN_D 0x06
struct ddi_vbt_port_info {
* This is an index in the HDMI/DVI DDI buffer translation table.
* The special value HDMI_LEVEL_SHIFT_UNKNOWN means the VBT didn't
* populate this field.
uint8_t hdmi_level_shift;
uint8_t supports_dvi:1;
uint8_t supports_hdmi:1;
uint8_t supports_dp:1;
uint8_t alternate_aux_channel;
uint8_t alternate_ddc_pin;
uint8_t dp_boost_level;
uint8_t hdmi_boost_level;
enum psr_lines_to_wait {
struct intel_vbt_data {
struct drm_display_mode *lfp_lvds_vbt_mode; /* if any */
struct drm_display_mode *sdvo_lvds_vbt_mode; /* if any */
/* Feature bits */
unsigned int int_tv_support:1;
unsigned int lvds_dither:1;
unsigned int lvds_vbt:1;
unsigned int int_crt_support:1;
unsigned int lvds_use_ssc:1;
unsigned int display_clock_mode:1;
unsigned int fdi_rx_polarity_inverted:1;
unsigned int panel_type:4;
int lvds_ssc_freq;
unsigned int bios_lvds_val; /* initial [PCH_]LVDS reg val in VBIOS */
enum drrs_support_type drrs_type;
struct {
int rate;
int lanes;
int preemphasis;
int vswing;
bool low_vswing;
bool initialized;
bool support;
int bpp;
struct edp_power_seq pps;
} edp;
struct {
bool full_link;
bool require_aux_wakeup;
int idle_frames;
enum psr_lines_to_wait lines_to_wait;
int tp1_wakeup_time;
int tp2_tp3_wakeup_time;
} psr;
struct {
u16 pwm_freq_hz;
bool present;
bool active_low_pwm;
u8 min_brightness; /* min_brightness/255 of max */
enum intel_backlight_type type;
} backlight;
/* MIPI DSI */
struct {
u16 panel_id;
struct mipi_config *config;
struct mipi_pps_data *pps;
u8 seq_version;
u32 size;
u8 *data;
const u8 *sequence[MIPI_SEQ_MAX];
} dsi;
int crt_ddc_pin;
int child_dev_num;
union child_device_config *child_dev;
struct ddi_vbt_port_info ddi_port_info[I915_MAX_PORTS];
struct sdvo_device_mapping sdvo_mappings[2];
enum intel_ddb_partitioning {
INTEL_DDB_PART_5_6, /* IVB+ */
struct intel_wm_level {
bool enable;
uint32_t pri_val;
uint32_t spr_val;
uint32_t cur_val;
uint32_t fbc_val;
struct ilk_wm_values {
uint32_t wm_pipe[3];
uint32_t wm_lp[3];
uint32_t wm_lp_spr[3];
uint32_t wm_linetime[3];
bool enable_fbc_wm;
enum intel_ddb_partitioning partitioning;
struct vlv_pipe_wm {
uint16_t primary;
uint16_t sprite[2];
uint8_t cursor;
struct vlv_sr_wm {
uint16_t plane;
uint8_t cursor;
struct vlv_wm_values {
struct vlv_pipe_wm pipe[3];
struct vlv_sr_wm sr;
struct {
uint8_t cursor;
uint8_t sprite[2];
uint8_t primary;
} ddl[3];
uint8_t level;
bool cxsr;
struct skl_ddb_entry {
uint16_t start, end; /* in number of blocks, 'end' is exclusive */
static inline uint16_t skl_ddb_entry_size(const struct skl_ddb_entry *entry)
return entry->end - entry->start;
static inline bool skl_ddb_entry_equal(const struct skl_ddb_entry *e1,
const struct skl_ddb_entry *e2)
if (e1->start == e2->start && e1->end == e2->end)
return true;
return false;
struct skl_ddb_allocation {
struct skl_ddb_entry pipe[I915_MAX_PIPES];
struct skl_ddb_entry plane[I915_MAX_PIPES][I915_MAX_PLANES]; /* packed/uv */
struct skl_ddb_entry y_plane[I915_MAX_PIPES][I915_MAX_PLANES];
struct skl_wm_values {
unsigned dirty_pipes;
struct skl_ddb_allocation ddb;
uint32_t wm_linetime[I915_MAX_PIPES];
uint32_t plane[I915_MAX_PIPES][I915_MAX_PLANES][8];
uint32_t plane_trans[I915_MAX_PIPES][I915_MAX_PLANES];
struct skl_wm_level {
bool plane_en[I915_MAX_PLANES];
uint16_t plane_res_b[I915_MAX_PLANES];
uint8_t plane_res_l[I915_MAX_PLANES];
* This struct helps tracking the state needed for runtime PM, which puts the
* device in PCI D3 state. Notice that when this happens, nothing on the
* graphics device works, even register access, so we don't get interrupts nor
* anything else.
* Every piece of our code that needs to actually touch the hardware needs to
* either call intel_runtime_pm_get or call intel_display_power_get with the
* appropriate power domain.
* Our driver uses the autosuspend delay feature, which means we'll only really
* suspend if we stay with zero refcount for a certain amount of time. The
* default value is currently very conservative (see intel_runtime_pm_enable), but
* it can be changed with the standard runtime PM files from sysfs.
* The irqs_disabled variable becomes true exactly after we disable the IRQs and
* goes back to false exactly before we reenable the IRQs. We use this variable
* to check if someone is trying to enable/disable IRQs while they're supposed
* to be disabled. This shouldn't happen and we'll print some error messages in
* case it happens.
* For more, read the Documentation/power/runtime_pm.txt.
struct i915_runtime_pm {
atomic_t wakeref_count;
atomic_t atomic_seq;
bool suspended;
bool irqs_enabled;
enum intel_pipe_crc_source {
/* TV/DP on pre-gen5/vlv can't use the pipe source. */
struct intel_pipe_crc_entry {
uint32_t frame;
uint32_t crc[5];
struct intel_pipe_crc {
spinlock_t lock;
bool opened; /* exclusive access to the result file */
struct intel_pipe_crc_entry *entries;
enum intel_pipe_crc_source source;
int head, tail;
wait_queue_head_t wq;
struct i915_frontbuffer_tracking {
struct mutex lock;
* Tracking bits for delayed frontbuffer flushing du to gpu activity or
* scheduled flips.
unsigned busy_bits;
unsigned flip_bits;
struct i915_wa_reg {
i915_reg_t addr;
u32 value;
/* bitmask representing WA bits */
u32 mask;
* RING_MAX_NONPRIV_SLOTS is per-engine but at this point we are only
* allowing it for RCS as we don't foresee any requirement of having
* a whitelist for other engines. When it is really required for
* other engines then the limit need to be increased.
struct i915_workarounds {
struct i915_wa_reg reg[I915_MAX_WA_REGS];
u32 count;
u32 hw_whitelist_count[I915_NUM_ENGINES];
struct i915_virtual_gpu {
bool active;
struct i915_execbuffer_params {
struct drm_device *dev;
struct drm_file *file;
uint32_t dispatch_flags;
uint32_t args_batch_start_offset;
uint64_t batch_obj_vm_offset;
struct intel_engine_cs *engine;
struct drm_i915_gem_object *batch_obj;
struct i915_gem_context *ctx;
struct drm_i915_gem_request *request;
/* used in computing the new watermarks state */
struct intel_wm_config {
unsigned int num_pipes_active;
bool sprites_enabled;
bool sprites_scaled;
struct drm_i915_private {
struct drm_device drm;
struct kmem_cache *objects;
struct kmem_cache *vmas;
struct kmem_cache *requests;
const struct intel_device_info info;
int relative_constants_mode;
void __iomem *regs;
struct intel_uncore uncore;
struct i915_virtual_gpu vgpu;
struct intel_gvt gvt;
struct intel_guc guc;
struct intel_csr csr;
struct intel_gmbus gmbus[GMBUS_NUM_PINS];
/** gmbus_mutex protects against concurrent usage of the single hw gmbus
* controller on different i2c buses. */
struct mutex gmbus_mutex;
* Base address of the gmbus and gpio block.
uint32_t gpio_mmio_base;
/* MMIO base address for MIPI regs */
uint32_t mipi_mmio_base;
uint32_t psr_mmio_base;
wait_queue_head_t gmbus_wait_queue;
struct pci_dev *bridge_dev;
struct i915_gem_context *kernel_context;
struct intel_engine_cs engine[I915_NUM_ENGINES];
struct drm_i915_gem_object *semaphore_obj;
uint32_t last_seqno, next_seqno;
struct drm_dma_handle *status_page_dmah;
struct resource mch_res;
/* protects the irq masks */
spinlock_t irq_lock;
/* protects the mmio flip data */
spinlock_t mmio_flip_lock;
bool display_irqs_enabled;
/* To control wakeup latency, e.g. for irq-driven dp aux transfers. */
struct pm_qos_request pm_qos;
/* Sideband mailbox protection */
struct mutex sb_lock;
/** Cached value of IMR to avoid reads in updating the bitfield */
union {
u32 irq_mask;
u32 de_irq_mask[I915_MAX_PIPES];
u32 gt_irq_mask;
u32 pm_irq_mask;
u32 pm_rps_events;
u32 pipestat_irq_mask[I915_MAX_PIPES];
struct i915_hotplug hotplug;
struct intel_fbc fbc;
struct i915_drrs drrs;
struct intel_opregion opregion;
struct intel_vbt_data vbt;
bool preserve_bios_swizzle;
/* overlay */
struct intel_overlay *overlay;
/* backlight registers and fields in struct intel_panel */
struct mutex backlight_lock;
/* LVDS info */
bool no_aux_handshake;
/* protects panel power sequencer state */
struct mutex pps_mutex;
struct drm_i915_fence_reg fence_regs[I915_MAX_NUM_FENCES]; /* assume 965 */
int num_fence_regs; /* 8 on pre-965, 16 otherwise */
unsigned int fsb_freq, mem_freq, is_ddr3;
unsigned int skl_preferred_vco_freq;
unsigned int cdclk_freq, max_cdclk_freq, atomic_cdclk_freq;
unsigned int max_dotclk_freq;
unsigned int rawclk_freq;
unsigned int hpll_freq;
unsigned int czclk_freq;
struct {
unsigned int vco, ref;
} cdclk_pll;
* wq - Driver workqueue for GEM.
* NOTE: Work items scheduled here are not allowed to grab any modeset
* locks, for otherwise the flushing done in the pageflip code will
* result in deadlocks.
struct workqueue_struct *wq;
/* Display functions */
struct drm_i915_display_funcs display;
/* PCH chipset type */
enum intel_pch pch_type;
unsigned short pch_id;
unsigned long quirks;
enum modeset_restore modeset_restore;
struct mutex modeset_restore_lock;
struct drm_atomic_state *modeset_restore_state;
struct drm_modeset_acquire_ctx reset_ctx;
struct list_head vm_list; /* Global list of all address spaces */
struct i915_ggtt ggtt; /* VM representing the global address space */
struct i915_gem_mm mm;
DECLARE_HASHTABLE(mm_structs, 7);
struct mutex mm_lock;
/* The hw wants to have a stable context identifier for the lifetime
* of the context (for OA, PASID, faults, etc). This is limited
* in execlists to 21 bits.
struct ida context_hw_ida;
#define MAX_CONTEXT_HW_ID (1<<21) /* exclusive */
/* Kernel Modesetting */
struct drm_crtc *plane_to_crtc_mapping[I915_MAX_PIPES];
struct drm_crtc *pipe_to_crtc_mapping[I915_MAX_PIPES];
wait_queue_head_t pending_flip_queue;
struct intel_pipe_crc pipe_crc[I915_MAX_PIPES];
/* dpll and cdclk state is protected by connection_mutex */
int num_shared_dpll;
struct intel_shared_dpll shared_dplls[I915_NUM_PLLS];
const struct intel_dpll_mgr *dpll_mgr;
* dpll_lock serializes intel_{prepare,enable,disable}_shared_dpll.
* Must be global rather than per dpll, because on some platforms
* plls share registers.
struct mutex dpll_lock;
unsigned int active_crtcs;
unsigned int min_pixclk[I915_MAX_PIPES];
int dpio_phy_iosf_port[I915_NUM_PHYS_VLV];
struct i915_workarounds workarounds;
struct i915_frontbuffer_tracking fb_tracking;
u16 orig_clock;
bool mchbar_need_disable;
struct intel_l3_parity l3_parity;
/* Cannot be determined by PCIID. You must always read a register. */
u32 edram_cap;
/* gen6+ rps state */
struct intel_gen6_power_mgmt rps;
/* ilk-only ips/rps state. Everything in here is protected by the global
* mchdev_lock in intel_pm.c */
struct intel_ilk_power_mgmt ips;
struct i915_power_domains power_domains;
struct i915_psr psr;
struct i915_gpu_error gpu_error;
struct drm_i915_gem_object *vlv_pctx;
/* list of fbdev register on this device */
struct intel_fbdev *fbdev;
struct work_struct fbdev_suspend_work;
struct drm_property *broadcast_rgb_property;
struct drm_property *force_audio_property;
/* hda/i915 audio component */
struct i915_audio_component *audio_component;
bool audio_component_registered;
* av_mutex - mutex for audio/video sync
struct mutex av_mutex;
uint32_t hw_context_size;
struct list_head context_list;
u32 fdi_rx_config;
/* Shadow for DISPLAY_PHY_CONTROL which can't be safely read */
u32 chv_phy_control;
* Shadows for CHV DPLL_MD regs to keep the state
* checker somewhat working in the presence hardware
* crappiness (can't read out DPLL_MD for pipes B & C).
u32 chv_dpll_md[I915_MAX_PIPES];
u32 bxt_phy_grc;
u32 suspend_count;
bool suspended_to_idle;
struct i915_suspend_saved_registers regfile;
struct vlv_s0ix_state vlv_s0ix_state;
struct {
* Raw watermark latency values:
* in 0.1us units for WM0,
* in 0.5us units for WM1+.
/* primary */
uint16_t pri_latency[5];
/* sprite */
uint16_t spr_latency[5];
/* cursor */
uint16_t cur_latency[5];
* Raw watermark memory latency values
* for SKL for all 8 levels
* in 1us units.
uint16_t skl_latency[8];
* The skl_wm_values structure is a bit too big for stack
* allocation, so we keep the staging struct where we store
* intermediate results here instead.
struct skl_wm_values skl_results;
/* current hardware state */
union {
struct ilk_wm_values hw;
struct skl_wm_values skl_hw;
struct vlv_wm_values vlv;
uint8_t max_level;
* Should be held around atomic WM register writing; also
* protects * intel_crtc-> and
* cstate->wm.need_postvbl_update.
struct mutex wm_mutex;
* Set during HW readout of watermarks/DDB. Some platforms
* need to know when we're still using BIOS-provided values
* (which we don't fully trust).
bool distrust_bios_wm;
} wm;
struct i915_runtime_pm pm;
/* Abstract the submission mechanism (legacy ringbuffer or execlists) away */
struct {
int (*execbuf_submit)(struct i915_execbuffer_params *params,
struct drm_i915_gem_execbuffer2 *args,
struct list_head *vmas);
int (*init_engines)(struct drm_device *dev);
void (*cleanup_engine)(struct intel_engine_cs *engine);
void (*stop_engine)(struct intel_engine_cs *engine);
* Is the GPU currently considered idle, or busy executing
* userspace requests? Whilst idle, we allow runtime power
* management to power down the hardware and display clocks.
* In order to reduce the effect on performance, there
* is a slight delay before we do so.
unsigned int active_engines;
bool awake;
* We leave the user IRQ off as much as possible,
* but this means that requests will finish and never
* be retired once the system goes idle. Set a timer to
* fire periodically while the ring is running. When it
* fires, go retire requests.
struct delayed_work retire_work;
* When we detect an idle GPU, we want to turn on
* powersaving features. So once we see that there
* are no more requests outstanding and no more
* arrive within a small period of time, we fire
* off the idle_work.
struct delayed_work idle_work;
} gt;
/* perform PHY state sanity checks? */
bool chv_phy_assert[2];
struct intel_encoder *dig_port_map[I915_MAX_PORTS];
* NOTE: This is the dri1/ums dungeon, don't add stuff here. Your patch
* will be rejected. Instead look for a better place.
static inline struct drm_i915_private *to_i915(const struct drm_device *dev)
return container_of(dev, struct drm_i915_private, drm);
static inline struct drm_i915_private *dev_to_i915(struct device *dev)
return to_i915(dev_get_drvdata(dev));
static inline struct drm_i915_private *guc_to_i915(struct intel_guc *guc)
return container_of(guc, struct drm_i915_private, guc);
/* Simple iterator over all initialised engines */
#define for_each_engine(engine__, dev_priv__) \
for ((engine__) = &(dev_priv__)->engine[0]; \
(engine__) < &(dev_priv__)->engine[I915_NUM_ENGINES]; \
(engine__)++) \
for_each_if (intel_engine_initialized(engine__))
/* Iterator with engine_id */
#define for_each_engine_id(engine__, dev_priv__, id__) \
for ((engine__) = &(dev_priv__)->engine[0], (id__) = 0; \
(engine__) < &(dev_priv__)->engine[I915_NUM_ENGINES]; \
(engine__)++) \
for_each_if (((id__) = (engine__)->id, \
/* Iterator over subset of engines selected by mask */
#define for_each_engine_masked(engine__, dev_priv__, mask__) \
for ((engine__) = &(dev_priv__)->engine[0]; \
(engine__) < &(dev_priv__)->engine[I915_NUM_ENGINES]; \
(engine__)++) \
for_each_if (((mask__) & intel_engine_flag(engine__)) && \
enum hdmi_force_audio {
HDMI_AUDIO_OFF_DVI = -2, /* no aux data for HDMI-DVI converter */
HDMI_AUDIO_OFF, /* force turn off HDMI audio */
HDMI_AUDIO_ON, /* force turn on HDMI audio */
#define I915_GTT_OFFSET_NONE ((u32)-1)
struct drm_i915_gem_object_ops {
unsigned int flags;
/* Interface between the GEM object and its backing storage.
* get_pages() is called once prior to the use of the associated set
* of pages before to binding them into the GTT, and put_pages() is
* called after we no longer need them. As we expect there to be
* associated cost with migrating pages between the backing storage
* and making them available for the GPU (e.g. clflush), we may hold
* onto the pages after they are no longer referenced by the GPU
* in case they may be used again shortly (for example migrating the
* pages to a different memory domain within the GTT). put_pages()
* will therefore most likely be called when the object itself is
* being released or under memory pressure (where we attempt to
* reap pages for the shrinker).
int (*get_pages)(struct drm_i915_gem_object *);
void (*put_pages)(struct drm_i915_gem_object *);
int (*dmabuf_export)(struct drm_i915_gem_object *);
void (*release)(struct drm_i915_gem_object *);
* Frontbuffer tracking bits. Set in obj->frontbuffer_bits while a gem bo is
* considered to be the frontbuffer for the given plane interface-wise. This
* doesn't mean that the hw necessarily already scans it out, but that any
* rendering (by the cpu or gpu) will land in the frontbuffer eventually.
* We have one bit per pipe and per scanout plane type.
(1 << (1 + (INTEL_FRONTBUFFER_BITS_PER_PIPE * (pipe))))
#define INTEL_FRONTBUFFER_SPRITE(pipe, plane) \
(1 << (2 + plane + (INTEL_FRONTBUFFER_BITS_PER_PIPE * (pipe))))
struct drm_i915_gem_object {
struct drm_gem_object base;
const struct drm_i915_gem_object_ops *ops;
/** List of VMAs backed by this object */
struct list_head vma_list;
/** Stolen memory for this object, instead of being backed by shmem. */
struct drm_mm_node *stolen;
struct list_head global_list;
struct list_head engine_list[I915_NUM_ENGINES];
/** Used in execbuf to temporarily hold a ref */
struct list_head obj_exec_link;
struct list_head batch_pool_link;
* This is set if the object is on the active lists (has pending
* rendering and so a non-zero seqno), and is not set if it i s on
* inactive (ready to be unbound) list.
unsigned int active:I915_NUM_ENGINES;
* This is set if the object has been written to since last bound
* to the GTT
unsigned int dirty:1;
* Fence register bits (if any) for this object. Will be set
* as needed when mapped into the GTT.
* Protected by dev->struct_mutex.
signed int fence_reg:I915_MAX_NUM_FENCE_BITS;
* Advice: are the backing pages purgeable?
unsigned int madv:2;
* Current tiling mode for the object.
unsigned int tiling_mode:2;
* Whether the tiling parameters for the currently associated fence
* register have changed. Note that for the purposes of tracking
* tiling changes we also treat the unfenced register, the register
* slot that the object occupies whilst it executes a fenced
* command (such as BLT on gen2/3), as a "fence".
unsigned int fence_dirty:1;
* Is the object at the current location in the gtt mappable and
* fenceable? Used to avoid costly recalculations.
unsigned int map_and_fenceable:1;
* Whether the current gtt mapping needs to be mappable (and isn't just
* mappable by accident). Track pin and fault separate for a more
* accurate mappable working set.
unsigned int fault_mappable:1;
* Is the object to be mapped as read-only to the GPU
* Only honoured if hardware has relevant pte bit
unsigned long gt_ro:1;
unsigned int cache_level:3;
unsigned int cache_dirty:1;
unsigned int frontbuffer_bits:INTEL_FRONTBUFFER_BITS;
unsigned int has_wc_mmap;
unsigned int pin_display;
struct sg_table *pages;
int pages_pin_count;
struct get_page {
struct scatterlist *sg;
int last;
} get_page;
void *mapping;
/** Breadcrumb of last rendering to the buffer.
* There can only be one writer, but we allow for multiple readers.
* If there is a writer that necessarily implies that all other
* read requests are complete - but we may only be lazily clearing
* the read requests. A read request is naturally the most recent
* request on a ring, so we may have two different write and read
* requests on one ring where the write request is older than the
* read request. This allows for the CPU to read from an active
* buffer by only waiting for the write to complete.
* */
struct drm_i915_gem_request *last_read_req[I915_NUM_ENGINES];
struct drm_i915_gem_request *last_write_req;
/** Breadcrumb of last fenced GPU access to the buffer. */
struct drm_i915_gem_request *last_fenced_req;
/** Current tiling stride for the object, if it's tiled. */
uint32_t stride;
/** References from framebuffers, locks out tiling changes. */
unsigned long framebuffer_references;
/** Record of address bit 17 of each page at last unbind. */
unsigned long *bit_17;
union {
/** for phy allocated objects */
struct drm_dma_handle *phys_handle;
struct i915_gem_userptr {
uintptr_t ptr;
unsigned read_only :1;
unsigned workers :4;
struct i915_mm_struct *mm;
struct i915_mmu_object *mmu_object;
struct work_struct *work;
} userptr;
#define to_intel_bo(x) container_of(x, struct drm_i915_gem_object, base)
static inline bool
i915_gem_object_has_struct_page(const struct drm_i915_gem_object *obj)
return obj->ops->flags & I915_GEM_OBJECT_HAS_STRUCT_PAGE;
* Optimised SGL iterator for GEM objects
static __always_inline struct sgt_iter {
struct scatterlist *sgp;
union {
unsigned long pfn;
dma_addr_t dma;
unsigned int curr;
unsigned int max;
} __sgt_iter(struct scatterlist *sgl, bool dma) {
struct sgt_iter s = { .sgp = sgl };
if (s.sgp) {
s.max = s.curr = s.sgp->offset;
s.max += s.sgp->length;
if (dma)
s.dma = sg_dma_address(s.sgp);
s.pfn = page_to_pfn(sg_page(s.sgp));
return s;
* __sg_next - return the next scatterlist entry in a list
* @sg: The current sg entry
* Description:
* If the entry is the last, return NULL; otherwise, step to the next
* element in the array (@sg@+1). If that's a chain pointer, follow it;
* otherwise just return the pointer to the current element.
static inline struct scatterlist *__sg_next(struct scatterlist *sg)
BUG_ON(sg->sg_magic != SG_MAGIC);
return sg_is_last(sg) ? NULL :
likely(!sg_is_chain(++sg)) ? sg :
* for_each_sgt_dma - iterate over the DMA addresses of the given sg_table
* @__dmap: DMA address (output)
* @__iter: 'struct sgt_iter' (iterator state, internal)
* @__sgt: sg_table to iterate over (input)
#define for_each_sgt_dma(__dmap, __iter, __sgt) \
for ((__iter) = __sgt_iter((__sgt)->sgl, true); \
((__dmap) = (__iter).dma + (__iter).curr); \
(((__iter).curr += PAGE_SIZE) < (__iter).max) || \
((__iter) = __sgt_iter(__sg_next((__iter).sgp), true), 0))
* for_each_sgt_page - iterate over the pages of the given sg_table
* @__pp: page pointer (output)
* @__iter: 'struct sgt_iter' (iterator state, internal)
* @__sgt: sg_table to iterate over (input)
#define for_each_sgt_page(__pp, __iter, __sgt) \
for ((__iter) = __sgt_iter((__sgt)->sgl, false); \
((__pp) = (__iter).pfn == 0 ? NULL : \
pfn_to_page((__iter).pfn + ((__iter).curr >> PAGE_SHIFT))); \
(((__iter).curr += PAGE_SIZE) < (__iter).max) || \
((__iter) = __sgt_iter(__sg_next((__iter).sgp), false), 0))
* Request queue structure.
* The request queue allows us to note sequence numbers that have been emitted
* and may be associated with active buffers to be retired.
* By keeping this list, we can avoid having to do questionable sequence
* number comparisons on buffer last_read|write_seqno. It also allows an
* emission time to be associated with the request for tracking how far ahead
* of the GPU the submission is.
* The requests are reference counted, so upon creation they should have an
* initial reference taken using kref_init
struct drm_i915_gem_request {
struct kref ref;
/** On Which ring this request was generated */
struct drm_i915_private *i915;
struct intel_engine_cs *engine;
struct intel_signal_node signaling;
/** GEM sequence number associated with the previous request,
* when the HWS breadcrumb is equal to this the GPU is processing
* this request.
u32 previous_seqno;
/** GEM sequence number associated with this request,
* when the HWS breadcrumb is equal or greater than this the GPU
* has finished processing this request.
u32 seqno;
/** Position in the ringbuffer of the start of the request */
u32 head;
* Position in the ringbuffer of the start of the postfix.
* This is required to calculate the maximum available ringbuffer
* space without overwriting the postfix.
u32 postfix;
/** Position in the ringbuffer of the end of the whole request */
u32 tail;
/** Preallocate space in the ringbuffer for the emitting the request */
u32 reserved_space;
* Context and ring buffer related to this request
* Contexts are refcounted, so when this request is associated with a
* context, we must increment the context's refcount, to guarantee that
* it persists while any request is linked to it. Requests themselves
* are also refcounted, so the request will only be freed when the last
* reference to it is dismissed, and the code in
* i915_gem_request_free() will then decrement the refcount on the
* context.
struct i915_gem_context *ctx;
struct intel_ringbuffer *ringbuf;
* Context related to the previous request.
* As the contexts are accessed by the hardware until the switch is
* completed to a new context, the hardware may still be writing
* to the context object after the breadcrumb is visible. We must
* not unpin/unbind/prune that object whilst still active and so
* we keep the previous context pinned until the following (this)
* request is retired.
struct i915_gem_context *previous_context;
/** Batch buffer related to this request if any (used for
error state dump only) */
struct drm_i915_gem_object *batch_obj;
/** Time at which this request was emitted, in jiffies. */
unsigned long emitted_jiffies;
/** global list entry for this request */
struct list_head list;
struct drm_i915_file_private *file_priv;
/** file_priv list entry for this request */
struct list_head client_list;
/** process identifier submitting this request */
struct pid *pid;
* The ELSP only accepts two elements at a time, so we queue
* context/tail pairs on a given queue (ring->execlist_queue) until the
* hardware is available. The queue serves a double purpose: we also use
* it to keep track of the up to 2 contexts currently in the hardware
* (usually one in execution and the other queued up by the GPU): We
* only remove elements from the head of the queue when the hardware
* informs us that an element has been completed.
* All accesses to the queue are mediated by a spinlock
* (ring->execlist_lock).
/** Execlist link in the submission queue.*/
struct list_head execlist_link;
/** Execlists no. of times this request has been sent to the ELSP */
int elsp_submitted;
/** Execlists context hardware id. */
unsigned ctx_hw_id;
struct drm_i915_gem_request * __must_check
i915_gem_request_alloc(struct intel_engine_cs *engine,
struct i915_gem_context *ctx);
void i915_gem_request_free(struct kref *req_ref);
int i915_gem_request_add_to_client(struct drm_i915_gem_request *req,
struct drm_file *file);
static inline uint32_t
i915_gem_request_get_seqno(struct drm_i915_gem_request *req)
return req ? req->seqno : 0;
static inline struct intel_engine_cs *
i915_gem_request_get_engine(struct drm_i915_gem_request *req)
return req ? req->engine : NULL;
static inline struct drm_i915_gem_request *
i915_gem_request_reference(struct drm_i915_gem_request *req)
if (req)
return req;
static inline void
i915_gem_request_unreference(struct drm_i915_gem_request *req)
kref_put(&req->ref, i915_gem_request_free);
static inline void i915_gem_request_assign(struct drm_i915_gem_request **pdst,
struct drm_i915_gem_request *src)
if (src)
if (*pdst)
*pdst = src;
* XXX: i915_gem_request_completed should be here but currently needs the
* definition of i915_seqno_passed() which is below. It will be moved in
* a later patch when the call to i915_seqno_passed() is obsoleted...
* A command that requires special handling by the command parser.
struct drm_i915_cmd_descriptor {
* Flags describing how the command parser processes the command.
* CMD_DESC_FIXED: The command has a fixed length if this is set,
* a length mask if not set
* CMD_DESC_SKIP: The command is allowed but does not follow the
* standard length encoding for the opcode range in
* which it falls
* CMD_DESC_REJECT: The command is never allowed
* CMD_DESC_REGISTER: The command should be checked against the
* register whitelist for the appropriate ring
* CMD_DESC_MASTER: The command is allowed if the submitting process
* is the DRM master
u32 flags;
#define CMD_DESC_FIXED (1<<0)
#define CMD_DESC_SKIP (1<<1)
#define CMD_DESC_REJECT (1<<2)
#define CMD_DESC_REGISTER (1<<3)
#define CMD_DESC_BITMASK (1<<4)
#define CMD_DESC_MASTER (1<<5)
* The command's unique identification bits and the bitmask to get them.
* This isn't strictly the opcode field as defined in the spec and may
* also include type, subtype, and/or subop fields.
struct {
u32 value;
u32 mask;
} cmd;
* The command's length. The command is either fixed length (i.e. does
* not include a length field) or has a length field mask. The flag
* CMD_DESC_FIXED indicates a fixed length. Otherwise, the command has
* a length mask. All command entries in a command table must include
* length information.
union {
u32 fixed;
u32 mask;
} length;
* Describes where to find a register address in the command to check
* against the ring's register whitelist. Only valid if flags has the
* A non-zero step value implies that the command may access multiple
* registers in sequence (e.g. LRI), in that case step gives the
* distance in dwords between individual offset fields.
struct {
u32 offset;
u32 mask;
u32 step;
} reg;
* Describes command checks where a particular dword is masked and
* compared against an expected value. If the command does not match
* the expected value, the parser rejects it. Only valid if flags has
* the CMD_DESC_BITMASK bit set. Only entries where mask is non-zero
* are valid.
* If the check specifies a non-zero condition_mask then the parser
* only performs the check when the bits specified by condition_mask
* are non-zero.
struct {
u32 offset;
u32 mask;
u32 expected;
u32 condition_offset;
u32 condition_mask;
* A table of commands requiring special handling by the command parser.
* Each ring has an array of tables. Each table consists of an array of command
* descriptors, which must be sorted with command opcodes in ascending order.
struct drm_i915_cmd_table {
const struct drm_i915_cmd_descriptor *table;
int count;
/* Note that the (struct drm_i915_private *) cast is just to shut up gcc. */
#define __I915__(p) ({ \
struct drm_i915_private *__p; \
if (__builtin_types_compatible_p(typeof(*p), struct drm_i915_private)) \
__p = (struct drm_i915_private *)p; \
else if (__builtin_types_compatible_p(typeof(*p), struct drm_device)) \
__p = to_i915((struct drm_device *)p); \
else \
__p; \
#define INTEL_INFO(p) (&__I915__(p)->info)
#define INTEL_GEN(p) (INTEL_INFO(p)->gen)
#define INTEL_DEVID(p) (INTEL_INFO(p)->device_id)
#define REVID_FOREVER 0xff
#define INTEL_REVID(p) (__I915__(p)->drm.pdev->revision)
#define GEN_FOREVER (0)
* Returns true if Gen is in inclusive range [Start, End].
* Use GEN_FOREVER for unbound start and or end.
#define IS_GEN(p, s, e) ({ \
unsigned int __s = (s), __e = (e); \
BUILD_BUG_ON(!__builtin_constant_p(s)); \
BUILD_BUG_ON(!__builtin_constant_p(e)); \
if ((__s) != GEN_FOREVER) \
__s = (s) - 1; \
if ((__e) == GEN_FOREVER) \
__e = BITS_PER_LONG - 1; \
else \
__e = (e) - 1; \
!!(INTEL_INFO(p)->gen_mask & GENMASK((__e), (__s))); \
* Return true if revision is in range [since,until] inclusive.
* Use 0 for open-ended since, and REVID_FOREVER for open-ended until.
#define IS_REVID(p, since, until) \
(INTEL_REVID(p) >= (since) && INTEL_REVID(p) <= (until))
#define IS_I830(dev) (INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x3577)
#define IS_845G(dev) (INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x2562)
#define IS_I85X(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->is_i85x)
#define IS_I865G(dev) (INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x2572)
#define IS_I915G(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->is_i915g)
#define IS_I915GM(dev) (INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x2592)
#define IS_I945G(dev) (INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x2772)
#define IS_I945GM(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->is_i945gm)
#define IS_BROADWATER(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->is_broadwater)
#define IS_CRESTLINE(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->is_crestline)
#define IS_GM45(dev) (INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x2A42)
#define IS_G4X(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->is_g4x)
#define IS_PINEVIEW_G(dev) (INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0xa001)
#define IS_PINEVIEW_M(dev) (INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0xa011)
#define IS_PINEVIEW(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->is_pineview)
#define IS_G33(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->is_g33)
#define IS_IRONLAKE_M(dev) (INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x0046)
#define IS_IVYBRIDGE(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->is_ivybridge)
#define IS_IVB_GT1(dev) (INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x0156 || \
INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x0152 || \
INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x015a)
#define IS_VALLEYVIEW(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->is_valleyview)
#define IS_CHERRYVIEW(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->is_cherryview)
#define IS_HASWELL(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->is_haswell)
#define IS_BROADWELL(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->is_broadwell)
#define IS_SKYLAKE(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->is_skylake)
#define IS_BROXTON(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->is_broxton)
#define IS_KABYLAKE(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->is_kabylake)
#define IS_MOBILE(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->is_mobile)
#define IS_HSW_EARLY_SDV(dev) (IS_HASWELL(dev) && \
(INTEL_DEVID(dev) & 0xFF00) == 0x0C00)
#define IS_BDW_ULT(dev) (IS_BROADWELL(dev) && \
((INTEL_DEVID(dev) & 0xf) == 0x6 || \
(INTEL_DEVID(dev) & 0xf) == 0xb || \
(INTEL_DEVID(dev) & 0xf) == 0xe))
/* ULX machines are also considered ULT. */
#define IS_BDW_ULX(dev) (IS_BROADWELL(dev) && \
(INTEL_DEVID(dev) & 0xf) == 0xe)
#define IS_BDW_GT3(dev) (IS_BROADWELL(dev) && \
(INTEL_DEVID(dev) & 0x00F0) == 0x0020)
#define IS_HSW_ULT(dev) (IS_HASWELL(dev) && \
(INTEL_DEVID(dev) & 0xFF00) == 0x0A00)
#define IS_HSW_GT3(dev) (IS_HASWELL(dev) && \
(INTEL_DEVID(dev) & 0x00F0) == 0x0020)
/* ULX machines are also considered ULT. */
#define IS_HSW_ULX(dev) (INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x0A0E || \
INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x0A1E)
#define IS_SKL_ULT(dev) (INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x1906 || \
INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x1913 || \
INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x1916 || \
INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x1921 || \
INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x1926)
#define IS_SKL_ULX(dev) (INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x190E || \
INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x1915 || \
INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x191E)
#define IS_KBL_ULT(dev) (INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x5906 || \
INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x5913 || \
INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x5916 || \
INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x5921 || \
INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x5926)
#define IS_KBL_ULX(dev) (INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x590E || \
INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x5915 || \
INTEL_DEVID(dev) == 0x591E)
#define IS_SKL_GT3(dev) (IS_SKYLAKE(dev) && \
(INTEL_DEVID(dev) & 0x00F0) == 0x0020)
#define IS_SKL_GT4(dev) (IS_SKYLAKE(dev) && \
(INTEL_DEVID(dev) & 0x00F0) == 0x0030)
#define IS_PRELIMINARY_HW(intel_info) ((intel_info)->is_preliminary)
#define SKL_REVID_A0 0x0
#define SKL_REVID_B0 0x1
#define SKL_REVID_C0 0x2
#define SKL_REVID_D0 0x3
#define SKL_REVID_E0 0x4
#define SKL_REVID_F0 0x5
#define SKL_REVID_G0 0x6
#define SKL_REVID_H0 0x7
#define IS_SKL_REVID(p, since, until) (IS_SKYLAKE(p) && IS_REVID(p, since, until))
#define BXT_REVID_A0 0x0
#define BXT_REVID_A1 0x1
#define BXT_REVID_B0 0x3
#define BXT_REVID_C0 0x9
#define IS_BXT_REVID(p, since, until) (IS_BROXTON(p) && IS_REVID(p, since, until))
#define KBL_REVID_A0 0x0
#define KBL_REVID_B0 0x1
#define KBL_REVID_C0 0x2
#define KBL_REVID_D0 0x3
#define KBL_REVID_E0 0x4
#define IS_KBL_REVID(p, since, until) \
(IS_KABYLAKE(p) && IS_REVID(p, since, until))
* The genX designation typically refers to the render engine, so render
* capability related checks should use IS_GEN, while display and other checks
* have their own (e.g. HAS_PCH_SPLIT for ILK+ display, IS_foo for particular
* chips, etc.).
#define IS_GEN2(dev) (!!(INTEL_INFO(dev)->gen_mask & BIT(1)))
#define IS_GEN3(dev) (!!(INTEL_INFO(dev)->gen_mask & BIT(2)))
#define IS_GEN4(dev) (!!(INTEL_INFO(dev)->gen_mask & BIT(3)))
#define IS_GEN5(dev) (!!(INTEL_INFO(dev)->gen_mask & BIT(4)))
#define IS_GEN6(dev) (!!(INTEL_INFO(dev)->gen_mask & BIT(5)))
#define IS_GEN7(dev) (!!(INTEL_INFO(dev)->gen_mask & BIT(6)))
#define IS_GEN8(dev) (!!(INTEL_INFO(dev)->gen_mask & BIT(7)))
#define IS_GEN9(dev) (!!(INTEL_INFO(dev)->gen_mask & BIT(8)))
#define ENGINE_MASK(id) BIT(id)
#define ALL_ENGINES (~0)
#define HAS_ENGINE(dev_priv, id) \
(!!(INTEL_INFO(dev_priv)->ring_mask & ENGINE_MASK(id)))
#define HAS_BSD(dev_priv) HAS_ENGINE(dev_priv, VCS)
#define HAS_BSD2(dev_priv) HAS_ENGINE(dev_priv, VCS2)
#define HAS_BLT(dev_priv) HAS_ENGINE(dev_priv, BCS)
#define HAS_VEBOX(dev_priv) HAS_ENGINE(dev_priv, VECS)
#define HAS_LLC(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->has_llc)
#define HAS_SNOOP(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->has_snoop)
#define HAS_EDRAM(dev) (!!(__I915__(dev)->edram_cap & EDRAM_ENABLED))
#define HAS_WT(dev) ((IS_HASWELL(dev) || IS_BROADWELL(dev)) && \
#define I915_NEED_GFX_HWS(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->need_gfx_hws)
#define HAS_HW_CONTEXTS(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->gen >= 6)
#define HAS_LOGICAL_RING_CONTEXTS(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->gen >= 8)
#define USES_PPGTT(dev) (i915.enable_ppgtt)
#define USES_FULL_PPGTT(dev) (i915.enable_ppgtt >= 2)
#define USES_FULL_48BIT_PPGTT(dev) (i915.enable_ppgtt == 3)
#define HAS_OVERLAY(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->has_overlay)
#define OVERLAY_NEEDS_PHYSICAL(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->overlay_needs_physical)
/* Early gen2 have a totally busted CS tlb and require pinned batches. */
#define HAS_BROKEN_CS_TLB(dev) (IS_I830(dev) || IS_845G(dev))
/* WaRsDisableCoarsePowerGating:skl,bxt */
#define NEEDS_WaRsDisableCoarsePowerGating(dev_priv) \
(IS_BXT_REVID(dev_priv, 0, BXT_REVID_A1) || \
IS_SKL_GT3(dev_priv) || \
* dp aux and gmbus irq on gen4 seems to be able to generate legacy interrupts
* even when in MSI mode. This results in spurious interrupt warnings if the
* legacy irq no. is shared with another device. The kernel then disables that
* interrupt source and so prevents the other device from working properly.
#define HAS_AUX_IRQ(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->gen >= 5)
#define HAS_GMBUS_IRQ(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->gen >= 5)
/* With the 945 and later, Y tiling got adjusted so that it was 32 128-byte
* rows, which changed the alignment requirements and fence programming.
#define HAS_128_BYTE_Y_TILING(dev) (!IS_GEN2(dev) && !(IS_I915G(dev) || \
#define SUPPORTS_TV(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->supports_tv)
#define I915_HAS_HOTPLUG(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->has_hotplug)
#define HAS_FW_BLC(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->gen > 2)
#define HAS_PIPE_CXSR(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->has_pipe_cxsr)
#define HAS_FBC(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->has_fbc)
#define HAS_IPS(dev) (IS_HSW_ULT(dev) || IS_BROADWELL(dev))
#define HAS_DP_MST(dev) (IS_HASWELL(dev) || IS_BROADWELL(dev) || \
INTEL_INFO(dev)->gen >= 9)
#define HAS_DDI(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->has_ddi)
#define HAS_FPGA_DBG_UNCLAIMED(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->has_fpga_dbg)
#define HAS_PSR(dev) (IS_HASWELL(dev) || IS_BROADWELL(dev) || \
#define HAS_RUNTIME_PM(dev) (IS_GEN6(dev) || IS_HASWELL(dev) || \
IS_CHERRYVIEW(dev) || IS_SKYLAKE(dev) || \
#define HAS_RC6(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->gen >= 6)
#define HAS_RC6p(dev) (IS_GEN6(dev) || IS_IVYBRIDGE(dev))
#define HAS_CSR(dev) (IS_GEN9(dev))
* For now, anything with a GuC requires uCode loading, and then supports
* command submission once loaded. But these are logically independent
* properties, so we have separate macros to test them.
#define HAS_GUC(dev) (IS_GEN9(dev))
#define HAS_GUC_UCODE(dev) (HAS_GUC(dev))
#define HAS_GUC_SCHED(dev) (HAS_GUC(dev))
#define HAS_RESOURCE_STREAMER(dev) (IS_HASWELL(dev) || \
INTEL_INFO(dev)->gen >= 8)
#define HAS_CORE_RING_FREQ(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->gen >= 6 && \
#define HAS_POOLED_EU(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->has_pooled_eu)
#define INTEL_PCH_QEMU_DEVICE_ID_TYPE 0x2900 /* qemu q35 has 2918 */
#define INTEL_PCH_TYPE(dev) (__I915__(dev)->pch_type)
#define HAS_PCH_KBP(dev) (INTEL_PCH_TYPE(dev) == PCH_KBP)
#define HAS_PCH_SPT(dev) (INTEL_PCH_TYPE(dev) == PCH_SPT)
#define HAS_PCH_LPT(dev) (INTEL_PCH_TYPE(dev) == PCH_LPT)
#define HAS_PCH_LPT_LP(dev) (__I915__(dev)->pch_id == INTEL_PCH_LPT_LP_DEVICE_ID_TYPE)
#define HAS_PCH_LPT_H(dev) (__I915__(dev)->pch_id == INTEL_PCH_LPT_DEVICE_ID_TYPE)
#define HAS_PCH_CPT(dev) (INTEL_PCH_TYPE(dev) == PCH_CPT)
#define HAS_PCH_IBX(dev) (INTEL_PCH_TYPE(dev) == PCH_IBX)
#define HAS_PCH_NOP(dev) (INTEL_PCH_TYPE(dev) == PCH_NOP)
#define HAS_PCH_SPLIT(dev) (INTEL_PCH_TYPE(dev) != PCH_NONE)
#define HAS_GMCH_DISPLAY(dev) (INTEL_INFO(dev)->gen < 5 || \
/* DPF == dynamic parity feature */
#define HAS_L3_DPF(dev) (IS_IVYBRIDGE(dev) || IS_HASWELL(dev))
#define NUM_L3_SLICES(dev) (IS_HSW_GT3(dev) ? 2 : HAS_L3_DPF(dev))
#define GEN9_FREQ_SCALER 3
#include "i915_trace.h"
static inline bool intel_scanout_needs_vtd_wa(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv)
if (INTEL_GEN(dev_priv) >= 6 && intel_iommu_gfx_mapped)
return true;
return false;
extern int i915_suspend_switcheroo(struct drm_device *dev, pm_message_t state);
extern int i915_resume_switcheroo(struct drm_device *dev);
int intel_sanitize_enable_ppgtt(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv,
int enable_ppgtt);
/* i915_drv.c */
void __printf(3, 4)
__i915_printk(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv, const char *level,
const char *fmt, ...);
#define i915_report_error(dev_priv, fmt, ...) \
__i915_printk(dev_priv, KERN_ERR, fmt, ##__VA_ARGS__)
extern long i915_compat_ioctl(struct file *filp, unsigned int cmd,
unsigned long arg);
extern int intel_gpu_reset(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv, u32 engine_mask);
extern bool intel_has_gpu_reset(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv);
extern int i915_reset(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv);
extern int intel_guc_reset(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv);
extern void intel_engine_init_hangcheck(struct intel_engine_cs *engine);
extern unsigned long i915_chipset_val(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv);
extern unsigned long i915_mch_val(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv);
extern unsigned long i915_gfx_val(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv);
extern void i915_update_gfx_val(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv);
int vlv_force_gfx_clock(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv, bool on);
/* intel_hotplug.c */
void intel_hpd_irq_handler(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv,
u32 pin_mask, u32 long_mask);
void intel_hpd_init(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv);
void intel_hpd_init_work(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv);
void intel_hpd_cancel_work(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv);
bool intel_hpd_pin_to_port(enum hpd_pin pin, enum port *port);
bool intel_hpd_disable(struct drm_i915_private *dev_priv, enum hpd_pin pin);