11.7. Marvell IOB address decoding bindings

IO bridge configuration driver (3rd stage address translation) for Marvell Armada 8K and 8K+ SoCs.

The IOB includes a description of the address decoding configuration.

IOB supports up to n (in CP110 n=24) windows for external memory transaction. When a transaction passes through the IOB, its address is compared to each of the enabled windows. If there is a hit and it passes the security checks, it is advanced to the target port.

11.7.1. Mandatory functions

  • marvell_get_iob_memory_map

    Returns the IOB windows configuration and the number of windows

11.7.2. Mandatory structures

  • iob_memory_map

    Array that includes the configuration of the windows. Every window/entry is a struct which has 3 parameters:

    • Base address of the window

    • Size of the window

    • Target-ID of the window

11.7.3. Target ID options

  • 0x0 = Internal configuration space

  • 0x1 = MCI0

  • 0x2 = PEX1_X1

  • 0x3 = PEX2_X1

  • 0x4 = PEX0_X4

  • 0x5 = NAND flash

  • 0x6 = RUNIT (NOR/SPI/BootRoom)

  • 0x7 = MCI1

11.7.4. Example

struct addr_map_win iob_memory_map[] = {
        {0x00000000f7000000,    0x0000000001000000,     PEX1_TID}, /* PEX1_X1 window */
        {0x00000000f8000000,    0x0000000001000000,     PEX2_TID}, /* PEX2_X1 window */
        {0x00000000f6000000,    0x0000000001000000,     PEX0_TID}, /* PEX0_X4 window */
        {0x00000000f9000000,    0x0000000001000000,     NAND_TID}  /* NAND window */
};