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* linux/arch/unicore32/kernel/sleep.S
* Code specific to PKUnity SoC and UniCore ISA
* Maintained by GUAN Xue-tao <>
* Copyright (C) 2001-2010 Guan Xuetao
* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as
* published by the Free Software Foundation.
#include <linux/linkage.h>
#include <asm/assembler.h>
#include <mach/hardware.h>
@ get coprocessor registers
movc r3, p0.c7, #0 @ PID
movc r4, p0.c2, #0 @ translation table base addr
movc r5, p0.c1, #0 @ control reg
@ store them plus current virtual stack ptr on stack
mov r6, sp
stm.w (r3 - r6), [sp-]
mov pc, lr
@ preserve phys address of stack
mov r0, sp
stw.w lr, [sp+], #-4
b.l sleep_phys_sp
ldw r1, =sleep_save_sp
stw r0, [r1]
ldw.w pc, [sp]+, #4
* puv3_cpu_suspend()
* Forces CPU into sleep state.
* r0 = value for PWRMODE M field for desired sleep state
stm.w (r16 - r27, lr), [sp-] @ save registers on stack
stm.w (r4 - r15), [sp-] @ save registers on stack
sfm.w (f0 - f7 ), [sp-]
sfm.w (f8 - f15), [sp-]
sfm.w (f16 - f23), [sp-]
sfm.w (f24 - f31), [sp-]
cff r4, s31
stm.w (r4), [sp-]
b.l pkunity_cpu_save_cp
b.l pkunity_cpu_save_sp
@ clean data cache
mov r1, #0
movc p0.c5, r1, #14
@ DDR2 BaseAddr
@ PM BaseAddr
ldw r1, =(PKUNITY_PM_BASE)
@ set PLL_SYS_CFG reg, 275
movl r6, #0x00002401
stw r6, [r1+], #0x18
@ set PLL_DDR_CFG reg, 66MHz
movl r6, #0x00100c00
stw r6, [r1+], #0x1c
@ set wake up source
movl r8, #0x800001ff @ epip4d
stw r8, [r1+], #0xc
@ set PGSR
movl r5, #0x40000
stw r5, [r1+], #0x10
@ prepare DDR2 refresh settings
ldw r5, [r0+], #0x24
or r5, r5, #0x00000001
@ prepare PMCR for PLL changing
movl r6, #0xc
@ prepare for closing PLL
movl r7, #0x1
@ prepare sleep mode
mov r8, #0x1
@ movl r0, 0x11111111
@ put_word_ocd r0
b pkunity_cpu_do_suspend
.align 5
b 101f
@ put DDR2 into self-refresh
100: stw r5, [r0+], #0x24
@ change PLL
stw r6, [r1]
b 1f
.align 5
101: b 102f
@ wait for PLL changing complete
1: ldw r6, [r1+], #0x44
csub.a r6, #0x1
bne 1b
b 2f
.align 5
102: b 100b
@ close PLL
2: stw r7, [r1+], #0x4
@ enter sleep mode
stw r8, [r1]
3: b 3b
* puv3_cpu_resume()
* entry point from bootloader into kernel during resume
* Note: Yes, part of the following code is located into the .data section.
* This is to allow sleep_save_sp to be accessed with a relative load
* while we can't rely on any MMU translation. We could have put
* sleep_save_sp in the .text section as well, but some setups might
* insist on it to be truly read-only.
.align 5
@ movl r0, 0x20202020
@ put_word_ocd r0
ldw r0, sleep_save_sp @ stack phys addr
ldw r2, =resume_after_mmu @ its absolute virtual address
ldm (r3 - r6), [r0]+ @ CP regs + virt stack ptr
mov sp, r6 @ CP regs + virt stack ptr
mov r1, #0
movc p0.c6, r1, #6 @ invalidate I & D TLBs
movc p0.c5, r1, #28 @ invalidate I & D caches, BTB
movc p0.c7, r3, #0 @ PID
movc p0.c2, r4, #0 @ translation table base addr
movc p0.c1, r5, #0 @ control reg, turn on mmu
jump r2
.word 0 @ preserve stack phys ptr here
@ movl r0, 0x30303030
@ put_word_ocd r0
lfm.w (f0 - f7 ), [sp]+
lfm.w (f8 - f15), [sp]+
lfm.w (f16 - f23), [sp]+
lfm.w (f24 - f31), [sp]+
ldm.w (r4), [sp]+
ctf r4, s31
ldm.w (r4 - r15), [sp]+ @ restore registers from stack
ldm.w (r16 - r27, pc), [sp]+ @ return to caller