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/*
 * bbc.h: Defines for BootBus Controller found on UltraSPARC-III
 *        systems.
 *
 * Copyright (C) 2000 David S. Miller (davem@redhat.com)
 */

#ifndef _SPARC64_BBC_H
#define _SPARC64_BBC_H

/* Register sizes are indicated by "B" (Byte, 1-byte),
 * "H" (Half-word, 2 bytes), "W" (Word, 4 bytes) or
 * "Q" (Quad, 8 bytes) inside brackets.
 */

#define BBC_AID         0x00  /* [B] Agent ID               */
#define BBC_DEVP  0x01  /* [B] Device Present         */
#define BBC_ARB         0x02  /* [B] Arbitration            */
#define BBC_QUIESCE     0x03  /* [B] Quiesce                */
#define BBC_WDACTION    0x04  /* [B] Watchdog Action        */
#define BBC_SPG         0x06  /* [B] Soft POR Gen           */
#define BBC_SXG         0x07  /* [B] Soft XIR Gen           */
#define BBC_PSRC  0x08  /* [W] POR Source       */
#define BBC_XSRC  0x0c  /* [B] XIR Source       */
#define BBC_CSC         0x0d  /* [B] Clock Synthesizers Control*/
#define BBC_ES_CTRL     0x0e  /* [H] Energy Star Control    */
#define BBC_ES_ACT      0x10  /* [W] E* Assert Change Time  */
#define BBC_ES_DACT     0x14  /* [B] E* De-Assert Change Time     */
#define BBC_ES_DABT     0x15  /* [B] E* De-Assert Bypass Time     */
#define BBC_ES_ABT      0x16  /* [H] E* Assert Bypass Time  */
#define BBC_ES_PST      0x18  /* [W] E* PLL Settle Time     */
#define BBC_ES_FSL      0x1c  /* [W] E* Frequency Switch Latency*/
#define BBC_EBUST 0x20  /* [Q] EBUS Timing            */
#define BBC_JTAG_CMD    0x28  /* [W] JTAG+ Command          */
#define BBC_JTAG_CTRL   0x2c  /* [B] JTAG+ Control          */
#define BBC_I2C_SEL     0x2d  /* [B] I2C Selection          */
#define BBC_I2C_0_S1    0x2e  /* [B] I2C ctrlr-0 reg S1     */
#define BBC_I2C_0_S0    0x2f  /* [B] I2C ctrlr-0 regs S0,S0',S2,S3*/
#define BBC_I2C_1_S1    0x30  /* [B] I2C ctrlr-1 reg S1     */
#define BBC_I2C_1_S0    0x31  /* [B] I2C ctrlr-1 regs S0,S0',S2,S3*/
#define BBC_KBD_BEEP    0x32  /* [B] Keyboard Beep          */
#define BBC_KBD_BCNT    0x34  /* [W] Keyboard Beep Counter  */

#define BBC_REGS_SIZE   0x40

/* There is a 2K scratch ram area at offset 0x80000 but I doubt
 * we will use it for anything.
 */

/* Agent ID register.  This register shows the Safari Agent ID
 * for the processors.  The value returned depends upon which
 * cpu is reading the register.
 */
#define BBC_AID_ID      0x07  /* Safari ID            */
#define BBC_AID_RESV    0xf8  /* Reserved       */

/* Device Present register.  One can determine which cpus are actually
 * present in the machine by interrogating this register.
 */
#define BBC_DEVP_CPU0   0x01  /* Processor 0 present  */
#define BBC_DEVP_CPU1   0x02  /* Processor 1 present  */
#define BBC_DEVP_CPU2   0x04  /* Processor 2 present  */
#define BBC_DEVP_CPU3   0x08  /* Processor 3 present  */
#define BBC_DEVP_RESV   0xf0  /* Reserved       */

/* Arbitration register.  This register is used to block access to
 * the BBC from a particular cpu.
 */
#define BBC_ARB_CPU0    0x01  /* Enable cpu 0 BBC arbitratrion */
#define BBC_ARB_CPU1    0x02  /* Enable cpu 1 BBC arbitratrion */
#define BBC_ARB_CPU2    0x04  /* Enable cpu 2 BBC arbitratrion */
#define BBC_ARB_CPU3    0x08  /* Enable cpu 3 BBC arbitratrion */
#define BBC_ARB_RESV    0xf0  /* Reserved              */

/* Quiesce register.  Bus and BBC segments for cpus can be disabled
 * with this register, ie. for hot plugging.
 */
#define BBC_QUIESCE_S02 0x01  /* Quiesce Safari segment for cpu 0 and 2 */
#define BBC_QUIESCE_S13 0x02  /* Quiesce Safari segment for cpu 1 and 3 */
#define BBC_QUIESCE_B02 0x04  /* Quiesce BBC segment for cpu 0 and 2    */
#define BBC_QUIESCE_B13 0x08  /* Quiesce BBC segment for cpu 1 and 3    */
#define BBC_QUIESCE_FD0 0x10  /* Disable Fatal_Error[0] reporting   */
#define BBC_QUIESCE_FD1 0x20  /* Disable Fatal_Error[1] reporting   */
#define BBC_QUIESCE_FD2 0x40  /* Disable Fatal_Error[2] reporting   */
#define BBC_QUIESCE_FD3 0x80  /* Disable Fatal_Error[3] reporting   */

/* Watchdog Action register.  When the watchdog device timer expires
 * a line is enabled to the BBC.  The action BBC takes when this line
 * is asserted can be controlled by this regiser.
 */
#define BBC_WDACTION_RST  0x01      /* When set, watchdog causes system reset.
                         * When clear, BBC ignores watchdog signal.
                         */
#define BBC_WDACTION_RESV 0xfe      /* Reserved */

/* Soft_POR_GEN register.  The POR (Power On Reset) signal may be asserted
 * for specific processors or all processors via this register.
 */
#define BBC_SPG_CPU0    0x01 /* Assert POR for processor 0  */
#define BBC_SPG_CPU1    0x02 /* Assert POR for processor 1  */
#define BBC_SPG_CPU2    0x04 /* Assert POR for processor 2  */
#define BBC_SPG_CPU3    0x08 /* Assert POR for processor 3  */
#define BBC_SPG_CPUALL  0x10 /* Reset all processors and reset
                        * the entire system.
                        */
#define BBC_SPG_RESV    0xe0 /* Reserved              */

/* Soft_XIR_GEN register.  The XIR (eXternally Initiated Reset) signal
 * may be asserted to specific processors via this register.
 */
#define BBC_SXG_CPU0    0x01 /* Assert XIR for processor 0  */
#define BBC_SXG_CPU1    0x02 /* Assert XIR for processor 1  */
#define BBC_SXG_CPU2    0x04 /* Assert XIR for processor 2  */
#define BBC_SXG_CPU3    0x08 /* Assert XIR for processor 3  */
#define BBC_SXG_RESV    0xf0 /* Reserved              */

/* POR Source register.  One may identify the cause of the most recent
 * reset by reading this register.
 */
#define BBC_PSRC_SPG0   0x0001 /* CPU 0 reset via BBC_SPG register      */
#define BBC_PSRC_SPG1   0x0002 /* CPU 1 reset via BBC_SPG register      */
#define BBC_PSRC_SPG2   0x0004 /* CPU 2 reset via BBC_SPG register      */
#define BBC_PSRC_SPG3   0x0008 /* CPU 3 reset via BBC_SPG register      */
#define BBC_PSRC_SPGSYS 0x0010 /* System reset via BBC_SPG register     */
#define BBC_PSRC_JTAG   0x0020 /* System reset via JTAG+          */
#define BBC_PSRC_BUTTON 0x0040 /* System reset via push-button dongle   */
#define BBC_PSRC_PWRUP  0x0080 /* System reset via power-up       */
#define BBC_PSRC_FE0    0x0100 /* CPU 0 reported Fatal_Error            */
#define BBC_PSRC_FE1    0x0200 /* CPU 1 reported Fatal_Error            */
#define BBC_PSRC_FE2    0x0400 /* CPU 2 reported Fatal_Error            */
#define BBC_PSRC_FE3    0x0800 /* CPU 3 reported Fatal_Error            */
#define BBC_PSRC_FE4    0x1000 /* Schizo reported Fatal_Error           */
#define BBC_PSRC_FE5    0x2000 /* Safari device 5 reported Fatal_Error  */
#define BBC_PSRC_FE6    0x4000 /* CPMS reported Fatal_Error       */
#define BBC_PSRC_SYNTH  0x8000 /* System reset when on-board clock synthesizers
                        * were updated.
                        */
#define BBC_PSRC_WDT   0x10000 /* System reset via Super I/O watchdog   */
#define BBC_PSRC_RSC   0x20000 /* System reset via RSC remote monitoring
                        * device
                        */

/* XIR Source register.  The source of an XIR event sent to a processor may
 * be determined via this register.
 */
#define BBC_XSRC_SXG0   0x01  /* CPU 0 received XIR via Soft_XIR_GEN reg */
#define BBC_XSRC_SXG1   0x02  /* CPU 1 received XIR via Soft_XIR_GEN reg */
#define BBC_XSRC_SXG2   0x04  /* CPU 2 received XIR via Soft_XIR_GEN reg */
#define BBC_XSRC_SXG3   0x08  /* CPU 3 received XIR via Soft_XIR_GEN reg */
#define BBC_XSRC_JTAG   0x10  /* All CPUs received XIR via JTAG+         */
#define BBC_XSRC_W_OR_B 0x20  /* All CPUs received XIR either because:
                         * a) Super I/O watchdog fired, or
                         * b) XIR push button was activated
                         */
#define BBC_XSRC_RESV   0xc0  /* Reserved                      */

/* Clock Synthesizers Control register.  This register provides the big-bang
 * programming interface to the two clock synthesizers of the machine.
 */
#define BBC_CSC_SLOAD   0x01  /* Directly connected to S_LOAD pins      */
#define BBC_CSC_SDATA   0x02  /* Directly connected to S_DATA pins      */
#define BBC_CSC_SCLOCK  0x04  /* Directly connected to S_CLOCK pins     */
#define BBC_CSC_RESV    0x78  /* Reserved                   */
#define BBC_CSC_RST     0x80  /* Generate system reset when S_LOAD==1   */

/* Energy Star Control register.  This register is used to generate the
 * clock frequency change trigger to the main system devices (Schizo and
 * the processors).  The transition occurs when bits in this register
 * go from 0 to 1, only one bit must be set at once else no action
 * occurs.  Basically the sequence of events is:
 * a) Choose new frequency: full, 1/2 or 1/32
 * b) Program this desired frequency into the cpus and Schizo.
 * c) Set the same value in this register.
 * d) 16 system clocks later, clear this register.
 */
#define BBC_ES_CTRL_1_1       0x01  /* Full frequency */
#define BBC_ES_CTRL_1_2       0x02  /* 1/2 frequency  */
#define BBC_ES_CTRL_1_32      0x20  /* 1/32 frequency */
#define BBC_ES_RESV           0xdc  /* Reserved       */

/* Energy Star Assert Change Time register.  This determines the number
 * of BBC clock cycles (which is half the system frequency) between
 * the detection of FREEZE_ACK being asserted and the assertion of
 * the CLK_CHANGE_L[2:0] signals.
 */
#define BBC_ES_ACT_VAL  0xff

/* Energy Star Assert Bypass Time register.  This determines the number
 * of BBC clock cycles (which is half the system frequency) between
 * the assertion of the CLK_CHANGE_L[2:0] signals and the assertion of
 * the ESTAR_PLL_BYPASS signal.
 */
#define BBC_ES_ABT_VAL  0xffff

/* Energy Star PLL Settle Time register.  This determines the number of
 * BBC clock cycles (which is half the system frequency) between the
 * de-assertion of CLK_CHANGE_L[2:0] and the de-assertion of the FREEZE_L
 * signal.
 */
#define BBC_ES_PST_VAL  0xffffffff

/* Energy Star Frequency Switch Latency register.  This is the number of
 * BBC clocks between the de-assertion of CLK_CHANGE_L[2:0] and the first
 * edge of the Safari clock at the new frequency.
 */
#define BBC_ES_FSL_VAL  0xffffffff

/* Keyboard Beep control register.  This is a simple enabler for the audio
 * beep sound.
 */
#define BBC_KBD_BEEP_ENABLE   0x01 /* Enable beep     */
#define BBC_KBD_BEEP_RESV     0xfe /* Reserved  */

/* Keyboard Beep Counter register.  There is a free-running counter inside
 * the BBC which runs at half the system clock.  The bit set in this register
 * determines when the audio sound is generated.  So for example if bit
 * 10 is set, the audio beep will oscillate at 1/(2**12).  The keyboard beep
 * generator automatically selects a different bit to use if the system clock
 * is changed via Energy Star.
 */
#define BBC_KBD_BCNT_BITS     0x0007fc00
#define BBC_KBC_BCNT_RESV     0xfff803ff

#endif /* _SPARC64_BBC_H */


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