Commit 9eeda9ab authored by David S. Miller's avatar David S. Miller
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Merge branch 'master' of master.kernel.org:/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/davem/net-2.6

Conflicts:

	drivers/net/wireless/ath5k/base.c
	net/8021q/vlan_core.c
parents 61c9eaf9 4bab0ea1
......@@ -21,11 +21,14 @@ This driver is known to work with the following cards:
* SA E200
* SA E200i
* SA E500
* SA P700m
* SA P212
* SA P410
* SA P410i
* SA P411
* SA P812
* SA P712m
* SA P711m
Detecting drive failures:
-------------------------
......
......@@ -213,4 +213,29 @@ TkRat (GUI)
Works. Use "Insert file..." or external editor.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Gmail (Web GUI)
If you just have to use Gmail to send patches, it CAN be made to work. It
requires a bit of external help, though.
The first problem is that Gmail converts tabs to spaces. This will
totally break your patches. To prevent this, you have to use a different
editor. There is a firefox extension called "ViewSourceWith"
(https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/394) which allows you to
edit any text box in the editor of your choice. Configure it to launch
your favorite editor. When you want to send a patch, use this technique.
Once you have crafted your messsage + patch, save and exit the editor,
which should reload the Gmail edit box. GMAIL WILL PRESERVE THE TABS.
Hoorah. Apparently you can cut-n-paste literal tabs, but Gmail will
convert those to spaces upon sending!
The second problem is that Gmail converts tabs to spaces on replies. If
you reply to a patch, don't expect to be able to apply it as a patch.
The last problem is that Gmail will base64-encode any message that has a
non-ASCII character. That includes things like European names. Be aware.
Gmail is not convenient for lkml patches, but CAN be made to work.
###
......@@ -8,6 +8,12 @@ if you want to format from within Linux.
VFAT MOUNT OPTIONS
----------------------------------------------------------------------
uid=### -- Set the owner of all files on this filesystem.
The default is the uid of current process.
gid=### -- Set the group of all files on this filesystem.
The default is the gid of current process.
umask=### -- The permission mask (for files and directories, see umask(1)).
The default is the umask of current process.
......@@ -36,7 +42,7 @@ codepage=### -- Sets the codepage number for converting to shortname
characters on FAT filesystem.
By default, FAT_DEFAULT_CODEPAGE setting is used.
iocharset=name -- Character set to use for converting between the
iocharset=<name> -- Character set to use for converting between the
encoding is used for user visible filename and 16 bit
Unicode characters. Long filenames are stored on disk
in Unicode format, but Unix for the most part doesn't
......@@ -86,6 +92,8 @@ check=s|r|n -- Case sensitivity checking setting.
r: relaxed, case insensitive
n: normal, default setting, currently case insensitive
nocase -- This was deprecated for vfat. Use shortname=win95 instead.
shortname=lower|win95|winnt|mixed
-- Shortname display/create setting.
lower: convert to lowercase for display,
......@@ -99,11 +107,31 @@ shortname=lower|win95|winnt|mixed
tz=UTC -- Interpret timestamps as UTC rather than local time.
This option disables the conversion of timestamps
between local time (as used by Windows on FAT) and UTC
(which Linux uses internally). This is particuluarly
(which Linux uses internally). This is particularly
useful when mounting devices (like digital cameras)
that are set to UTC in order to avoid the pitfalls of
local time.
showexec -- If set, the execute permission bits of the file will be
allowed only if the extension part of the name is .EXE,
.COM, or .BAT. Not set by default.
debug -- Can be set, but unused by the current implementation.
sys_immutable -- If set, ATTR_SYS attribute on FAT is handled as
IMMUTABLE flag on Linux. Not set by default.
flush -- If set, the filesystem will try to flush to disk more
early than normal. Not set by default.
rodir -- FAT has the ATTR_RO (read-only) attribute. But on Windows,
the ATTR_RO of the directory will be just ignored actually,
and is used by only applications as flag. E.g. it's setted
for the customized folder.
If you want to use ATTR_RO as read-only flag even for
the directory, set this option.
<bool>: 0,1,yes,no,true,false
TODO
......
The io_mapping functions in linux/io-mapping.h provide an abstraction for
efficiently mapping small regions of an I/O device to the CPU. The initial
usage is to support the large graphics aperture on 32-bit processors where
ioremap_wc cannot be used to statically map the entire aperture to the CPU
as it would consume too much of the kernel address space.
A mapping object is created during driver initialization using
struct io_mapping *io_mapping_create_wc(unsigned long base,
unsigned long size)
'base' is the bus address of the region to be made
mappable, while 'size' indicates how large a mapping region to
enable. Both are in bytes.
This _wc variant provides a mapping which may only be used
with the io_mapping_map_atomic_wc or io_mapping_map_wc.
With this mapping object, individual pages can be mapped either atomically
or not, depending on the necessary scheduling environment. Of course, atomic
maps are more efficient:
void *io_mapping_map_atomic_wc(struct io_mapping *mapping,
unsigned long offset)
'offset' is the offset within the defined mapping region.
Accessing addresses beyond the region specified in the
creation function yields undefined results. Using an offset
which is not page aligned yields an undefined result. The
return value points to a single page in CPU address space.
This _wc variant returns a write-combining map to the
page and may only be used with mappings created by
io_mapping_create_wc
Note that the task may not sleep while holding this page
mapped.
void io_mapping_unmap_atomic(void *vaddr)
'vaddr' must be the the value returned by the last
io_mapping_map_atomic_wc call. This unmaps the specified
page and allows the task to sleep once again.
If you need to sleep while holding the lock, you can use the non-atomic
variant, although they may be significantly slower.
void *io_mapping_map_wc(struct io_mapping *mapping,
unsigned long offset)
This works like io_mapping_map_atomic_wc except it allows
the task to sleep while holding the page mapped.
void io_mapping_unmap(void *vaddr)
This works like io_mapping_unmap_atomic, except it is used
for pages mapped with io_mapping_map_wc.
At driver close time, the io_mapping object must be freed:
void io_mapping_free(struct io_mapping *mapping)
Current Implementation:
The initial implementation of these functions uses existing mapping
mechanisms and so provides only an abstraction layer and no new
functionality.
On 64-bit processors, io_mapping_create_wc calls ioremap_wc for the whole
range, creating a permanent kernel-visible mapping to the resource. The
map_atomic and map functions add the requested offset to the base of the
virtual address returned by ioremap_wc.
On 32-bit processors with HIGHMEM defined, io_mapping_map_atomic_wc uses
kmap_atomic_pfn to map the specified page in an atomic fashion;
kmap_atomic_pfn isn't really supposed to be used with device pages, but it
provides an efficient mapping for this usage.
On 32-bit processors without HIGHMEM defined, io_mapping_map_atomic_wc and
io_mapping_map_wc both use ioremap_wc, a terribly inefficient function which
performs an IPI to inform all processors about the new mapping. This results
in a significant performance penalty.
......@@ -995,13 +995,15 @@ and is between 256 and 4096 characters. It is defined in the file
Format:
<cpu number>,...,<cpu number>
or
<cpu number>-<cpu number> (must be a positive range in ascending order)
<cpu number>-<cpu number>
(must be a positive range in ascending order)
or a mixture
<cpu number>,...,<cpu number>-<cpu number>
This option can be used to specify one or more CPUs
to isolate from the general SMP balancing and scheduling
algorithms. The only way to move a process onto or off
an "isolated" CPU is via the CPU affinity syscalls.
algorithms. You can move a process onto or off an
"isolated" CPU via the CPU affinity syscalls or cpuset.
<cpu number> begins at 0 and the maximum value is
"number of CPUs in system - 1".
......@@ -1470,8 +1472,6 @@ and is between 256 and 4096 characters. It is defined in the file
Valid arguments: on, off
Default: on
noirqbalance [X86-32,SMP,KNL] Disable kernel irq balancing
noirqdebug [X86-32] Disables the code which attempts to detect and
disable unhandled interrupt sources.
......
......@@ -47,9 +47,7 @@ Next, for companion chips:
`-- sh
`-- cchips
`-- hd6446x
|-- hd64461
| `-- cchip-specific files
`-- hd64465
`-- hd64461
`-- cchip-specific files
... and so on. Headers for the companion chips are treated the same way as
......
......@@ -721,7 +721,7 @@ W: http://sourceforge.net/projects/acpi4asus
W: http://xf.iksaif.net/acpi4asus
S: Maintained
ASYNCHRONOUS TRANSFERS/TRANSFORMS API
ASYNCHRONOUS TRANSFERS/TRANSFORMS (IOAT) API
P: Dan Williams
M: dan.j.williams@intel.com
P: Maciej Sosnowski
......
VERSION = 2
PATCHLEVEL = 6
SUBLEVEL = 28
EXTRAVERSION = -rc2
EXTRAVERSION = -rc3
NAME = Killer Bat of Doom
# *DOCUMENTATION*
......
......@@ -44,10 +44,10 @@
* The module space lives between the addresses given by TASK_SIZE
* and PAGE_OFFSET - it must be within 32MB of the kernel text.
*/
#define MODULE_END (PAGE_OFFSET)
#define MODULE_START (MODULE_END - 16*1048576)
#define MODULES_END (PAGE_OFFSET)
#define MODULES_VADDR (MODULES_END - 16*1048576)
#if TASK_SIZE > MODULE_START
#if TASK_SIZE > MODULES_VADDR
#error Top of user space clashes with start of module space
#endif
......@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@
* Since we use sections to map it, this macro replaces the physical address
* with its virtual address while keeping offset from the base section.
*/
#define XIP_VIRT_ADDR(physaddr) (MODULE_START + ((physaddr) & 0x000fffff))
#define XIP_VIRT_ADDR(physaddr) (MODULES_VADDR + ((physaddr) & 0x000fffff))
/*
* Allow 16MB-aligned ioremap pages
......@@ -94,8 +94,8 @@
/*
* The module can be at any place in ram in nommu mode.
*/
#define MODULE_END (END_MEM)
#define MODULE_START (PHYS_OFFSET)
#define MODULES_END (END_MEM)
#define MODULES_VADDR (PHYS_OFFSET)
#endif /* !CONFIG_MMU */
......
......@@ -42,6 +42,10 @@
#define CR_U (1 << 22) /* Unaligned access operation */
#define CR_XP (1 << 23) /* Extended page tables */
#define CR_VE (1 << 24) /* Vectored interrupts */
#define CR_EE (1 << 25) /* Exception (Big) Endian */
#define CR_TRE (1 << 28) /* TEX remap enable */
#define CR_AFE (1 << 29) /* Access flag enable */
#define CR_TE (1 << 30) /* Thumb exception enable */
/*
* This is used to ensure the compiler did actually allocate the register we
......
......@@ -21,12 +21,16 @@ int elf_check_arch(const struct elf32_hdr *x)
eflags = x->e_flags;
if ((eflags & EF_ARM_EABI_MASK) == EF_ARM_EABI_UNKNOWN) {
unsigned int flt_fmt;
/* APCS26 is only allowed if the CPU supports it */
if ((eflags & EF_ARM_APCS_26) && !(elf_hwcap & HWCAP_26BIT))
return 0;
flt_fmt = eflags & (EF_ARM_VFP_FLOAT | EF_ARM_SOFT_FLOAT);
/* VFP requires the supporting code */
if ((eflags & EF_ARM_VFP_FLOAT) && !(elf_hwcap & HWCAP_VFP))
if (flt_fmt == EF_ARM_VFP_FLOAT && !(elf_hwcap & HWCAP_VFP))
return 0;
}
return 1;
......
......@@ -26,12 +26,12 @@
/*
* The XIP kernel text is mapped in the module area for modules and
* some other stuff to work without any indirect relocations.
* MODULE_START is redefined here and not in asm/memory.h to avoid
* MODULES_VADDR is redefined here and not in asm/memory.h to avoid
* recompiling the whole kernel when CONFIG_XIP_KERNEL is turned on/off.
*/
extern void _etext;
#undef MODULE_START
#define MODULE_START (((unsigned long)&_etext + ~PGDIR_MASK) & PGDIR_MASK)
#undef MODULES_VADDR
#define MODULES_VADDR (((unsigned long)&_etext + ~PGDIR_MASK) & PGDIR_MASK)
#endif
#ifdef CONFIG_MMU
......@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ void *module_alloc(unsigned long size)
if (!size)
return NULL;
area = __get_vm_area(size, VM_ALLOC, MODULE_START, MODULE_END);
area = __get_vm_area(size, VM_ALLOC, MODULES_VADDR, MODULES_END);
if (!area)
return NULL;
......
......@@ -429,18 +429,16 @@ void __init gpmc_init(void)
gpmc_l3_clk = clk_get(NULL, ck);
if (IS_ERR(gpmc_l3_clk)) {
printk(KERN_ERR "Could not get GPMC clock %s\n", ck);
return -ENODEV;
BUG();
}
gpmc_base = ioremap(l, SZ_4K);
if (!gpmc_base) {
clk_put(gpmc_l3_clk);
printk(KERN_ERR "Could not get GPMC register memory\n");
return -ENOMEM;
BUG();
}
BUG_ON(IS_ERR(gpmc_l3_clk));
l = gpmc_read_reg(GPMC_REVISION);
printk(KERN_INFO "GPMC revision %d.%d\n", (l >> 4) & 0x0f, l & 0x0f);
/* Set smart idle mode and automatic L3 clock gating */
......
......@@ -98,7 +98,7 @@ static void xsc3_l2_inv_range(unsigned long start, unsigned long end)
/*
* Clean and invalidate partial last cache line.
*/
if (end & (CACHE_LINE_SIZE - 1)) {
if (start < end && (end & (CACHE_LINE_SIZE - 1))) {
xsc3_l2_clean_pa(end & ~(CACHE_LINE_SIZE - 1));
xsc3_l2_inv_pa(end & ~(CACHE_LINE_SIZE - 1));
end &= ~(CACHE_LINE_SIZE - 1);
......@@ -107,7 +107,7 @@ static void xsc3_l2_inv_range(unsigned long start, unsigned long end)
/*
* Invalidate all full cache lines between 'start' and 'end'.
*/
while (start != end) {
while (start < end) {
xsc3_l2_inv_pa(start);
start += CACHE_LINE_SIZE;
}
......
......@@ -180,20 +180,20 @@ void adjust_cr(unsigned long mask, unsigned long set)
#endif
#define PROT_PTE_DEVICE L_PTE_PRESENT|L_PTE_YOUNG|L_PTE_DIRTY|L_PTE_WRITE
#define PROT_SECT_DEVICE PMD_TYPE_SECT|PMD_SECT_XN|PMD_SECT_AP_WRITE
#define PROT_SECT_DEVICE PMD_TYPE_SECT|PMD_SECT_AP_WRITE
static struct mem_type mem_types[] = {
[MT_DEVICE] = { /* Strongly ordered / ARMv6 shared device */
.prot_pte = PROT_PTE_DEVICE | L_PTE_MT_DEV_SHARED |
L_PTE_SHARED,
.prot_l1 = PMD_TYPE_TABLE,
.prot_sect = PROT_SECT_DEVICE | PMD_SECT_UNCACHED,
.prot_sect = PROT_SECT_DEVICE | PMD_SECT_S,
.domain = DOMAIN_IO,
},
[MT_DEVICE_NONSHARED] = { /* ARMv6 non-shared device */
.prot_pte = PROT_PTE_DEVICE | L_PTE_MT_DEV_NONSHARED,
.prot_l1 = PMD_TYPE_TABLE,
.prot_sect = PROT_SECT_DEVICE | PMD_SECT_TEX(2),
.prot_sect = PROT_SECT_DEVICE,
.domain = DOMAIN_IO,
},
[MT_DEVICE_CACHED] = { /* ioremap_cached */
......@@ -205,7 +205,7 @@ static struct mem_type mem_types[] = {
[MT_DEVICE_WC] = { /* ioremap_wc */
.prot_pte = PROT_PTE_DEVICE | L_PTE_MT_DEV_WC,
.prot_l1 = PMD_TYPE_TABLE,
.prot_sect = PROT_SECT_DEVICE | PMD_SECT_BUFFERABLE,
.prot_sect = PROT_SECT_DEVICE,
.domain = DOMAIN_IO,
},
[MT_CACHECLEAN] = {
......@@ -273,22 +273,23 @@ static void __init build_mem_type_table(void)
#endif
/*
* On non-Xscale3 ARMv5-and-older systems, use CB=01
* (Uncached/Buffered) for ioremap_wc() mappings. On XScale3
* and ARMv6+, use TEXCB=00100 mappings (Inner/Outer Uncacheable
* in xsc3 parlance, Uncached Normal in ARMv6 parlance).
* Strip out features not present on earlier architectures.
* Pre-ARMv5 CPUs don't have TEX bits. Pre-ARMv6 CPUs or those
* without extended page tables don't have the 'Shared' bit.
*/
if (cpu_is_xsc3() || cpu_arch >= CPU_ARCH_ARMv6) {
mem_types[MT_DEVICE_WC].prot_sect |= PMD_SECT_TEX(1);
mem_types[MT_DEVICE_WC].prot_sect &= ~PMD_SECT_BUFFERABLE;
}
if (cpu_arch < CPU_ARCH_ARMv5)
for (i = 0; i < ARRAY_SIZE(mem_types); i++)
mem_types[i].prot_sect &= ~PMD_SECT_TEX(7);
if ((cpu_arch < CPU_ARCH_ARMv6 || !(cr & CR_XP)) && !cpu_is_xsc3())
for (i = 0; i < ARRAY_SIZE(mem_types); i++)
mem_types[i].prot_sect &= ~PMD_SECT_S;
/*
* ARMv5 and lower, bit 4 must be set for page tables.
* (was: cache "update-able on write" bit on ARM610)
* However, Xscale cores require this bit to be cleared.
* ARMv5 and lower, bit 4 must be set for page tables (was: cache
* "update-able on write" bit on ARM610). However, Xscale and
* Xscale3 require this bit to be cleared.
*/
if (cpu_is_xscale()) {
if (cpu_is_xscale() || cpu_is_xsc3()) {
for (i = 0; i < ARRAY_SIZE(mem_types); i++) {
mem_types[i].prot_sect &= ~PMD_BIT4;
mem_types[i].prot_l1 &= ~PMD_BIT4;
......@@ -302,6 +303,64 @@ static void __init build_mem_type_table(void)
}
}
/*
* Mark the device areas according to the CPU/architecture.
*/
if (cpu_is_xsc3() || (cpu_arch >= CPU_ARCH_ARMv6 && (cr & CR_XP))) {
if (!cpu_is_xsc3()) {
/*
* Mark device regions on ARMv6+ as execute-never
* to prevent speculative instruction fetches.
*/
mem_types[MT_DEVICE].prot_sect |= PMD_SECT_XN;
mem_types[MT_DEVICE_NONSHARED].prot_sect |= PMD_SECT_XN;
mem_types[MT_DEVICE_CACHED].prot_sect |= PMD_SECT_XN;
mem_types[MT_DEVICE_WC].prot_sect |= PMD_SECT_XN;
}
if (cpu_arch >= CPU_ARCH_ARMv7 && (cr & CR_TRE)) {
/*
* For ARMv7 with TEX remapping,
* - shared device is SXCB=1100
* - nonshared device is SXCB=0100
* - write combine device mem is SXCB=0001
* (Uncached Normal memory)
*/
mem_types[MT_DEVICE].prot_sect |= PMD_SECT_TEX(1);
mem_types[MT_DEVICE_NONSHARED].prot_sect |= PMD_SECT_TEX(1);
mem_types[MT_DEVICE_WC].prot_sect |= PMD_SECT_BUFFERABLE;
} else if (cpu_is_xsc3()) {
/*
* For Xscale3,
* - shared device is TEXCB=00101
* - nonshared device is TEXCB=01000
* - write combine device mem is TEXCB=00100
* (Inner/Outer Uncacheable in xsc3 parlance)
*/
mem_types[MT_DEVICE].prot_sect |= PMD_SECT_TEX(1) | PMD_SECT_BUFFERED;
mem_types[MT_DEVICE_NONSHARED].prot_sect |= PMD_SECT_TEX(2);
mem_types[MT_DEVICE_WC].prot_sect |= PMD_SECT_TEX(1);
} else {
/*
* For ARMv6 and ARMv7 without TEX remapping,
* - shared device is TEXCB=00001
* - nonshared device is TEXCB=01000
* - write combine device mem is TEXCB=00100
* (Uncached Normal in ARMv6 parlance).
*/
mem_types[MT_DEVICE].prot_sect |= PMD_SECT_BUFFERED;
mem_types[MT_DEVICE_NONSHARED].prot_sect |= PMD_SECT_TEX(2);
mem_types[MT_DEVICE_WC].prot_sect |= PMD_SECT_TEX(1);
}
} else {
/*
* On others, write combining is "Uncached/Buffered"
*/
mem_types[MT_DEVICE_WC].prot_sect |= PMD_SECT_BUFFERABLE;
}
/*
* Now deal with the memory-type mappings
*/
cp = &cache_policies[cachepolicy];
vecs_pgprot = kern_pgprot = user_pgprot = cp->pte;
......@@ -317,12 +376,8 @@ static void __init build_mem_type_table(void)
* Enable CPU-specific coherency if supported.
* (Only available on XSC3 at the moment.)
*/
if (arch_is_coherent()) {
if (cpu_is_xsc3()) {
mem_types[MT_MEMORY].prot_sect |= PMD_SECT_S;
mem_types[MT_MEMORY].prot_pte |= L_PTE_SHARED;
}
}
if (arch_is_coherent() && cpu_is_xsc3())
mem_types[MT_MEMORY].prot_sect |= PMD_SECT_S;
/*
* ARMv6 and above have extended page tables.
......@@ -336,11 +391,6 @@ static void __init build_mem_type_table(void)
mem_types[MT_MINICLEAN].prot_sect |= PMD_SECT_APX|PMD_SECT_AP_WRITE;
mem_types[MT_CACHECLEAN].prot_sect |= PMD_SECT_APX|PMD_SECT_AP_WRITE;
/*
* Mark the device area as "shared device"
*/
mem_types[MT_DEVICE].prot_sect |= PMD_SECT_BUFFERED;
#ifdef CONFIG_SMP
/*
* Mark memory with the "shared" attribute for SMP systems
......@@ -360,9 +410,6 @@ static void __init build_mem_type_table(void)
mem_types[MT_LOW_VECTORS].prot_pte |= vecs_pgprot;
mem_types[MT_HIGH_VECTORS].prot_pte |= vecs_pgprot;
if (cpu_arch < CPU_ARCH_ARMv5)
mem_types[MT_MINICLEAN].prot_sect &= ~PMD_SECT_TEX(1);
pgprot_user = __pgprot(L_PTE_PRESENT | L_PTE_YOUNG | user_pgprot);
pgprot_kernel = __pgprot(L_PTE_PRESENT | L_PTE_YOUNG |
L_PTE_DIRTY | L_PTE_WRITE |
......@@ -654,7 +701,7 @@ static inline void prepare_page_table(struct meminfo *mi)
/*
* Clear out all the mappings below the kernel image.
*/
for (addr = 0; addr < MODULE_START; addr += PGDIR_SIZE)
for (addr = 0; addr < MODULES_VADDR; addr += PGDIR_SIZE)
pmd_clear(pmd_off_k(addr));
#ifdef CONFIG_XIP_KERNEL
......@@ -766,7 +813,7 @@ static void __init devicemaps_init(struct machine_desc *mdesc)
*/
#ifdef CONFIG_XIP_KERNEL
map.pfn = __phys_to_pfn(CONFIG_XIP_PHYS_ADDR & SECTION_MASK);
map.virtual = MODULE_START;
map.virtual = MODULES_VADDR;
map.length = ((unsigned long)&_etext - map.virtual + ~SECTION_MASK) & SECTION_MASK;
map.type = MT_ROM;
create_mapping(&map);
......
......@@ -115,7 +115,7 @@ ENTRY(cpu_v7_set_pte_ext)
orr r3, r3, r2
orr r3, r3, #PTE_EXT_AP0 | 2
tst r2, #1 << 4
tst r1, #1 << 4
orrne r3, r3, #PTE_EXT_TEX(1)
tst r1, #L_PTE_WRITE
......@@ -192,11 +192,11 @@ __v7_setup:
mov pc, lr @ return to head.S:__ret
ENDPROC(__v7_setup)
/*
* V X F I D LR
* .... ...E PUI. .T.T 4RVI ZFRS BLDP WCAM
* rrrr rrrx xxx0 0101 xxxx xxxx x111 xxxx < forced
* 0 110 0011 1.00 .111 1101 < we want
/* AT
* TFR EV X F I D LR
* .EEE ..EE PUI. .T.T 4RVI ZFRS BLDP WCAM
* rxxx rrxx xxx0 0101 xxxx xxxx x111 xxxx < forced
* 1 0 110 0011 1.00 .111 1101 < we want
*/
.type v7_crval, #object
v7_crval:
......
......@@ -428,23 +428,23 @@ static int clk_debugfs_register_one(struct clk *c)
if (c->id != 0)
sprintf(p, ":%d", c->id);
d = debugfs_create_dir(s, pa ? pa->dent : clk_debugfs_root);
if (IS_ERR(d))
return PTR_ERR(d);
if (!d)
return -ENOMEM;
c->dent = d;
d = debugfs_create_u8("usecount", S_IRUGO, c->dent, (u8 *)&c->usecount);
if (IS_ERR(d)) {
err = PTR_ERR(d);
if (!d) {
err = -ENOMEM;
goto err_out;
}
d = debugfs_create_u32("rate", S_IRUGO, c->dent, (u32 *)&c->rate);
if (IS_ERR(d)) {
err = PTR_ERR(d);
if (!d) {
err = -ENOMEM;
goto err_out;
}
d = debugfs_create_x32("flags", S_IRUGO, c->dent, (u32 *)&c->flags);
if (IS_ERR(d)) {
err = PTR_ERR(d);
if (!d) {
err = -ENOMEM;
goto err_out;
}