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* Copyright (c) 2015, ARM Limited and Contributors. All rights reserved.
* SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-3-Clause
#ifndef __CCN_H__
#define __CCN_H__
* This macro defines the maximum number of master interfaces that reside on
* Request nodes which the CCN driver can accommodate. The driver APIs to add
* and remove Request nodes from snoop/dvm domains take a bit map of master
* interfaces as inputs. The largest C data type that can be used is a 64-bit
* unsigned integer. Hence the value of 64. The platform will have to ensure
* that the master interfaces are numbered from 0-63.
* The following constants define the various run modes that the platform can
* request the CCN driver to place the L3 cache in. These map to the
* programmable P-State values in a HN-F P-state register.
#define CCN_L3_RUN_MODE_NOL3 0x0 /* HNF_PM_NOL3 */
#define CCN_L3_RUN_MODE_HAM 0x2 /* HNF_PM_HALF */
#define CCN_L3_RUN_MODE_FAM 0x3 /* HNF_PM_FULL */
/* part 0 IDs for various CCN variants */
#define CCN_502_PART0_ID 0x30
#define CCN_504_PART0_ID 0x26
#define CCN_505_PART0_ID 0x27
#define CCN_508_PART0_ID 0x28
#define CCN_512_PART0_ID 0x29
* The following macro takes the value returned from a read of a HN-F P-state
* status register and returns the retention state value.
#define CCN_GET_RETENTION_STATE(pstate) ((pstate >> 4) & 0x3)
* The following macro takes the value returned from a read of a HN-F P-state
* status register and returns the run state value.
#define CCN_GET_RUN_STATE(pstate) (pstate & 0xf)
#ifndef __ASSEMBLY__
#include <stdint.h>
* This structure describes some of the implementation defined attributes of the
* CCN IP. It is used by the platform port to specify these attributes in order
* to initialise the CCN driver. The attributes are described below.
* 1. The 'num_masters' field specifies the total number of master interfaces
* resident on Request nodes.
* 2. The 'master_to_rn_id_map' field is a ponter to an array in which each
* index corresponds to a master interface and its value corresponds to the
* Request node on which the master interface resides.
* This field is not simply defined as an array of size CCN_MAX_RN_MASTERS.
* In reality, a platform will have much fewer master * interfaces than
* CCN_MAX_RN_MASTERS. With an array of this size, it would also have to
* set the unused entries to a suitable value. Zeroing the array would not
* be enough since 0 is also a valid node id. Hence, such an array is not
* used.
* 3. The 'periphbase' field is the base address of the programmer's view of the
typedef struct ccn_desc {
unsigned int num_masters;
const unsigned char *master_to_rn_id_map;
uintptr_t periphbase;
} ccn_desc_t;
void ccn_init(const ccn_desc_t *plat_ccn_desc);
void ccn_enter_snoop_dvm_domain(unsigned long long master_iface_map);
void ccn_exit_snoop_dvm_domain(unsigned long long master_iface_map);
void ccn_enter_dvm_domain(unsigned long long master_iface_map);
void ccn_exit_dvm_domain(unsigned long long master_iface_map);
void ccn_set_l3_run_mode(unsigned int mode);
void ccn_program_sys_addrmap(unsigned int sn0_id,
unsigned int sn1_id,
unsigned int sn2_id,
unsigned int top_addr_bit0,
unsigned int top_addr_bit1,
unsigned char three_sn_en);
unsigned int ccn_get_l3_run_mode(void);
int ccn_get_part0_id(uintptr_t periphbase);
#endif /* __ASSEMBLY__ */
#endif /* __CCN_H__ */