[PATCH linux 15/15] drivers/fsi: Initialize CFAMs for read/write access
jk at ozlabs.org
Fri Oct 7 12:21:21 AEDT 2016
> A break can be issued on any available link.
> Due to hardware bugs that vary depending on the combination of
> master type and cfam type the break command must be issued to
> different ID's and addresses accordingly. This was the reason for
> adding the cfam_id, break_id, etc.. to the fsi_master struct.
But (according to the docs I have) a break is just a logical 1 for 256
clocks - it contains no addressing ID / information. What do the
cfam_ids and break_ids represent "on the wire"?
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