Re: [PATCH RFC v2 0/5] soc: qcom: add in-kernel pd-mapper implementation

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On Fri, 1 Mar 2024 at 01:00, Dmitry Baryshkov
<dmitry.baryshkov@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Protection domain mapper is a QMI service providing mapping between
> 'protection domains' and services supported / allowed in these domains.
> For example such mapping is required for loading of the WiFi firmware or
> for properly starting up the UCSI / altmode / battery manager support.
> The existing userspace implementation has several issue. It doesn't play
> well with CONFIG_EXTRA_FIRMWARE, it doesn't reread the JSON files if the
> firmware location is changed (or if the firmware was not available at
> the time pd-mapper was started but the corresponding directory is
> mounted later), etc.
> However this configuration is largely static and common between
> different platforms. Provide in-kernel service implementing static
> per-platform data.
> NOTE: this is an RFC / RFC, the domain mapping data might be inaccurate
> (especially for SM6xxx and SC7xxx platforms), which is reflected by
> several TODO and FIXME comments in the code.
> Changes since RFC v1:
> - Swapped num_domains / domains (Konrad)
> - Fixed an issue with battery not working on sc8280xp

After sending this RFC I have stumbled upon another issue on sc8280xp
/ X13s. I'll send v3 after finding a way to fix it.

> - Added missing configuration for QCS404
>> Best regards,
> --
> Dmitry Baryshkov <dmitry.baryshkov@xxxxxxxxxx>

With best wishes

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