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*/
/*
* This SPI flash programming interface is designed to talk to a Chromium OS
* device over a Raiden USB connection. The USB connection is routed to a
* microcontroller running an image compiled from:
*
* https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromiumos/platform/ec
*
* The protocol for the USB-SPI bridge is implemented in the following files
* in that repository:
*
* chip/stm32/usb_spi.h
* chip/stm32/usb_spi.c
*
* bInterfaceProtocol determines which protocol is used by the USB SPI device.
*
*
* USB SPI Version 1:
*
* SPI transactions of up to 62B in each direction with every command having
* a response. The initial packet from host contains a 2B header indicating
* write and read counts with an optional payload length equal to the write
* count. The device will respond with a message that reports the 2B status
* code and an optional payload response length equal to read count.
*
*
* Message Packets:
*
* Command First Packet (Host to Device):
*
* USB SPI command, containing the number of bytes to write and read
* and a payload of bytes to write.
*
* +------------------+-----------------+------------------------+
* | write count : 1B | read count : 1B | write payload : <= 62B |
* +------------------+-----------------+------------------------+
*
* write count: 1 byte, zero based count of bytes to write
*
* read count: 1 byte, zero based count of bytes to read. Full duplex
* mode is enabled with UINT8_MAX
*
* write payload: Up to 62 bytes of data to write to SPI, the total
* length of all TX packets must match write count.
* Due to data alignment constraints, this must be an
* even number of bytes unless this is the final packet.
*
* Response Packet (Device to Host):
*
* USB SPI response, containing the status code and any bytes of the
* read payload.
*
* +-------------+-----------------------+
* | status : 2B | read payload : <= 62B |
* +-------------+-----------------------+
*
* status: 2 byte status
* 0x0000: Success
* 0x0001: SPI timeout
* 0x0002: Busy, try again
* This can happen if someone else has acquired the shared memory
* buffer that the SPI driver uses as /dev/null
* 0x0003: Write count invalid (over 62 bytes)
* 0x0004: Read count invalid (over 62 bytes)
* 0x0005: The SPI bridge is disabled.
* 0x8000: Unknown error mask
* The bottom 15 bits will contain the bottom 15 bits from the EC
* error code.
*
* read payload: Up to 62 bytes of data read from SPI, the total
* length of all RX packets must match read count
* unless an error status was returned. Due to data
* alignment constraints, this must be a even number
* of bytes unless this is the final packet.
*
*
* USB SPI Version 2:
*
* USB SPI version 2 adds support for larger SPI transfers and reduces the
* number of USB packets transferred. This improves performance when
* writing or reading large chunks of memory from a device. A packet ID
* field is used to distinguish the different packet types. Additional
* packets have been included to query the device for its configuration
* allowing the interface to be used on platforms with different SPI
* limitations. It includes validation and a packet to recover from the
* situations where USB packets are lost.
*
* The USB SPI hosts which support packet version 2 are backwards compatible
* and use the bInterfaceProtocol field to identify which type of target
* they are connected to.
*
*
* Example: USB SPI request with 128 byte write and 0 byte read.
*
* Packet #1 Host to Device:
* packet id = USB_SPI_PKT_ID_CMD_TRANSFER_START
* write count = 128
* read count = 0
* payload = First 58 bytes from the write buffer,
* starting at byte 0 in the buffer
* packet size = 64 bytes
*
* Packet #2 Host to Device:
* packet id = USB_SPI_PKT_ID_CMD_TRANSFER_CONTINUE
* data index = 58
* payload = Next 60 bytes from the write buffer,
* starting at byte 58 in the buffer
* packet size = 64 bytes
*
* Packet #3 Host to Device:
* packet id = USB_SPI_PKT_ID_CMD_TRANSFER_CONTINUE
* data index = 118
* payload = Next 10 bytes from the write buffer,
* starting at byte 118 in the buffer
* packet size = 14 bytes
*
* Packet #4 Device to Host:
* packet id = USB_SPI_PKT_ID_RSP_TRANSFER_START
* status code = status code from device
* payload = 0 bytes
* packet size = 4 bytes
*
* Example: USB SPI request with 2 byte write and 100 byte read.
*
* Packet #1 Host to Device:
* packet id = USB_SPI_PKT_ID_CMD_TRANSFER_START
* write count = 2
* read count = 100
* payload = The 2 byte write buffer
* packet size = 8 bytes
*
* Packet #2 Device to Host:
* packet id = USB_SPI_PKT_ID_RSP_TRANSFER_START
* status code = status code from device
* payload = First 60 bytes from the read buffer,
* starting at byte 0 in the buffer
* packet size = 64 bytes
*
* Packet #3 Device to Host:
* packet id = USB_SPI_PKT_ID_RSP_TRANSFER_CONTINUE
* data index = 60
* payload = Next 40 bytes from the read buffer,
* starting at byte 60 in the buffer
* packet size = 44 bytes
*
*
* Message Packets:
*
* Command Start Packet (Host to Device):
*
* Start of the USB SPI command, contains the number of bytes to write
* and read on SPI and up to the first 58 bytes of write payload.
* Longer writes will use the continue packets with packet id
* USB_SPI_PKT_ID_CMD_TRANSFER_CONTINUE to transmit the remaining data.
*
* +----------------+------------------+-----------------+---------------+
* | packet id : 2B | write count : 2B | read count : 2B | w.p. : <= 58B |
* +----------------+------------------+-----------------+---------------+
*
* packet id: 2 byte enum defined by packet_id_type
* Valid values packet id = USB_SPI_PKT_ID_CMD_TRANSFER_START
*
* write count: 2 byte, zero based count of bytes to write
*
* read count: 2 byte, zero based count of bytes to read
* UINT16_MAX indicates full duplex mode with a read count
* equal to the write count.
*
* write payload: Up to 58 bytes of data to write to SPI, the total
* length of all TX packets must match write count.
* Due to data alignment constraints, this must be an
* even number of bytes unless this is the final packet.
*
*
* Response Start Packet (Device to Host):
*
* Start of the USB SPI response, contains the status code and up to
* the first 60 bytes of read payload. Longer reads will use the
* continue packets with packet id USB_SPI_PKT_ID_RSP_TRANSFER_CONTINUE
* to transmit the remaining data.
*
* +----------------+------------------+-----------------------+
* | packet id : 2B | status code : 2B | read payload : <= 60B |
* +----------------+------------------+-----------------------+
*
* packet id: 2 byte enum defined by packet_id_type
* Valid values packet id = USB_SPI_PKT_ID_RSP_TRANSFER_START
*
* status code: 2 byte status code
* 0x0000: Success
* 0x0001: SPI timeout
* 0x0002: Busy, try again
* This can happen if someone else has acquired the shared memory
* buffer that the SPI driver uses as /dev/null
* 0x0003: Write count invalid. The byte limit is platform specific
* and is set during the configure USB SPI response.
* 0x0004: Read count invalid. The byte limit is platform specific
* and is set during the configure USB SPI response.
* 0x0005: The SPI bridge is disabled.
* 0x0006: The RX continue packet's data index is invalid. This
* can indicate a USB transfer failure to the device.
* 0x0007: The RX endpoint has received more data than write count.
* This can indicate a USB transfer failure to the device.
* 0x0008: An unexpected packet arrived that the device could not
* process.
* 0x0009: The device does not support full duplex mode.
* 0x8000: Unknown error mask
* The bottom 15 bits will contain the bottom 15 bits from the EC
* error code.
*
* read payload: Up to 60 bytes of data read from SPI, the total
* length of all RX packets must match read count
* unless an error status was returned. Due to data
* alignment constraints, this must be a even number
* of bytes unless this is the final packet.
*
*
* Continue Packet (Bidirectional):
*
* Continuation packet for the writes and read buffers. Both packets
* follow the same format, a data index counts the number of bytes
* previously transferred in the USB SPI transfer and a payload of bytes.
*
* +----------------+-----------------+-------------------------------+
* | packet id : 2B | data index : 2B | write / read payload : <= 60B |
* +----------------+-----------------+-------------------------------+
*
* packet id: 2 byte enum defined by packet_id_type
* The packet id has 2 values depending on direction:
* packet id = USB_SPI_PKT_ID_CMD_TRANSFER_CONTINUE
* indicates the packet is being transmitted from the host
* to the device and contains SPI write payload.
* packet id = USB_SPI_PKT_ID_RSP_TRANSFER_CONTINUE
* indicates the packet is being transmitted from the device
* to the host and contains SPI read payload.
*
* data index: The data index indicates the number of bytes in the
* read or write buffers that have already been transmitted.
* It is used to validate that no packets have been dropped
* and that the prior packets have been correctly decoded.
* This value corresponds to the offset bytes in the buffer
* to start copying the payload into.
*
* read and write payload:
* Contains up to 60 bytes of payload data to transfer to
* the SPI write buffer or from the SPI read buffer.
*
*
* Command Get Configuration Packet (Host to Device):
*
* Query the device to request its USB SPI configuration indicating
* the number of bytes it can write and read.
*
* +----------------+
* | packet id : 2B |
* +----------------+
*
* packet id: 2 byte enum USB_SPI_PKT_ID_CMD_GET_USB_SPI_CONFIG
*
* Response Configuration Packet (Device to Host):
*
* Response packet form the device to report the maximum write and
* read size supported by the device.
*
* +----------------+----------------+---------------+----------------+
* | packet id : 2B | max write : 2B | max read : 2B | feature bitmap |
* +----------------+----------------+---------------+----------------+
*
* packet id: 2 byte enum USB_SPI_PKT_ID_RSP_USB_SPI_CONFIG
*
* max write count: 2 byte count of the maximum number of bytes
* the device can write to SPI in one transaction.
*
* max read count: 2 byte count of the maximum number of bytes
* the device can read from SPI in one transaction.
*
* feature bitmap: Bitmap of supported features.
* BIT(0): Full duplex SPI mode is supported
* BIT(1:15): Reserved for future use
*
* Command Restart Response Packet (Host to Device):
*
* Command to restart the response transfer from the device. This enables
* the host to recover from a lost packet when reading the response
* without restarting the SPI transfer.
*
* +----------------+
* | packet id : 2B |
* +----------------+
*
* packet id: 2 byte enum USB_SPI_PKT_ID_CMD_RESTART_RESPONSE
*
* USB Error Codes:
*
* send_command return codes have the following format:
*
* 0x00000: Status code success.
* 0x00001-0x0FFFF: Error code returned by the USB SPI device.
* 0x10001-0x1FFFF: Error code returned by the USB SPI host.
* 0x20001-0x20063 Lower bits store the positive value representation
* of the libusb_error enum. See the libusb documentation:
* http://libusb.sourceforge.net/api-1.0/group__misc.html
*/
#include "programmer.h"
#include "spi.h"
#include "usb_device.h"
#include <libusb.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <unistd.h>
/* FIXME: Add some programmer IDs here */
const struct dev_entry devs_raiden[] = {
{0},
};
#define GOOGLE_VID (0x18D1)
#define GOOGLE_RAIDEN_SPI_SUBCLASS (0x51)
enum {
GOOGLE_RAIDEN_SPI_PROTOCOL_V1 = 0x01,
GOOGLE_RAIDEN_SPI_PROTOCOL_V2 = 0x02,
};
enum {
/* The host failed to transfer the data with no libusb error. */
USB_SPI_HOST_TX_BAD_TRANSFER = 0x10001,
/* The number of bytes written did not match expected. */
USB_SPI_HOST_TX_WRITE_FAILURE = 0x10002,
/* We did not receive the expected USB packet. */
USB_SPI_HOST_RX_UNEXPECTED_PACKET = 0x11001,
/* We received a continue packet with an invalid data index. */
USB_SPI_HOST_RX_BAD_DATA_INDEX = 0x11002,
/* We received too much data. */
USB_SPI_HOST_RX_DATA_OVERFLOW = 0x11003,
/* The number of bytes read did not match expected. */
USB_SPI_HOST_RX_READ_FAILURE = 0x11004,
/* We were unable to configure the device. */
USB_SPI_HOST_INIT_FAILURE = 0x12001,
};
enum usb_spi_error {
USB_SPI_SUCCESS = 0x0000,
USB_SPI_TIMEOUT = 0x0001,
USB_SPI_BUSY = 0x0002,
USB_SPI_WRITE_COUNT_INVALID = 0x0003,
USB_SPI_READ_COUNT_INVALID = 0x0004,
USB_SPI_DISABLED = 0x0005,
/* The RX continue packet's data index is invalid. */
USB_SPI_RX_BAD_DATA_INDEX = 0x0006,
/* The RX endpoint has received more data than write count. */
USB_SPI_RX_DATA_OVERFLOW = 0x0007,
/* An unexpected packet arrived on the device. */
USB_SPI_RX_UNEXPECTED_PACKET = 0x0008,
/* The device does not support full duplex mode. */
USB_SPI_UNSUPPORTED_FULL_DUPLEX = 0x0009,
USB_SPI_UNKNOWN_ERROR = 0x8000,
};
enum raiden_debug_spi_request {
RAIDEN_DEBUG_SPI_REQ_ENABLE = 0x0000,
RAIDEN_DEBUG_SPI_REQ_DISABLE = 0x0001,
RAIDEN_DEBUG_SPI_REQ_ENABLE_AP = 0x0002,
RAIDEN_DEBUG_SPI_REQ_ENABLE_EC = 0x0003,
RAIDEN_DEBUG_SPI_REQ_ENABLE_H1 = 0x0004,
RAIDEN_DEBUG_SPI_REQ_RESET = 0x0005,
RAIDEN_DEBUG_SPI_REQ_BOOT_CFG = 0x0006,
RAIDEN_DEBUG_SPI_REQ_SOCKET = 0x0007,
RAIDEN_DEBUG_SPI_REQ_SIGNING_START = 0x0008,
RAIDEN_DEBUG_SPI_REQ_SIGNING_SIGN = 0x0009,
RAIDEN_DEBUG_SPI_REQ_ENABLE_AP_CUSTOM = 0x000a,
};
/*
* Servo Micro has an error where it is capable of acknowledging USB packets
* without loading it into the USB endpoint buffers or triggering interrupts.
* See crbug.com/952494. Retry mechanisms have been implemented to recover
* from these rare failures allowing the process to continue.
*/
#define WRITE_RETRY_ATTEMPTS (3)
#define READ_RETRY_ATTEMPTS (3)
#define GET_CONFIG_RETRY_ATTEMPTS (3)
#define RETRY_INTERVAL_US (100 * 1000)
/*
* This timeout is so large because the Raiden SPI timeout is 800ms.
*/
#define TRANSFER_TIMEOUT_MS (200 + 800)
struct raiden_debug_spi_data {
struct usb_device *dev;
uint8_t in_ep;
uint8_t out_ep;
uint8_t protocol_version;
/*
* Note: Due to bugs, flashrom does not always treat the max_data_write
* and max_data_read counts as the maximum packet size. As a result, we
* have to store a local copy of the actual max packet sizes and validate
* against it when performing transfers.
*/
uint16_t max_spi_write_count;
uint16_t max_spi_read_count;
};
/*
* USB permits a maximum bulk transfer of 64B.
*/
#define USB_MAX_PACKET_SIZE (64)
#define PACKET_HEADER_SIZE (2)
/*
* All of the USB SPI packets have size equal to the max USB packet size of 64B
*/
#define PAYLOAD_SIZE_V1 (62)
#define SPI_TRANSFER_V1_MAX (PAYLOAD_SIZE_V1)
/*
* Version 1 protocol specific attributes
*/
struct usb_spi_command_v1 {
uint8_t write_count;
/* UINT8_MAX indicates full duplex mode on compliant devices. */
uint8_t read_count;
uint8_t data[PAYLOAD_SIZE_V1];
} __attribute__((packed));
struct usb_spi_response_v1 {
uint16_t status_code;
uint8_t data[PAYLOAD_SIZE_V1];
} __attribute__((packed));
union usb_spi_packet_v1 {
struct usb_spi_command_v1 command;
struct usb_spi_response_v1 response;
} __attribute__((packed));
/*
* Version 2 protocol specific attributes
*/
#define USB_SPI_FULL_DUPLEX_ENABLED_V2 (UINT16_MAX)
#define USB_SPI_PAYLOAD_SIZE_V2_START (58)
#define USB_SPI_PAYLOAD_SIZE_V2_RESPONSE (60)
#define USB_SPI_PAYLOAD_SIZE_V2_CONTINUE (60)
enum packet_id_type {
/* Request USB SPI configuration data from device. */
USB_SPI_PKT_ID_CMD_GET_USB_SPI_CONFIG = 0,
/* USB SPI configuration data from device. */
USB_SPI_PKT_ID_RSP_USB_SPI_CONFIG = 1,
/*
* Start a USB SPI transfer specifying number of bytes to write,
* read and deliver first packet of data to write.
*/
USB_SPI_PKT_ID_CMD_TRANSFER_START = 2,
/* Additional packets containing write payload. */
USB_SPI_PKT_ID_CMD_TRANSFER_CONTINUE = 3,
/*
* Request the device restart the response enabling us to recover
* from packet loss without another SPI transfer.
*/
USB_SPI_PKT_ID_CMD_RESTART_RESPONSE = 4,
/*
* First packet of USB SPI response with the status code
* and read payload if it was successful.
*/
USB_SPI_PKT_ID_RSP_TRANSFER_START = 5,
/* Additional packets containing read payload. */
USB_SPI_PKT_ID_RSP_TRANSFER_CONTINUE = 6,
};
enum feature_bitmap {
/* Indicates the platform supports full duplex mode. */
USB_SPI_FEATURE_FULL_DUPLEX_SUPPORTED = 0x01
};
struct usb_spi_response_configuration_v2 {
uint16_t packet_id;
uint16_t max_write_count;
uint16_t max_read_count;
uint16_t feature_bitmap;
} __attribute__((packed));
struct usb_spi_command_v2 {
uint16_t packet_id;
uint16_t write_count;
/* UINT16_MAX Indicates readback all on halfduplex compliant devices. */
uint16_t read_count;
uint8_t data[USB_SPI_PAYLOAD_SIZE_V2_START];
} __attribute__((packed));
struct usb_spi_response_v2 {
uint16_t packet_id;
uint16_t status_code;
uint8_t data[USB_SPI_PAYLOAD_SIZE_V2_RESPONSE];
} __attribute__((packed));
struct usb_spi_continue_v2 {
uint16_t packet_id;
uint16_t data_index;
uint8_t data[USB_SPI_PAYLOAD_SIZE_V2_CONTINUE];
} __attribute__((packed));
union usb_spi_packet_v2 {
uint16_t packet_id;
struct usb_spi_command_v2 cmd_start;
struct usb_spi_continue_v2 cmd_continue;
struct usb_spi_response_configuration_v2 rsp_config;
struct usb_spi_response_v2 rsp_start;
struct usb_spi_continue_v2 rsp_continue;
} __attribute__((packed));
struct usb_spi_packet_ctx {
union {
uint8_t bytes[USB_MAX_PACKET_SIZE];
union usb_spi_packet_v1 packet_v1;
union usb_spi_packet_v2 packet_v2;
};
/*
* By storing the number of bytes in the header and knowing that the
* USB data packets are all 64B long, we are able to use the header
* size to store the offset of the buffer and it's size without
* duplicating variables that can go out of sync.
*/
size_t header_size;
/* Number of bytes in the packet */
size_t packet_size;
};
struct usb_spi_transmit_ctx {
/* Buffer we are reading data from. */
const uint8_t *buffer;
/* Number of bytes in the transfer. */
size_t transmit_size;
/* Number of bytes transferred. */
size_t transmit_index;
};
struct usb_spi_receive_ctx {
/* Buffer we are writing data into. */
uint8_t *buffer;
/* Number of bytes in the transfer. */
size_t receive_size;
/* Number of bytes transferred. */
size_t receive_index;
};
/*
* This function will return true when an error code can potentially recover
* if we attempt to write SPI data to the device or read from it. We know
* that some conditions are not recoverable in the current state so allows us
* to bypass the retry logic and terminate early.
*/
static bool retry_recovery(int error_code)
{
if (error_code < 0x10000) {
/*
* Handle error codes returned from the device. USB_SPI_TIMEOUT,
* USB_SPI_BUSY, and USB_SPI_WRITE_COUNT_INVALID have been observed
* during transfer errors to the device and can be recovered.
*/
if (USB_SPI_READ_COUNT_INVALID <= error_code &&
error_code <= USB_SPI_DISABLED) {
return false;
}
} else if (usb_device_is_libusb_error(error_code)) {
/* Handle error codes returned from libusb. */
if (error_code == LIBUSB_ERROR(LIBUSB_ERROR_NO_DEVICE)) {
return false;
}
}
return true;
}
static struct raiden_debug_spi_data *
get_raiden_data_from_context(const struct flashctx *flash)
{
return (struct raiden_debug_spi_data *)flash->mst->spi.data;
}
/*
* Read data into the receive buffer.
*
* @param dst Destination receive context we are writing data to.
* @param src Source packet context we are reading data from.
*
* @returns status code 0 on success.
* USB_SPI_HOST_RX_DATA_OVERFLOW if the source packet is too
* large to fit in read buffer.
*/
static int read_usb_packet(struct usb_spi_receive_ctx *dst,
const struct usb_spi_packet_ctx *src)
{
size_t max_read_length = dst->receive_size - dst->receive_index;
size_t bytes_in_buffer = src->packet_size - src->header_size;
const uint8_t *packet_buffer = src->bytes + src->header_size;
if (bytes_in_buffer > max_read_length) {
/*
* An error occurred, we should not receive more data than
* the buffer can support.
*/
msg_perr("Raiden: Receive packet overflowed\n"
" bytes_in_buffer = %zu\n"
" max_read_length = %zu\n"
" receive_index = %zu\n"
" receive_size = %zu\n",
bytes_in_buffer, max_read_length,
dst->receive_size, dst->receive_index);
return USB_SPI_HOST_RX_DATA_OVERFLOW;
}
memcpy(dst->buffer + dst->receive_index, packet_buffer,
bytes_in_buffer);
dst->receive_index += bytes_in_buffer;
return 0;
}
/*
* Fill the USB packet with data from the transmit buffer.
*
* @param dst Destination packet context we are writing data to.
* @param src Source transmit context we are reading data from.
*/
static void fill_usb_packet(struct usb_spi_packet_ctx *dst,
struct usb_spi_transmit_ctx *src)
{
size_t transmit_size = src->transmit_size - src->transmit_index;
size_t max_buffer_size = USB_MAX_PACKET_SIZE - dst->header_size;
uint8_t *packet_buffer = dst->bytes + dst->header_size;
if (transmit_size > max_buffer_size)
transmit_size = max_buffer_size;
memcpy(packet_buffer, src->buffer + src->transmit_index, transmit_size);
dst->packet_size = dst->header_size + transmit_size;
src->transmit_index += transmit_size;
}
/*
* Receive the data from the device USB endpoint and store in the packet.
*
* @param ctx_data Raiden SPI config.
* @param packet Destination packet used to store the endpoint data.
*
* @returns Returns status code with 0 on success.
*/
static int receive_packet(const struct raiden_debug_spi_data *ctx_data,
struct usb_spi_packet_ctx *packet)
{
int received;
int status = LIBUSB(libusb_bulk_transfer(ctx_data->dev->handle,
ctx_data->in_ep,
packet->bytes,
USB_MAX_PACKET_SIZE,
&received,
TRANSFER_TIMEOUT_MS));
packet->packet_size = received;
if (status) {
msg_perr("Raiden: IN transfer failed\n"
" received = %d\n"
" status = 0x%05x\n",
received, status);
}
return status;
}
/*
* Transmit data from the packet to the device's USB endpoint.
*
* @param ctx_data Raiden SPI config.
* @param packet Source packet we will write to the endpoint data.
*
* @returns Returns status code with 0 on success.
*/
static int transmit_packet(const struct raiden_debug_spi_data *ctx_data,
struct usb_spi_packet_ctx *packet)
{
int transferred;
int status = LIBUSB(libusb_bulk_transfer(ctx_data->dev->handle,
ctx_data->out_ep,
packet->bytes,
packet->packet_size,
&transferred,
TRANSFER_TIMEOUT_MS));
if (status || (size_t)transferred != packet->packet_size) {
if (!status) {
/* No error was reported, but we didn't transmit the data expected. */
status = USB_SPI_HOST_TX_BAD_TRANSFER;
}
msg_perr("Raiden: OUT transfer failed\n"
" transferred = %d\n"
" packet_size = %zu\n"
" status = 0x%05x\n",
transferred, packet->packet_size, status);
}
return status;
}
/*
* Version 1 protocol command to start a USB SPI transfer and write the payload.
*
* @param ctx_data Raiden SPI config.
* @param write Write context of data to transmit and write payload.
* @param read Read context of data to receive and read buffer.
*
* @returns Returns status code with 0 on success.
*/
static int write_command_v1(const struct raiden_debug_spi_data *ctx_data,
struct usb_spi_transmit_ctx *write,
struct usb_spi_receive_ctx *read)
{
struct usb_spi_packet_ctx command = {
.header_size = offsetof(struct usb_spi_command_v1, data),
.packet_v1.command.write_count = write->transmit_size,
.packet_v1.command.read_count = read->receive_size
};
/* Reset the write context to the start. */
write->transmit_index = 0;
fill_usb_packet(&command, write);
return transmit_packet(ctx_data, &command);
}
/*
* Version 1 Protocol: Responsible for reading the response of the USB SPI
* transfer. Status codes from the transfer and any read payload are copied
* to the read_buffer.
*
* @param ctx_data Raiden SPI config.
* @param write Write context of data to transmit and write payload.
* @param read Read context of data to receive and read buffer.
*
* @returns Returns status code with 0 on success.
*/
static int read_response_v1(const struct raiden_debug_spi_data *ctx_data,
struct usb_spi_transmit_ctx *write,
struct usb_spi_receive_ctx *read)
{
int status;
struct usb_spi_packet_ctx response;
/* Reset the read context to the start. */
read->receive_index = 0;
status = receive_packet(ctx_data, &response);
if (status) {
/* Return the transfer error since the status_code is unreliable */
return status;
}
if (response.packet_v1.response.status_code) {
return response.packet_v1.response.status_code;
}
response.header_size = offsetof(struct usb_spi_response_v1, data);
status = read_usb_packet(read, &response);
return status;
}
/*
* Version 1 Protocol: Sets up a USB SPI transfer, transmits data to the device,
* reads the status code and any payload from the device. This will also handle
* recovery if an error has occurred.
*
* @param flash Flash context storing SPI capabilities and USB device
* information.
* @param write_count Number of bytes to write
* @param read_count Number of bytes to read
* @param write_buffer Address of write buffer
* @param read_buffer Address of buffer to store read data
*
* @returns Returns status code with 0 on success.
*/
static int send_command_v1(const struct flashctx *flash,
unsigned int write_count,
unsigned int read_count,
const unsigned char *write_buffer,
unsigned char *read_buffer)
{
int status = -1;
struct usb_spi_transmit_ctx write_ctx = {
.buffer = write_buffer,
.transmit_size = write_count
};
struct usb_spi_receive_ctx read_ctx = {
.buffer = read_buffer,
.receive_size = read_count
};
const struct raiden_debug_spi_data *ctx_data = get_raiden_data_from_context(flash);
if (write_count > ctx_data->max_spi_write_count) {
msg_perr("Raiden: Invalid write count\n"
" write count = %u\n"
" max write = %d\n",
write_count, ctx_data->max_spi_write_count);
return SPI_INVALID_LENGTH;
}
if (read_count > ctx_data->max_spi_read_count) {
msg_perr("Raiden: Invalid read count\n"
" read count = %d\n"
" max read = %d\n",
read_count, ctx_data->max_spi_read_count);
return SPI_INVALID_LENGTH;
}
for (unsigned int write_attempt = 0; write_attempt < WRITE_RETRY_ATTEMPTS;
write_attempt++) {
status = write_command_v1(ctx_data, &write_ctx, &read_ctx);
if (!status &&
(write_ctx.transmit_index != write_ctx.transmit_size)) {
/* No errors were reported, but write is incomplete. */
status = USB_SPI_HOST_TX_WRITE_FAILURE;
}
if (status) {
/* Write operation failed. */
msg_perr("Raiden: Write command failed\n"
" protocol = %u\n"
" write count = %u\n"
" read count = %u\n"
" transmitted bytes = %zu\n"
" write attempt = %u\n"
" status = 0x%05x\n",
ctx_data->protocol_version,
write_count, read_count, write_ctx.transmit_index,
write_attempt + 1, status);
if (!retry_recovery(status)) {
/* Reattempting will not result in a recovery. */
return status;
}
programmer_delay(RETRY_INTERVAL_US);
continue;
}
for (unsigned int read_attempt = 0; read_attempt < READ_RETRY_ATTEMPTS;
read_attempt++) {
status = read_response_v1(ctx_data, &write_ctx, &read_ctx);
if (!status) {
if (read_ctx.receive_size == read_ctx.receive_index) {
/* Successful transfer. */
return status;
} else {
/* Report the error from the failed read. */
status = USB_SPI_HOST_RX_READ_FAILURE;
}
}
/* Read operation failed. */
msg_perr("Raiden: Read response failed\n"
" protocol = %u\n"
" write count = %u\n"
" read count = %u\n"
" received bytes = %zu\n"
" write attempt = %u\n"
" read attempt = %u\n"
" status = 0x%05x\n",
ctx_data->protocol_version,
write_count, read_count, read_ctx.receive_index,
write_attempt + 1, read_attempt + 1, status);
if (!retry_recovery(status)) {
/* Reattempting will not result in a recovery. */
return status;
}
programmer_delay(RETRY_INTERVAL_US);
}
}
return status;
}
/*
* Get the USB SPI configuration with the maximum write and read counts, and
* any enabled features.
*
* @param ctx_data Raiden SPI config.
*
* @returns Returns status code with 0 on success.
*/
static int get_spi_config_v2(struct raiden_debug_spi_data *ctx_data)
{
int status;
unsigned int config_attempt;
struct usb_spi_packet_ctx rsp_config;
struct usb_spi_packet_ctx cmd_get_config = {
.header_size = PACKET_HEADER_SIZE,
.packet_size = PACKET_HEADER_SIZE,
.packet_v2.packet_id = USB_SPI_PKT_ID_CMD_GET_USB_SPI_CONFIG
};
for (config_attempt = 0; config_attempt < GET_CONFIG_RETRY_ATTEMPTS; config_attempt++) {
status = transmit_packet(ctx_data, &cmd_get_config);
if (status) {
msg_perr("Raiden: Failed to transmit get config\n"
" config attempt = %d\n"
" status = 0x%05x\n",
config_attempt + 1, status);
programmer_delay(RETRY_INTERVAL_US);
continue;
}
status = receive_packet(ctx_data, &rsp_config);
if (status) {
msg_perr("Raiden: Failed to receive packet\n"
" config attempt = %d\n"
" status = 0x%05x\n",
config_attempt + 1, status);
programmer_delay(RETRY_INTERVAL_US);
continue;
}
/*
* Perform validation on the packet received to verify it is a valid
* configuration. If it is, we are ready to perform transfers.
*/
if ((rsp_config.packet_v2.packet_id ==
USB_SPI_PKT_ID_RSP_USB_SPI_CONFIG) ||
(rsp_config.packet_size ==
sizeof(struct usb_spi_response_configuration_v2))) {
/* Set the parameters from the configuration. */
ctx_data->max_spi_write_count =
rsp_config.packet_v2.rsp_config.max_write_count;
ctx_data->max_spi_read_count =
rsp_config.packet_v2.rsp_config.max_read_count;
return status;
}
msg_perr("Raiden: Packet is not a valid config\n"
" config attempt = %d\n"
" packet id = %u\n"
" packet size = %zu\n",
config_attempt + 1,
rsp_config.packet_v2.packet_id,
rsp_config.packet_size);
programmer_delay(RETRY_INTERVAL_US);
}
return USB_SPI_HOST_INIT_FAILURE;
}
/*
* Version 2 protocol restart the SPI response. This allows us to recover from
* USB packet errors without restarting the SPI transfer.
*
* @param ctx_data Raiden SPI config.
*
* @returns Returns status code with 0 on success.
*/
static int restart_response_v2(const struct raiden_debug_spi_data *ctx_data)
{
struct usb_spi_packet_ctx restart_response = {
.header_size = PACKET_HEADER_SIZE,
.packet_size = PACKET_HEADER_SIZE,
.packet_v2.packet_id = USB_SPI_PKT_ID_CMD_RESTART_RESPONSE
};
return transmit_packet(ctx_data, &restart_response);
}
/*
* Version 2 Protocol: command to start a USB SPI transfer and write the payload.
*
* @param ctx_data Raiden SPI config.
* @param write Write context of data to transmit and write payload.
* @param read Read context of data to receive and read buffer.
*
* @returns Returns status code with 0 on success.
*/
static int write_command_v2(const struct raiden_debug_spi_data *ctx_data,
struct usb_spi_transmit_ctx *write,
struct usb_spi_receive_ctx *read)
{
int status;
struct usb_spi_packet_ctx continue_packet;
struct usb_spi_packet_ctx start_usb_spi_packet = {
.header_size = offsetof(struct usb_spi_command_v2, data),
.packet_v2.cmd_start.packet_id = USB_SPI_PKT_ID_CMD_TRANSFER_START,
.packet_v2.cmd_start.write_count = write->transmit_size,
.packet_v2.cmd_start.read_count = read->receive_size
};
/* Reset the write context to the start. */
write->transmit_index = 0;
fill_usb_packet(&start_usb_spi_packet, write);
status = transmit_packet(ctx_data, &start_usb_spi_packet);
if (status) {
return status;
}
while (write->transmit_index < write->transmit_size) {
/* Transmit any continue packets. */
continue_packet.header_size = offsetof(struct usb_spi_continue_v2, data);
continue_packet.packet_v2.cmd_continue.packet_id =
USB_SPI_PKT_ID_CMD_TRANSFER_CONTINUE;
continue_packet.packet_v2.cmd_continue.data_index =
write->transmit_index;
fill_usb_packet(&continue_packet, write);
status = transmit_packet(ctx_data, &continue_packet);
if (status) {
return status;
}
}
return status;
}
/*
* Version 2 Protocol: Command to read a USB SPI transfer response and read the payload.
*
* @param ctx_data Raiden SPI config.
* @param write Write context of data to transmit and write payload.
* @param read Read context of data to receive and read buffer.
*
* @returns Returns status code with 0 on success.
*/
static int read_response_v2(const struct raiden_debug_spi_data *ctx_data,
struct usb_spi_transmit_ctx *write,
struct usb_spi_receive_ctx *read)
{
int status = -1;
struct usb_spi_packet_ctx response;
/* Reset the read context to the start. */
read->receive_index = 0;
/* Receive the payload to the servo micro. */
do {
status = receive_packet(ctx_data, &response);
if (status) {
/* Return the transfer error. */
return status;
}
if (response.packet_v2.packet_id == USB_SPI_PKT_ID_RSP_TRANSFER_START) {
/*
* The host should only see this packet if an error occurs
* on the device or if it's the first response packet.
*/
if (response.packet_v2.rsp_start.status_code) {
return response.packet_v2.rsp_start.status_code;
}
if (read->receive_index) {
msg_perr("Raiden: Unexpected start packet id = %u\n",
response.packet_v2.rsp_start.packet_id);
return USB_SPI_HOST_RX_UNEXPECTED_PACKET;
}
response.header_size = offsetof(struct usb_spi_response_v2, data);
} else if (response.packet_v2.packet_id ==
USB_SPI_PKT_ID_RSP_TRANSFER_CONTINUE) {
/* We validate that no packets were missed. */
if (read->receive_index !=
response.packet_v2.rsp_continue.data_index) {
msg_perr("Raiden: Bad Index = %u Expected = %zu\n",
response.packet_v2.rsp_continue.data_index,
read->receive_index);
return USB_SPI_HOST_RX_BAD_DATA_INDEX;
}
response.header_size = offsetof(struct usb_spi_continue_v2, data);
} else {
msg_perr("Raiden: Unexpected packet id = %u\n",
response.packet_v2.packet_id);
return USB_SPI_HOST_RX_UNEXPECTED_PACKET;
}
status = read_usb_packet(read, &response);
if (status) {
return status;
}
} while (read->receive_index < read->receive_size);
return status;
}
/*
* Version 2 Protocol: Sets up a USB SPI transfer, transmits data to the device,
* reads the status code and any payload from the device. This will also handle
* recovery if an error has occurred.
*
* In order to avoid having the v2 protocol held back by requiring
* backwards compatibility with v1 we are duplicating the send_command
* function. This will allow the 2 versions to diverge in the future
* so fixes in one do not need to be compatible with the legacy.
*
* @param flash Flash context storing SPI capabilities and USB device
* information.
* @param write_count Number of bytes to write
* @param read_count Number of bytes to read
* @param write_buffer Address of write buffer
* @param read_buffer Address of buffer to store read data
*
* @returns Returns status code with 0 on success.
*/
static int send_command_v2(const struct flashctx *flash,
unsigned int write_count,
unsigned int read_count,
const unsigned char *write_buffer,
unsigned char *read_buffer)
{
const struct raiden_debug_spi_data *ctx_data =
get_raiden_data_from_context(flash);
int status = -1;
unsigned int write_attempt;
unsigned int read_attempt;
struct usb_spi_transmit_ctx write_ctx = {
.buffer = write_buffer,
.transmit_size = write_count
};
struct usb_spi_receive_ctx read_ctx = {
.buffer = read_buffer,
.receive_size = read_count
};
if (write_count > ctx_data->max_spi_write_count) {
msg_perr("Raiden: Invalid write count\n"
" write count = %u\n"
" max write = %u\n",
write_count, ctx_data->max_spi_write_count);
return SPI_INVALID_LENGTH;
}
if (read_count > ctx_data->max_spi_read_count) {
msg_perr("Raiden: Invalid read count\n"
" read count = %u\n"
" max read = %u\n",
read_count, ctx_data->max_spi_read_count);
return SPI_INVALID_LENGTH;
}
for (write_attempt = 0; write_attempt < WRITE_RETRY_ATTEMPTS;
write_attempt++) {
status = write_command_v2(ctx_data, &write_ctx, &read_ctx);
if (!status &&
(write_ctx.transmit_index != write_ctx.transmit_size)) {
/* No errors were reported, but write is incomplete. */
status = USB_SPI_HOST_TX_WRITE_FAILURE;
}
if (status) {
/* Write operation failed. */
msg_perr("Raiden: Write command failed\n"
" protocol = %u\n"
" write count = %u\n"
" read count = %u\n"
" transmitted bytes = %zu\n"
" write attempt = %u\n"
" status = 0x%05x\n",
ctx_data->protocol_version,
write_count, read_count, write_ctx.transmit_index,
write_attempt + 1, status);
if (!retry_recovery(status)) {
/* Reattempting will not result in a recovery. */
return status;
}
programmer_delay(RETRY_INTERVAL_US);
continue;
}
for (read_attempt = 0; read_attempt < READ_RETRY_ATTEMPTS;
read_attempt++) {
status = read_response_v2(ctx_data, &write_ctx, &read_ctx);
if (!status) {
if (read_ctx.receive_size == read_ctx.receive_index) {
/* Successful transfer. */
return status;
} else {
/* Report the error from the failed read. */
status = USB_SPI_HOST_RX_READ_FAILURE;
}
}
if (status) {
/* Read operation failed. */
msg_perr("Raiden: Read response failed\n"
" protocol = %u\n"
" write count = %u\n"
" read count = %u\n"
" received bytes = %zu\n"
" write attempt = %u\n"
" read attempt = %u\n"
" status = 0x%05x\n",
ctx_data->protocol_version,
write_count, read_count, read_ctx.receive_index,
write_attempt + 1, read_attempt + 1, status);
if (!retry_recovery(status)) {
/* Reattempting will not result in a recovery. */
return status;
}
/* Device needs to reset its transmit index. */
restart_response_v2(ctx_data);
programmer_delay(RETRY_INTERVAL_US);
}
}
}
return status;
}
static const struct spi_master spi_master_raiden_debug = {
.features = SPI_MASTER_4BA,
.max_data_read = 0,
.max_data_write = 0,
.command = NULL,
.multicommand = default_spi_send_multicommand,
.read = default_spi_read,
.write_256 = default_spi_write_256,
.write_aai = default_spi_write_aai,
};
static int match_endpoint(struct libusb_endpoint_descriptor const *descriptor,
enum libusb_endpoint_direction direction)
{
return (((descriptor->bEndpointAddress & LIBUSB_ENDPOINT_DIR_MASK) ==
direction) &&
((descriptor->bmAttributes & LIBUSB_TRANSFER_TYPE_MASK) ==
LIBUSB_TRANSFER_TYPE_BULK));
}
static int find_endpoints(struct usb_device *dev, uint8_t *in_ep, uint8_t *out_ep)
{
int i;
int in_count = 0;
int out_count = 0;
for (i = 0; i < dev->interface_descriptor->bNumEndpoints; i++) {
struct libusb_endpoint_descriptor const *endpoint =
&dev->interface_descriptor->endpoint[i];
if (match_endpoint(endpoint, LIBUSB_ENDPOINT_IN)) {
in_count++;
*in_ep = endpoint->bEndpointAddress;
} else if (match_endpoint(endpoint, LIBUSB_ENDPOINT_OUT)) {
out_count++;
*out_ep = endpoint->bEndpointAddress;
}
}
if (in_count != 1 || out_count != 1) {
msg_perr("Raiden: Failed to find one IN and one OUT endpoint\n"
" found %d IN and %d OUT endpoints\n",
in_count,
out_count);
return 1;
}
msg_pdbg("Raiden: Found IN endpoint = 0x%02x\n", *in_ep);
msg_pdbg("Raiden: Found OUT endpoint = 0x%02x\n", *out_ep);
return 0;
}
/*
* Configure the USB SPI master based on the device we are connected to.
* It will use the device's bInterfaceProtocol to identify which protocol
* is being used by the device USB SPI interface and if needed query the
* device for its capabilities.
*
* @param spi_config Raiden SPI config which will be modified.
*
* @returns Returns status code with 0 on success.
*/
static int configure_protocol(struct spi_master *spi_config)
{
int status = 0;
struct raiden_debug_spi_data *ctx_data =
(struct raiden_debug_spi_data *)spi_config->data;
ctx_data->protocol_version =
ctx_data->dev->interface_descriptor->bInterfaceProtocol;
switch (ctx_data->protocol_version) {
case GOOGLE_RAIDEN_SPI_PROTOCOL_V1:
/*
* Protocol V1 is supported by adjusting the max data
* read and write sizes which results in no continue packets.
*/
spi_config->command = send_command_v1;
ctx_data->max_spi_write_count = SPI_TRANSFER_V1_MAX;
ctx_data->max_spi_read_count = SPI_TRANSFER_V1_MAX;
break;
case GOOGLE_RAIDEN_SPI_PROTOCOL_V2:
/*
* Protocol V2 requires the host to query the device for
* its maximum read and write sizes
*/
spi_config->command = send_command_v2;
status = get_spi_config_v2(ctx_data);
if (status) {
return status;
}
break;
default:
msg_pdbg("Raiden: Unknown USB SPI protocol version = %u\n",
ctx_data->protocol_version);
return USB_SPI_HOST_INIT_FAILURE;
}
/*
* Unfortunately there doesn't seem to be a way to specify the maximum number
* of bytes that your SPI device can read/write, these values are the maximum
* data chunk size that flashrom will package up with an additional five bytes
* of command for the flash device.
*
* The largest command that flashrom generates is the byte program command, so
* we use that command header maximum size here. If we didn't include the
* offset, flashrom may request a SPI transfer that is too large for the SPI
* device to support.
*/
spi_config->max_data_write = ctx_data->max_spi_write_count -
JEDEC_BYTE_PROGRAM_OUTSIZE;
spi_config->max_data_read = ctx_data->max_spi_read_count -
JEDEC_BYTE_PROGRAM_OUTSIZE;
return 0;
}
static int raiden_debug_spi_shutdown(void * data)
{
struct spi_master *spi_config = data;
struct raiden_debug_spi_data *ctx_data =
(struct raiden_debug_spi_data *)spi_config->data;
int ret = LIBUSB(libusb_control_transfer(
ctx_data->dev->handle,
LIBUSB_ENDPOINT_OUT |
LIBUSB_REQUEST_TYPE_VENDOR |
LIBUSB_RECIPIENT_INTERFACE,
RAIDEN_DEBUG_SPI_REQ_DISABLE,
0,
ctx_data->dev->interface_descriptor->bInterfaceNumber,
NULL,
0,
TRANSFER_TIMEOUT_MS));
if (ret != 0) {
msg_perr("Raiden: Failed to disable SPI bridge\n");
free(ctx_data);
free(spi_config);
return ret;
}
usb_device_free(ctx_data->dev);
libusb_exit(NULL);
free(ctx_data);
free(spi_config);
return 0;
}
static int get_ap_request_type(void)
{
int ap_request = RAIDEN_DEBUG_SPI_REQ_ENABLE_AP;
char *custom_rst_str = extract_programmer_param("custom_rst");
if (custom_rst_str) {
if (!strcasecmp(custom_rst_str, "true"))
ap_request = RAIDEN_DEBUG_SPI_REQ_ENABLE_AP_CUSTOM;
else {
msg_perr("Invalid custom rst param: %s\n",
custom_rst_str);
ap_request = -1;
}
}
free(custom_rst_str);
return ap_request;
}
static int get_target(void)
{
int request_enable = RAIDEN_DEBUG_SPI_REQ_ENABLE;
char *target_str = extract_programmer_param("target");
if (target_str) {
if (!strcasecmp(target_str, "ap"))
request_enable = get_ap_request_type();
else if (!strcasecmp(target_str, "ec"))
request_enable = RAIDEN_DEBUG_SPI_REQ_ENABLE_EC;
else {
msg_perr("Invalid target: %s\n", target_str);
request_enable = -1;
}
}
free(target_str);
msg_pinfo("Raiden target: %d\n", request_enable);
return request_enable;
}
static void free_dev_list(struct usb_device **dev_lst)
{
struct usb_device *dev = *dev_lst;
/* free devices we don't care about */
dev = dev->next;
while (dev)
dev = usb_device_free(dev);
}
int raiden_debug_spi_init(void)
{
struct usb_match match;
char *serial = extract_programmer_param("serial");
struct usb_device *current;
struct usb_device *device = NULL;
int found = 0;
int ret;
int request_enable = get_target();
if (request_enable < 0) {
free(serial);
return 1;
}
usb_match_init(&match);
usb_match_value_default(&match.vid, GOOGLE_VID);
usb_match_value_default(&match.class, LIBUSB_CLASS_VENDOR_SPEC);
usb_match_value_default(&match.subclass, GOOGLE_RAIDEN_SPI_SUBCLASS);
ret = LIBUSB(libusb_init(NULL));
if (ret != 0) {
msg_perr("Raiden: libusb_init failed\n");
free(serial);
return ret;
}
ret = usb_device_find(&match, &current);
if (ret != 0) {
msg_perr("Raiden: Failed to find devices\n");
free(serial);
return ret;
}
uint8_t in_endpoint = 0;
uint8_t out_endpoint = 0;
while (current) {
device = current;
if (find_endpoints(device, &in_endpoint, &out_endpoint)) {
msg_pdbg("Raiden: Failed to find valid endpoints on device");
usb_device_show(" ", current);
goto loop_end;
}
if (usb_device_claim(device)) {
msg_pdbg("Raiden: Failed to claim USB device");
usb_device_show(" ", current);
goto loop_end;
}
if (!serial) {
found = 1;
goto loop_end;
} else {
unsigned char dev_serial[32] = { 0 };
struct libusb_device_descriptor descriptor;
int rc;
if (libusb_get_device_descriptor(device->device, &descriptor)) {
msg_pdbg("USB: Failed to get device descriptor.\n");
goto loop_end;
}
rc = libusb_get_string_descriptor_ascii(device->handle,
descriptor.iSerialNumber,
dev_serial,
sizeof(dev_serial));
if (rc < 0) {
LIBUSB(rc);
} else {
if (strcmp(serial, (char *)dev_serial)) {
msg_pdbg("Raiden: Serial number %s did not match device", serial);
usb_device_show(" ", current);
} else {
msg_pinfo("Raiden: Serial number %s matched device", serial);
usb_device_show(" ", current);
found = 1;
}
}
}
loop_end:
if (found)
break;
else
current = usb_device_free(current);
}
if (!device || !found) {
msg_perr("Raiden: No usable device found.\n");
free(serial);
return 1;
}
free_dev_list(&current);
ret = LIBUSB(libusb_control_transfer(
device->handle,
LIBUSB_ENDPOINT_OUT |
LIBUSB_REQUEST_TYPE_VENDOR |
LIBUSB_RECIPIENT_INTERFACE,
request_enable,
0,
device->interface_descriptor->bInterfaceNumber,
NULL,
0,
TRANSFER_TIMEOUT_MS));
if (ret != 0) {
msg_perr("Raiden: Failed to enable SPI bridge\n");
return ret;
}
/*
* Allow for power to settle on the AP and EC flash devices.
* Load switches can have a 1-3 ms turn on time, and SPI flash devices
* can require up to 10 ms from power on to the first write.
*/
if ((request_enable == RAIDEN_DEBUG_SPI_REQ_ENABLE_AP) ||
(request_enable == RAIDEN_DEBUG_SPI_REQ_ENABLE_EC))
usleep(50 * 1000);
struct spi_master *spi_config = calloc(1, sizeof(*spi_config));
if (!spi_config) {
msg_perr("Unable to allocate space for SPI master.\n");
return SPI_GENERIC_ERROR;
}
struct raiden_debug_spi_data *data = calloc(1, sizeof(*data));
if (!data) {
free(spi_config);
msg_perr("Unable to allocate space for extra SPI master data.\n");
return SPI_GENERIC_ERROR;
}
*spi_config = spi_master_raiden_debug;
data->dev = device;
data->in_ep = in_endpoint;
data->out_ep = out_endpoint;
spi_config->data = data; /* data is needed to configure protocol below */
/*
* The SPI master needs to be configured based on the device connected.
* Using the device protocol interrogation, we will set the limits on
* the write and read sizes and switch command functions.
*/
ret = configure_protocol(spi_config);
if (ret) {
msg_perr("Raiden: Error configuring protocol\n"
" protocol = %u\n"
" status = 0x%05x\n",
data->dev->interface_descriptor->bInterfaceProtocol, ret);
free(data);
free(spi_config);
return SPI_GENERIC_ERROR;
}
register_spi_master(spi_config, data);
register_shutdown(raiden_debug_spi_shutdown, spi_config);
return 0;
}