Hi,

On 02/01/2018 09:42 PM, Huangming (Mark) wrote:



On 2018/2/1 9:11, Jeremy Linton wrote:
Hi,


On 01/26/2018 02:00 AM, Ming Huang wrote:
Add Processor Properties Topology Table, PPTT include

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+STATIC
+VOID
+InitCacheInfo (
+  VOID
+  )
+{
+  UINT8                                        Index;
+  EFI_ACPI_6_2_PPTT_STRUCTURE_CACHE_ATTRIBUTES Type1Attributes;
+  CSSELR_DATA                                  CsselrData;
+  CCSIDR_DATA                                  CcsidrData;
+
+  for (Index = 0; Index < PPTT_CACHE_NO; Index++) {
+    CsselrData.Data = 0;
+    CcsidrData.Data = 0;
+    SetMem (
+      &Type1Attributes,
+      sizeof (EFI_ACPI_6_2_PPTT_STRUCTURE_CACHE_ATTRIBUTES),
+      0
+      );
+
+    if (Index == 0) { //L1I
+      CsselrData.Bits.InD = 1;
+      CsselrData.Bits.Level = 0;
+      Type1Attributes.CacheType  = 1;
+    } else if (Index == 1) {
+      Type1Attributes.CacheType  = 0;
+      CsselrData.Bits.Level = Index - 1;
+    } else {
+      Type1Attributes.CacheType  = 2;
+      CsselrData.Bits.Level = Index - 1;
+    }
+
+    CcsidrData.Data = ReadCCSIDR (CsselrData.Data);
+
+    if (CcsidrData.Bits.Wa == 1) {
+      Type1Attributes.AllocationType  = PPTT_TYPE1_ALLOCATION_WRITE;
+      if (CcsidrData.Bits.Ra == 1) {
+        Type1Attributes.AllocationType  = PPTT_TYPE1_ALLOCATION_READ_WRITE;
+      }
+    }
+
+    if (CcsidrData.Bits.Wt == 1) {
+      Type1Attributes.WritePolicy = 1;

Note a few cases where you have mixed PPTT #define definitions for some of the fields (AllocateType, WritePolicy, CacheType) with numeric values.


+    }
+    DEBUG ((DEBUG_INFO,
+            "[Acpi PPTT] Level = %x!CcsidrData = %x!\n",
+            CsselrData.Bits.Level,
+            CcsidrData.Data));
+
+    mPpttCacheType1[Index].Type = EFI_ACPI_6_2_PPTT_TYPE_CACHE;
+    mPpttCacheType1[Index].Length = sizeof (EFI_ACPI_6_2_PPTT_STRUCTURE_CACHE);
+    mPpttCacheType1[Index].Reserved[0] = 0;
+    mPpttCacheType1[Index].Reserved[1] = 0;
+    mPpttCacheType1[Index].Flags.SizePropertyValid = 1;
+    mPpttCacheType1[Index].Flags.NumberOfSetsValid = 1;
+    mPpttCacheType1[Index].Flags.AssociativityValid = 1;
+    mPpttCacheType1[Index].Flags.AllocationTypeValid = 1;
+    mPpttCacheType1[Index].Flags.CacheTypeValid = 1;
+    mPpttCacheType1[Index].Flags.WritePolicyValid = 1;
+    mPpttCacheType1[Index].Flags.LineSizeValid = 1;
+    mPpttCacheType1[Index].Flags.Reserved = 0;
+    mPpttCacheType1[Index].NextLevelOfCache = 0;
+
+    if (Index != PPTT_CACHE_NO - 1) {
+      mPpttCacheType1[Index].NumberOfSets = (UINT16)CcsidrData.Bits.NumSets + 
1;
+      mPpttCacheType1[Index].Associativity = 
(UINT16)CcsidrData.Bits.Associativity + 1;
+      mPpttCacheType1[Index].LineSize = (UINT16)( 1 << 
(CcsidrData.Bits.LineSize + 4));
+      mPpttCacheType1[Index].Size = mPpttCacheType1[Index].LineSize *      \
+                                    mPpttCacheType1[Index].Associativity * \
+                                    mPpttCacheType1[Index].NumberOfSets;
+      CopyMem (
+        &mPpttCacheType1[Index].Attributes,
+        &Type1Attributes,
+        sizeof (EFI_ACPI_6_2_PPTT_STRUCTURE_CACHE_ATTRIBUTES)
+        );
+    } else {
+      // L3 cache
+      mPpttCacheType1[Index].Size = 0x1000000;       // 16m
+      mPpttCacheType1[Index].NumberOfSets = 0x2000;
+      mPpttCacheType1[Index].Associativity = 0x10;   // CacheAssociativity16Way
+      SetMem (
+        &mPpttCacheType1[Index].Attributes,
+        sizeof (EFI_ACPI_6_2_PPTT_STRUCTURE_CACHE_ATTRIBUTES),
+        0x0A
+        );
+      mPpttCacheType1[Index].LineSize = 0x80;        // 128byte
+    }
+  }

(trimming)

+#define PPTT_TYPE0_SOCKET_FLAG         PPTT_TYPE0_PHYSICAL_PKG
+#define PPTT_TYPE0_SCCL_FLAG           0
+#define PPTT_TYPE0_CLUSTER_FLAG        0
+#define PPTT_TYPE0_CORE_FLAG           PPTT_TYPE0_PROCESSORID_VALID
+
+#define PPTT_TYPE1_ALLOCATION_WRITE       0x1
+#define PPTT_TYPE1_ALLOCATION_READ_WRITE  0x2

Its more clear for these two, they should be in the acpi header file. While 
your at it the write policy and cache type should also probably be defined and 
used in your init routing.



I plan to move these two macro to Acpi62.h.

"While your at it the write policy and cache type should also probably be defined 
and used in your init routing"
I don't really understand the mean above.

I was simply suggesting that you define/use new #defines to describe acpi standardized values you place in the policy and type (and any more you think might be helpful) fields. For example, I found it a bit odd that you defined PPTT_TYPE1_ALLOCATION_* but not 'PPTT_TYPE1_WRITE_POLICY_*'


Thanks,
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