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* HPMC (High Priority Machine Check) handler.
* Copyright (C) 1999 Philipp Rumpf <>
* Copyright (C) 1999 Hewlett-Packard (Frank Rowand)
* Copyright (C) 2000 Hewlett-Packard (John Marvin)
* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
* any later version.
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* GNU General Public License for more details.
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
* along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
* Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
* This HPMC handler retrieves the HPMC pim data, resets IO and
* returns to the default trap handler with code set to 1 (HPMC).
* The default trap handler calls handle interruption, which
* does a stack and register dump. This at least allows kernel
* developers to get back to C code in virtual mode, where they
* have the option to examine and print values from memory that
* would help in debugging an HPMC caused by a software bug.
* There is more to do here:
* 1) On MP systems we need to synchronize processors
* before calling pdc/iodc.
* 2) We should be checking the system state and not
* returning to the fault handler if things are really
* bad.
.level 1.1
#include <asm/assembly.h>
#include <asm/pdc.h>
#include <linux/linkage.h>
* stack for os_hpmc, the HPMC handler.
* buffer for IODC procedures (for the HPMC handler).
* IODC requires 7K byte stack. That leaves 1K byte for os_hpmc.
.align PAGE_SIZE
.block 16384
#define HPMC_IODC_BUF_SIZE 0x8000
.align PAGE_SIZE
.align 8
.block 128
#define HPMC_PIM_DATA_SIZE 896 /* Enough to hold all architected 2.0 state */
.align 8
.import intr_save, code
* registers modified:
* Using callee saves registers without saving them. The
* original values are in the pim dump if we need them.
* r2 (rp) return pointer
* r3 address of PDCE_PROC
* r4 scratch
* r5 scratch
* r23 (arg3) procedure arg
* r24 (arg2) procedure arg
* r25 (arg1) procedure arg
* r26 (arg0) procedure arg
* r30 (sp) stack pointer
* registers read:
* r26 contains address of PDCE_PROC on entry
* r28 (ret0) return value from procedure
copy arg0, %r3 /* save address of PDCE_PROC */
* disable nested HPMCs
* Increment os_hpmc checksum to invalidate it.
* Do this before turning the PSW M bit off.
mfctl %cr14, %r4
ldw 52(%r4),%r5
addi 1,%r5,%r5
stw %r5,52(%r4)
/* MP_FIXME: synchronize all processors. */
/* Setup stack pointer. */
load32 PA(hpmc_stack),sp
ldo 128(sp),sp /* leave room for arguments */
* Most PDC routines require that the M bit be off.
* So turn on the Q bit and turn off the M bit.
ldo 8(%r0),%r4 /* PSW Q on, PSW M off */
mtctl %r4,ipsw
mtctl %r0,pcsq
mtctl %r0,pcsq
load32 PA(os_hpmc_1),%r4
mtctl %r4,pcoq
ldo 4(%r4),%r4
mtctl %r4,pcoq
/* Call PDC_PIM to get HPMC pim info */
* Note that on some newer boxes, PDC_PIM must be called
* before PDC_IO if you want IO to be reset. PDC_PIM sets
* a flag that PDC_IO examines.
ldo PDC_PIM(%r0), arg0
ldo PDC_PIM_HPMC(%r0),arg1 /* Transfer HPMC data */
load32 PA(hpmc_raddr),arg2
load32 PA(hpmc_pim_data),arg3
stw %r4,-52(sp)
ldil L%PA(os_hpmc_2), rp
bv (r3) /* call pdce_proc */
ldo R%PA(os_hpmc_2)(rp), rp
comib,<> 0,ret0, os_hpmc_fail
/* Reset IO by calling the hversion dependent PDC_IO routine */
ldo PDC_IO(%r0),arg0
ldo 0(%r0),arg1 /* log IO errors */
ldo 0(%r0),arg2 /* reserved */
ldo 0(%r0),arg3 /* reserved */
stw %r0,-52(sp) /* reserved */
ldil L%PA(os_hpmc_3),rp
bv (%r3) /* call pdce_proc */
ldo R%PA(os_hpmc_3)(rp),rp
/* FIXME? Check for errors from PDC_IO (-1 might be OK) */
* Initialize the IODC console device (HPA,SPA, path etc.
* are stored on page 0.
* Load IODC into hpmc_iodc_buf by calling PDC_IODC.
* Note that PDC_IODC handles flushing the appropriate
* data and instruction cache lines.
ldo PDC_IODC(%r0),arg0
ldo PDC_IODC_READ(%r0),arg1
load32 PA(hpmc_raddr),arg2
ldw BOOT_CONSOLE_HPA_OFFSET(%r0),arg3 /* console hpa */
ldo PDC_IODC_RI_INIT(%r0),%r4
stw %r4,-52(sp)
load32 PA(hpmc_iodc_buf),%r4
stw %r4,-56(sp)
stw %r4,-60(sp)
ldil L%PA(os_hpmc_4),rp
bv (%r3) /* call pdce_proc */
ldo R%PA(os_hpmc_4)(rp),rp
comib,<> 0,ret0,os_hpmc_fail
/* Call the entry init (just loaded by PDC_IODC) */
ldw BOOT_CONSOLE_HPA_OFFSET(%r0),arg0 /* console hpa */
ldo ENTRY_INIT_MOD_DEV(%r0), arg1
ldw BOOT_CONSOLE_SPA_OFFSET(%r0),arg2 /* console spa */
depi 0,31,11,arg2 /* clear bits 21-31 */
ldo BOOT_CONSOLE_PATH_OFFSET(%r0),arg3 /* console path */
load32 PA(hpmc_raddr),%r4
stw %r4, -52(sp)
stw %r0, -56(sp) /* HV */
stw %r0, -60(sp) /* HV */
stw %r0, -64(sp) /* HV */
stw %r0, -68(sp) /* lang, must be zero */
load32 PA(hpmc_iodc_buf),%r5
ldil L%PA(os_hpmc_5),rp
bv (%r5)
ldo R%PA(os_hpmc_5)(rp),rp
comib,<> 0,ret0,os_hpmc_fail
/* Prepare to call intr_save */
* Load kernel page directory (load into user also, since
* we don't intend to ever return to user land anyway)
load32 PA(swapper_pg_dir),%r4
mtctl %r4,%cr24 /* Initialize kernel root pointer */
mtctl %r4,%cr25 /* Initialize user root pointer */
/* Clear sr4-sr7 */
mtsp %r0, %sr4
mtsp %r0, %sr5
mtsp %r0, %sr6
mtsp %r0, %sr7
tovirt_r1 %r30 /* make sp virtual */
rsm 8,%r0 /* Clear Q bit */
ldi 1,%r8 /* Set trap code to "1" for HPMC */
load32 PA(intr_save),%r1
be 0(%sr7,%r1)
* Reset the system
* Some systems may lockup from a broadcast reset, so try the
* hversion PDC_BROADCAST_RESET() first.
* MP_FIXME: reset all processors if more than one central bus.
ldo 0(%r0),arg1 /* do reset */
ldil L%PA(os_hpmc_6),rp
bv (%r3) /* call pdce_proc */
ldo R%PA(os_hpmc_6)(rp),rp
* possible return values:
* -1 non-existent procedure
* -2 non-existent option
* -16 unaligned stack
* If call returned, do a broadcast reset.
ldil L%0xfffc0000,%r4 /* IO_BROADCAST */
ldo 5(%r0),%r5
stw %r5,48(%r4) /* CMD_RESET to IO_COMMAND offset */
b .
.align 4
.export os_hpmc_size
.word .os_hpmc_end-.os_hpmc