On 28.02.18 02:52:20, Jayachandran C wrote:
> According to SBSA spec v3.1 section 5.3:
> All registers are 32 bits in size and should be accessed using
> 32-bit reads and writes. If an access size other than 32 bits
> is used then the results are IMPLEMENTATION DEFINED.
> The Generic Watchdog is little-endian
> The current code uses readq to read the watchdog compare register
> which does a 64-bit access. This fails on ThunderX2 which does not
> implement 64-bit access to this register.
> Fix this by using lo_hi_readq() that does two 32-bit reads.
> Signed-off-by: Jayachandran C <jn...@caviumnetworks.com>
Reviewed-by: Robert Richter <rrich...@cavium.com>
I have looked into the non-atomic use of the register access and it
looks sane as the WCV register is only incremented by hardware. There
is no concurrent (write) access from the kernel.