[PATCH 0/2] Add reset deassertion for Aspeed MDIO
dylan_hung at aspeedtech.com
Tue Mar 22 20:10:28 AEDT 2022
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> Subject: Re: [PATCH 0/2] Add reset deassertion for Aspeed MDIO
> On Mon, Mar 21, 2022 at 03:01:29PM +0800, Dylan Hung wrote:
> > Add missing reset deassertion for Aspeed MDIO. There are 4 MDIOs
> > embedded in Aspeed AST2600 and share one reset control bit SCU50.
> Is the reset limited to the MDIO bus masters, or are PHYs one the bus
> potentially also reset?
It is limited to the MDIO bus masters.
> Who asserts the reset in the first place?
The hardware asserts the reset by default.
> Don't you want the first MDIO bus to
> probe to assert and then deassert the reset in order that all the hardware is
Do I still need to add a reset assertion/deassertion if the hardware asserts the reset by default?
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