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Bman and Qman portal shared and slave

Question asked by Wei Zhao on Feb 12, 2018
Latest reply on Feb 21, 2018 by bpe

Hello folks,

 I'm doing the board "bring up" with Linux on top of Freescale Hypervisora on customized T1042 board. And, Linux Kernel versionis 4.12.

 I'm having a hard time trying to figure why during boot up, the Bman and Qman are intialized as shared and slave mode.  I am expecting all the cores having its on Bman and Qman created, not this shared and slave.  Can anybody please tell me how to configure the Kernel or DTS to make this shared and slave mode disabled ?

 

Thanks,

Wei

 

[ 0.881394] usbcore: registered new device driver usb
[ 0.896131] EDAC MC: Ver: 3.0.0
[ 0.904739] Bman err interrupt handler present
[ 0.919471] Bman portal (shared) initialised, cpu 0
[ 0.933412] Bman portal (slave) initialised, cpu 1
[ 0.947965] Bman portal (slave) initialised, cpu 2
[ 0.962540] Bman portals initialised
[ 0.973724] Qman err interrupt handler present
[ 0.985901] qman_driver:portal_set_cpu(): iommu_domain_alloc() failed
[ 1.004349] Qman portal (shared) initialised, cpu 0
[ 1.018788] Qman portal (slave) initialised, cpu 1
[ 1.033361] Qman portal (slave) initialised, cpu 2
[ 1.047914] Qman portals initialised

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