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2014-02-20Move PSCI to runtime services directoryAchin Gupta
This patch creates a 'services' directory and moves the PSCI under it. Other runtime services e.g. the Secure Payload Dispatcher service will be placed under the same directory in the future. Also fixes issue ARM-software/tf-issues#12 Change-Id: I187f83dcb660b728f82155d91882e961d2255068
2014-02-17Add support for handling runtime service requestsJeenu Viswambharan
This patch uses the reworked exception handling support to handle runtime service requests through SMCs following the SMC calling convention. This is a giant commit since all the changes are inter-related. It does the following: 1. Replace the old exception handling mechanism with the new one 2. Enforce that SP_EL0 is used C runtime stacks. 3. Ensures that the cold and warm boot paths use the 'cpu_context' structure to program an ERET into the next lower EL. 4. Ensures that SP_EL3 always points to the next 'cpu_context' structure prior to an ERET into the next lower EL 5. Introduces a PSCI SMC handler which completes the use of PSCI as a runtime service Change-Id: I661797f834c0803d2c674d20f504df1b04c2b852 Co-authored-by: Achin Gupta <achin.gupta@arm.com>
2014-02-17Add runtime services frameworkAchin Gupta
This patch introduces the framework to enable registration and initialisation of runtime services. PSCI is registered and initialised as a runtime service. Handling of runtime service requests will be implemented in subsequent patches. Change-Id: Id21e7ddc5a33d42b7d6e455b41155fc5441a9547
2014-02-17psci: Use context library for preserving EL3 stateAchin Gupta
This patch uses the context library to save and restore EL3 state on the 'cpu_context' data structures allocated by PSCI for managing non-secure state context on each cpu. Change-Id: I19c1f26578204a7cd9e0a6c582ced0d97ee4cf80
2014-02-17Fix asserts appearing in release buildsJames Morrissey
Also fix warnings generated in release builds when assert code is absent. Change-Id: I45b9173d3888f9e93e98eb5b4fdc06727ba5cbf4
2014-01-20psci: fix affinity level upgrade issueAchin Gupta
The psci implementation does not track target affinity level requests specified during cpu_suspend calls correctly as per the following example. 1. cpu0.cluster0 calls cpu_suspend with the target affinity level as 0 2. Only the cpu0.cluster0 is powered down while cluster0 remains powered up 3. cpu1.cluster0 calls cpu_off to power itself down to highest possible affinity level 4. cluster0 will be powered off even though cpu0.cluster0 does not allow cluster shutdown This patch introduces reference counts at affinity levels > 0 to track the number of cpus which want an affinity instance at level X to remain powered up. This instance can be turned off only if its reference count is 0. Cpus still undergo the normal state transitions (ON, OFF, ON_PENDING, SUSPEND) but the higher levels can only be either ON or OFF depending upon their reference count. The above issue is thus fixed as follows: 1. cluster0's reference count is incremented by two when cpu0 and cpu1 are initially powered on. 2. cpu0.cluster0 calls cpu_suspend with the target affinity level as 0. This does not affect the cluster0 reference count. 3. Only the cpu0.cluster0 is powered down while cluster0 remains powered up as it has a non-zero reference count. 4. cpu1.cluster0 call cpu_off to power itself down to highest possible affinity level. This decrements the cluster0 reference count. 5. cluster0 is still not powered off since its reference count will at least be 1 due to the restriction placed by cpu0. Change-Id: I433dfe82b946f5f6985b1602c2de87800504f7a9
2014-01-17Update year in copyright text to 2014Dan Handley
Change-Id: Ic7fb61aabae1d515b9e6baf3dd003807ff42da60
2013-12-05psci: rectify and homogenise generic codeAchin Gupta
This patch performs a major rework of the psci generic implementation to achieve the following: 1. replace recursion with iteration where possible to aid code readability e.g. affinity instance states are changed iteratively instead of recursively. 2. acquire pointers to affinity instance nodes at the beginning of a psci operation. All subsequent actions use these pointers instead of calling psci_get_aff_map_node() repeatedly e.g. management of locks has been abstracted under functions which use these pointers to ensure correct ordering. Helper functions have been added to create these abstractions. 3. assertions have been added to cpu level handlers to ensure correct state transition 4. the affinity level extents specified to various functions have the same meaning i.e. start level is always less than the end level. Change-Id: If0508c3a7b20ea3ddda2a66128429382afc3dfc8
2013-12-05Enable third party contributionsDan Handley
- Add instructions for contributing to ARM Trusted Firmware. - Update copyright text in all files to acknowledge contributors. Change-Id: I9311aac81b00c6c167d2f8c889aea403b84450e5
2013-10-25ARMv8 Trusted Firmware release v0.2v0.2Achin Gupta