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* uninorth.h: definitions for using the "UniNorth" host bridge chip
* from Apple. This chip is used on "Core99" machines
* This also includes U2 used on more recent MacRISC2/3
* machines and U3 (G5)
#ifdef __KERNEL__
#ifndef __ASM_UNINORTH_H__
#define __ASM_UNINORTH_H__
* Uni-N and U3 config space reg. definitions
* (Little endian)
/* Address ranges selection. This one should work with Bandit too */
/* Not U3 */
#define UNI_N_ADDR_SELECT 0x48
#define UNI_N_ADDR_COARSE_MASK 0xffff0000 /* 256Mb regions at *0000000 */
#define UNI_N_ADDR_FINE_MASK 0x0000ffff /* 16Mb regions at f*000000 */
/* AGP registers */
/* Not U3 */
#define UNI_N_CFG_GART_BASE 0x8c
#define UNI_N_CFG_AGP_BASE 0x90
#define UNI_N_CFG_GART_CTRL 0x94
/* UNI_N_CFG_GART_CTRL bits definitions */
#define UNI_N_CFG_GART_INVAL 0x00000001
#define UNI_N_CFG_GART_ENABLE 0x00000100
#define UNI_N_CFG_GART_2xRESET 0x00010000
#define UNI_N_CFG_GART_DISSBADET 0x00020000
/* The following seems to only be used only on U3 <> */
#define U3_N_CFG_GART_SYNCMODE 0x00040000
#define U3_N_CFG_GART_PERFRD 0x00080000
#define U3_N_CFG_GART_B2BGNT 0x00200000
#define U3_N_CFG_GART_FASTDDR 0x00400000
/* My understanding of UniNorth AGP as of UniNorth rev 1.0x,
* revision 1.5 (x4 AGP) may need further changes.
* AGP_BASE register contains the base address of the AGP aperture on
* the AGP bus. It doesn't seem to be visible to the CPU as of UniNorth 1.x,
* even if decoding of this address range is enabled in the address select
* register. Apparently, the only supported bases are 256Mb multiples
* (high 4 bits of that register).
* GART_BASE register appear to contain the physical address of the GART
* in system memory in the high address bits (page aligned), and the
* GART size in the low order bits (number of GART pages)
* The GART format itself is one 32bits word per physical memory page.
* This word contains, in little-endian format (!!!), the physical address
* of the page in the high bits, and what appears to be an "enable" bit
* in the LSB bit (0) that must be set to 1 when the entry is valid.
* Obviously, the GART is not cache coherent and so any change to it
* must be flushed to memory (or maybe just make the GART space non
* cachable). AGP memory itself doens't seem to be cache coherent neither.
* In order to invalidate the GART (which is probably necessary to inval
* the bridge internal TLBs), the following sequence has to be written,
* in order, to the GART_CTRL register:
* As far as AGP "features" are concerned, it looks like fast write may
* not be supported but this has to be confirmed.
* Turning on AGP seem to require a double invalidate operation, one before
* setting the AGP command register, on after.
* Turning off AGP seems to require the following sequence: first wait
* for the AGP to be idle by reading the internal status register, then
* write in that order to the GART_CTRL register:
* 0
* 0
* Uni-N memory mapped reg. definitions
* Those registers are Big-Endian !!
* Their meaning come from either Darwin and/or from experiments I made with
* the bootrom, I'm not sure about their exact meaning yet
/* Version of the UniNorth chip */
#define UNI_N_VERSION 0x0000 /* Known versions: 3,7 and 8 */
#define UNI_N_VERSION_107 0x0003 /* 1.0.7 */
#define UNI_N_VERSION_10A 0x0007 /* 1.0.10 */
#define UNI_N_VERSION_150 0x0011 /* 1.5 */
#define UNI_N_VERSION_200 0x0024 /* 2.0 */
#define UNI_N_VERSION_PANGEA 0x00C0 /* Integrated U1 + K */
#define UNI_N_VERSION_INTREPID 0x00D2 /* Integrated U2 + K */
#define UNI_N_VERSION_300 0x0030 /* 3.0 (U3 on G5) */
/* This register is used to enable/disable various clocks */
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_CNTL 0x0020
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_CNTL_PCI 0x00000001 /* PCI2 clock control */
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_CNTL_GMAC 0x00000002 /* GMAC clock control */
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_CNTL_FW 0x00000004 /* FireWire clock control */
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_CNTL_ATA100 0x00000010 /* ATA-100 clock control (U2) */
/* Power Management control */
#define UNI_N_POWER_MGT 0x0030
#define UNI_N_POWER_MGT_IDLE2 0x01
#define UNI_N_POWER_MGT_SLEEP 0x02
/* This register is configured by Darwin depending on the UniN
* revision
#define UNI_N_ARB_CTRL 0x0040
#define UNI_N_ARB_CTRL_QACK_DELAY_MASK 0x0e1f8000
#define UNI_N_ARB_CTRL_QACK_DELAY105 0x00
/* This one _might_ return the CPU number of the CPU reading it;
* the bootROM decides whether to boot or to sleep/spinloop depending
* on this register beeing 0 or not
#define UNI_N_CPU_NUMBER 0x0050
/* This register appear to be read by the bootROM to decide what
* to do on a non-recoverable reset (powerup or wakeup)
#define UNI_N_HWINIT_STATE 0x0070
/* This last bit appear to be used by the bootROM to know the second
* CPU has started and will enter it's sleep loop with IP=0
#define UNI_N_HWINIT_STATE_CPU1_FLAG 0x10000000
/* This register controls AACK delay, which is set when 2004 iBook/PowerBook
* is in low speed mode.
#define UNI_N_AACK_DELAY 0x0100
#define UNI_N_AACK_DELAY_ENABLE 0x00000001
/* Clock status for Intrepid */
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOP_STATUS0 0x0150
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_EXTAGP 0x00200000
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_AGPDEL 0x00100000
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_I2S0_45_49 0x00080000
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_I2S0_18 0x00040000
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_I2S1_45_49 0x00020000
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_I2S1_18 0x00010000
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_TIMER 0x00008000
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_SCC_RTCLK18 0x00004000
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_SCC_RTCLK32 0x00002000
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_SCC_VIA32 0x00001000
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_SCC_SLOT0 0x00000800
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_SCC_SLOT1 0x00000400
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_SCC_SLOT2 0x00000200
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_VEO0 0x00000080
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_VEO1 0x00000040
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_USB0 0x00000020
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_USB1 0x00000010
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_USB2 0x00000008
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_32 0x00000004
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_45 0x00000002
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_49 0x00000001
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOP_STATUS1 0x0160
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_PLL4REF 0x00080000
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_CPUDEL 0x00040000
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_CPU 0x00020000
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_PCI2 0x00008000
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_FW 0x00004000
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_GB 0x00002000
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_ATA66 0x00001000
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_ATA100 0x00000800
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_MAX 0x00000400
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_PCI1 0x00000200
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_KLPCI 0x00000100
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_USB0PCI 0x00000080
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_USB1PCI 0x00000040
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_USB2PCI 0x00000020
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_7PCI1 0x00000008
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_AGP 0x00000004
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_PCI0 0x00000002
#define UNI_N_CLOCK_STOPPED_18 0x00000001
/* Intrepid registe to OF do-platform-clockspreading */
/* Uninorth 1.5 rev. has additional perf. monitor registers at 0xf00-0xf50 */
* U3 specific registers
/* U3 Toggle */
#define U3_TOGGLE_REG 0x00e0
#define U3_PMC_START_STOP 0x0001
#define U3_MPIC_RESET 0x0002
#define U3_MPIC_OUTPUT_ENABLE 0x0004
/* U3 API PHY Config 1 */
#define U3_API_PHY_CONFIG_1 0x23030
/* U3 HyperTransport registers */
#define U3_HT_CONFIG_BASE 0x70000
#define U3_HT_LINK_COMMAND 0x100
#define U3_HT_LINK_CONFIG 0x110
#define U3_HT_LINK_FREQ 0x120
#endif /* __ASM_UNINORTH_H__ */
#endif /* __KERNEL__ */