Re: [PATCH 0/4] thermal: Introduce Qualcomm Thermal Mitigation Device support

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On 29.09.2023 18:16, Caleb Connolly wrote:
> The Thermal Mitigation Device (TMD) Service is a QMI service that runs
> on remote subsystems (the modem and DSPs) on Qualcomm SoCs.
> It exposes various mitigations including passive thermal controls and
> rail voltage restrictions.
> This series introduces support for exposing TMDs as cooling devices
> in the kernel through the thermal framework, using the QMI interface.
> Each TMD client is described as a child of the remoteproc node in
> devicetree. With subnodes for each control.
> This series is based on previous work by Bhupesh Sharma which can be
> found at [1]. I'm sending this as a fresh series as it has been a
> year since the original version and I have rewritten most of the driver.
Since you're adding support for funky hw, it would be appreciated
if you also linked to a tree that has the dt bits hooked up, the
schema example may not tell the whole story


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