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authorDavid Woodhouse <dwmw2@infradead.org>2012-11-21 10:27:19 +0000
committerDavid S. Miller <davem@davemloft.net>2012-11-25 15:53:31 -0500
commita9dbe40fc10cea2efe6e1ff9e03c62dd7579c5ba (patch)
treee9eac61be2534827fb758fd8b91efec8909dffeb /drivers/net/ethernet/realtek/8139cp.c
parent071e3ef4a94a021b16a2912f3885c86f4ff36b49 (diff)
downloadvexpress-lsk-a9dbe40fc10cea2efe6e1ff9e03c62dd7579c5ba.tar.gz
8139cp: set ring address after enabling C+ mode
This fixes (for me) a regression introduced by commit b01af457 ("8139cp: set ring address before enabling receiver"). That commit configured the descriptor ring addresses earlier in the initialisation sequence, in order to avoid the possibility of triggering stray DMA before the correct address had been set up. Unfortunately, it seems that the hardware will scribble garbage into the TxRingAddr registers when we enable "plus mode" Tx in the CpCmd register. Observed on a Traverse Geos router board. To deal with this, while not reintroducing the problem which led to the original commit, we augment cp_start_hw() to write to the CpCmd register *first*, then set the descriptor ring addresses, and then finally to enable Rx and Tx in the original 8139 Cmd register. The datasheet actually indicates that we should enable Tx/Rx in the Cmd register *before* configuring the descriptor addresses, but that would appear to re-introduce the problem that the offending commit b01af457 was trying to solve. And this variant appears to work fine on real hardware. Signed-off-by: David Woodhouse <David.Woodhouse@intel.com> Cc: stable@kernel.org [3.5+] Signed-off-by: David S. Miller <davem@davemloft.net>
Diffstat (limited to 'drivers/net/ethernet/realtek/8139cp.c')
-rw-r--r--drivers/net/ethernet/realtek/8139cp.c40
1 files changed, 28 insertions, 12 deletions
diff --git a/drivers/net/ethernet/realtek/8139cp.c b/drivers/net/ethernet/realtek/8139cp.c
index 1c818254b7b..5166d94a224 100644
--- a/drivers/net/ethernet/realtek/8139cp.c
+++ b/drivers/net/ethernet/realtek/8139cp.c
@@ -957,7 +957,35 @@ static void cp_reset_hw (struct cp_private *cp)
static inline void cp_start_hw (struct cp_private *cp)
{
+ dma_addr_t ring_dma;
+
cpw16(CpCmd, cp->cpcmd);
+
+ /*
+ * These (at least TxRingAddr) need to be configured after the
+ * corresponding bits in CpCmd are enabled. Datasheet v1.6 ยง6.33
+ * (C+ Command Register) recommends that these and more be configured
+ * *after* the [RT]xEnable bits in CpCmd are set. And on some hardware
+ * it's been observed that the TxRingAddr is actually reset to garbage
+ * when C+ mode Tx is enabled in CpCmd.
+ */
+ cpw32_f(HiTxRingAddr, 0);
+ cpw32_f(HiTxRingAddr + 4, 0);
+
+ ring_dma = cp->ring_dma;
+ cpw32_f(RxRingAddr, ring_dma & 0xffffffff);
+ cpw32_f(RxRingAddr + 4, (ring_dma >> 16) >> 16);
+
+ ring_dma += sizeof(struct cp_desc) * CP_RX_RING_SIZE;
+ cpw32_f(TxRingAddr, ring_dma & 0xffffffff);
+ cpw32_f(TxRingAddr + 4, (ring_dma >> 16) >> 16);
+
+ /*
+ * Strictly speaking, the datasheet says this should be enabled
+ * *before* setting the descriptor addresses. But what, then, would
+ * prevent it from doing DMA to random unconfigured addresses?
+ * This variant appears to work fine.
+ */
cpw8(Cmd, RxOn | TxOn);
}
@@ -969,7 +997,6 @@ static void cp_enable_irq(struct cp_private *cp)
static void cp_init_hw (struct cp_private *cp)
{
struct net_device *dev = cp->dev;
- dma_addr_t ring_dma;
cp_reset_hw(cp);
@@ -979,17 +1006,6 @@ static void cp_init_hw (struct cp_private *cp)
cpw32_f (MAC0 + 0, le32_to_cpu (*(__le32 *) (dev->dev_addr + 0)));
cpw32_f (MAC0 + 4, le32_to_cpu (*(__le32 *) (dev->dev_addr + 4)));
- cpw32_f(HiTxRingAddr, 0);
- cpw32_f(HiTxRingAddr + 4, 0);
-
- ring_dma = cp->ring_dma;
- cpw32_f(RxRingAddr, ring_dma & 0xffffffff);
- cpw32_f(RxRingAddr + 4, (ring_dma >> 16) >> 16);
-
- ring_dma += sizeof(struct cp_desc) * CP_RX_RING_SIZE;
- cpw32_f(TxRingAddr, ring_dma & 0xffffffff);
- cpw32_f(TxRingAddr + 4, (ring_dma >> 16) >> 16);
-
cp_start_hw(cp);
cpw8(TxThresh, 0x06); /* XXX convert magic num to a constant */