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1/*
2 * Copyright (C) 2014 Oleksij Rempel <linux@rempel-privat.de>
3 *
4 * This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
5 * it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
6 * the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
7 * (at your option) any later version.
8 */
9
10#ifndef _ALPHASCALE_ASM9260_ICOLL_H
11#define _ALPHASCALE_ASM9260_ICOLL_H
12
13#define ASM9260_NUM_IRQS 64
14/*
15 * this device provide 4 offsets for each register:
16 * 0x0 - plain read write mode
17 * 0x4 - set mode, OR logic.
18 * 0x8 - clr mode, XOR logic.
19 * 0xc - togle mode.
20 */
21
22#define ASM9260_HW_ICOLL_VECTOR 0x0000
23/*
24 * bits 31:2
25 * This register presents the vector address for the interrupt currently
26 * active on the CPU IRQ input. Writing to this register notifies the
27 * interrupt collector that the interrupt service routine for the current
28 * interrupt has been entered.
29 * The exception trap should have a LDPC instruction from this address:
30 * LDPC ASM9260_HW_ICOLL_VECTOR_ADDR; IRQ exception at 0xffff0018
31 */
32
33/*
34 * The Interrupt Collector Level Acknowledge Register is used by software to
35 * indicate the completion of an interrupt on a specific level.
36 * This register is written at the very end of an interrupt service routine. If
37 * nesting is used then the CPU irq must be turned on before writing to this
38 * register to avoid a race condition in the CPU interrupt hardware.
39 */
40#define ASM9260_HW_ICOLL_LEVELACK 0x0010
41#define ASM9260_BM_LEVELn(nr) BIT(nr)
42
43#define ASM9260_HW_ICOLL_CTRL 0x0020
44/*
45 * ASM9260_BM_CTRL_SFTRST and ASM9260_BM_CTRL_CLKGATE are not available on
46 * asm9260.
47 */
48#define ASM9260_BM_CTRL_SFTRST BIT(31)
49#define ASM9260_BM_CTRL_CLKGATE BIT(30)
50/* disable interrupt level nesting */
51#define ASM9260_BM_CTRL_NO_NESTING BIT(19)
52/*
53 * Set this bit to one enable the RISC32-style read side effect associated with
54 * the vector address register. In this mode, interrupt in-service is signaled
55 * by the read of the ASM9260_HW_ICOLL_VECTOR register to acquire the interrupt
56 * vector address. Set this bit to zero for normal operation, in which the ISR
57 * signals in-service explicitly by means of a write to the
58 * ASM9260_HW_ICOLL_VECTOR register.
59 * 0 - Must Write to Vector register to go in-service.
60 * 1 - Go in-service as a read side effect
61 */
62#define ASM9260_BM_CTRL_ARM_RSE_MODE BIT(18)
63#define ASM9260_BM_CTRL_IRQ_ENABLE BIT(16)
64
65#define ASM9260_HW_ICOLL_STAT_OFFSET 0x0030
66/*
67 * bits 5:0
68 * Vector number of current interrupt. Multiply by 4 and add to vector base
69 * address to obtain the value in ASM9260_HW_ICOLL_VECTOR.
70 */
71
72/*
73 * RAW0 and RAW1 provides a read-only view of the raw interrupt request lines
74 * coming from various parts of the chip. Its purpose is to improve diagnostic
75 * observability.
76 */
77#define ASM9260_HW_ICOLL_RAW0 0x0040
78#define ASM9260_HW_ICOLL_RAW1 0x0050
79
80#define ASM9260_HW_ICOLL_INTERRUPT0 0x0060
81#define ASM9260_HW_ICOLL_INTERRUPTn(n) (0x0060 + ((n) >> 2) * 0x10)
82/*
83 * WARNING: Modifying the priority of an enabled interrupt may result in
84 * undefined behavior.
85 */
86#define ASM9260_BM_INT_PRIORITY_MASK 0x3
87#define ASM9260_BM_INT_ENABLE BIT(2)
88#define ASM9260_BM_INT_SOFTIRQ BIT(3)
89
90#define ASM9260_BM_ICOLL_INTERRUPTn_SHIFT(n) (((n) & 0x3) << 3)
91#define ASM9260_BM_ICOLL_INTERRUPTn_ENABLE(n) (1 << (2 + \
92 ASM9260_BM_ICOLL_INTERRUPTn_SHIFT(n)))
93
94#define ASM9260_HW_ICOLL_VBASE 0x0160
95/*
96 * bits 31:2
97 * This bitfield holds the upper 30 bits of the base address of the vector
98 * table.
99 */
100
101#define ASM9260_HW_ICOLL_CLEAR0 0x01d0
102#define ASM9260_HW_ICOLL_CLEAR1 0x01e0
103#define ASM9260_HW_ICOLL_CLEARn(n) (((n >> 5) * 0x10) \
104 + SET_REG)
105#define ASM9260_BM_CLEAR_BIT(n) BIT(n & 0x1f)
106
107/* Scratchpad */
108#define ASM9260_HW_ICOLL_UNDEF_VECTOR 0x01f0
109#endif
110

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