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/*
* This file is part of the coreboot project.
*
* Copyright (C) 2008-2009 coresystems GmbH
* Copyright 2013 Google Inc.
*
* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
* modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
* published by the Free Software Foundation; version 2 of
* the License.
*
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
* GNU General Public License for more details.
*/
#include <console/console.h>
#include <device/device.h>
#include <device/pci.h>
#include <device/pci_ids.h>
#include <device/pci_ops.h>
#include <pc80/mc146818rtc.h>
#include <pc80/isa-dma.h>
#include <pc80/i8259.h>
#include <arch/io.h>
#include <arch/ioapic.h>
#include <arch/acpi.h>
#include <arch/cpu.h>
#include <cpu/x86/smm.h>
#include <cbmem.h>
#include <string.h>
#include "nvs.h"
#include "pch.h"
#include <arch/acpigen.h>
#include <drivers/intel/gma/i915.h>
#include <southbridge/intel/common/acpi_pirq_gen.h>
#include <southbridge/intel/common/rtc.h>
#define NMI_OFF 0
#define ENABLE_ACPI_MODE_IN_COREBOOT 0
typedef struct southbridge_intel_lynxpoint_config config_t;
/**
* Set miscellanous static southbridge features.
*
* @param dev PCI device with I/O APIC control registers
*/
static void pch_enable_ioapic(struct device *dev)
{
u32 reg32;
/* Assign unique bus/dev/fn for I/O APIC */
pci_write_config16(dev, LPC_IBDF,
PCH_IOAPIC_PCI_BUS << 8 | PCH_IOAPIC_PCI_SLOT << 3);
/* Enable ACPI I/O range decode */
pci_write_config8(dev, ACPI_CNTL, ACPI_EN);
set_ioapic_id(VIO_APIC_VADDR, 0x02);
/* affirm full set of redirection table entries ("write once") */
reg32 = io_apic_read(VIO_APIC_VADDR, 0x01);
if (pch_is_lp()) {
/* PCH-LP has 39 redirection entries */
reg32 &= ~0x00ff0000;
reg32 |= 0x00270000;
}
io_apic_write(VIO_APIC_VADDR, 0x01, reg32);
/*
* Select Boot Configuration register (0x03) and
* use Processor System Bus (0x01) to deliver interrupts.
*/
io_apic_write(VIO_APIC_VADDR, 0x03, 0x01);
}
static void pch_enable_serial_irqs(struct device *dev)
{
/* Set packet length and toggle silent mode bit for one frame. */
pci_write_config8(dev, SERIRQ_CNTL,
(1 << 7) | (1 << 6) | ((21 - 17) << 2) | (0 << 0));
#if !CONFIG(SERIRQ_CONTINUOUS_MODE)
pci_write_config8(dev, SERIRQ_CNTL,
(1 << 7) | (0 << 6) | ((21 - 17) << 2) | (0 << 0));
#endif
}
/* PIRQ[n]_ROUT[3:0] - PIRQ Routing Control
* 0x00 - 0000 = Reserved
* 0x01 - 0001 = Reserved
* 0x02 - 0010 = Reserved
* 0x03 - 0011 = IRQ3
* 0x04 - 0100 = IRQ4
* 0x05 - 0101 = IRQ5
* 0x06 - 0110 = IRQ6
* 0x07 - 0111 = IRQ7
* 0x08 - 1000 = Reserved
* 0x09 - 1001 = IRQ9
* 0x0A - 1010 = IRQ10
* 0x0B - 1011 = IRQ11
* 0x0C - 1100 = IRQ12
* 0x0D - 1101 = Reserved
* 0x0E - 1110 = IRQ14
* 0x0F - 1111 = IRQ15
* PIRQ[n]_ROUT[7] - PIRQ Routing Control
* 0x80 - The PIRQ is not routed.
*/
static void pch_pirq_init(struct device *dev)
{
struct device *irq_dev;
/* Get the chip configuration */
config_t *config = dev->chip_info;
pci_write_config8(dev, PIRQA_ROUT, config->pirqa_routing);
pci_write_config8(dev, PIRQB_ROUT, config->pirqb_routing);
pci_write_config8(dev, PIRQC_ROUT, config->pirqc_routing);
pci_write_config8(dev, PIRQD_ROUT, config->pirqd_routing);
pci_write_config8(dev, PIRQE_ROUT, config->pirqe_routing);
pci_write_config8(dev, PIRQF_ROUT, config->pirqf_routing);
pci_write_config8(dev, PIRQG_ROUT, config->pirqg_routing);
pci_write_config8(dev, PIRQH_ROUT, config->pirqh_routing);
/* Eric Biederman once said we should let the OS do this.
* I am not so sure anymore he was right.
*/
for (irq_dev = all_devices; irq_dev; irq_dev = irq_dev->next) {
u8 int_pin=0, int_line=0;
if (!irq_dev->enabled || irq_dev->path.type != DEVICE_PATH_PCI)
continue;
int_pin = pci_read_config8(irq_dev, PCI_INTERRUPT_PIN);
switch (int_pin) {
case 1: /* INTA# */ int_line = config->pirqa_routing; break;
case 2: /* INTB# */ int_line = config->pirqb_routing; break;
case 3: /* INTC# */ int_line = config->pirqc_routing; break;
case 4: /* INTD# */ int_line = config->pirqd_routing; break;
}
if (!int_line)
continue;
pci_write_config8(irq_dev, PCI_INTERRUPT_LINE, int_line);
}
}
static void pch_gpi_routing(struct device *dev)
{
/* Get the chip configuration */
config_t *config = dev->chip_info;
u32 reg32 = 0;
/* An array would be much nicer here, or some
* other method of doing this.
*/
reg32 |= (config->gpi0_routing & 0x03) << 0;
reg32 |= (config->gpi1_routing & 0x03) << 2;
reg32 |= (config->gpi2_routing & 0x03) << 4;
reg32 |= (config->gpi3_routing & 0x03) << 6;
reg32 |= (config->gpi4_routing & 0x03) << 8;
reg32 |= (config->gpi5_routing & 0x03) << 10;
reg32 |= (config->gpi6_routing & 0x03) << 12;
reg32 |= (config->gpi7_routing & 0x03) << 14;
reg32 |= (config->gpi8_routing & 0x03) << 16;
reg32 |= (config->gpi9_routing & 0x03) << 18;
reg32 |= (config->gpi10_routing & 0x03) << 20;
reg32 |= (config->gpi11_routing & 0x03) << 22;
reg32 |= (config->gpi12_routing & 0x03) << 24;
reg32 |= (config->gpi13_routing & 0x03) << 26;
reg32 |= (config->gpi14_routing & 0x03) << 28;
reg32 |= (config->gpi15_routing & 0x03) << 30;
pci_write_config32(dev, GPIO_ROUT, reg32);
}
static void pch_power_options(struct device *dev)
{
u8 reg8;
u16 reg16;
u32 reg32;
const char *state;
/* Get the chip configuration */
config_t *config = dev->chip_info;
u16 pmbase = get_pmbase();
int pwr_on = CONFIG_MAINBOARD_POWER_FAILURE_STATE;
int nmi_option;
/* Which state do we want to goto after g3 (power restored)?
* 0 == S0 Full On
* 1 == S5 Soft Off
*
* If the option is not existent (Laptops), use Kconfig setting.
*/
get_option(&pwr_on, "power_on_after_fail");
reg16 = pci_read_config16(dev, GEN_PMCON_3);
reg16 &= 0xfffe;
switch (pwr_on) {
case MAINBOARD_POWER_OFF:
reg16 |= 1;
state = "off";
break;
case MAINBOARD_POWER_ON:
reg16 &= ~1;
state = "on";
break;
case MAINBOARD_POWER_KEEP:
reg16 &= ~1;
state = "state keep";
break;
default:
state = "undefined";
}
reg16 &= ~(3 << 4); /* SLP_S4# Assertion Stretch 4s */
reg16 |= (1 << 3); /* SLP_S4# Assertion Stretch Enable */
reg16 &= ~(1 << 10);
reg16 |= (1 << 11); /* SLP_S3# Min Assertion Width 50ms */
reg16 |= (1 << 12); /* Disable SLP stretch after SUS well */
pci_write_config16(dev, GEN_PMCON_3, reg16);
printk(BIOS_INFO, "Set power %s after power failure.\n", state);
/* Set up NMI on errors. */
reg8 = inb(0x61);
reg8 &= 0x0f; /* Higher Nibble must be 0 */
reg8 &= ~(1 << 3); /* IOCHK# NMI Enable */
// reg8 &= ~(1 << 2); /* PCI SERR# Enable */
reg8 |= (1 << 2); /* PCI SERR# Disable for now */
outb(reg8, 0x61);
reg8 = inb(0x70);
nmi_option = NMI_OFF;
get_option(&nmi_option, "nmi");
if (nmi_option) {
printk(BIOS_INFO, "NMI sources enabled.\n");
reg8 &= ~(1 << 7); /* Set NMI. */
} else {
printk(BIOS_INFO, "NMI sources disabled.\n");
reg8 |= (1 << 7); /* Can't mask NMI from PCI-E and NMI_NOW */
}
outb(reg8, 0x70);
/* Enable CPU_SLP# and Intel Speedstep, set SMI# rate down */
reg16 = pci_read_config16(dev, GEN_PMCON_1);
reg16 &= ~(3 << 0); // SMI# rate 1 minute
reg16 &= ~(1 << 10); // Disable BIOS_PCI_EXP_EN for native PME
pci_write_config16(dev, GEN_PMCON_1, reg16);
/*
* Set the board's GPI routing on LynxPoint-H.
* This is done as part of GPIO configuration on LynxPoint-LP.
*/
if (pch_is_lp())
pch_gpi_routing(dev);
/* GPE setup based on device tree configuration */
enable_all_gpe(config->gpe0_en_1, config->gpe0_en_2,
config->gpe0_en_3, config->gpe0_en_4);
/* SMI setup based on device tree configuration */
enable_alt_smi(config->alt_gp_smi_en);
/* Set up power management block and determine sleep mode */
reg32 = inl(pmbase + 0x04); // PM1_CNT
reg32 &= ~(7 << 10); // SLP_TYP
reg32 |= (1 << 0); // SCI_EN
outl(reg32, pmbase + 0x04);
/* Clear magic status bits to prevent unexpected wake */
reg32 = RCBA32(0x3310);
reg32 |= (1 << 4)|(1 << 5)|(1 << 0);
RCBA32(0x3310) = reg32;
reg16 = RCBA16(0x3f02);
reg16 &= ~0xf;
RCBA16(0x3f02) = reg16;
}
/* LynxPoint PCH Power Management init */
static void lpt_pm_init(struct device *dev)
{
printk(BIOS_DEBUG, "LynxPoint PM init\n");
}
const struct rcba_config_instruction lpt_lp_pm_rcba[] = {
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x232c, ~1, 0x00000000),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x1100, ~0xc000, 0xc000),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x1100, ~0, 0x00000100),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x1100, ~0, 0x0000003f),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x2320, ~0x60, 0x10),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x3314, 0, 0x00012fff),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x3318, 0, 0x0dcf0400),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x3324, 0, 0x04000000),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x3368, 0, 0x00041400),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x3388, 0, 0x3f8ddbff),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x33ac, 0, 0x00007001),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x33b0, 0, 0x00181900),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x33c0, 0, 0x00060A00),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x33d0, 0, 0x06200840),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x3a28, 0, 0x01010101),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x3a2c, 0, 0x04040404),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x2b1c, 0, 0x03808033),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x2b34, 0, 0x80000009),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x3348, 0, 0x022ddfff),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x334c, 0, 0x00000001),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x3358, 0, 0x0001c000),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x3380, 0, 0x3f8ddbff),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x3384, 0, 0x0001c7e1),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x338c, 0, 0x0001c7e1),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x3398, 0, 0x0001c000),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x33a8, 0, 0x00181900),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x33dc, 0, 0x00080000),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x33e0, 0, 0x00000001),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x3a20, 0, 0x00000404),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x3a24, 0, 0x01010101),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x3a30, 0, 0x01010101),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x0410, ~0, 0x00000003),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x2618, ~0, 0x08000000),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x2300, ~0, 0x00000002),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x2600, ~0, 0x00000008),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x33b4, 0, 0x00007001),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x3350, 0, 0x022ddfff),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x3354, 0, 0x00000001),
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x33d4, ~0, 0x08000000), /* Power Optimizer */
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x33c8, ~0, 0x00000080), /* Power Optimizer */
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x2b10, 0, 0x0000883c), /* Power Optimizer */
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x2b14, 0, 0x1e0a4616), /* Power Optimizer */
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x2b24, 0, 0x40000005), /* Power Optimizer */
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x2b20, 0, 0x0005db01), /* Power Optimizer */
RCBA_RMW_REG_32(0x3a80, 0, 0x05145005),
RCBA_END_CONFIG
};
/* LynxPoint LP PCH Power Management init */
static void lpt_lp_pm_init(struct device *dev)
{
struct southbridge_intel_lynxpoint_config *config = dev->chip_info;
u32 data;
printk(BIOS_DEBUG, "LynxPoint LP PM init\n");
pci_write_config8(dev, 0xa9, 0x46);
pch_config_rcba(lpt_lp_pm_rcba);
pci_write_config32(dev, 0xac,
pci_read_config32(dev, 0xac) | (1 << 21));
pch_iobp_update(0xED00015C, ~(1 << 11), 0x00003700);
pch_iobp_update(0xED000118, ~0UL, 0x00c00000);
pch_iobp_update(0xED000120, ~0UL, 0x00240000);
pch_iobp_update(0xCA000000, ~0UL, 0x00000009);
/* Set RCBA CIR28 0x3A84 based on SATA port enables */
data = 0x00001005;
/* Port 3 and 2 disabled */
if ((config->sata_port_map & ((1 << 3)|(1 << 2))) == 0)
data |= (1 << 24) | (1 << 26);
/* Port 1 and 0 disabled */
if ((config->sata_port_map & ((1 << 1)|(1 << 0))) == 0)
data |= (1 << 20) | (1 << 18);
RCBA32(0x3a84) = data;
/* Set RCBA 0x2b1c[29]=1 if DSP disabled */
if (RCBA32(FD) & PCH_DISABLE_ADSPD)
RCBA32_OR(0x2b1c, (1 << 29));
/* Lock */
RCBA32_OR(0x3a6c, 0x00000001);
/* Set RCBA 0x33D4 after other setup */
RCBA32_OR(0x33d4, 0x2fff2fb1);
/* Set RCBA 0x33C8[15]=1 as last step */
RCBA32_OR(0x33c8, (1 << 15));
}
static void enable_hpet(struct device *const dev)
{
u32 reg32;
size_t i;
/* Assign unique bus/dev/fn for each HPET */
for (i = 0; i < 8; ++i)
pci_write_config16(dev, LPC_HnBDF(i),
PCH_HPET_PCI_BUS << 8 | PCH_HPET_PCI_SLOT << 3 | i);
/* Move HPET to default address 0xfed00000 and enable it */
reg32 = RCBA32(HPTC);
reg32 |= (1 << 7); // HPET Address Enable
reg32 &= ~(3 << 0);
RCBA32(HPTC) = reg32;
/* Read it back to stick. It's affected by posted write syndrome. */
reg32 = RCBA32(HPTC);
}
static void enable_clock_gating(struct device *dev)
{
/* LynxPoint Mobile */
u32 reg32;
u16 reg16;
/* DMI */
RCBA32_AND_OR(0x2234, ~0UL, 0xf);
reg16 = pci_read_config16(dev, GEN_PMCON_1);
reg16 |= (1 << 11) | (1 << 12) | (1 << 14);
reg16 |= (1 << 2); // PCI CLKRUN# Enable
pci_write_config16(dev, GEN_PMCON_1, reg16);
RCBA32_OR(0x900, (1 << 14));
reg32 = RCBA32(CG);
reg32 |= (1 << 22); // HDA Dynamic
reg32 |= (1UL << 31); // LPC Dynamic
reg32 |= (1 << 16); // PCIe Dynamic
reg32 |= (1 << 27); // HPET Dynamic
reg32 |= (1 << 28); // GPIO Dynamic
RCBA32(CG) = reg32;
RCBA32_OR(0x38c0, 0x7); // SPI Dynamic
}
static void enable_lp_clock_gating(struct device *dev)
{
/* LynxPoint LP */
u32 reg32;
u16 reg16;
/* DMI */
RCBA32_AND_OR(0x2234, ~0UL, 0xf);
reg16 = pci_read_config16(dev, GEN_PMCON_1);
reg16 &= ~((1 << 11) | (1 << 14));
reg16 |= (1 << 5) | (1 << 6) | (1 << 7) | (1 << 12) | (1 << 13);
reg16 |= (1 << 2); // PCI CLKRUN# Enable
pci_write_config16(dev, GEN_PMCON_1, reg16);
reg32 = pci_read_config32(dev, 0x64);
reg32 |= (1 << 6);
pci_write_config32(dev, 0x64, reg32);
/*
* RCBA + 0x2614[27:25,14:13,10,8] = 101,11,1,1
* RCBA + 0x2614[23:16] = 0x20
* RCBA + 0x2614[30:28] = 0x0
* RCBA + 0x2614[26] = 1 (IF 0:2.0@0x08 >= 0x0b)
*/
RCBA32_AND_OR(0x2614, 0x8bffffff, 0x0a206500);
/* Check for LPT-LP B2 stepping and 0:31.0@0xFA > 4 */
struct device *const gma = pcidev_on_root(2, 0);
if (gma && pci_read_config8(gma, 0x8) >= 0x0b)
RCBA32_OR(0x2614, (1 << 26));
RCBA32_OR(0x900, 0x0000031f);
reg32 = RCBA32(CG);
if (RCBA32(0x3454) & (1 << 4))
reg32 &= ~(1 << 29); // LPC Dynamic
else
reg32 |= (1 << 29); // LPC Dynamic
reg32 |= (1UL << 31); // LP LPC
reg32 |= (1 << 30); // LP BLA
reg32 |= (1 << 28); // GPIO Dynamic
reg32 |= (1 << 27); // HPET Dynamic
reg32 |= (1 << 26); // Generic Platform Event Clock
if (RCBA32(BUC) & PCH_DISABLE_GBE)
reg32 |= (1 << 23); // GbE Static
reg32 |= (1 << 22); // HDA Dynamic
reg32 |= (1 << 16); // PCI Dynamic
RCBA32(CG) = reg32;
RCBA32_OR(0x3434, 0x7); // LP LPC
RCBA32_AND_OR(0x333c, 0xffcfffff, 0x00c00000); // SATA
RCBA32_OR(0x38c0, 0x3c07); // SPI Dynamic
pch_iobp_update(0xCF000000, ~0UL, 0x00007001);
pch_iobp_update(0xCE00C000, ~1UL, 0x00000000); // bit0=0 in BWG 1.4.0
}
static void pch_set_acpi_mode(void)
{
#if CONFIG(HAVE_SMI_HANDLER)
if (!acpi_is_wakeup_s3()) {
#if ENABLE_ACPI_MODE_IN_COREBOOT
printk(BIOS_DEBUG, "Enabling ACPI via APMC:\n");
outb(APM_CNT_ACPI_ENABLE, APM_CNT);
printk(BIOS_DEBUG, "done.\n");
#else
printk(BIOS_DEBUG, "Disabling ACPI via APMC:\n");
outb(APM_CNT_ACPI_DISABLE, APM_CNT);
printk(BIOS_DEBUG, "done.\n");
#endif
}
#endif /* CONFIG_HAVE_SMI_HANDLER */
}
static void pch_disable_smm_only_flashing(struct device *dev)
{
u8 reg8;
printk(BIOS_SPEW, "Enabling BIOS updates outside of SMM... ");
reg8 = pci_read_config8(dev, 0xdc); /* BIOS_CNTL */
reg8 &= ~(1 << 5);
pci_write_config8(dev, 0xdc, reg8);
}
static void pch_fixups(struct device *dev)
{
u8 gen_pmcon_2;
/* Indicate DRAM init done for MRC S3 to know it can resume */
gen_pmcon_2 = pci_read_config8(dev, GEN_PMCON_2);
gen_pmcon_2 |= (1 << 7);
pci_write_config8(dev, GEN_PMCON_2, gen_pmcon_2);
/*
* Enable DMI ASPM in the PCH
*/
RCBA32_AND_OR(0x2304, ~(1 << 10), 0);
RCBA32_OR(0x21a4, (1 << 11)|(1 << 10));
RCBA32_OR(0x21a8, 0x3);
}
static void lpc_init(struct device *dev)
{
printk(BIOS_DEBUG, "pch: lpc_init\n");
/* Set the value for PCI command register. */
pci_write_config16(dev, PCI_COMMAND, 0x000f);
/* IO APIC initialization. */
pch_enable_ioapic(dev);
pch_enable_serial_irqs(dev);
/* Setup the PIRQ. */
pch_pirq_init(dev);
/* Setup power options. */
pch_power_options(dev);
/* Initialize power management */
if (pch_is_lp()) {
lpt_lp_pm_init(dev);
enable_lp_clock_gating(dev);
} else {
lpt_pm_init(dev);
enable_clock_gating(dev);
}
/* Initialize the real time clock. */
sb_rtc_init();
/* Initialize ISA DMA. */
isa_dma_init();
/* Initialize the High Precision Event Timers, if present. */
enable_hpet(dev);
setup_i8259();
/* Interrupt 9 should be level triggered (SCI) */
i8259_configure_irq_trigger(9, 1);
pch_disable_smm_only_flashing(dev);
pch_set_acpi_mode();
pch_fixups(dev);
}
static void pch_lpc_add_mmio_resources(struct device *dev)
{
u32 reg;
struct resource *res;
const u32 default_decode_base = IO_APIC_ADDR;
/*
* Just report all resources from IO-APIC base to 4GiB. Don't mark
* them reserved as that may upset the OS if this range is marked
* as reserved in the e820.
*/
res = new_resource(dev, OIC);
res->base = default_decode_base;
res->size = 0 - default_decode_base;
res->flags = IORESOURCE_MEM | IORESOURCE_ASSIGNED | IORESOURCE_FIXED;
/* RCBA */
if ((uintptr_t)DEFAULT_RCBA < default_decode_base) {
res = new_resource(dev, RCBA);
res->base = (resource_t)(uintptr_t)DEFAULT_RCBA;
res->size = 16 * 1024;
res->flags = IORESOURCE_MEM | IORESOURCE_ASSIGNED |
IORESOURCE_FIXED | IORESOURCE_RESERVE;
}
/* Check LPC Memory Decode register. */
reg = pci_read_config32(dev, LGMR);
if (reg & 1) {
reg &= ~0xffff;
if (reg < default_decode_base) {
res = new_resource(dev, LGMR);
res->base = reg;
res->size = 16 * 1024;
res->flags = IORESOURCE_MEM | IORESOURCE_ASSIGNED |
IORESOURCE_FIXED | IORESOURCE_RESERVE;
}
}
}
/* Default IO range claimed by the LPC device. The upper bound is exclusive. */
#define LPC_DEFAULT_IO_RANGE_LOWER 0
#define LPC_DEFAULT_IO_RANGE_UPPER 0x1000
static inline int pch_io_range_in_default(int base, int size)
{
/* Does it start above the range? */
if (base >= LPC_DEFAULT_IO_RANGE_UPPER)
return 0;
/* Is it entirely contained? */
if (base >= LPC_DEFAULT_IO_RANGE_LOWER &&
(base + size) < LPC_DEFAULT_IO_RANGE_UPPER)
return 1;
/* This will return not in range for partial overlaps. */
return 0;
}
/*
* Note: this function assumes there is no overlap with the default LPC device's
* claimed range: LPC_DEFAULT_IO_RANGE_LOWER -> LPC_DEFAULT_IO_RANGE_UPPER.
*/
static void pch_lpc_add_io_resource(struct device *dev, u16 base, u16 size,
int index)
{
struct resource *res;
if (pch_io_range_in_default(base, size))
return;
res = new_resource(dev, index);
res->base = base;
res->size = size;
res->flags = IORESOURCE_IO | IORESOURCE_ASSIGNED | IORESOURCE_FIXED;
}
static void pch_lpc_add_gen_io_resources(struct device *dev, int reg_value,
int index)
{
/*
* Check if the register is enabled. If so and the base exceeds the
* device's default, claim range and add the resource.
*/
if (reg_value & 1) {
u16 base = reg_value & 0xfffc;
u16 size = (0x3 | ((reg_value >> 16) & 0xfc)) + 1;
pch_lpc_add_io_resource(dev, base, size, index);
}
}
static void pch_lpc_add_io_resources(struct device *dev)
{
struct resource *res;
config_t *config = dev->chip_info;
/* Add the default claimed IO range for the LPC device. */
res = new_resource(dev, 0);
res->base = LPC_DEFAULT_IO_RANGE_LOWER;
res->size = LPC_DEFAULT_IO_RANGE_UPPER - LPC_DEFAULT_IO_RANGE_LOWER;
res->flags = IORESOURCE_IO | IORESOURCE_ASSIGNED | IORESOURCE_FIXED;
/* GPIOBASE */
pch_lpc_add_io_resource(dev, get_gpiobase(), DEFAULT_GPIOSIZE,
GPIO_BASE);
/* PMBASE */
pch_lpc_add_io_resource(dev, get_pmbase(), 256, PMBASE);
/* LPC Generic IO Decode range. */
pch_lpc_add_gen_io_resources(dev, config->gen1_dec, LPC_GEN1_DEC);
pch_lpc_add_gen_io_resources(dev, config->gen2_dec, LPC_GEN2_DEC);
pch_lpc_add_gen_io_resources(dev, config->gen3_dec, LPC_GEN3_DEC);
pch_lpc_add_gen_io_resources(dev, config->gen4_dec, LPC_GEN4_DEC);
}
static void pch_lpc_read_resources(struct device *dev)
{
global_nvs_t *gnvs;
/* Get the normal PCI resources of this device. */
pci_dev_read_resources(dev);
/* Add non-standard MMIO resources. */
pch_lpc_add_mmio_resources(dev);
/* Add IO resources. */
pch_lpc_add_io_resources(dev);
/* Allocate ACPI NVS in CBMEM */
gnvs = cbmem_add(CBMEM_ID_ACPI_GNVS, sizeof(global_nvs_t));
if (!acpi_is_wakeup_s3() && gnvs)
memset(gnvs, 0, sizeof(global_nvs_t));
}
static void pch_lpc_enable(struct device *dev)
{
/* Enable PCH Display Port */
RCBA16(DISPBDF) = 0x0010;
RCBA32_OR(FD2, PCH_ENABLE_DBDF);
pch_enable(dev);
}
static void southbridge_inject_dsdt(struct device *dev)
{
global_nvs_t *gnvs;
gnvs = cbmem_find(CBMEM_ID_ACPI_GNVS);
if (!gnvs) {
gnvs = cbmem_add(CBMEM_ID_ACPI_GNVS, sizeof(*gnvs));
if (gnvs)
memset(gnvs, 0, sizeof(*gnvs));
}
if (gnvs) {
const struct i915_gpu_controller_info *gfx = intel_gma_get_controller_info();
acpi_create_gnvs(gnvs);
gnvs->apic = 1;
gnvs->mpen = 1; /* Enable Multi Processing */
gnvs->pcnt = dev_count_cpu();
#if CONFIG(CHROMEOS)
chromeos_init_chromeos_acpi(&(gnvs->chromeos));
#endif
/* Update the mem console pointer. */
gnvs->cbmc = (u32)cbmem_find(CBMEM_ID_CONSOLE);
if (gfx) {
gnvs->ndid = gfx->ndid;
memcpy(gnvs->did, gfx->did, sizeof(gnvs->did));
}
/* And tell SMI about it */
smm_setup_structures(gnvs, NULL, NULL);
/* Add it to DSDT. */
acpigen_write_scope("\\");
acpigen_write_name_dword("NVSA", (u32) gnvs);
acpigen_pop_len();
}
}
void acpi_fill_fadt(acpi_fadt_t *fadt)
{
struct device *dev = pcidev_on_root(0x1f, 0);
struct southbridge_intel_lynxpoint_config *cfg = dev->chip_info;
u16 pmbase = get_pmbase();
fadt->sci_int = 0x9;
fadt->smi_cmd = APM_CNT;
fadt->acpi_enable = APM_CNT_ACPI_ENABLE;
fadt->acpi_disable = APM_CNT_ACPI_DISABLE;
fadt->s4bios_req = 0x0;
fadt->pstate_cnt = 0;
fadt->pm1a_evt_blk = pmbase + PM1_STS;
fadt->pm1b_evt_blk = 0x0;
fadt->pm1a_cnt_blk = pmbase + PM1_CNT;
fadt->pm1b_cnt_blk = 0x0;
fadt->pm2_cnt_blk = pmbase + PM2_CNT;
fadt->pm_tmr_blk = pmbase + PM1_TMR;
if (pch_is_lp())
fadt->gpe0_blk = pmbase + LP_GPE0_STS_1;
else
fadt->gpe0_blk = pmbase + GPE0_STS;
fadt->gpe1_blk = 0;
/*
* Some of the lengths here are doubled. This is because they describe
* blocks containing two registers, where the size of each register
* is found by halving the block length. See Table 5-34 and section
* 4.8.3 of the ACPI specification for details.
*/
fadt->pm1_evt_len = 2 * 2;
fadt->pm1_cnt_len = 2;
fadt->pm2_cnt_len = 1;
fadt->pm_tmr_len = 4;
if (pch_is_lp())
fadt->gpe0_blk_len = 2 * 16;
else
fadt->gpe0_blk_len = 2 * 8;
fadt->gpe1_blk_len = 0;
fadt->gpe1_base = 0;
fadt->cst_cnt = 0;
fadt->p_lvl2_lat = 1;
fadt->p_lvl3_lat = 87;
fadt->flush_size = 0;
fadt->flush_stride = 0;
fadt->duty_offset = 0;
fadt->duty_width = 0;
fadt->day_alrm = 0xd;
fadt->mon_alrm = 0x00;
fadt->century = 0x00;
fadt->iapc_boot_arch = ACPI_FADT_LEGACY_DEVICES | ACPI_FADT_8042;
fadt->flags = ACPI_FADT_WBINVD |
ACPI_FADT_C1_SUPPORTED |
ACPI_FADT_C2_MP_SUPPORTED |
ACPI_FADT_SLEEP_BUTTON |
ACPI_FADT_RESET_REGISTER |
ACPI_FADT_SEALED_CASE |
ACPI_FADT_S4_RTC_WAKE |
ACPI_FADT_PLATFORM_CLOCK;
if (cfg->docking_supported)
fadt->flags |= ACPI_FADT_DOCKING_SUPPORTED;
fadt->reset_reg.space_id = ACPI_ADDRESS_SPACE_IO;
fadt->reset_reg.bit_width = 8;
fadt->reset_reg.bit_offset = 0;
fadt->reset_reg.access_size = ACPI_ACCESS_SIZE_BYTE_ACCESS;
fadt->reset_reg.addrl = 0xcf9;
fadt->reset_reg.addrh = 0;
fadt->reset_value = 6;
fadt->x_pm1a_evt_blk.space_id = ACPI_ADDRESS_SPACE_IO;
fadt->x_pm1a_evt_blk.bit_width = 2 * 16;
fadt->x_pm1a_evt_blk.bit_offset = 0;
fadt->x_pm1a_evt_blk.access_size = ACPI_ACCESS_SIZE_WORD_ACCESS;
fadt->x_pm1a_evt_blk.addrl = pmbase + PM1_STS;
fadt->x_pm1a_evt_blk.addrh = 0x0;
fadt->x_pm1b_evt_blk.space_id = ACPI_ADDRESS_SPACE_IO;
fadt->x_pm1b_evt_blk.bit_width = 0;
fadt->x_pm1b_evt_blk.bit_offset = 0;
fadt->x_pm1b_evt_blk.access_size = 0;
fadt->x_pm1b_evt_blk.addrl = 0x0;
fadt->x_pm1b_evt_blk.addrh = 0x0;
fadt->x_pm1a_cnt_blk.space_id = ACPI_ADDRESS_SPACE_IO;
fadt->x_pm1a_cnt_blk.bit_width = 16;
fadt->x_pm1a_cnt_blk.bit_offset = 0;
fadt->x_pm1a_cnt_blk.access_size = ACPI_ACCESS_SIZE_WORD_ACCESS;
fadt->x_pm1a_cnt_blk.addrl = pmbase + PM1_CNT;
fadt->x_pm1a_cnt_blk.addrh = 0x0;
fadt->x_pm1b_cnt_blk.space_id = ACPI_ADDRESS_SPACE_IO;
fadt->x_pm1b_cnt_blk.bit_width = 0;
fadt->x_pm1b_cnt_blk.bit_offset = 0;
fadt->x_pm1b_cnt_blk.access_size = 0;
fadt->x_pm1b_cnt_blk.addrl = 0x0;
fadt->x_pm1b_cnt_blk.addrh = 0x0;
fadt->x_pm2_cnt_blk.space_id = ACPI_ADDRESS_SPACE_IO;
fadt->x_pm2_cnt_blk.bit_width = 8;
fadt->x_pm2_cnt_blk.bit_offset = 0;
fadt->x_pm2_cnt_blk.access_size = ACPI_ACCESS_SIZE_BYTE_ACCESS;
fadt->x_pm2_cnt_blk.addrl = pmbase + PM2_CNT;
fadt->x_pm2_cnt_blk.addrh = 0x0;
fadt->x_pm_tmr_blk.space_id = ACPI_ADDRESS_SPACE_IO;
fadt->x_pm_tmr_blk.bit_width = 32;
fadt->x_pm_tmr_blk.bit_offset = 0;
fadt->x_pm_tmr_blk.access_size = ACPI_ACCESS_SIZE_DWORD_ACCESS;
fadt->x_pm_tmr_blk.addrl = pmbase + PM1_TMR;
fadt->x_pm_tmr_blk.addrh = 0x0;
/*
* We don't set `fadt->x_gpe0_blk` for Lynx Point LP since the correct
* bit width is 128 * 2, which is too large for an 8 bit unsigned int.
* The OSPM can instead use the values in `fadt->gpe0_blk{,_len}`.
*/
if (!pch_is_lp()) {
fadt->x_gpe0_blk.space_id = ACPI_ADDRESS_SPACE_IO;
fadt->x_gpe0_blk.bit_width = 2 * 64;
fadt->x_gpe0_blk.bit_offset = 0;
fadt->x_gpe0_blk.access_size = ACPI_ACCESS_SIZE_BYTE_ACCESS;
fadt->x_gpe0_blk.addrl = pmbase + GPE0_STS;
fadt->x_gpe0_blk.addrh = 0x0;
} else {
fadt->x_gpe0_blk.space_id = ACPI_ADDRESS_SPACE_IO;
fadt->x_gpe0_blk.bit_width = 0;
fadt->x_gpe0_blk.bit_offset = 0;
fadt->x_gpe0_blk.access_size = 0;
fadt->x_gpe0_blk.addrl = 0x0;
fadt->x_gpe0_blk.addrh = 0x0;
}
fadt->x_gpe1_blk.space_id = ACPI_ADDRESS_SPACE_IO;
fadt->x_gpe1_blk.bit_width = 0;
fadt->x_gpe1_blk.bit_offset = 0;
fadt->x_gpe1_blk.access_size = 0;
fadt->x_gpe1_blk.addrl = 0x0;
fadt->x_gpe1_blk.addrh = 0x0;
}
static const char *lpc_acpi_name(const struct device *dev)
{
return "LPCB";
}
static void southbridge_fill_ssdt(struct device *dev)
{
intel_acpi_gen_def_acpi_pirq(dev);
}
static unsigned long southbridge_write_acpi_tables(struct device *device,
unsigned long start,
struct acpi_rsdp *rsdp)
{
unsigned long current;
acpi_hpet_t *hpet;
acpi_header_t *ssdt;
current = start;
/* Align ACPI tables to 16byte */
current = acpi_align_current(current);
/*
* We explicitly add these tables later on:
*/
printk(BIOS_DEBUG, "ACPI: * HPET\n");
hpet = (acpi_hpet_t *) current;
current += sizeof(acpi_hpet_t);
current = acpi_align_current(current);
acpi_create_intel_hpet(hpet);
acpi_add_table(rsdp, hpet);
current = acpi_align_current(current);
printk(BIOS_DEBUG, "ACPI: * SSDT2\n");
ssdt = (acpi_header_t *)current;
acpi_create_serialio_ssdt(ssdt);
current += ssdt->length;
acpi_add_table(rsdp, ssdt);
current = acpi_align_current(current);
printk(BIOS_DEBUG, "current = %lx\n", current);
return current;
}
static void lpc_final(struct device *dev)
{
RCBA16(0x3894) = SPI_OPPREFIX;
RCBA16(0x3896) = SPI_OPTYPE;
RCBA32(0x3898) = SPI_OPMENU_LOWER;
RCBA32(0x389c) = SPI_OPMENU_UPPER;
if (acpi_is_wakeup_s3() || CONFIG(INTEL_CHIPSET_LOCKDOWN))
outb(APM_CNT_FINALIZE, APM_CNT);
}
static struct pci_operations pci_ops = {
.set_subsystem = pci_dev_set_subsystem,
};
static struct device_operations device_ops = {
.read_resources = pch_lpc_read_resources,
.set_resources = pci_dev_set_resources,
.enable_resources = pci_dev_enable_resources,
.acpi_fill_ssdt_generator = southbridge_fill_ssdt,
.acpi_inject_dsdt_generator = southbridge_inject_dsdt,
.acpi_name = lpc_acpi_name,
.write_acpi_tables = southbridge_write_acpi_tables,
.init = lpc_init,
.final = lpc_final,
.enable = pch_lpc_enable,
.scan_bus = scan_lpc_bus,
.ops_pci = &pci_ops,
};
/* IDs for LPC device of Intel 8 Series Chipset (Lynx Point) */
static const unsigned short pci_device_ids[] = {
0x8c41, /* Mobile Full Featured Engineering Sample. */
0x8c42, /* Desktop Full Featured Engineering Sample. */
0x8c44, /* Z87 SKU */
0x8c46, /* Z85 SKU */
0x8c49, /* HM86 SKU */
0x8c4a, /* H87 SKU */
0x8c4b, /* HM87 SKU */
0x8c4c, /* Q85 SKU */
0x8c4e, /* Q87 SKU */
0x8c4f, /* QM87 SKU */
0x8c50, /* B85 SKU */
0x8c52, /* C222 SKU */
0x8c54, /* C224 SKU */
0x8c56, /* C226 SKU */
0x8c5c, /* H81 SKU */
0x9c41, /* LP Full Featured Engineering Sample */
0x9c43, /* LP Premium SKU */
0x9c45, /* LP Mainstream SKU */
0x9c47, /* LP Value SKU */
0 };
static const struct pci_driver pch_lpc __pci_driver = {
.ops = &device_ops,
.vendor = PCI_VENDOR_ID_INTEL,
.devices = pci_device_ids,
};