Hi Sergei,

On Tue, Mar 6, 2018 at 6:15 PM, Sergei Shtylyov
<sergei.shtyl...@cogentembedded.com> wrote:
> On 03/06/2018 01:59 PM, Geert Uytterhoeven wrote:
>>>>>>> Add the PFC support for the R8A77980 SoC including pin groups for some
>>>>>>> on-chip devices such as AVB, CAN-FD, GETHER, [H]SCIF, I2C, INTC-EX, MMC,
>>>>>>> MSIOF, PWM, and VIN...
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Based on the original (and large) patch by Vladimir Barinov.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Signed-off-by: Vladimir Barinov <vladimir.bari...@cogentembedded.com>
>>>>>>> Signed-off-by: Sergei Shtylyov <sergei.shtyl...@cogentembedded.com>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Thanks for your patch!
>>>>>>
>>>>>> To avoid scaring off potential reviewers, it may be better to not 
>>>>>> include that
>>>>>> many pin groups and functions in future initial submissions.
>>>>>> This also helps if issues are detected during review in some of them 
>>>>>> (like
>>>>>> below), delaying queuing of basic functionality and other correct parts.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I only looked at CPU_ALL_PORT(), pins, groups, and functions.
>>>>>> Comments below.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> --- /dev/null
>>>>>>> +++ renesas-drivers/drivers/pinctrl/sh-pfc/pfc-r8a77980.c
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> +/* - AVB 
>>>>>>> -------------------------------------------------------------------- */
>>>>>>> +static const unsigned int avb_link_pins[] = {
>>>>>>> +       /* AVB_LINK */
>>>>>>> +       RCAR_GP_PIN(1, 18),
>>>>>>> +};
>>>>>>> +static const unsigned int avb_link_mux[] = {
>>>>>>> +       AVB_LINK_MARK,
>>>>>>> +};
>>>>>>> +static const unsigned int avb_magic_pins[] = {
>>>>>>> +       /* AVB_MAGIC */
>>>>>>> +       RCAR_GP_PIN(1, 16),
>>>>>>> +};
>>>>>>> +static const unsigned int avb_magic_mux[] = {
>>>>>>> +       AVB_MAGIC_MARK,
>>>>>>> +};
>>>>>>> +static const unsigned int avb_phy_int_pins[] = {
>>>>>>> +       /* AVB_PHY_INT */
>>>>>>> +       RCAR_GP_PIN(1, 17),
>>>>>>> +};
>>>>>>> +static const unsigned int avb_phy_int_mux[] = {
>>>>>>> +       AVB_PHY_INT_MARK,
>>>>>>> +};
>>>>>>> +static const unsigned int avb_mdio_pins[] = {
>>>>>>> +       /* AVB_MDC, AVB_MDIO */
>>>>>>> +       RCAR_GP_PIN(1, 15), RCAR_GP_PIN(1, 14),
>>>>>>> +};
>>>>>>> +static const unsigned int avb_mdio_mux[] = {
>>>>>>> +       AVB_MDC_MARK, AVB_MDIO_MARK,
>>>>>>> +};
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The grouping is different from other R-Car Gen3 SoCs.
>>>>>
>>>>>    Not true AFAICS -- only the group naming is different.
>>>>
>>>> Oh, so we can have both groups names, and be compatible?
>>>
>>>    Probably. Just not sure if there's any worth to have the same groups for 
>>> the not
>>> pin compatible SoCs. Care to elaborate?
>>
>> So I have compared all AVB/(G)ETHER pin groups on supported SoCs,
>> to solve the issue for good, hopefully.
>>
>> EtherAVB:
>> --------
>>
>> R-Car Gen2:
>>
>>   Common (r8a7790/r8a7791/r8a7792/r8a7793/r8a7794) AVB:
>>
>>     link = { LINK }
>>     magic = { MAGIC }
>>     phy_int = { PHY_INT }
>>     mdio = { MDC, MDIO }
>>     mii = { COL, CRS, RX_CLK, RXD[0-3], RX_DV, RX_ER, TX_CLK, TXD[0-3],
>>             TX_EN, TX_ER }
>>     gmii = { COL, CRS, GTX_CLK, GTXREFCLK, RX_CLK, RXD[0-7], RX_DV, RX_ER,
>
>    Oops! GTXREFCLK is not a part of GMII (at least according to Wikipedia) ...

According to the datasheet, it's the "GMII reference clock signal", which is an
input, and can be used as one of the options for the gPTP clock.
So that makes it optional.

We have only two in-tree users of RAVB:
iwg20d-q7-common.dtsi
r8a7745-iwg22d-sodimm.dts

On both, GTXREFCLK is wired to the CLK125_NDO/LED_MODE _input_ of the
KSZ9031MNXIA PHY, so there it is used as an output?

>>              TX_CLK, TXD[0-7], TX_EN, TX_ER }
>>
>>   AVB exceptions:
>>     - r8a7790 "mii" lacks TX_ER (should it?)
>
>    This signal is optional.

But currently there's no way to enable it on r8a7790?
If it is optional, it should have its own pingroup.

And this is inconsistent with the other R-Car Gen2 platforms.

>>     - r8a7792 has match = { AVTP_MATCH }
>>
>>
>> R-Car Gen3:
>>
>>   r8a7795/r8a7795-es1/r8a7796/r8a77965/r8a77995 AVB:
>>
>>     link = { LINK }
>>     magic = { MAGIC }
>>     phy_int = { PHY_INT }
>>     mdc = { MDC, MDIO }
>>     mii = { RD[0-3], RXC, RX_CTL, TD[0-3], TXC, TXCREFCLK, TX_CTL }
>
>    Oops again! TXREFCLK doen't belong in MII...

We cannot move it out because of backwards compatibility (this is DT ABI).
But we can create a new group named "rgmii" without it, and add a separate
"txcrefclk" group.

>>     avtp_pps = { AVTP_PPS }
>>     avtp_match = { AVTP_MATCH }
>>     avtp_capture = { AVTP_CAPTURE }
>>
>>     Notes:
>>       - { MDC, MDIO } groups is named "mdc" instead of "mdio"
>>       - Supports RGMII, but group is named "mii"
>
>    Oops... I blame Renesas! :-)
>
>>   Sergei's r8a77970 AVB proposal:
>>
>>     link = { LINK }
>>     magic = { MAGIC }
>>     phy_int = { PHY_INT }
>>   * mdio = { MDC, MDIO }
>>     mii = { RD[0-3], RXC, RX_CTL, TD[0-3], TXC, TXCREFCLK, TX_CTL }
>>     avtp_pps = { AVTP_PPS }
>>     avtp_match = { AVTP_MATCH }
>>     avtp_capture = { AVTP_CAPTURE }
>>
>>     Notes:
>>       * indicates difference with H3/M3/D3
>>       - Supports RGMII, but group is named "mii"
>
>    Oops, needs fixing...

This we can fix easily, as it is not yet upstream.

>>   Sergei's r8a77980 AVB proposal:
>>
>>     link = { LINK }
>>     magic = { MAGIC }
>>     phy_int = { PHY_INT }
>>   * mdio = { MDC, MDIO }
>>   * rgmii = { RD[0-3], RXC, RX_CTL, TD[0-3], TXC, TX_CTL }
>>   * txcrefclk = { TXCREFCLK }
>>     avtp_pps = { AVTP_PPS }
>>     avtp_match = { AVTP_MATCH }
>>     avtp_capture = { AVTP_CAPTURE }
>>
>>     Notes:
>>       * indicates difference with H3/M3/D3
>>       - Supports RGMII, and group is called "rgmii"
>>       - TXCREFCLK has its own group. Why? Similarity with GETHER on V3H?
>
>    Because that signal doesn't belong to RGMII (according to Wikipedia).

OK (so this one looks best ;-)

>> (G)Ether:
>> --------
>>
>> R-Mobile A1 (r8a7740) ETHER:
>>
>>     rmii = { CRS_DV, MDC, MDIO, REF50CK, RXD[01], RX_ER, TXD[01], TX_EN }
>>     mii = { COL, CRS, MDC, MDIO, RX_CLK, RXD[0-3], RX_DV, RX_ER, TX_CLK,
>>             TXD[0-3], TX_EN, TX_ER }
>>     gmii = { COL, CRS, GTX_CLK, MDC, MDIO, REF125CK, RXD[0-7], RX_CLK,
>
>    Oops, REF125CK doesn't belong to GMII...

Cannot be changed because of backwards compatibility.

>>              RX_DV, RX_ER, TX_CLK, TXD[0-7], TX_EN, TX_ER }
>>     int = { PHY_INT }
>>     link = { LINK }
>>     wol = { WOL }
>>
>>     Notes:
>>       - "rmii", "mii", and "gmii" include MDC and MDIO
>
>    That sucketh! :-)

Cannot be changed.

>> R-Car Gen1:
>>
>>   r8a7778/r8a7779 ETHER:
>>
>>     link = { LINK }
>>     magic = { MAGIC }
>>     rmii = { CRS_DV, MDC, MDIO, REF_CLK, RXD[01], RX_ER, TXD[01], TX_EN }
>>
>>     Notes:
>>       - "rmii" includes MDC and MDIO (there's only one choice of interface)
>
>    That too...

Cannot be changed.

>> R-Car Gen2:
>>
>>   r8a7790/r8a7791/r8a7793/r8a7794 ETHER:
>>
>>     link = { LINK }
>>     magic = { MAGIC }
>>     mdio = { MDC, MDIO }
>>     rmii = { CRS_DV, REF_CLK, RXD[01], RX_ER, TXD[01], TX_EN }
>>
>>
>> R-Car Gen3:
>>
>>   Sergei's r8a77980 GETHER proposal:
>>
>>     link = { LINK }
>>     magic = { MAGIC }
>>     phy_int = { PHY_INT }
>>     mdio = { MDC, MDIO }
>>     rgmii = { RD[0-3], RXC, RX_CTL, TD[0-3], TXC, TX_CTL }
>>     rmii = { CRS_DV, REFCLK, RXD[01], RX_ER, TXD[01], TXD_EN }
>>     txcrefclk = { TXCREFCLK }
>>     txcrefclk_mega = { TXCREFCLK_MEGA }
>>
>>     Notes:
>>       - TXCREFCLK has its own group. I assume because one has to choose
>>         between TXCREFCLK and TXCREFCLK_MEGA?
>
>    No, because they're not a part of either RGMII or RMII interfaces.

OK.

>> Actions:
>> --------
>>
>>   - Add missing TX_ER to "mii" group on r8a7790,
>
>    Remembering it's optional...

While we can add a separate "tx_er" group, we cannot change the "mii" groups
on the other R-Car Gen2 SoCs.
So just making r8a7790 consistent with the others looks like the path of
least harm to me...

>>   - Rename "mdc" to "mdio" on H3/M3/D3, as the bus is called "Management
>>     Data Input/Output (MDIO)", add alias for backwords compatibility,
>>     https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Management_Data_Input/Output
>
>    Agreed.
>
>>   - Should we rename "mii" to "rgmii" on H3/M3/D3?
>>     The group does not contain all RGMII pins anyway.
>
>    It does!

I mean it doesn't include MDIO/MDC, which are part of "rgmii" according to
Wikipedia.

Gr{oetje,eeting}s,

                        Geert

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