Commit c75f902b authored by Kumar Gala's avatar Kumar Gala
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[POWERPC] 83xx: Don't call ioremap in the reset function



It's possibly that we get an reset requestion when interrupts are disabled.
(For example an oops in an interrupt handler).  Therefor, we can't call
ioremap in the reset function.  Moving the ioremap of the registers we
need access to an arch_initcall helps the problem.

However we still have a window between boot and the arch_initcall in
which the register pointer will not be setup and thus we spin if the reset
function is called.  If one needs to ensure even this case is covered, look
at use of the watchdog provided on 83xx to reset the processor.
Signed-off-by: default avatarKumar Gala <galak@kernel.crashing.org>
parent 4d52719a
......@@ -18,23 +18,36 @@
#include "mpc83xx.h"
static __be32 __iomem *restart_reg_base;
static int __init mpc83xx_restart_init(void)
{
/* map reset restart_reg_baseister space */
restart_reg_base = ioremap(get_immrbase() + 0x900, 0xff);
return 0;
}
arch_initcall(mpc83xx_restart_init);
void mpc83xx_restart(char *cmd)
{
#define RST_OFFSET 0x00000900
#define RST_PROT_REG 0x00000018
#define RST_CTRL_REG 0x0000001c
__be32 __iomem *reg;
/* map reset register space */
reg = ioremap(get_immrbase() + 0x900, 0xff);
local_irq_disable();
/* enable software reset "RSTE" */
out_be32(reg + (RST_PROT_REG >> 2), 0x52535445);
if (restart_reg_base) {
/* enable software reset "RSTE" */
out_be32(restart_reg_base + (RST_PROT_REG >> 2), 0x52535445);
/* set software hard reset */
out_be32(restart_reg_base + (RST_CTRL_REG >> 2), 0x2);
} else {
printk (KERN_EMERG "Error: Restart registers not mapped, spinning!\n");
}
/* set software hard reset */
out_be32(reg + (RST_CTRL_REG >> 2), 0x2);
for (;;) ;
}
......
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