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* Copyright (c) 2019, ARM Limited. All rights reserved.
* SPDX-License-Identifier: BSD-3-Clause
#ifndef GIC600_MULTICHIP_H
#define GIC600_MULTICHIP_H
#include <stdint.h>
* GIC-600 microarchitecture supports coherent multichip environments containing
* up to 16 chips.
#define GIC600_MAX_MULTICHIP 16
/* SPI IDs array consist of min and max ids */
#define GIC600_SPI_IDS_SIZE 2
* GIC-600 multichip data structure describes platform specific attributes
* related to GIC-600 multichip. Platform port is expected to define these
* attributes to initialize the multichip related registers and create
* successful connections between the GIC-600s in a multichip system.
* The 'rt_owner_base' field contains the base address of the GIC Distributor
* which owns the routing table.
* The 'rt_owner' field contains the chip number which owns the routing table.
* Chip number or chip_id starts from 0.
* The 'chip_count' field contains the total number of chips in a multichip
* system. This should match the number of entries in 'chip_addrs' and 'spi_ids'
* fields.
* The 'chip_addrs' field contains array of chip addresses. These addresses are
* implementation specific values.
* The 'spi_ids' field contains array of minimum and maximum SPI interrupt ids
* that each chip owns. Note that SPI interrupt ids can range from 32 to 960 and
* it should be group of 32 (i.e., SPI minimum and (SPI maximum + 1) should be
* a multiple of 32). If a chip doesn't own any SPI interrupts a value of {0, 0}
* should be passed.
struct gic600_multichip_data {
uintptr_t rt_owner_base;
unsigned int rt_owner;
unsigned int chip_count;
uint64_t chip_addrs[GIC600_MAX_MULTICHIP];
unsigned int spi_ids[GIC600_MAX_MULTICHIP][GIC600_SPI_IDS_SIZE];
void gic600_multichip_init(struct gic600_multichip_data *multichip_data);
#endif /* GIC600_MULTICHIP_H */