Commit dd67b155 authored by Ralf Baechle's avatar Ralf Baechle

[MIPS] IP32: Fix build by conversion to irq_cpu.c.

Signed-off-by: default avatarRalf Baechle <ralf@linux-mips.org>
parent 65a6ec0d
......@@ -410,6 +410,7 @@ config SGI_IP32
select BOOT_ELF32
select DMA_NONCOHERENT
select HW_HAS_PCI
select IRQ_CPU
select R5000_CPU_SCACHE
select RM7000_CPU_SCACHE
select SYS_HAS_CPU_R5000
......
......@@ -20,6 +20,7 @@
#include <linux/random.h>
#include <linux/sched.h>
#include <asm/irq_cpu.h>
#include <asm/mipsregs.h>
#include <asm/signal.h>
#include <asm/system.h>
......@@ -46,7 +47,8 @@ static void inline flush_mace_bus(void)
#define DBG(x...)
#endif
/* O2 irq map
/*
* O2 irq map
*
* IP0 -> software (ignored)
* IP1 -> software (ignored)
......@@ -55,60 +57,60 @@ static void inline flush_mace_bus(void)
* IP4 -> (irq2) X unknown
* IP5 -> (irq3) X unknown
* IP6 -> (irq4) X unknown
* IP7 -> (irq5) 0 CPU count/compare timer (system timer)
* IP7 -> (irq5) 7 CPU count/compare timer (system timer)
*
* crime: (C)
*
* CRIME_INT_STAT 31:0:
*
* 0 -> 1 Video in 1
* 1 -> 2 Video in 2
* 2 -> 3 Video out
* 3 -> 4 Mace ethernet
* 0 -> 8 Video in 1
* 1 -> 9 Video in 2
* 2 -> 10 Video out
* 3 -> 11 Mace ethernet
* 4 -> S SuperIO sub-interrupt
* 5 -> M Miscellaneous sub-interrupt
* 6 -> A Audio sub-interrupt
* 7 -> 8 PCI bridge errors
* 8 -> 9 PCI SCSI aic7xxx 0
* 9 -> 10 PCI SCSI aic7xxx 1
* 10 -> 11 PCI slot 0
* 11 -> 12 unused (PCI slot 1)
* 12 -> 13 unused (PCI slot 2)
* 13 -> 14 unused (PCI shared 0)
* 14 -> 15 unused (PCI shared 1)
* 15 -> 16 unused (PCI shared 2)
* 16 -> 17 GBE0 (E)
* 17 -> 18 GBE1 (E)
* 18 -> 19 GBE2 (E)
* 19 -> 20 GBE3 (E)
* 20 -> 21 CPU errors
* 21 -> 22 Memory errors
* 22 -> 23 RE empty edge (E)
* 23 -> 24 RE full edge (E)
* 24 -> 25 RE idle edge (E)
* 25 -> 26 RE empty level
* 26 -> 27 RE full level
* 27 -> 28 RE idle level
* 28 -> 29 unused (software 0) (E)
* 29 -> 30 unused (software 1) (E)
* 30 -> 31 unused (software 2) - crime 1.5 CPU SysCorError (E)
* 31 -> 32 VICE
* 7 -> 15 PCI bridge errors
* 8 -> 16 PCI SCSI aic7xxx 0
* 9 -> 17 PCI SCSI aic7xxx 1
* 10 -> 18 PCI slot 0
* 11 -> 19 unused (PCI slot 1)
* 12 -> 20 unused (PCI slot 2)
* 13 -> 21 unused (PCI shared 0)
* 14 -> 22 unused (PCI shared 1)
* 15 -> 23 unused (PCI shared 2)
* 16 -> 24 GBE0 (E)
* 17 -> 25 GBE1 (E)
* 18 -> 26 GBE2 (E)
* 19 -> 27 GBE3 (E)
* 20 -> 28 CPU errors
* 21 -> 29 Memory errors
* 22 -> 30 RE empty edge (E)
* 23 -> 31 RE full edge (E)
* 24 -> 32 RE idle edge (E)
* 25 -> 33 RE empty level
* 26 -> 34 RE full level
* 27 -> 35 RE idle level
* 28 -> 36 unused (software 0) (E)
* 29 -> 37 unused (software 1) (E)
* 30 -> 38 unused (software 2) - crime 1.5 CPU SysCorError (E)
* 31 -> 39 VICE
*
* S, M, A: Use the MACE ISA interrupt register
* MACE_ISA_INT_STAT 31:0
*
* 0-7 -> 33-40 Audio
* 8 -> 41 RTC
* 9 -> 42 Keyboard
* 0-7 -> 40-47 Audio
* 8 -> 48 RTC
* 9 -> 49 Keyboard
* 10 -> X Keyboard polled
* 11 -> 44 Mouse
* 11 -> 51 Mouse
* 12 -> X Mouse polled
* 13-15 -> 46-48 Count/compare timers
* 16-19 -> 49-52 Parallel (16 E)
* 20-25 -> 53-58 Serial 1 (22 E)
* 26-31 -> 59-64 Serial 2 (28 E)
* 13-15 -> 53-55 Count/compare timers
* 16-19 -> 56-59 Parallel (16 E)
* 20-25 -> 60-62 Serial 1 (22 E)
* 26-31 -> 66-71 Serial 2 (28 E)
*
* Note that this means IRQs 5-7, 43, and 45 do not exist. This is a
* Note that this means IRQs 12-14, 50, and 52 do not exist. This is a
* different IRQ map than IRIX uses, but that's OK as Linux irq handling
* is quite different anyway.
*/
......@@ -130,36 +132,6 @@ struct irqaction cpuerr_irq = {
.name = "CRIME CPU error",
};
/*
* For interrupts wired from a single device to the CPU. Only the clock
* uses this it seems, which is IRQ 0 and IP7.
*/
static void enable_cpu_irq(unsigned int irq)
{
set_c0_status(STATUSF_IP7);
}
static void disable_cpu_irq(unsigned int irq)
{
clear_c0_status(STATUSF_IP7);
}
static void end_cpu_irq(unsigned int irq)
{
if (!(irq_desc[irq].status & (IRQ_DISABLED | IRQ_INPROGRESS)))
enable_cpu_irq(irq);
}
static struct irq_chip ip32_cpu_interrupt = {
.name = "IP32 CPU",
.ack = disable_cpu_irq,
.mask = disable_cpu_irq,
.mask_ack = disable_cpu_irq,
.unmask = enable_cpu_irq,
.end = end_cpu_irq,
};
/*
* This is for pure CRIME interrupts - ie not MACE. The advantage?
* We get to split the register in half and do faster lookups.
......@@ -422,15 +394,23 @@ static void ip32_irq0(void)
uint64_t crime_int;
int irq = 0;
/*
* Sanity check interrupt numbering enum.
* MACE got 32 interrupts and there are 32 MACE ISA interrupts daisy
* chained.
*/
BUILD_BUG_ON(CRIME_VICE_IRQ - MACE_VID_IN1_IRQ != 31);
BUILD_BUG_ON(MACEISA_SERIAL2_RDMAOR_IRQ - MACEISA_AUDIO_SW_IRQ != 31);
crime_int = crime->istat & crime_mask;
irq = __ffs(crime_int);
irq = MACE_VID_IN1_IRQ + __ffs(crime_int);
crime_int = 1 << irq;
if (crime_int & CRIME_MACEISA_INT_MASK) {
unsigned long mace_int = mace->perif.ctrl.istat;
irq = __ffs(mace_int & maceisa_mask) + 32;
irq = __ffs(mace_int & maceisa_mask) + MACEISA_AUDIO_SW_IRQ;
}
irq++;
DBG("*irq %u*\n", irq);
do_IRQ(irq);
}
......@@ -457,7 +437,7 @@ static void ip32_irq4(void)
static void ip32_irq5(void)
{
do_IRQ(IP32_R4K_TIMER_IRQ);
do_IRQ(MIPS_CPU_IRQ_BASE + 7);
}
asmlinkage void plat_irq_dispatch(void)
......@@ -490,21 +470,25 @@ void __init arch_init_irq(void)
mace->perif.ctrl.istat = 0;
mace->perif.ctrl.imask = 0;
for (irq = 0; irq <= IP32_IRQ_MAX; irq++) {
struct irq_chip *controller;
if (irq == IP32_R4K_TIMER_IRQ)
controller = &ip32_cpu_interrupt;
else if (irq <= MACE_PCI_BRIDGE_IRQ && irq >= MACE_VID_IN1_IRQ)
controller = &ip32_mace_interrupt;
else if (irq <= MACEPCI_SHARED2_IRQ && irq >= MACEPCI_SCSI0_IRQ)
controller = &ip32_macepci_interrupt;
else if (irq <= CRIME_VICE_IRQ && irq >= CRIME_GBE0_IRQ)
controller = &ip32_crime_interrupt;
else
controller = &ip32_maceisa_interrupt;
set_irq_chip(irq, controller);
mips_cpu_irq_init();
for (irq = MIPS_CPU_IRQ_BASE + 8; irq <= IP32_IRQ_MAX; irq++) {
struct irq_chip *chip;
switch (irq) {
case MACE_VID_IN1_IRQ ... MACE_PCI_BRIDGE_IRQ:
chip = &ip32_mace_interrupt;
break;
case MACEPCI_SCSI0_IRQ ... MACEPCI_SHARED2_IRQ:
chip = &ip32_macepci_interrupt;
break;
case CRIME_GBE0_IRQ ... CRIME_VICE_IRQ:
chip = &ip32_crime_interrupt;
break;
default:
chip = &ip32_maceisa_interrupt;
}
set_irq_chip(irq, chip);
}
setup_irq(CRIME_MEMERR_IRQ, &memerr_irq);
setup_irq(CRIME_CPUERR_IRQ, &cpuerr_irq);
......
......@@ -83,7 +83,7 @@ void __init plat_time_init(void)
void __init plat_timer_setup(struct irqaction *irq)
{
irq->handler = no_action;
setup_irq(IP32_R4K_TIMER_IRQ, irq);
setup_irq(MIPS_CPU_IRQ_BASE + 7, irq);
}
void __init plat_mem_setup(void)
......
......@@ -9,86 +9,104 @@
#ifndef __ASM_IP32_INTS_H
#define __ASM_IP32_INTS_H
#include <asm/irq.h>
/*
* This list reflects the assignment of interrupt numbers to
* interrupting events. Order is fairly irrelevant to handling
* priority. This differs from irix.
*/
/* CPU */
#define IP32_R4K_TIMER_IRQ 0
enum ip32_irq_no {
/*
* CPU interrupts are 0 ... 7
*/
/* MACE */
#define MACE_VID_IN1_IRQ 1
#define MACE_VID_IN2_IRQ 2
#define MACE_VID_OUT_IRQ 3
#define MACE_ETHERNET_IRQ 4
/* SUPERIO, MISC, and AUDIO are MACEISA */
#define MACE_PCI_BRIDGE_IRQ 8
/*
* MACE
*/
MACE_VID_IN1_IRQ = MIPS_CPU_IRQ_BASE + 8,
MACE_VID_IN2_IRQ,
MACE_VID_OUT_IRQ,
MACE_ETHERNET_IRQ,
/* SUPERIO, MISC, and AUDIO are MACEISA */
__MACE_SUPERIO,
__MACE_MISC,
__MACE_AUDIO,
MACE_PCI_BRIDGE_IRQ,
/* MACEPCI */
#define MACEPCI_SCSI0_IRQ 9
#define MACEPCI_SCSI1_IRQ 10
#define MACEPCI_SLOT0_IRQ 11
#define MACEPCI_SLOT1_IRQ 12
#define MACEPCI_SLOT2_IRQ 13
#define MACEPCI_SHARED0_IRQ 14
#define MACEPCI_SHARED1_IRQ 15
#define MACEPCI_SHARED2_IRQ 16
/*
* MACEPCI
*/
MACEPCI_SCSI0_IRQ,
MACEPCI_SCSI1_IRQ,
MACEPCI_SLOT0_IRQ,
MACEPCI_SLOT1_IRQ,
MACEPCI_SLOT2_IRQ,
MACEPCI_SHARED0_IRQ,
MACEPCI_SHARED1_IRQ,
MACEPCI_SHARED2_IRQ,
/* CRIME */
#define CRIME_GBE0_IRQ 17
#define CRIME_GBE1_IRQ 18
#define CRIME_GBE2_IRQ 19
#define CRIME_GBE3_IRQ 20
#define CRIME_CPUERR_IRQ 21
#define CRIME_MEMERR_IRQ 22
#define CRIME_RE_EMPTY_E_IRQ 23
#define CRIME_RE_FULL_E_IRQ 24
#define CRIME_RE_IDLE_E_IRQ 25
#define CRIME_RE_EMPTY_L_IRQ 26
#define CRIME_RE_FULL_L_IRQ 27
#define CRIME_RE_IDLE_L_IRQ 28
#define CRIME_SOFT0_IRQ 29
#define CRIME_SOFT1_IRQ 30
#define CRIME_SOFT2_IRQ 31
#define CRIME_SYSCORERR_IRQ CRIME_SOFT2_IRQ
#define CRIME_VICE_IRQ 32
/*
* CRIME
*/
CRIME_GBE0_IRQ,
CRIME_GBE1_IRQ,
CRIME_GBE2_IRQ,
CRIME_GBE3_IRQ,
CRIME_CPUERR_IRQ,
CRIME_MEMERR_IRQ,
CRIME_RE_EMPTY_E_IRQ,
CRIME_RE_FULL_E_IRQ,
CRIME_RE_IDLE_E_IRQ,
CRIME_RE_EMPTY_L_IRQ,
CRIME_RE_FULL_L_IRQ,
CRIME_RE_IDLE_L_IRQ,
CRIME_SOFT0_IRQ,
CRIME_SOFT1_IRQ,
CRIME_SOFT2_IRQ,
CRIME_SYSCORERR_IRQ = CRIME_SOFT2_IRQ,
CRIME_VICE_IRQ,
/* MACEISA */
#define MACEISA_AUDIO_SW_IRQ 33
#define MACEISA_AUDIO_SC_IRQ 34
#define MACEISA_AUDIO1_DMAT_IRQ 35
#define MACEISA_AUDIO1_OF_IRQ 36
#define MACEISA_AUDIO2_DMAT_IRQ 37
#define MACEISA_AUDIO2_MERR_IRQ 38
#define MACEISA_AUDIO3_DMAT_IRQ 39
#define MACEISA_AUDIO3_MERR_IRQ 40
#define MACEISA_RTC_IRQ 41
#define MACEISA_KEYB_IRQ 42
/* MACEISA_KEYB_POLL is not an IRQ */
#define MACEISA_MOUSE_IRQ 44
/* MACEISA_MOUSE_POLL is not an IRQ */
#define MACEISA_TIMER0_IRQ 46
#define MACEISA_TIMER1_IRQ 47
#define MACEISA_TIMER2_IRQ 48
#define MACEISA_PARALLEL_IRQ 49
#define MACEISA_PAR_CTXA_IRQ 50
#define MACEISA_PAR_CTXB_IRQ 51
#define MACEISA_PAR_MERR_IRQ 52
#define MACEISA_SERIAL1_IRQ 53
#define MACEISA_SERIAL1_TDMAT_IRQ 54
#define MACEISA_SERIAL1_TDMAPR_IRQ 55
#define MACEISA_SERIAL1_TDMAME_IRQ 56
#define MACEISA_SERIAL1_RDMAT_IRQ 57
#define MACEISA_SERIAL1_RDMAOR_IRQ 58
#define MACEISA_SERIAL2_IRQ 59
#define MACEISA_SERIAL2_TDMAT_IRQ 60
#define MACEISA_SERIAL2_TDMAPR_IRQ 61
#define MACEISA_SERIAL2_TDMAME_IRQ 62
#define MACEISA_SERIAL2_RDMAT_IRQ 63
#define MACEISA_SERIAL2_RDMAOR_IRQ 64
/*
* MACEISA
*/
MACEISA_AUDIO_SW_IRQ,
MACEISA_AUDIO_SC_IRQ,
MACEISA_AUDIO1_DMAT_IRQ,
MACEISA_AUDIO1_OF_IRQ,
MACEISA_AUDIO2_DMAT_IRQ,
MACEISA_AUDIO2_MERR_IRQ,
MACEISA_AUDIO3_DMAT_IRQ,
MACEISA_AUDIO3_MERR_IRQ,
MACEISA_RTC_IRQ,
MACEISA_KEYB_IRQ,
/* MACEISA_KEYB_POLL is not an IRQ */
__MACEISA_KEYB_POLL,
MACEISA_MOUSE_IRQ,
/* MACEISA_MOUSE_POLL is not an IRQ */
__MACEISA_MOUSE_POLL,
MACEISA_TIMER0_IRQ,
MACEISA_TIMER1_IRQ,
MACEISA_TIMER2_IRQ,
MACEISA_PARALLEL_IRQ,
MACEISA_PAR_CTXA_IRQ,
MACEISA_PAR_CTXB_IRQ,
MACEISA_PAR_MERR_IRQ,
MACEISA_SERIAL1_IRQ,
MACEISA_SERIAL1_TDMAT_IRQ,
MACEISA_SERIAL1_TDMAPR_IRQ,
MACEISA_SERIAL1_TDMAME_IRQ,
MACEISA_SERIAL1_RDMAT_IRQ,
MACEISA_SERIAL1_RDMAOR_IRQ,
MACEISA_SERIAL2_IRQ,
MACEISA_SERIAL2_TDMAT_IRQ,
MACEISA_SERIAL2_TDMAPR_IRQ,
MACEISA_SERIAL2_TDMAME_IRQ,
MACEISA_SERIAL2_RDMAT_IRQ,
MACEISA_SERIAL2_RDMAOR_IRQ,
#define IP32_IRQ_MAX MACEISA_SERIAL2_RDMAOR_IRQ
IP32_IRQ_MAX = MACEISA_SERIAL2_RDMAOR_IRQ
};
#endif /* __ASM_IP32_INTS_H */
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