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/* $Id: timer.h,v 1.21 1999/04/20 13:22:51 anton Exp $
* timer.h: Definitions for the timer chips on the Sparc.
* Copyright (C) 1995 David S. Miller (
#ifndef _SPARC_TIMER_H
#define _SPARC_TIMER_H
#include <asm/system.h> /* For SUN4M_NCPUS */
#include <asm/sun4paddr.h>
#include <asm/btfixup.h>
/* Timer structures. The interrupt timer has two properties which
* are the counter (which is handled in do_timer in sched.c) and the limit.
* This limit is where the timer's counter 'wraps' around. Oddly enough,
* the sun4c timer when it hits the limit wraps back to 1 and not zero
* thus when calculating the value at which it will fire a microsecond you
* must adjust by one. Thanks SUN for designing such great hardware ;(
/* Note that I am only going to use the timer that interrupts at
* Sparc IRQ 10. There is another one available that can fire at
* IRQ 14. Currently it is left untouched, we keep the PROM's limit
* register value and let the prom take these interrupts. This allows
* L1-A to work.
struct sun4c_timer_info {
__volatile__ unsigned int cur_count10;
__volatile__ unsigned int timer_limit10;
__volatile__ unsigned int cur_count14;
__volatile__ unsigned int timer_limit14;
#define SUN4C_TIMER_PHYSADDR 0xf3000000
#ifdef CONFIG_SUN4
/* A sun4m has two blocks of registers which are probably of the same
* structure. LSI Logic's L64851 is told to _decrement_ from the limit
* value. Aurora behaves similarly but its limit value is compacted in
* other fashion (it's wider). Documented fields are defined here.
/* As with the interrupt register, we have two classes of timer registers
* which are per-cpu and master. Per-cpu timers only hit that cpu and are
* only level 14 ticks, master timer hits all cpus and is level 10.
#define SUN4M_PRM_CNT_L 0x80000000
struct sun4m_timer_percpu_info {
__volatile__ unsigned int l14_timer_limit; /* Initial value is 0x009c4000 */
__volatile__ unsigned int l14_cur_count;
/* This register appears to be write only and/or inaccessible
* on Uni-Processor sun4m machines.
__volatile__ unsigned int l14_limit_noclear; /* Data access error is here */
__volatile__ unsigned int cntrl; /* =1 after POST on Aurora */
__volatile__ unsigned char space[PAGE_SIZE - 16];
struct sun4m_timer_regs {
struct sun4m_timer_percpu_info cpu_timers[SUN4M_NCPUS];
volatile unsigned int l10_timer_limit;
volatile unsigned int l10_cur_count;
/* Again, this appears to be write only and/or inaccessible
* on uni-processor sun4m machines.
volatile unsigned int l10_limit_noclear;
/* This register too, it must be magic. */
volatile unsigned int foobar;
volatile unsigned int cfg; /* equals zero at boot time... */
extern struct sun4m_timer_regs *sun4m_timers;
#define SUN4D_PRM_CNT_L 0x80000000
struct sun4d_timer_regs {
volatile unsigned int l10_timer_limit;
volatile unsigned int l10_cur_countx;
volatile unsigned int l10_limit_noclear;
volatile unsigned int ctrl;
volatile unsigned int l10_cur_count;
extern struct sun4d_timer_regs *sun4d_timers;
extern __volatile__ unsigned int *master_l10_counter;
extern __volatile__ unsigned int *master_l10_limit;
/* FIXME: Make do_[gs]ettimeofday btfixup calls */
BTFIXUPDEF_CALL(int, bus_do_settimeofday, struct timespec *tv)
#define bus_do_settimeofday(tv) BTFIXUP_CALL(bus_do_settimeofday)(tv)
#endif /* !(_SPARC_TIMER_H) */