>From: Noam Camus
>Sent: Tuesday, October 18, 2016 5:33 PM
>>You're letting Linux details define the binding. Are these blocks different
>>(the block itself, not connections to >the block like interrupts)?
>>If you need a particular timer instance to be used, then describe whatever is
>>the difference in the h/w. For >example, the clockevent timer has to be the
>>timer with an interrupt.
>Yes, blocks are different.
>The difference is that only second timer instance are actually producing timer
>interrupt served by Linux for the clockevent framework.
>Please note that the numbering used here for timer (i.e. 0 or 1) are derived
>from HW blocks and are not any Linux detail I used for binding definition (It
>is a note at this patch set cover letter).
The timers actually are: first instance (timer 0) for clockevents and second
instance (timer 1) for clocksource.
Sorry for the confusion.