Layerscape Knowledge Base

cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

Layerscape Knowledge Base

Labels

Discussions

The attached patch is to support DDR3L in LS1043A. The SDK version is Linux-LS1043A-SDK-V0.5-SOURCE-20151223-yocto.iso. Not SDK2.0. The DDR3L part number is two Winbond W632GU6KB(16M x 8 banks x 16 bits DDR3L SDRAM).
View full article
Currently rate limiting is supported on TX side only via IOCTL call FM_PORT_IOC_SET_RATE_LIMIT. A user-space application has to be implement which opens the character driver interface of the TX port and issue the IOCTL. The rate_limit structure (mentioned below) has to be filled to implement the restriction.   For example:   fd = open ("/dev/fm0_port_tx5", O_RDWR);   err = ioctl(fd, FM_PORT_IOC_SET_RATE_LIMIT, &fm_port);   Structure to pass to the IOCTL: /**************************************************************************//** @Description@@   A structure for defining Tx rate limiting (Must match struct t_FmPortRateLimit defined in fm_port_ext.h) *//***************************************************************************/ typedef struct ioc_fm_port_rate_limit_t { uint16_t max_burst_size;         /**< in KBytes for Tx ports, in frames for offline parsing ports. (note that for early chips burst size is rounded up to a multiply of 1000 frames).*/     uint32_t rate_limit; /**< in Kb/sec for Tx ports, in frame/sec for offline parsing ports. Rate limit refers to data rate (rather than line rate). */ ioc_fm_port_dual_rate_limiter_scale_down rate_limit_divider; /**< For offline parsing ports only. Not-valid for some earlier chip revisions */ } ioc_fm_port_rate_limit_t; Further information in the below link. http://www.freescale.com/infocenter/index.jsp?topic=%2FQORIQSDK%2F2283674.html
View full article