1// SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0+
2
3/*
4 * EEPROM driver for RAVE SP
5 *
6 * Copyright (C) 2018 Zodiac Inflight Innovations
7 *
8 */
9#include <linux/kernel.h>
10#include <linux/mfd/rave-sp.h>
11#include <linux/module.h>
12#include <linux/nvmem-provider.h>
13#include <linux/of_device.h>
14#include <linux/platform_device.h>
15#include <linux/sizes.h>
16
17/**
18 * enum rave_sp_eeprom_access_type - Supported types of EEPROM access
19 *
20 * @RAVE_SP_EEPROM_WRITE: EEPROM write
21 * @RAVE_SP_EEPROM_READ: EEPROM read
22 */
23enum rave_sp_eeprom_access_type {
24 RAVE_SP_EEPROM_WRITE = 0,
25 RAVE_SP_EEPROM_READ = 1,
26};
27
28/**
29 * enum rave_sp_eeprom_header_size - EEPROM command header sizes
30 *
31 * @RAVE_SP_EEPROM_HEADER_SMALL: EEPROM header size for "small" devices (< 8K)
32 * @RAVE_SP_EEPROM_HEADER_BIG: EEPROM header size for "big" devices (> 8K)
33 */
34enum rave_sp_eeprom_header_size {
35 RAVE_SP_EEPROM_HEADER_SMALL = 4U,
36 RAVE_SP_EEPROM_HEADER_BIG = 5U,
37};
38#define RAVE_SP_EEPROM_HEADER_MAX RAVE_SP_EEPROM_HEADER_BIG
39
40#define RAVE_SP_EEPROM_PAGE_SIZE 32U
41
42/**
43 * struct rave_sp_eeprom_page - RAVE SP EEPROM page
44 *
45 * @type: Access type (see enum rave_sp_eeprom_access_type)
46 * @success: Success flag (Success = 1, Failure = 0)
47 * @data: Read data
48
49 * Note this structure corresponds to RSP_*_EEPROM payload from RAVE
50 * SP ICD
51 */
52struct rave_sp_eeprom_page {
53 u8 type;
54 u8 success;
55 u8 data[RAVE_SP_EEPROM_PAGE_SIZE];
56} __packed;
57
58/**
59 * struct rave_sp_eeprom - RAVE SP EEPROM device
60 *
61 * @sp: Pointer to parent RAVE SP device
62 * @mutex: Lock protecting access to EEPROM
63 * @address: EEPROM device address
64 * @header_size: Size of EEPROM command header for this device
65 * @dev: Pointer to corresponding struct device used for logging
66 */
67struct rave_sp_eeprom {
68 struct rave_sp *sp;
69 struct mutex mutex;
70 u8 address;
71 unsigned int header_size;
72 struct device *dev;
73};
74
75/**
76 * rave_sp_eeprom_io - Low-level part of EEPROM page access
77 *
78 * @eeprom: EEPROM device to write to
79 * @type: EEPROM access type (read or write)
80 * @idx: number of the EEPROM page
81 * @page: Data to write or buffer to store result (via page->data)
82 *
83 * This function does all of the low-level work required to perform a
84 * EEPROM access. This includes formatting correct command payload,
85 * sending it and checking received results.
86 *
87 * Returns zero in case of success or negative error code in
88 * case of failure.
89 */
90static int rave_sp_eeprom_io(struct rave_sp_eeprom *eeprom,
91 enum rave_sp_eeprom_access_type type,
92 u16 idx,
93 struct rave_sp_eeprom_page *page)
94{
95 const bool is_write = type == RAVE_SP_EEPROM_WRITE;
96 const unsigned int data_size = is_write ? sizeof(page->data) : 0;
97 const unsigned int cmd_size = eeprom->header_size + data_size;
98 const unsigned int rsp_size =
99 is_write ? sizeof(*page) - sizeof(page->data) : sizeof(*page);
100 unsigned int offset = 0;
101 u8 cmd[RAVE_SP_EEPROM_HEADER_MAX + sizeof(page->data)];
102 int ret;
103
104 if (WARN_ON(cmd_size > sizeof(cmd)))
105 return -EINVAL;
106
107 cmd[offset++] = eeprom->address;
108 cmd[offset++] = 0;
109 cmd[offset++] = type;
110 cmd[offset++] = idx;
111
112 /*
113 * If there's still room in this command's header it means we
114 * are talkin to EEPROM that uses 16-bit page numbers and we
115 * have to specify index's MSB in payload as well.
116 */
117 if (offset < eeprom->header_size)
118 cmd[offset++] = idx >> 8;
119 /*
120 * Copy our data to write to command buffer first. In case of
121 * a read data_size should be zero and memcpy would become a
122 * no-op
123 */
124 memcpy(&cmd[offset], page->data, data_size);
125
126 ret = rave_sp_exec(eeprom->sp, cmd, cmd_size, page, rsp_size);
127 if (ret)
128 return ret;
129
130 if (page->type != type)
131 return -EPROTO;
132
133 if (!page->success)
134 return -EIO;
135
136 return 0;
137}
138
139/**
140 * rave_sp_eeprom_page_access - Access single EEPROM page
141 *
142 * @eeprom: EEPROM device to access
143 * @type: Access type to perform (read or write)
144 * @offset: Offset within EEPROM to access
145 * @data: Data buffer
146 * @data_len: Size of the data buffer
147 *
148 * This function performs a generic access to a single page or a
149 * portion thereof. Requested access MUST NOT cross the EEPROM page
150 * boundary.
151 *
152 * Returns zero in case of success or negative error code in
153 * case of failure.
154 */
155static int
156rave_sp_eeprom_page_access(struct rave_sp_eeprom *eeprom,
157 enum rave_sp_eeprom_access_type type,
158 unsigned int offset, u8 *data,
159 size_t data_len)
160{
161 const unsigned int page_offset = offset % RAVE_SP_EEPROM_PAGE_SIZE;
162 const unsigned int page_nr = offset / RAVE_SP_EEPROM_PAGE_SIZE;
163 struct rave_sp_eeprom_page page;
164 int ret;
165
166 /*
167 * This function will not work if data access we've been asked
168 * to do is crossing EEPROM page boundary. Normally this
169 * should never happen and getting here would indicate a bug
170 * in the code.
171 */
172 if (WARN_ON(data_len > sizeof(page.data) - page_offset))
173 return -EINVAL;
174
175 if (type == RAVE_SP_EEPROM_WRITE) {
176 /*
177 * If doing a partial write we need to do a read first
178 * to fill the rest of the page with correct data.
179 */
180 if (data_len < RAVE_SP_EEPROM_PAGE_SIZE) {
181 ret = rave_sp_eeprom_io(eeprom, RAVE_SP_EEPROM_READ,
182 page_nr, &page);
183 if (ret)
184 return ret;
185 }
186
187 memcpy(&page.data[page_offset], data, data_len);
188 }
189
190 ret = rave_sp_eeprom_io(eeprom, type, page_nr, &page);
191 if (ret)
192 return ret;
193
194 /*
195 * Since we receive the result of the read via 'page.data'
196 * buffer we need to copy that to 'data'
197 */
198 if (type == RAVE_SP_EEPROM_READ)
199 memcpy(data, &page.data[page_offset], data_len);
200
201 return 0;
202}
203
204/**
205 * rave_sp_eeprom_access - Access EEPROM data
206 *
207 * @eeprom: EEPROM device to access
208 * @type: Access type to perform (read or write)
209 * @offset: Offset within EEPROM to access
210 * @data: Data buffer
211 * @data_len: Size of the data buffer
212 *
213 * This function performs a generic access (either read or write) at
214 * arbitrary offset (not necessary page aligned) of arbitrary length
215 * (is not constrained by EEPROM page size).
216 *
217 * Returns zero in case of success or negative error code in case of
218 * failure.
219 */
220static int rave_sp_eeprom_access(struct rave_sp_eeprom *eeprom,
221 enum rave_sp_eeprom_access_type type,
222 unsigned int offset, u8 *data,
223 unsigned int data_len)
224{
225 unsigned int residue;
226 unsigned int chunk;
227 unsigned int head;
228 int ret;
229
230 mutex_lock(&eeprom->mutex);
231
232 head = offset % RAVE_SP_EEPROM_PAGE_SIZE;
233 residue = data_len;
234
235 do {
236 /*
237 * First iteration, if we are doing an access that is
238 * not 32-byte aligned, we need to access only data up
239 * to a page boundary to avoid corssing it in
240 * rave_sp_eeprom_page_access()
241 */
242 if (unlikely(head)) {
243 chunk = RAVE_SP_EEPROM_PAGE_SIZE - head;
244 /*
245 * This can only happen once per
246 * rave_sp_eeprom_access() call, so we set
247 * head to zero to process all the other
248 * iterations normally.
249 */
250 head = 0;
251 } else {
252 chunk = RAVE_SP_EEPROM_PAGE_SIZE;
253 }
254
255 /*
256 * We should never read more that 'residue' bytes
257 */
258 chunk = min(chunk, residue);
259 ret = rave_sp_eeprom_page_access(eeprom, type, offset,
260 data, chunk);
261 if (ret)
262 goto out;
263
264 residue -= chunk;
265 offset += chunk;
266 data += chunk;
267 } while (residue);
268out:
269 mutex_unlock(&eeprom->mutex);
270 return ret;
271}
272
273static int rave_sp_eeprom_reg_read(void *eeprom, unsigned int offset,
274 void *val, size_t bytes)
275{
276 return rave_sp_eeprom_access(eeprom, RAVE_SP_EEPROM_READ,
277 offset, val, bytes);
278}
279
280static int rave_sp_eeprom_reg_write(void *eeprom, unsigned int offset,
281 void *val, size_t bytes)
282{
283 return rave_sp_eeprom_access(eeprom, RAVE_SP_EEPROM_WRITE,
284 offset, val, bytes);
285}
286
287static int rave_sp_eeprom_probe(struct platform_device *pdev)
288{
289 struct device *dev = &pdev->dev;
290 struct rave_sp *sp = dev_get_drvdata(dev->parent);
291 struct device_node *np = dev->of_node;
292 struct nvmem_config config = { 0 };
293 struct rave_sp_eeprom *eeprom;
294 struct nvmem_device *nvmem;
295 u32 reg[2], size;
296
297 if (of_property_read_u32_array(np, "reg", reg, ARRAY_SIZE(reg))) {
298 dev_err(dev, "Failed to parse \"reg\" property\n");
299 return -EINVAL;
300 }
301
302 size = reg[1];
303 /*
304 * Per ICD, we have no more than 2 bytes to specify EEPROM
305 * page.
306 */
307 if (size > U16_MAX * RAVE_SP_EEPROM_PAGE_SIZE) {
308 dev_err(dev, "Specified size is too big\n");
309 return -EINVAL;
310 }
311
312 eeprom = devm_kzalloc(dev, sizeof(*eeprom), GFP_KERNEL);
313 if (!eeprom)
314 return -ENOMEM;
315
316 eeprom->address = reg[0];
317 eeprom->sp = sp;
318 eeprom->dev = dev;
319
320 if (size > SZ_8K)
321 eeprom->header_size = RAVE_SP_EEPROM_HEADER_BIG;
322 else
323 eeprom->header_size = RAVE_SP_EEPROM_HEADER_SMALL;
324
325 mutex_init(&eeprom->mutex);
326
327 config.id = -1;
328 of_property_read_string(np, "zii,eeprom-name", &config.name);
329 config.priv = eeprom;
330 config.dev = dev;
331 config.size = size;
332 config.reg_read = rave_sp_eeprom_reg_read;
333 config.reg_write = rave_sp_eeprom_reg_write;
334 config.word_size = 1;
335 config.stride = 1;
336
337 nvmem = devm_nvmem_register(dev, &config);
338
339 return PTR_ERR_OR_ZERO(nvmem);
340}
341
342static const struct of_device_id rave_sp_eeprom_of_match[] = {
343 { .compatible = "zii,rave-sp-eeprom" },
344 {}
345};
346MODULE_DEVICE_TABLE(of, rave_sp_eeprom_of_match);
347
348static struct platform_driver rave_sp_eeprom_driver = {
349 .probe = rave_sp_eeprom_probe,
350 .driver = {
351 .name = KBUILD_MODNAME,
352 .of_match_table = rave_sp_eeprom_of_match,
353 },
354};
355module_platform_driver(rave_sp_eeprom_driver);
356
357MODULE_LICENSE("GPL");
358MODULE_AUTHOR("Andrey Vostrikov <andrey.vostrikov@cogentembedded.com>");
359MODULE_AUTHOR("Nikita Yushchenko <nikita.yoush@cogentembedded.com>");
360MODULE_AUTHOR("Andrey Smirnov <andrew.smirnov@gmail.com>");
361MODULE_DESCRIPTION("RAVE SP EEPROM driver");
362