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** I/O Sapic Driver - PCI interrupt line support
** (c) Copyright 1999 Grant Grundler
** (c) Copyright 1999 Hewlett-Packard Company
** This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
** it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
** the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
** (at your option) any later version.
** The I/O sapic driver manages the Interrupt Redirection Table which is
** the control logic to convert PCI line based interrupts into a Message
** Signaled Interrupt (aka Transaction Based Interrupt, TBI).
** Acronyms
** --------
** HPA Hard Physical Address (aka MMIO address)
** IRQ Interrupt ReQuest. Implies Line based interrupt.
** IRT Interrupt Routing Table (provided by PAT firmware)
** IRdT Interrupt Redirection Table. IRQ line to TXN ADDR/DATA
** table which is implemented in I/O SAPIC.
** ISR Interrupt Service Routine. aka Interrupt handler.
** MSI Message Signaled Interrupt. PCI 2.2 functionality.
** aka Transaction Based Interrupt (or TBI).
** PA Precision Architecture. HP's RISC architecture.
** RISC Reduced Instruction Set Computer.
** What's a Message Signalled Interrupt?
** -------------------------------------
** MSI is a write transaction which targets a processor and is similar
** to a processor write to memory or MMIO. MSIs can be generated by I/O
** devices as well as processors and require *architecture* to work.
** PA only supports MSI. So I/O subsystems must either natively generate
** MSIs (e.g. GSC or HP-PB) or convert line based interrupts into MSIs
** (e.g. PCI and EISA). IA64 supports MSIs via a "local SAPIC" which
** acts on behalf of a processor.
** MSI allows any I/O device to interrupt any processor. This makes
** load balancing of the interrupt processing possible on an SMP platform.
** Interrupts are also ordered WRT to DMA data. It's possible on I/O
** coherent systems to completely eliminate PIO reads from the interrupt
** path. The device and driver must be designed and implemented to
** guarantee all DMA has been issued (issues about atomicity here)
** before the MSI is issued. I/O status can then safely be read from
** DMA'd data by the ISR.
** PA Firmware
** -----------
** PA-RISC platforms have two fundementally different types of firmware.
** For PCI devices, "Legacy" PDC initializes the "INTERRUPT_LINE" register
** and BARs similar to a traditional PC BIOS.
** The newer "PAT" firmware supports PDC calls which return tables.
** PAT firmware only initializes PCI Console and Boot interface.
** With these tables, the OS can progam all other PCI devices.
** One such PAT PDC call returns the "Interrupt Routing Table" (IRT).
** The IRT maps each PCI slot's INTA-D "output" line to an I/O SAPIC
** input line. If the IRT is not available, this driver assumes
** INTERRUPT_LINE register has been programmed by firmware. The latter
** case also means online addition of PCI cards can NOT be supported
** even if HW support is present.
** All platforms with PAT firmware to date (Oct 1999) use one Interrupt
** Routing Table for the entire platform.
** Where's the iosapic?
** --------------------
** I/O sapic is part of the "Core Electronics Complex". And on HP platforms
** it's integrated as part of the PCI bus adapter, "lba". So no bus walk
** will discover I/O Sapic. I/O Sapic driver learns about each device
** when lba driver advertises the presence of the I/O sapic by calling
** iosapic_register().
** IRQ region notes
** ----------------
** The data passed to iosapic_interrupt() is per IRQ line.
** Each IRQ line will get one txn_addr/data pair. Thus each IRQ region,
** will have several txn_addr/data pairs (up to 7 for current I/O SAPIC
** implementations). The IRQ region "sysdata" will NOT be directly passed
** to the interrupt handler like GSCtoPCI (dino.c).
** iosapic interrupt handler will NOT call do_irq_mask().
** It doesn't need to read a bit mask to determine which IRQ line was pulled
** since it already knows based on vector_info passed to iosapic_interrupt().
** One IRQ number represents both an IRQ line and a driver ISR.
** The I/O sapic driver can't manage shared IRQ lines because
** additional data besides the IRQ number must be passed via
** irq_region_ops. do_irq() and request_irq() must manage
** a sharing a bit in the mask.
** iosapic_interrupt() replaces do_irq_mask() and calls do_irq().
** Which IRQ line was asserted is already known since each
** line has unique data associated with it. We could omit
** iosapic_interrupt() from the calling path if it did NOT need
** to write EOI. For unshared lines, it really doesn't.
** Unfortunately, can't optimize out EOI if IRQ line isn't "shared".
** N-class console "device" and some sort of heartbeat actually share
** one line though only one driver is registered...<sigh>...this was
** true for HP-UX at least. May not be true for parisc-linux.
** Overview of exported iosapic functions
** --------------------------------------
** (caveat: code isn't finished yet - this is just the plan)
** iosapic_init:
** o initialize globals (lock, etc)
** o try to read IRT. Presence of IRT determines if this is
** a PAT platform or not.
** iosapic_register():
** o create iosapic_info instance data structure
** o allocate vector_info array for this iosapic
** o initialize vector_info - read corresponding IRdT?
** iosapic_xlate_pin: (only called by fixup_irq for PAT platform)
** o intr_pin = read cfg (INTERRUPT_PIN);
** o if (device under PCI-PCI bridge)
** translate slot/pin
** iosapic_fixup_irq:
** o if PAT platform (IRT present)
** intr_pin = iosapic_xlate_pin(isi,pcidev):
** intr_line = find IRT entry(isi, PCI_SLOT(pcidev), intr_pin)
** save IRT entry into vector_info later
** write cfg INTERRUPT_LINE (with intr_line)?
** else
** intr_line = pcidev->irq
** IRT pointer = NULL
** endif
** o locate vector_info (needs: isi, intr_line)
** o allocate processor "irq" and get txn_addr/data
** o request_irq(processor_irq, iosapic_interrupt, vector_info,...)
** o pcidev->irq = isi->isi_region...base + intr_line;
** iosapic_interrupt:
** o call do_irq(vector->isi->irq_region, vector->irq_line, regs)
** o assume level triggered and write EOI
** iosapic_enable_irq:
** o clear any pending IRQ on that line
** o enable IRdT - call enable_irq(vector[line]->processor_irq)
** o write EOI in case line is already asserted.
** iosapic_disable_irq:
** o disable IRdT - call disable_irq(vector[line]->processor_irq)
** FIXME: mask/unmask
/* FIXME: determine which include files are really needed */
#include <linux/types.h>
#include <linux/kernel.h>
#include <linux/spinlock.h>
#include <linux/pci.h> /* pci cfg accessor functions */
#include <linux/init.h>
#include <linux/slab.h>
#include <linux/smp_lock.h>
#include <linux/interrupt.h> /* irqaction */
#include <linux/irq.h> /* irq_region support */
#include <asm/byteorder.h> /* get in-line asm for swab */
#include <asm/pdc.h>
#include <asm/page.h>
#include <asm/segment.h>
#include <asm/system.h>
#include <asm/gsc.h> /* gsc_read/write functions */
#include <asm/superio.h>
#include <asm/iosapic.h>
#include "./iosapic_private.h"
#define MODULE_NAME "iosapic"
/* "local" compile flags */
static char assert_buf[128];
static int
assert_failed (char *a, char *f, int l)
"ASSERT(%s) failed!\nline %d in %s\n",
a, /* assertion text */
l, /* line number */
f); /* file name */
return 0;
#undef ASSERT
#define ASSERT(EX) { if (!(EX)) assert_failed(# EX, __FILE__, __LINE__); }
#define DBG(x...) printk(x)
#else /* DEBUG_IOSAPIC */
#define DBG(x...)
#define ASSERT(EX)
#endif /* DEBUG_IOSAPIC */
#define DBG_IRT(x...) printk(x)
#define DBG_IRT(x...)
#define READ_U8(addr) gsc_readb(addr)
#define READ_U16(addr) le16_to_cpu(gsc_readw((u16 *) (addr)))
#define READ_U32(addr) le32_to_cpu(gsc_readl((u32 *) (addr)))
#define READ_REG16(addr) gsc_readw((u16 *) (addr))
#define READ_REG32(addr) gsc_readl((u32 *) (addr))
#define WRITE_U8(value, addr) gsc_writeb(value, addr)
#define WRITE_U16(value, addr) gsc_writew(cpu_to_le16(value), (u16 *) (addr))
#define WRITE_U32(value, addr) gsc_writel(cpu_to_le32(value), (u32 *) (addr))
#define WRITE_REG16(value, addr) gsc_writew(value, (u16 *) (addr))
#define WRITE_REG32(value, addr) gsc_writel(value, (u32 *) (addr))
#define IOSAPIC_REG_EOI 0x40
#define IOSAPIC_IRDT_ENTRY(idx) (0x10+(idx)*2)
#define IOSAPIC_IRDT_ENTRY_HI(idx) (0x11+(idx)*2)
** FIXME: revisit which GFP flags we should really be using.
** GFP_KERNEL includes __GFP_WAIT flag and that may not
** be acceptable. Since this is boot time, we shouldn't have
** to wait ever and this code should (will?) never get called
** from the interrrupt context.
#define IOSAPIC_KALLOC(a_type, cnt) \
(a_type *) kmalloc(sizeof(a_type)*(cnt), GFP_KERNEL)
#define IOSAPIC_FREE(addr, f_type, cnt) kfree((void *)addr)
#define IOSAPIC_LOCK(lck) spin_lock_irqsave(lck, irqflags)
#define IOSAPIC_UNLOCK(lck) spin_unlock_irqrestore(lck, irqflags)
#define IOSAPIC_VERSION_MASK 0x000000ff
#define IOSAPIC_VERSION(ver) \
#define IOSAPIC_MAX_ENTRY_MASK 0x00ff0000
/* bits in the "low" I/O Sapic IRdT entry */
#define IOSAPIC_IRDT_ENABLE 0x10000
#define IOSAPIC_IRDT_PO_LOW 0x02000
#define IOSAPIC_IRDT_MODE_LPRI 0x00100
/* bits in the "high" I/O Sapic IRdT entry */
#define IOSAPIC_EOI(eoi_addr, eoi_data) gsc_writel(eoi_data, eoi_addr)
static struct iosapic_info *iosapic_list;
static spinlock_t iosapic_lock;
static int iosapic_count;
** REVISIT: future platforms may have more than one IRT.
** If so, the following three fields form a structure which
** then be linked into a list. Names are chosen to make searching
** for them easy - not necessarily accurate (eg "cell").
** Alternative: iosapic_info could point to the IRT it's in.
** iosapic_register() could search a list of IRT's.
static struct irt_entry *irt_cell;
static size_t irt_num_entry;
** iosapic_load_irt
** The "Get PCI INT Routing Table Size" option returns the number of
** entries in the PCI interrupt routing table for the cell specified
** in the cell_number argument. The cell number must be for a cell
** within the caller's protection domain.
** The "Get PCI INT Routing Table" option returns, for the cell
** specified in the cell_number argument, the PCI interrupt routing
** table in the caller allocated memory pointed to by mem_addr.
** We assume the IRT only contains entries for I/O SAPIC and
** calculate the size based on the size of I/O sapic entries.
** The PCI interrupt routing table entry format is derived from the
** IA64 SAL Specification 2.4. The PCI interrupt routing table defines
** the routing of PCI interrupt signals between the PCI device output
** "pins" and the IO SAPICs' input "lines" (including core I/O PCI
** devices). This table does NOT include information for devices/slots
** behind PCI to PCI bridges. See PCI to PCI Bridge Architecture Spec.
** for the architected method of routing of IRQ's behind PPB's.
static int __init /* return number of entries as success/fail flag */
iosapic_load_irt(unsigned long cell_num, struct irt_entry **irt)
long status; /* PDC return value status */
struct irt_entry *table; /* start of interrupt routing tbl */
unsigned long num_entries = 0UL;
ASSERT(NULL != irt);
if (is_pdc_pat()) {
/* Use pat pdc routine to get interrupt routing table size */
DBG("calling get_irt_size (cell %ld)\n", cell_num);
status = pdc_pat_get_irt_size(&num_entries, cell_num);
DBG("get_irt_size: %ld\n", status);
ASSERT(status == PDC_OK);
/* save the number of entries in the table */
ASSERT(0UL != num_entries);
** allocate memory for interrupt routing table
** This interface isn't really right. We are assuming
** the contents of the table are exclusively
** for I/O sapic devices.
table = IOSAPIC_KALLOC(struct irt_entry, num_entries);
if (table == NULL) {
printk(KERN_WARNING MODULE_NAME ": read_irt : can not alloc mem for IRT\n");
return 0;
/* get PCI INT routing table */
status = pdc_pat_get_irt(table, cell_num);
DBG("pdc_pat_get_irt: %ld\n", status);
ASSERT(status == PDC_OK);
} else {
** C3000/J5000 (and similar) platforms with Sprockets PDC
** will return exactly one IRT for all iosapics.
** So if we have one, don't need to get it again.
if (NULL != irt_cell)
return 0;
/* Should be using the Elroy's HPA, but it's ignored anyway */
status = pdc_pci_irt_size(&num_entries, 0);
DBG("pdc_pci_irt_size: %ld\n", status);
if (PDC_OK != status) {
/* Not a "legacy" system with I/O SAPIC either */
return 0;
ASSERT(0UL != num_entries);
table = IOSAPIC_KALLOC(struct irt_entry, num_entries);
if (table == NULL) {
printk(KERN_WARNING MODULE_NAME ": read_irt : can not alloc mem for IRT\n");
return 0;
/* HPA ignored by this call too. */
status = pdc_pci_irt(num_entries, 0, table);
ASSERT(PDC_OK == status);
/* return interrupt table address */
*irt = table;
struct irt_entry *p = table;
int i;
printk(KERN_DEBUG MODULE_NAME " Interrupt Routing Table (cell %ld)\n", cell_num);
printk(KERN_DEBUG MODULE_NAME " start = 0x%p num_entries %ld entry_size %d\n",
(int) sizeof(struct irt_entry));
for (i = 0 ; i < num_entries ; i++, p++) {
printk(KERN_DEBUG MODULE_NAME " %02x %02x %02x %02x %02x %02x %02x %02x %08x%08x\n",
p->entry_type, p->entry_length, p->interrupt_type,
p->polarity_trigger, p->src_bus_irq_devno, p->src_bus_id,
p->src_seg_id, p->dest_iosapic_intin,
((u32 *) p)[2],
((u32 *) p)[3]
#endif /* DEBUG_IOSAPIC_IRT */
return num_entries;
void __init
unsigned long cell = 0;
/* init global data */
iosapic_lock = SPIN_LOCK_UNLOCKED;
iosapic_list = (struct iosapic_info *) NULL;
iosapic_count = 0;
#ifdef __LP64__
if (is_pdc_pat()) {
int status;
struct pdc_pat_cell_num cell_info;
status = pdc_pat_cell_get_number(&cell_info);
if (status == PDC_OK) {
cell = cell_info.cell_num;
** get IRT for this cell.
irt_num_entry = iosapic_load_irt(cell, &irt_cell);
if (0 == irt_num_entry)
irt_cell = NULL; /* old PDC w/o iosapic */
** Return the IRT entry in case we need to look something else up.
static struct irt_entry *
irt_find_irqline(struct iosapic_info *isi, u8 slot, u8 intr_pin)
struct irt_entry *i = irt_cell;
int cnt; /* track how many entries we've looked at */
u8 irq_devno = (slot << IRT_DEV_SHIFT) | (intr_pin-1);
DBG_IRT("irt_find_irqline() SLOT %d pin %d\n", slot, intr_pin);
for (cnt=0; cnt < irt_num_entry; cnt++, i++) {
** Validate: entry_type, entry_length, interrupt_type
** Difference between validate vs compare is the former
** should print debug info and is not expected to "fail"
** on current platforms.
if (i->entry_type != IRT_IOSAPIC_TYPE) {
DBG_IRT(KERN_WARNING MODULE_NAME ":find_irqline(0x%p): skipping entry %d type %d\n", i, cnt, i->entry_type);
if (i->entry_length != IRT_IOSAPIC_LENGTH) {
DBG_IRT(KERN_WARNING MODULE_NAME ":find_irqline(0x%p): skipping entry %d length %d\n", i, cnt, i->entry_length);
if (i->interrupt_type != IRT_VECTORED_INTR) {
DBG_IRT(KERN_WARNING MODULE_NAME ":find_irqline(0x%p): skipping entry %d interrupt_type %d\n", i, cnt, i->interrupt_type);
** Compare: dest_iosapic_addr, src_bus_irq_devno
if (i->dest_iosapic_addr != (u64) ((long) isi->isi_hpa))
if ((i->src_bus_irq_devno & IRT_IRQ_DEVNO_MASK) != irq_devno)
** Ignore: src_bus_id and rc_seg_id correlate with
** iosapic_info->isi_hpa on HP platforms.
** If needed, pass in "PFA" (aka config space addr)
** instead of slot.
/* Found it! */
return i;
printk(KERN_WARNING MODULE_NAME ": 0x%lx : no IRT entry for slot %d, pin %d\n",
isi->isi_hpa, slot, intr_pin);
return NULL;
** xlate_pin() supports the skewing of IRQ lines done by subsidiary bridges.
** Legacy PDC already does this translation for us and stores it in INTR_LINE.
** PAT PDC needs to basically do what legacy PDC does:
** o read PIN
** o adjust PIN in case device is "behind" a PPB
** (eg 4-port 100BT and SCSI/LAN "Combo Card")
** o convert slot/pin to I/O SAPIC input line.
** HP platforms only support:
** o one level of skewing for any number of PPBs
** o only support PCI-PCI Bridges.
static struct irt_entry *
iosapic_xlate_pin(struct iosapic_info *isi, struct pci_dev *pcidev)
u8 intr_pin, intr_slot;
pci_read_config_byte(pcidev, PCI_INTERRUPT_PIN, &intr_pin);
DBG_IRT("iosapic_xlate_pin() SLOT %d pin %d\n",
PCI_SLOT(pcidev->devfn), intr_pin);
if (0 == intr_pin) {
/* The device does NOT support/use IRQ lines. */
return NULL;
/* Check if pcidev behind a PPB */
if (NULL != pcidev->bus->self) {
/* Convert pcidev INTR_PIN into something we
** can lookup in the IRT.
** Proposal #1:
** call implementation specific translation function
** This is architecturally "cleaner". HP-UX doesn't
** support other secondary bus types (eg. E/ISA) directly.
** May be needed for other processor (eg IA64) architectures
** or by some ambitous soul who wants to watch TV.
if (pci_bridge_funcs->xlate_intr_line) {
intr_pin = pci_bridge_funcs->xlate_intr_line(pcidev);
#else /* PCI_BRIDGE_FUNCS */
struct pci_bus *p = pcidev->bus;
** Proposal #2:
** The "pin" is skewed ((pin + dev - 1) % 4).
** This isn't very clean since I/O SAPIC must assume:
** - all platforms only have PCI busses.
** - only PCI-PCI bridge (eg not PCI-EISA, PCI-PCMCIA)
** - IRQ routing is only skewed once regardless of
** the number of PPB's between iosapic and device.
** (Bit3 expansion chassis follows this rule)
** Advantage is it's really easy to implement.
intr_pin = ((intr_pin-1)+PCI_SLOT(pcidev->devfn)) % 4;
intr_pin++; /* convert back to INTA-D (1-4) */
#endif /* PCI_BRIDGE_FUNCS */
** Locate the host slot the PPB nearest the Host bus
** adapter.
while (NULL != p->parent->self)
p = p->parent;
intr_slot = PCI_SLOT(p->self->devfn);
} else {
intr_slot = PCI_SLOT(pcidev->devfn);
DBG_IRT("iosapic_xlate_pin: bus %d slot %d pin %d\n",
pcidev->bus->secondary, intr_slot, intr_pin);
return irt_find_irqline(isi, intr_slot, intr_pin);
static void
iosapic_interrupt(int irq, void *dev_id, struct pt_regs * regs)
struct vector_info *vi = (struct vector_info *)dev_id;
extern void do_irq(struct irqaction *a, int i, struct pt_regs *p);
int irq_num = vi->vi_ios->isi_region->data.irqbase + vi->vi_irqline;
DBG("iosapic_interrupt(): irq %d line %d eoi %p\n",
irq, vi->vi_irqline, vi->vi_eoi_addr);
/* FIXME: Need to mask/unmask? processor IRQ is already masked... */
do_irq(&vi->vi_ios->isi_region->action[vi->vi_irqline], irq_num, regs);
** PCI only supports level triggered in order to share IRQ lines.
** I/O SAPIC must always issue EOI.
IOSAPIC_EOI(vi->vi_eoi_addr, vi->vi_eoi_data);
iosapic_fixup_irq(void *isi_obj, struct pci_dev *pcidev)
struct iosapic_info *isi = (struct iosapic_info *)isi_obj;
struct irt_entry *irte = NULL; /* only used if PAT PDC */
struct vector_info *vi;
int isi_line; /* line used by device */
int tmp;
int return_irq;
int superio_irq = -1;
if (NULL == isi) {
printk(KERN_WARNING MODULE_NAME ": hpa not registered for %s\n",
if (is_superio_device(pcidev)) {
superio_irq = superio_fixup_irq(pcidev);
if (superio_irq == -1)
if (PCI_FUNC(pcidev->devfn) != SUPERIO_USB_FN) {
* SuperIO USB controller has an irt entry.
* Only let the USB controller hookup the rest
* of the interrupt routing when it comes through.
* Note that interrupts for all three functions
* actually come through the PIC's on function 1!
pcidev->irq = superio_irq;
return superio_irq;
#endif /* CONFIG_SUPERIO */
/* lookup IRT entry for isi/slot/pin set */
irte = iosapic_xlate_pin(isi, pcidev);
if (NULL == irte) {
DBG_IRT("iosapic_fixup_irq(): irte %p %x %x %x %x %x %x %x %x\n",
(u32) irte->dest_iosapic_addr);
isi_line = irte->dest_iosapic_intin;
/* get vector info for this input line */
ASSERT(NULL != isi->isi_vector);
vi = &(isi->isi_vector[isi_line]);
DBG_IRT("iosapic_fixup_irq: line %d vi 0x%p\n", isi_line, vi);
vi->vi_irte = irte;
/* Allocate processor IRQ */
vi->vi_txn_irq = txn_alloc_irq();
/* XXX/FIXME The txn_alloc_irq() code and related code should be moved
** to enable_irq(). That way we only allocate processor IRQ bits
** for devices that actually have drivers claiming them.
** Right now we assign an IRQ to every PCI device present regardless
** of whether it's used or not.
if (vi->vi_txn_irq < 0)
panic("I/O sapic: couldn't get TXN IRQ\n");
/* enable_irq() will use txn_* to program IRdT */
vi->vi_txn_addr = txn_alloc_addr(vi->vi_txn_irq);
vi->vi_txn_data = txn_alloc_data(vi->vi_txn_irq, 8);
ASSERT(vi->vi_txn_data < 256); /* matches 8 above */
tmp = request_irq(vi->vi_txn_irq, iosapic_interrupt, 0,
vi->vi_name, vi);
ASSERT(tmp == 0);
vi->vi_eoi_addr = (u32 *) (isi->isi_hpa + IOSAPIC_REG_EOI);
vi->vi_eoi_data = cpu_to_le32(vi->vi_irqline);
ASSERT(NULL != isi->isi_region);
/* pcidev->irq still needs to be virtualized. */
return_irq = isi->isi_region->data.irqbase + isi_line;
if (superio_irq != -1) {
return_irq = superio_irq;
pcidev->irq = return_irq;
DBG_IRT("iosapic_fixup_irq() %d:%d %x %x line %d irq %d\n",
PCI_FUNC(pcidev->devfn), pcidev->vendor, pcidev->device, isi_line, return_irq);
return return_irq;
static void
iosapic_rd_irt_entry(struct vector_info *vi , u32 *dp0, u32 *dp1)
struct iosapic_info *isp = vi->vi_ios;
u8 idx = vi->vi_irqline;
/* point the window register to the lower word */
*dp0 = READ_U32(isp->isi_hpa+IOSAPIC_REG_WINDOW);
/* point the window register to the higher word */
*dp1 = READ_U32(isp->isi_hpa+IOSAPIC_REG_WINDOW);
static void
iosapic_wr_irt_entry(struct vector_info *vi, u32 dp0, u32 dp1)
struct iosapic_info *isp = vi->vi_ios;
ASSERT(NULL != isp);
ASSERT(0 != isp->isi_hpa);
DBG_IRT("iosapic_wr_irt_entry(): irq %d hpa %p WINDOW %p 0x%x 0x%x\n",
isp->isi_hpa, isp->isi_hpa+IOSAPIC_REG_WINDOW,
dp0, dp1);
/* point the window register to the lower word */
WRITE_U32(IOSAPIC_IRDT_ENTRY(vi->vi_irqline), isp->isi_hpa+IOSAPIC_REG_SELECT);
WRITE_U32( dp0, isp->isi_hpa+IOSAPIC_REG_WINDOW);
/* Read the window register to flush the writes down to HW */
dp0 = READ_U32(isp->isi_hpa+IOSAPIC_REG_WINDOW);
/* point the window register to the higher word */
WRITE_U32(IOSAPIC_IRDT_ENTRY_HI(vi->vi_irqline), isp->isi_hpa+IOSAPIC_REG_SELECT);
WRITE_U32( dp1, isp->isi_hpa+IOSAPIC_REG_WINDOW);
/* Read the window register to flush the writes down to HW */
dp1 = READ_U32(isp->isi_hpa+IOSAPIC_REG_WINDOW);
** set_irt prepares the data (dp0, dp1) according to the vector_info
** and target cpu (id_eid). dp0/dp1 are then used to program I/O SAPIC
** IRdT for the given "vector" (aka IRQ line).
static void
iosapic_set_irt_data( struct vector_info *vi, u32 *dp0, u32 *dp1)
u32 mode = 0;
struct irt_entry *p = vi->vi_irte;
ASSERT(NULL != vi->vi_irte);
if ((p->polarity_trigger & IRT_PO_MASK) == IRT_ACTIVE_LO)
if (((p->polarity_trigger >> IRT_EL_SHIFT) & IRT_EL_MASK) == IRT_LEVEL_TRIG)
** PA doesn't support EXTINT or LPRIO bits.
*dp0 = mode | (u32) vi->vi_txn_data;
** Extracting id_eid isn't a real clean way of getting it.
** But the encoding is the same for both PA and IA64 platforms.
if (is_pdc_pat()) {
** PAT PDC just hands it to us "right".
** vi_txn_addr comes from cpu_data[x].txn_addr.
*dp1 = (u32) (vi->vi_txn_addr);
} else {
** eg if base_addr == 0xfffa0000),
** we want to get 0xa0ff0000.
** eid 0x0ff00000 -> 0x00ff0000
** id 0x000ff000 -> 0xff000000
*dp1 = (((u32)vi->vi_txn_addr & 0x0ff00000) >> 4) |
(((u32)vi->vi_txn_addr & 0x000ff000) << 12);
DBG_IRT("iosapic_set_irt_data(): 0x%x 0x%x\n", *dp0, *dp1);
static void
iosapic_disable_irq(void *irq_dev, int irq)
ulong irqflags;
struct vector_info *vi = &(((struct vector_info *) irq_dev)[irq]);
u32 d0, d1;
disable_irq()/enable_irq(): drawback of using IRQ as a "handle"
Current disable_irq interface only allows the irq_region support routines
to manage sharing of "irq" objects. The problem is the disable_irq()
interface specifies which IRQ line needs to be disabled but does not
identify the particular ISR which needs to be disabled. IO sapic
(and similar code in Dino) can only support one handler per IRQ
since they don't further encode the meaning of the IRQ number.
irq_region support has to hide it's implementation of "shared IRQ"
behind a function call.
Encoding the IRQ would be possible by I/O SAPIC but makes life really
complicated for the IRQ handler and not help performance.
Need more info on how Linux supports shared IRQ lines on a PC.
iosapic_rd_irt_entry(vi, &d0, &d1);
iosapic_wr_irt_entry(vi, d0, d1);
/* disable ISR for parent */
static void
iosapic_enable_irq(void *dev, int irq)
struct vector_info *vi = &(((struct vector_info *) dev)[irq]);
u32 d0, d1;
ASSERT(NULL != vi->vi_irte);
/* data is initialized by fixup_irq */
ASSERT(0 < vi->vi_txn_irq);
ASSERT(0UL != vi->vi_txn_data);
iosapic_set_irt_data(vi, &d0, &d1);
iosapic_wr_irt_entry(vi, d0, d1);
u32 *t = (u32 *) ((ulong) vi->vi_eoi_addr & ~0xffUL);
printk("iosapic_enable_irq(): regs %p", vi->vi_eoi_addr);
while (t < vi->vi_eoi_addr) printk(" %x", READ_U32(t++));
printk("iosapic_enable_irq(): sel ");
struct iosapic_info *isp = vi->vi_ios;
for (d0=0x10; d0<0x1e; d0++) {
/* point the window register to the lower word */
WRITE_U32(d0, isp->isi_hpa+IOSAPIC_REG_SELECT);
/* read the word */
d1 = READ_U32(isp->isi_hpa+IOSAPIC_REG_WINDOW);
printk(" %x", d1);
** KLUGE: IRQ should not be asserted when Drivers enabling their IRQ.
** PCI supports level triggered in order to share IRQ lines.
** Issueing I/O SAPIC an EOI causes an interrupt iff IRQ line is
** asserted.
IOSAPIC_EOI(vi->vi_eoi_addr, vi->vi_eoi_data);
static void
iosapic_mask_irq(void *dev, int irq)
static void
iosapic_unmask_irq(void *dev, int irq)
static struct irq_region_ops iosapic_irq_ops = {
disable_irq: iosapic_disable_irq,
enable_irq: iosapic_enable_irq,
mask_irq: iosapic_mask_irq,
unmask_irq: iosapic_unmask_irq
** squirrel away the I/O Sapic Version
static unsigned int
iosapic_rd_version(struct iosapic_info *isi)
/* point window to the version register */
/* now read the version register */
return (READ_U32(isi->isi_hpa+IOSAPIC_REG_WINDOW));
** iosapic_register() is called by "drivers" with an integrated I/O SAPIC.
** Caller must be certain they have an I/O SAPIC and know its MMIO address.
** o allocate iosapic_info and add it to the list
** o read iosapic version and squirrel that away
** o read size of IRdT.
** o allocate and initialize isi_vector[]
** o allocate isi_region (registers region handlers)
void *
iosapic_register(unsigned long hpa)
struct iosapic_info *isi = NULL;
struct irt_entry *irte = irt_cell;
struct vector_info *vip;
int cnt; /* track how many entries we've looked at */
** Astro based platforms can't support PCI OLARD if they
** implement the legacy PDC (not PAT). Though Legacy PDC
** supports an IRT, LBA's with no device under them
** are *not* listed in the IRT.
** Search the IRT and ignore iosapic's which aren't
** in the IRT.
ASSERT(NULL != irte); /* always have built-in devices */
for (cnt=0; cnt < irt_num_entry; cnt++, irte++) {
ASSERT(IRT_IOSAPIC_TYPE == irte->entry_type);
** We need sign extension of the hpa on 32-bit kernels.
** The address in the IRT is *always* 64 bit and really
** is an unsigned quantity (like all physical addresses).
if (irte->dest_iosapic_addr == (s64) ((long) hpa))
if (cnt >= irt_num_entry)
return (NULL);
if ((isi = IOSAPIC_KALLOC(struct iosapic_info, 1)) == NULL) {
return (NULL);
memset(isi, 0, sizeof(struct iosapic_info));
isi->isi_hpa = hpa;
isi->isi_version = iosapic_rd_version(isi);
isi->isi_num_vectors = IOSAPIC_IRDT_MAX_ENTRY(isi->isi_version) + 1;
vip = isi->isi_vector =
IOSAPIC_KALLOC(struct vector_info, isi->isi_num_vectors);
if (vip == NULL) {
IOSAPIC_FREE(isi, struct iosapic_info, 1);
return (NULL);
memset(vip, 0, sizeof(struct vector_info) * isi->isi_num_vectors);
sprintf(isi->isi_name, "IO-SAPIC%02d", iosapic_count++);
** Initialize vector array
for (cnt=0; cnt < isi->isi_num_vectors; cnt++, vip++) {
vip->vi_irqline = (unsigned char) cnt;
vip->vi_ios = isi;
sprintf(vip->vi_name, "%s-L%d", isi->isi_name, cnt);
isi->isi_region = alloc_irq_region(isi->isi_num_vectors,
&iosapic_irq_ops, isi->isi_name,
(void *) isi->isi_vector);
ASSERT(NULL != isi->isi_region);
return ((void *) isi);
static void
iosapic_prt_irt(void *irt, long num_entry)
unsigned int i, *irp = (unsigned int *) irt;
ASSERT(NULL != irt);
printk(KERN_DEBUG MODULE_NAME ": Interrupt Routing Table (%lx entries)\n", num_entry);
for (i=0; i<num_entry; i++, irp += 4) {
printk(KERN_DEBUG "%p : %2d %.8x %.8x %.8x %.8x\n",
irp, i, irp[0], irp[1], irp[2], irp[3]);
static void
iosapic_prt_vi(struct vector_info *vi)
printk(KERN_DEBUG MODULE_NAME ": vector_info[%d] is at %p\n", vi->vi_irqline, vi);
printk(KERN_DEBUG "\t\tvi_status: %.4x\n", vi->vi_status);
printk(KERN_DEBUG "\t\tvi_txn_irq: %d\n", vi->vi_txn_irq);
printk(KERN_DEBUG "\t\tvi_txn_addr: %lx\n", vi->vi_txn_addr);
printk(KERN_DEBUG "\t\tvi_txn_data: %lx\n", vi->vi_txn_data);
printk(KERN_DEBUG "\t\tvi_eoi_addr: %p\n", vi->vi_eoi_addr);
printk(KERN_DEBUG "\t\tvi_eoi_data: %x\n", vi->vi_eoi_data);
static void
iosapic_prt_isi(struct iosapic_info *isi)
ASSERT(NULL != isi);
printk(KERN_DEBUG MODULE_NAME ": io_sapic_info at %p\n", isi);
printk(KERN_DEBUG "\t\tisi_hpa: %lx\n", isi->isi_hpa);
printk(KERN_DEBUG "\t\tisi_status: %x\n", isi->isi_status);
printk(KERN_DEBUG "\t\tisi_version: %x\n", isi->isi_version);
printk(KERN_DEBUG "\t\tisi_vector: %p\n", isi->isi_vector);
#endif /* DEBUG_IOSAPIC */