Commit 038669e4 authored by Emmanuel Grumbach's avatar Emmanuel Grumbach Committed by John W. Linville
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iwlwifi: clean up register names and defines



This patch cleans up and renames some of the SCD registers.
 It move SCD definitions into iwl-prhp.h file
Signed-off-by: default avatarEmmanuel Grumbach <emmanuel.grumbach@intel.com>
Signed-off-by: default avatarTomas Winkler <tomas.winkler@intel.com>
Signed-off-by: default avatarJohn W. Linville <linville@tuxdriver.com>
parent 07bc28ed
......@@ -1072,286 +1072,6 @@ enum {
(IWL_FH_TSSR_TX_STATUS_REG_BIT_BUFS_EMPTY(_chnl) | \
IWL_FH_TSSR_TX_STATUS_REG_BIT_NO_PEND_REQ(_chnl))
/********************* START TX SCHEDULER *************************************/
/**
* 4965 Tx Scheduler
*
* The Tx Scheduler selects the next frame to be transmitted, chosing TFDs
* (Transmit Frame Descriptors) from up to 16 circular Tx queues resident in
* host DRAM. It steers each frame's Tx command (which contains the frame
* data) into one of up to 7 prioritized Tx DMA FIFO channels within the
* device. A queue maps to only one (selectable by driver) Tx DMA channel,
* but one DMA channel may take input from several queues.
*
* Tx DMA channels have dedicated purposes. For 4965, they are used as follows:
*
* 0 -- EDCA BK (background) frames, lowest priority
* 1 -- EDCA BE (best effort) frames, normal priority
* 2 -- EDCA VI (video) frames, higher priority
* 3 -- EDCA VO (voice) and management frames, highest priority
* 4 -- Commands (e.g. RXON, etc.)
* 5 -- HCCA short frames
* 6 -- HCCA long frames
* 7 -- not used by driver (device-internal only)
*
* Driver should normally map queues 0-6 to Tx DMA/FIFO channels 0-6.
* In addition, driver can map queues 7-15 to Tx DMA/FIFO channels 0-3 to
* support 11n aggregation via EDCA DMA channels.
*
* The driver sets up each queue to work in one of two modes:
*
* 1) Scheduler-Ack, in which the scheduler automatically supports a
* block-ack (BA) window of up to 64 TFDs. In this mode, each queue
* contains TFDs for a unique combination of Recipient Address (RA)
* and Traffic Identifier (TID), that is, traffic of a given
* Quality-Of-Service (QOS) priority, destined for a single station.
*
* In scheduler-ack mode, the scheduler keeps track of the Tx status of
* each frame within the BA window, including whether it's been transmitted,
* and whether it's been acknowledged by the receiving station. The device
* automatically processes block-acks received from the receiving STA,
* and reschedules un-acked frames to be retransmitted (successful
* Tx completion may end up being out-of-order).
*
* The driver must maintain the queue's Byte Count table in host DRAM
* (struct iwl4965_sched_queue_byte_cnt_tbl) for this mode.
* This mode does not support fragmentation.
*
* 2) FIFO (a.k.a. non-Scheduler-ACK), in which each TFD is processed in order.
* The device may automatically retry Tx, but will retry only one frame
* at a time, until receiving ACK from receiving station, or reaching
* retry limit and giving up.
*
* The command queue (#4) must use this mode!
* This mode does not require use of the Byte Count table in host DRAM.
*
* Driver controls scheduler operation via 3 means:
* 1) Scheduler registers
* 2) Shared scheduler data base in internal 4956 SRAM
* 3) Shared data in host DRAM
*
* Initialization:
*
* When loading, driver should allocate memory for:
* 1) 16 TFD circular buffers, each with space for (typically) 256 TFDs.
* 2) 16 Byte Count circular buffers in 16 KBytes contiguous memory
* (1024 bytes for each queue).
*
* After receiving "Alive" response from uCode, driver must initialize
* the scheduler (especially for queue #4, the command queue, otherwise
* the driver can't issue commands!):
*/
/**
* Max Tx window size is the max number of contiguous TFDs that the scheduler
* can keep track of at one time when creating block-ack chains of frames.
* Note that "64" matches the number of ack bits in a block-ack packet.
* Driver should use SCD_WIN_SIZE and SCD_FRAME_LIMIT values to initialize
* SCD_CONTEXT_QUEUE_OFFSET(x) values.
*/
#define SCD_WIN_SIZE 64
#define SCD_FRAME_LIMIT 64
/* SCD registers are internal, must be accessed via HBUS_TARG_PRPH regs */
#define SCD_START_OFFSET 0xa02c00
/*
* 4965 tells driver SRAM address for internal scheduler structs via this reg.
* Value is valid only after "Alive" response from uCode.
*/
#define SCD_SRAM_BASE_ADDR (SCD_START_OFFSET + 0x0)
/*
* Driver may need to update queue-empty bits after changing queue's
* write and read pointers (indexes) during (re-)initialization (i.e. when
* scheduler is not tracking what's happening).
* Bit fields:
* 31-16: Write mask -- 1: update empty bit, 0: don't change empty bit
* 15-00: Empty state, one for each queue -- 1: empty, 0: non-empty
* NOTE: This register is not used by Linux driver.
*/
#define SCD_EMPTY_BITS (SCD_START_OFFSET + 0x4)
/*
* Physical base address of array of byte count (BC) circular buffers (CBs).
* Each Tx queue has a BC CB in host DRAM to support Scheduler-ACK mode.
* This register points to BC CB for queue 0, must be on 1024-byte boundary.
* Others are spaced by 1024 bytes.
* Each BC CB is 2 bytes * (256 + 64) = 740 bytes, followed by 384 bytes pad.
* (Index into a queue's BC CB) = (index into queue's TFD CB) = (SSN & 0xff).
* Bit fields:
* 25-00: Byte Count CB physical address [35:10], must be 1024-byte aligned.
*/
#define SCD_DRAM_BASE_ADDR (SCD_START_OFFSET + 0x10)
/*
* Enables any/all Tx DMA/FIFO channels.
* Scheduler generates requests for only the active channels.
* Set this to 0xff to enable all 8 channels (normal usage).
* Bit fields:
* 7- 0: Enable (1), disable (0), one bit for each channel 0-7
*/
#define SCD_TXFACT (SCD_START_OFFSET + 0x1c)
/* Mask to enable contiguous Tx DMA/FIFO channels between "lo" and "hi". */
#define SCD_TXFACT_REG_TXFIFO_MASK(lo, hi) \
((1 << (hi)) | ((1 << (hi)) - (1 << (lo))))
/*
* Queue (x) Write Pointers (indexes, really!), one for each Tx queue.
* Initialized and updated by driver as new TFDs are added to queue.
* NOTE: If using Block Ack, index must correspond to frame's
* Start Sequence Number; index = (SSN & 0xff)
* NOTE: Alternative to HBUS_TARG_WRPTR, which is what Linux driver uses?
*/
#define SCD_QUEUE_WRPTR(x) (SCD_START_OFFSET + 0x24 + (x) * 4)
/*
* Queue (x) Read Pointers (indexes, really!), one for each Tx queue.
* For FIFO mode, index indicates next frame to transmit.
* For Scheduler-ACK mode, index indicates first frame in Tx window.
* Initialized by driver, updated by scheduler.
*/
#define SCD_QUEUE_RDPTR(x) (SCD_START_OFFSET + 0x64 + (x) * 4)
/*
* Select which queues work in chain mode (1) vs. not (0).
* Use chain mode to build chains of aggregated frames.
* Bit fields:
* 31-16: Reserved
* 15-00: Mode, one bit for each queue -- 1: Chain mode, 0: one-at-a-time
* NOTE: If driver sets up queue for chain mode, it should be also set up
* Scheduler-ACK mode as well, via SCD_QUEUE_STATUS_BITS(x).
*/
#define SCD_QUEUECHAIN_SEL (SCD_START_OFFSET + 0xd0)
/*
* Select which queues interrupt driver when scheduler increments
* a queue's read pointer (index).
* Bit fields:
* 31-16: Reserved
* 15-00: Interrupt enable, one bit for each queue -- 1: enabled, 0: disabled
* NOTE: This functionality is apparently a no-op; driver relies on interrupts
* from Rx queue to read Tx command responses and update Tx queues.
*/
#define SCD_INTERRUPT_MASK (SCD_START_OFFSET + 0xe4)
/*
* Queue search status registers. One for each queue.
* Sets up queue mode and assigns queue to Tx DMA channel.
* Bit fields:
* 19-10: Write mask/enable bits for bits 0-9
* 9: Driver should init to "0"
* 8: Scheduler-ACK mode (1), non-Scheduler-ACK (i.e. FIFO) mode (0).
* Driver should init to "1" for aggregation mode, or "0" otherwise.
* 7-6: Driver should init to "0"
* 5: Window Size Left; indicates whether scheduler can request
* another TFD, based on window size, etc. Driver should init
* this bit to "1" for aggregation mode, or "0" for non-agg.
* 4-1: Tx FIFO to use (range 0-7).
* 0: Queue is active (1), not active (0).
* Other bits should be written as "0"
*
* NOTE: If enabling Scheduler-ACK mode, chain mode should also be enabled
* via SCD_QUEUECHAIN_SEL.
*/
#define SCD_QUEUE_STATUS_BITS(x) (SCD_START_OFFSET + 0x104 + (x) * 4)
/* Bit field positions */
#define SCD_QUEUE_STTS_REG_POS_ACTIVE (0)
#define SCD_QUEUE_STTS_REG_POS_TXF (1)
#define SCD_QUEUE_STTS_REG_POS_WSL (5)
#define SCD_QUEUE_STTS_REG_POS_SCD_ACK (8)
/* Write masks */
#define SCD_QUEUE_STTS_REG_POS_SCD_ACT_EN (10)
#define SCD_QUEUE_STTS_REG_MSK (0x0007FC00)
/**
* 4965 internal SRAM structures for scheduler, shared with driver ...
*
* Driver should clear and initialize the following areas after receiving
* "Alive" response from 4965 uCode, i.e. after initial
* uCode load, or after a uCode load done for error recovery:
*
* SCD_CONTEXT_DATA_OFFSET (size 128 bytes)
* SCD_TX_STTS_BITMAP_OFFSET (size 256 bytes)
* SCD_TRANSLATE_TBL_OFFSET (size 32 bytes)
*
* Driver accesses SRAM via HBUS_TARG_MEM_* registers.
* Driver reads base address of this scheduler area from SCD_SRAM_BASE_ADDR.
* All OFFSET values must be added to this base address.
*/
/*
* Queue context. One 8-byte entry for each of 16 queues.
*
* Driver should clear this entire area (size 0x80) to 0 after receiving
* "Alive" notification from uCode. Additionally, driver should init
* each queue's entry as follows:
*
* LS Dword bit fields:
* 0-06: Max Tx window size for Scheduler-ACK. Driver should init to 64.
*
* MS Dword bit fields:
* 16-22: Frame limit. Driver should init to 10 (0xa).
*
* Driver should init all other bits to 0.
*
* Init must be done after driver receives "Alive" response from 4965 uCode,
* and when setting up queue for aggregation.
*/
#define SCD_CONTEXT_DATA_OFFSET 0x380
#define SCD_CONTEXT_QUEUE_OFFSET(x) (SCD_CONTEXT_DATA_OFFSET + ((x) * 8))
#define SCD_QUEUE_CTX_REG1_WIN_SIZE_POS (0)
#define SCD_QUEUE_CTX_REG1_WIN_SIZE_MSK (0x0000007F)
#define SCD_QUEUE_CTX_REG2_FRAME_LIMIT_POS (16)
#define SCD_QUEUE_CTX_REG2_FRAME_LIMIT_MSK (0x007F0000)
/*
* Tx Status Bitmap
*
* Driver should clear this entire area (size 0x100) to 0 after receiving
* "Alive" notification from uCode. Area is used only by device itself;
* no other support (besides clearing) is required from driver.
*/
#define SCD_TX_STTS_BITMAP_OFFSET 0x400
/*
* RAxTID to queue translation mapping.
*
* When queue is in Scheduler-ACK mode, frames placed in a that queue must be
* for only one combination of receiver address (RA) and traffic ID (TID), i.e.
* one QOS priority level destined for one station (for this wireless link,
* not final destination). The SCD_TRANSLATE_TABLE area provides 16 16-bit
* mappings, one for each of the 16 queues. If queue is not in Scheduler-ACK
* mode, the device ignores the mapping value.
*
* Bit fields, for each 16-bit map:
* 15-9: Reserved, set to 0
* 8-4: Index into device's station table for recipient station
* 3-0: Traffic ID (tid), range 0-15
*
* Driver should clear this entire area (size 32 bytes) to 0 after receiving
* "Alive" notification from uCode. To update a 16-bit map value, driver
* must read a dword-aligned value from device SRAM, replace the 16-bit map
* value of interest, and write the dword value back into device SRAM.
*/
#define SCD_TRANSLATE_TBL_OFFSET 0x500
/* Find translation table dword to read/write for given queue */
#define SCD_TRANSLATE_TBL_OFFSET_QUEUE(x) \
((SCD_TRANSLATE_TBL_OFFSET + ((x) * 2)) & 0xfffffffc)
#define SCD_TXFIFO_POS_TID (0)
#define SCD_TXFIFO_POS_RA (4)
#define SCD_QUEUE_RA_TID_MAP_RATID_MSK (0x01FF)
/*********************** END TX SCHEDULER *************************************/
static inline u8 iwl4965_hw_get_rate(__le32 rate_n_flags)
{
return le32_to_cpu(rate_n_flags) & 0xFF;
......@@ -1386,11 +1106,11 @@ static inline __le32 iwl4965_hw_set_rate_n_flags(u8 rate, u16 flags)
* up to 7 DMA channels (FIFOs). Each Tx queue is supported by a circular array
* in DRAM containing 256 Transmit Frame Descriptors (TFDs).
*/
#define IWL4965_MAX_WIN_SIZE 64
#define IWL4965_QUEUE_SIZE 256
#define IWL4965_NUM_FIFOS 7
#define IWL4965_MAX_NUM_QUEUES 16
#define IWL49_MAX_WIN_SIZE 64
#define IWL49_QUEUE_SIZE 256
#define IWL49_NUM_FIFOS 7
#define IWL49_CMD_FIFO_NUM 4
#define IWL49_NUM_QUEUES 16
/**
* struct iwl4965_tfd_frame_data
......@@ -1521,10 +1241,10 @@ struct iwl4965_queue_byte_cnt_entry {
* 4965 assumes tables are separated by 1024 bytes.
*/
struct iwl4965_sched_queue_byte_cnt_tbl {
struct iwl4965_queue_byte_cnt_entry tfd_offset[IWL4965_QUEUE_SIZE +
IWL4965_MAX_WIN_SIZE];
struct iwl4965_queue_byte_cnt_entry tfd_offset[IWL49_QUEUE_SIZE +
IWL49_MAX_WIN_SIZE];
u8 dont_care[1024 -
(IWL4965_QUEUE_SIZE + IWL4965_MAX_WIN_SIZE) *
(IWL49_QUEUE_SIZE + IWL49_MAX_WIN_SIZE) *
sizeof(__le16)];
} __attribute__ ((packed));
......@@ -1554,7 +1274,7 @@ struct iwl4965_sched_queue_byte_cnt_tbl {
*/
struct iwl4965_shared {
struct iwl4965_sched_queue_byte_cnt_tbl
queues_byte_cnt_tbls[IWL4965_MAX_NUM_QUEUES];
queues_byte_cnt_tbls[IWL49_NUM_QUEUES];
__le32 rb_closed;
/* __le32 rb_closed_stts_rb_num:12; */
......
......@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@
/* module parameters */
static struct iwl_mod_params iwl4965_mod_params = {
.num_of_queues = IWL4965_MAX_NUM_QUEUES,
.num_of_queues = IWL49_NUM_QUEUES,
.enable_qos = 1,
.amsdu_size_8K = 1,
/* the rest are 0 by default */
......@@ -1164,11 +1164,11 @@ static void iwl4965_tx_queue_set_status(struct iwl_priv *priv,
/* Set up and activate */
iwl_write_prph(priv, IWL49_SCD_QUEUE_STATUS_BITS(txq_id),
(active << SCD_QUEUE_STTS_REG_POS_ACTIVE) |
(tx_fifo_id << SCD_QUEUE_STTS_REG_POS_TXF) |
(scd_retry << SCD_QUEUE_STTS_REG_POS_WSL) |
(scd_retry << SCD_QUEUE_STTS_REG_POS_SCD_ACK) |
SCD_QUEUE_STTS_REG_MSK);
(active << IWL49_SCD_QUEUE_STTS_REG_POS_ACTIVE) |
(tx_fifo_id << IWL49_SCD_QUEUE_STTS_REG_POS_TXF) |
(scd_retry << IWL49_SCD_QUEUE_STTS_REG_POS_WSL) |
(scd_retry << IWL49_SCD_QUEUE_STTS_REG_POS_SCD_ACK) |
IWL49_SCD_QUEUE_STTS_REG_MSK);
txq->sched_retry = scd_retry;
......@@ -1182,7 +1182,7 @@ static const u16 default_queue_to_tx_fifo[] = {
IWL_TX_FIFO_AC2,
IWL_TX_FIFO_AC1,
IWL_TX_FIFO_AC0,
IWL_CMD_FIFO_NUM,
IWL49_CMD_FIFO_NUM,
IWL_TX_FIFO_HCCA_1,
IWL_TX_FIFO_HCCA_2
};
......@@ -1223,10 +1223,10 @@ int iwl4965_alive_notify(struct iwl_priv *priv)
/* Clear 4965's internal Tx Scheduler data base */
priv->scd_base_addr = iwl_read_prph(priv, IWL49_SCD_SRAM_BASE_ADDR);
a = priv->scd_base_addr + SCD_CONTEXT_DATA_OFFSET;
for (; a < priv->scd_base_addr + SCD_TX_STTS_BITMAP_OFFSET; a += 4)
a = priv->scd_base_addr + IWL49_SCD_CONTEXT_DATA_OFFSET;
for (; a < priv->scd_base_addr + IWL49_SCD_TX_STTS_BITMAP_OFFSET; a += 4)
iwl_write_targ_mem(priv, a, 0);
for (; a < priv->scd_base_addr + SCD_TRANSLATE_TBL_OFFSET; a += 4)
for (; a < priv->scd_base_addr + IWL49_SCD_TRANSLATE_TBL_OFFSET; a += 4)
iwl_write_targ_mem(priv, a, 0);
for (; a < sizeof(u16) * priv->hw_params.max_txq_num; a += 4)
iwl_write_targ_mem(priv, a, 0);
......@@ -1248,18 +1248,18 @@ int iwl4965_alive_notify(struct iwl_priv *priv)
/* Max Tx Window size for Scheduler-ACK mode */
iwl_write_targ_mem(priv, priv->scd_base_addr +
SCD_CONTEXT_QUEUE_OFFSET(i),
(SCD_WIN_SIZE <<
SCD_QUEUE_CTX_REG1_WIN_SIZE_POS) &
SCD_QUEUE_CTX_REG1_WIN_SIZE_MSK);
IWL49_SCD_CONTEXT_QUEUE_OFFSET(i),
(SCD_WIN_SIZE <<
IWL49_SCD_QUEUE_CTX_REG1_WIN_SIZE_POS) &
IWL49_SCD_QUEUE_CTX_REG1_WIN_SIZE_MSK);
/* Frame limit */
iwl_write_targ_mem(priv, priv->scd_base_addr +
SCD_CONTEXT_QUEUE_OFFSET(i) +
sizeof(u32),
(SCD_FRAME_LIMIT <<
SCD_QUEUE_CTX_REG2_FRAME_LIMIT_POS) &
SCD_QUEUE_CTX_REG2_FRAME_LIMIT_MSK);
IWL49_SCD_CONTEXT_QUEUE_OFFSET(i) +
sizeof(u32),
(SCD_FRAME_LIMIT <<
IWL49_SCD_QUEUE_CTX_REG2_FRAME_LIMIT_POS) &
IWL49_SCD_QUEUE_CTX_REG2_FRAME_LIMIT_MSK);
}
iwl_write_prph(priv, IWL49_SCD_INTERRUPT_MASK,
......@@ -1320,10 +1320,10 @@ static struct iwl_sensitivity_ranges iwl4965_sensitivity = {
int iwl4965_hw_set_hw_params(struct iwl_priv *priv)
{
if ((priv->cfg->mod_params->num_of_queues > IWL4965_MAX_NUM_QUEUES) ||
if ((priv->cfg->mod_params->num_of_queues > IWL49_NUM_QUEUES) ||
(priv->cfg->mod_params->num_of_queues < IWL_MIN_NUM_QUEUES)) {
IWL_ERROR("invalid queues_num, should be between %d and %d\n",
IWL_MIN_NUM_QUEUES, IWL4965_MAX_NUM_QUEUES);
IWL_MIN_NUM_QUEUES, IWL49_NUM_QUEUES);
return -EINVAL;
}
......@@ -2520,9 +2520,9 @@ static void iwl4965_txq_update_byte_cnt_tbl(struct iwl_priv *priv,
tfd_offset[txq->q.write_ptr], byte_cnt, len);
/* If within first 64 entries, duplicate at end */
if (txq->q.write_ptr < IWL4965_MAX_WIN_SIZE)
if (txq->q.write_ptr < IWL49_MAX_WIN_SIZE)
IWL_SET_BITS16(shared_data->queues_byte_cnt_tbls[txq_id].
tfd_offset[IWL4965_QUEUE_SIZE + txq->q.write_ptr],
tfd_offset[IWL49_QUEUE_SIZE + txq->q.write_ptr],
byte_cnt, len);
}
......@@ -3646,8 +3646,8 @@ static void iwl4965_tx_queue_stop_scheduler(struct iwl_priv *priv,
* the SCD_ACT_EN bit is the write-enable mask for the ACTIVE bit. */
iwl_write_prph(priv,
IWL49_SCD_QUEUE_STATUS_BITS(txq_id),
(0 << SCD_QUEUE_STTS_REG_POS_ACTIVE)|
(1 << SCD_QUEUE_STTS_REG_POS_SCD_ACT_EN));
(0 << IWL49_SCD_QUEUE_STTS_REG_POS_ACTIVE)|
(1 << IWL49_SCD_QUEUE_STTS_REG_POS_SCD_ACT_EN));
}
/**
......@@ -3812,10 +3812,10 @@ static int iwl4965_tx_queue_set_q2ratid(struct iwl_priv *priv, u16 ra_tid,
u32 tbl_dw;
u16 scd_q2ratid;
scd_q2ratid = ra_tid & SCD_QUEUE_RA_TID_MAP_RATID_MSK;
scd_q2ratid = ra_tid & IWL49_SCD_QUEUE_RA_TID_MAP_RATID_MSK;
tbl_dw_addr = priv->scd_base_addr +
SCD_TRANSLATE_TBL_OFFSET_QUEUE(txq_id);
IWL49_SCD_TRANSLATE_TBL_OFFSET_QUEUE(txq_id);
tbl_dw = iwl_read_targ_mem(priv, tbl_dw_addr);
......@@ -3877,14 +3877,14 @@ static int iwl4965_tx_queue_agg_enable(struct iwl_priv *priv, int txq_id,
/* Set up Tx window size and frame limit for this queue */
iwl_write_targ_mem(priv,
priv->scd_base_addr + SCD_CONTEXT_QUEUE_OFFSET(txq_id),
(SCD_WIN_SIZE << SCD_QUEUE_CTX_REG1_WIN_SIZE_POS) &
SCD_QUEUE_CTX_REG1_WIN_SIZE_MSK);
priv->scd_base_addr + IWL49_SCD_CONTEXT_QUEUE_OFFSET(txq_id),
(SCD_WIN_SIZE << IWL49_SCD_QUEUE_CTX_REG1_WIN_SIZE_POS) &
IWL49_SCD_QUEUE_CTX_REG1_WIN_SIZE_MSK);
iwl_write_targ_mem(priv, priv->scd_base_addr +
SCD_CONTEXT_QUEUE_OFFSET(txq_id) + sizeof(u32),
(SCD_FRAME_LIMIT << SCD_QUEUE_CTX_REG2_FRAME_LIMIT_POS)
& SCD_QUEUE_CTX_REG2_FRAME_LIMIT_MSK);
IWL49_SCD_CONTEXT_QUEUE_OFFSET(txq_id) + sizeof(u32),
(SCD_FRAME_LIMIT << IWL49_SCD_QUEUE_CTX_REG2_FRAME_LIMIT_POS)
& IWL49_SCD_QUEUE_CTX_REG2_FRAME_LIMIT_MSK);
iwl_set_bits_prph(priv, IWL49_SCD_INTERRUPT_MASK, (1 << txq_id));
......
......@@ -239,40 +239,284 @@
#define ALM_SCD_SBYP_MODE_1_REG (ALM_SCD_BASE + 0x02C)
#define ALM_SCD_SBYP_MODE_2_REG (ALM_SCD_BASE + 0x030)
/**
* Tx Scheduler
*
* The Tx Scheduler selects the next frame to be transmitted, chosing TFDs
* (Transmit Frame Descriptors) from up to 16 circular Tx queues resident in
* host DRAM. It steers each frame's Tx command (which contains the frame
* data) into one of up to 7 prioritized Tx DMA FIFO channels within the
* device. A queue maps to only one (selectable by driver) Tx DMA channel,
* but one DMA channel may take input from several queues.
*
* Tx DMA channels have dedicated purposes. For 4965, they are used as follows:
*
* 0 -- EDCA BK (background) frames, lowest priority
* 1 -- EDCA BE (best effort) frames, normal priority
* 2 -- EDCA VI (video) frames, higher priority
* 3 -- EDCA VO (voice) and management frames, highest priority
* 4 -- Commands (e.g. RXON, etc.)
* 5 -- HCCA short frames
* 6 -- HCCA long frames
* 7 -- not used by driver (device-internal only)
*
* Driver should normally map queues 0-6 to Tx DMA/FIFO channels 0-6.
* In addition, driver can map queues 7-15 to Tx DMA/FIFO channels 0-3 to
* support 11n aggregation via EDCA DMA channels.
*
* The driver sets up each queue to work in one of two modes:
*
* 1) Scheduler-Ack, in which the scheduler automatically supports a
* block-ack (BA) window of up to 64 TFDs. In this mode, each queue
* contains TFDs for a unique combination of Recipient Address (RA)
* and Traffic Identifier (TID), that is, traffic of a given
* Quality-Of-Service (QOS) priority, destined for a single station.
*
* In scheduler-ack mode, the scheduler keeps track of the Tx status of
* each frame within the BA window, including whether it's been transmitted,
* and whether it's been acknowledged by the receiving station. The device
* automatically processes block-acks received from the receiving STA,
* and reschedules un-acked frames to be retransmitted (successful
* Tx completion may end up being out-of-order).
*
* The driver must maintain the queue's Byte Count table in host DRAM
* (struct iwl4965_sched_queue_byte_cnt_tbl) for this mode.
* This mode does not support fragmentation.
*
* 2) FIFO (a.k.a. non-Scheduler-ACK), in which each TFD is processed in order.
* The device may automatically retry Tx, but will retry only one frame
* at a time, until receiving ACK from receiving station, or reaching
* retry limit and giving up.
*
* The command queue (#4) must use this mode!
* This mode does not require use of the Byte Count table in host DRAM.
*
* Driver controls scheduler operation via 3 means:
* 1) Scheduler registers
* 2) Shared scheduler data base in internal 4956 SRAM
* 3) Shared data in host DRAM
*
* Initialization:
*
* When loading, driver should allocate memory for:
* 1) 16 TFD circular buffers, each with space for (typically) 256 TFDs.
* 2) 16 Byte Count circular buffers in 16 KBytes contiguous memory
* (1024 bytes for each queue).
*
* After receiving "Alive" response from uCode, driver must initialize
* the scheduler (especially for queue #4, the command queue, otherwise
* the driver can't issue commands!):
*/
/**
* Max Tx window size is the max number of contiguous TFDs that the scheduler
* can keep track of at one time when creating block-ack chains of frames.
* Note that "64" matches the number of ack bits in a block-ack packet.
* Driver should use SCD_WIN_SIZE and SCD_FRAME_LIMIT values to initialize
* IWL49_SCD_CONTEXT_QUEUE_OFFSET(x) values.
*/
#define SCD_WIN_SIZE 64
#define SCD_FRAME_LIMIT 64
/* SCD registers are internal, must be accessed via HBUS_TARG_PRPH regs */
#define IWL49_SCD_START_OFFSET 0xa02c00
/*
* 4965 tells driver SRAM address for internal scheduler structs via this reg.
* Value is valid only after "Alive" response from uCode.
*/
#define IWL49_SCD_SRAM_BASE_ADDR (IWL49_SCD_START_OFFSET + 0x0)
/*
* Driver may need to update queue-empty bits after changing queue's
* write and read pointers (indexes) during (re-)initialization (i.e. when
* scheduler is not tracking what's happening).
* Bit fields:
* 31-16: Write mask -- 1: update empty bit, 0: don't change empty bit
* 15-00: Empty state, one for each queue -- 1: empty, 0: non-empty
* NOTE: This register is not used by Linux driver.
*/
#define IWL49_SCD_EMPTY_BITS (IWL49_SCD_START_OFFSET + 0x4)
/*
* Physical base address of array of byte count (BC) circular buffers (CBs).
* Each Tx queue has a BC CB in host DRAM to support Scheduler-ACK mode.
* This register points to BC CB for queue 0, must be on 1024-byte boundary.
* Others are spaced by 1024 bytes.
* Each BC CB is 2 bytes * (256 + 64) = 740 bytes, followed by 384 bytes pad.
* (Index into a queue's BC CB) = (index into queue's TFD CB) = (SSN & 0xff).
* Bit fields:
* 25-00: Byte Count CB physical address [35:10], must be 1024-byte aligned.
*/
#define IWL49_SCD_DRAM_BASE_ADDR (IWL49_SCD_START_OFFSET + 0x10)
/*
* Enables any/all Tx DMA/FIFO channels.
* Scheduler generates requests for only the active channels.
* Set this to 0xff to enable all 8 channels (normal usage).
* Bit fields:
* 7- 0: Enable (1), disable (0), one bit for each channel 0-7
*/
#define IWL49_SCD_TXFACT (IWL49_SCD_START_OFFSET + 0x1c)
/* Mask to enable contiguous Tx DMA/FIFO channels between "lo" and "hi". */
#define SCD_TXFACT_REG_TXFIFO_MASK(lo, hi) \
((1 << (hi)) | ((1 << (hi)) - (1 << (lo))))
/*
* Queue (x) Write Pointers (indexes, really!), one for each Tx queue.
* Initialized and updated by driver as new TFDs are added to queue.
* NOTE: If using Block Ack, index must correspond to frame's
* Start Sequence Number; index = (SSN & 0xff)
* NOTE: Alternative to HBUS_TARG_WRPTR, which is what Linux driver uses?
*/
#define IWL49_SCD_QUEUE_WRPTR(x) (IWL49_SCD_START_OFFSET + 0x24 + (x) * 4)
/*
* Queue (x) Read Pointers (indexes, really!), one for each Tx queue.
* For FIFO mode, index indicates next frame to transmit.
* For Scheduler-ACK mode, index indicates first frame in Tx window.
* Initialized by driver, updated by scheduler.
*/
#define IWL49_SCD_QUEUE_RDPTR(x) (IWL49_SCD_START_OFFSET + 0x64 + (x) * 4)
/*
* Select which queues work in chain mode (1) vs. not (0).
* Use chain mode to build chains of aggregated frames.