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/** @file circbuf.c
*
* @brief Drivers to manipulate large circular buffer that holds compressed
* images/video. Buffer frame data is filled in by the FPGA, frame pointers and
* essential frames metadata filled during servicing of the interrupts.
*
* @copyright Copyright (C) 2016 Elphel, Inc
*
* @par <b>License</b>
* This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
* (at your option) any later version.
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
* GNU General Public License for more details.
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
* along with this program. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
*/
#include <linux/device.h>
#include <linux/module.h>
#include <linux/mm.h>
#include <linux/sched.h>
#include <linux/slab.h>
#include <linux/errno.h>
#include <linux/kernel.h>
#include <linux/fs.h>
#include <linux/init.h>
#include <linux/wait.h>
#include <linux/dma-mapping.h>
#include <linux/platform_device.h>
#include <linux/of.h>
#include <linux/of_device.h>
#include <linux/uio.h>
#include <asm/uaccess.h>
#include <uapi/elphel/x393_devices.h>
#include <uapi/elphel/c313a.h>
#include <elphel/elphel393-mem.h>
#include "framepars.h"
#include "sensor_common.h"
#include "jpeghead.h"
//#include "circbuf.h"
#include "exif.h"
#include "x393_macro.h"
//#include "x393_helpers.h"
/** @brief Driver name displayed in system logs */
//#define CIRCBUF_DRIVER_NAME "circbuf driver"
/** @brief Wait queue for the processes waiting for a new frame to appear in the circular buffer. Each channel has
* its own instance of wait queue to prevent race conditions when one channel wakes up the queue while the other
* channel is processing interrupt and moved its write pointer, but has not finished all other functions yet.
*/
wait_queue_head_t circbuf_wait_queue[SENSOR_PORTS];
struct circbuf_priv_t circbuf_priv[SENSOR_PORTS];
struct circbuf_priv_t *circbuf_priv_ptr = circbuf_priv;
/** @brief Global pointer to basic device structure. This pointer is used in debugfs output functions */
static struct device *g_dev_ptr;
/** @brief Structure used for matching a device from device tree */
static const struct of_device_id elphel393_circbuf_of_match[];
unsigned long *ccam_dma_buf_ptr[SENSOR_PORTS] = {NULL};
/** Get structure describing selected circbuf channel (start virtual and physical, buffer size) */
struct circbuf_priv_t *get_circbuf(int chn) ///< compressor channel
///< @return pointer to requested structure
{
return &circbuf_priv[chn];
}
/**
* @brief Set up pointers to memory where circular buffers are located. The memory
* for circular buffers is reserved using CMA mechanism.
* @param[in] pdev driver's platform device structure
* @return 0 if pointers were set up and negative error code otherwise
*/
int init_ccam_dma_buf_ptr(struct platform_device *pdev)
{
int i;
dma_addr_t dma_handle;
const size_t dma_size = (CCAM_DMA_SIZE + (PAGE_SIZE >> 2)) * sizeof(int);
struct device *dev = &pdev->dev;
unsigned long *dma_buf_ptr = NULL;
// use Elphel_buf if it was allocated
if (pElphel_buf != NULL) {
dma_buf_ptr = pElphel_buf->vaddr;
dma_handle = pElphel_buf->paddr;
dev_info(dev, "using %lu bytes of DMA memory from pElphel_buf at address 0x%08x", pElphel_buf->size * PAGE_SIZE, dma_handle);
} else {
dma_buf_ptr = dmam_alloc_coherent(dev, dma_size, &dma_handle, GFP_KERNEL);
if (!dma_buf_ptr) {
dev_err(dev, "unable to allocate DMA buffer\n");
return -ENOMEM;
} else {
dev_info(dev, "%d bytes of DMA memory allocated at address 0x%08x", dma_size , dma_handle);
}
}
for (i = 0; i < SENSOR_PORTS; i++) {
circbuf_priv[i].buf_ptr = dma_buf_ptr + BYTE2DW(CIRCBUF_START_OFFSET + i * CCAM_DMA_SIZE);
circbuf_priv[i].phys_addr = dma_handle + CIRCBUF_START_OFFSET + i * CCAM_DMA_SIZE;
circbuf_priv[i].buf_size = CCAM_DMA_SIZE;
circbuf_priv[i].buf_size32 = circbuf_priv[i].buf_size>>2; // used in many places
ccam_dma_buf_ptr[i] = circbuf_priv[i].buf_ptr;
// set circular buffer size in bytes
set_globalParam(i, G_CIRCBUFSIZE, circbuf_priv[i].buf_size);
}
return 0;
}
ssize_t circbuf_get_ptr(int sensor_port, size_t offset, size_t len, struct fvec *vect_0, struct fvec *vect_1)
{
int ret = 1;
if (offset > CCAM_DMA_SIZE || sensor_port >= SENSOR_PORTS)
return -EINVAL;
if (offset + len < CCAM_DMA_SIZE) {
// the image is not split
vect_0->iov_base = &circbuf_priv[sensor_port].buf_ptr[BYTE2DW(offset)];
vect_0->iov_dma = circbuf_priv[sensor_port].phys_addr + offset;
vect_0->iov_len = len;
vect_1->iov_base = NULL;
vect_1->iov_len = 0;
vect_1->iov_dma = 0;
} else {
// the image is split into two segments
vect_0->iov_base = &circbuf_priv[sensor_port].buf_ptr[BYTE2DW(offset)];
vect_0->iov_dma = circbuf_priv[sensor_port].phys_addr + offset;
vect_0->iov_len = CCAM_DMA_SIZE - offset;
vect_1->iov_base = circbuf_priv[sensor_port].buf_ptr;
vect_1->iov_dma = circbuf_priv[sensor_port].phys_addr;
vect_1->iov_len = len - vect_0->iov_len;
ret = 2;
}
return ret;
}
EXPORT_SYMBOL_GPL(circbuf_get_ptr);
/**
* @brief Process circular buffer file opening and define further action in accordance
* with minor file number.
* @param[in] inode
* @param[in] filp
* @return 0 if file was opened successfully and negative error code otherwise
*/
int circbuf_all_open(struct inode *inode, struct file *filp)
{
int res;
unsigned int minor = MINOR(inode->i_rdev);
unsigned int dev_type;
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "circbuf_all_open, minor = 0x%x\n", minor);
minor_to_chn(minor, &dev_type);
switch (dev_type) {
case DEV393_MINOR(DEV393_CIRCBUF0):
res = circbuf_open(inode, filp);
break;
case DEV393_MINOR(DEV393_JPEGHEAD0):
res = jpeghead_open(inode, filp);
break;
case DEV393_MINOR(DEV393_HUFFMAN0):
res = huffman_open(inode, filp);
break;
default:
return -EINVAL;
}
return res;
}
/**
* @brief Process circular buffer file closing and define further action in accordance
* with minor file number.
* @param[in] inode
* @param[in] filp
* @return 0 if file was opened successfully and negative error code otherwise
*/
int circbuf_all_release(struct inode *inode, struct file *filp)
{
int res=0;
unsigned int minor = MINOR(inode->i_rdev);
unsigned int dev_type;
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "minor = 0x%x\n", minor);
minor_to_chn(minor, &dev_type);
switch (dev_type) {
case DEV393_MINOR(DEV393_CIRCBUF0):
// res=circbuf_release(inode,filp);
break;
case DEV393_MINOR(DEV393_JPEGHEAD0):
// res=jpeghead_release(inode,filp);
break;
case DEV393_MINOR(DEV393_HUFFMAN0):
// res=huffman_release(inode,filp);
break;
default:
return -EINVAL;
}
if (filp->private_data) kfree(filp->private_data);
return res;
}
/**
* @brief Process lseek operation on circular buffer file and define further
* action in accordance with minor file number.
* @param[in] file pointer to file structure corresponding to the circular buffer file
* @param[in] offset offset in bytes
* @param[in] orig where the @e offset should start
* @return The resulting offset location in bytes from the beginning of the file.
*/
loff_t circbuf_all_lseek(struct file *file, loff_t offset, int orig)
{
int rp;
struct interframe_params_t *fp = NULL;
unsigned int minor = MINOR(file->f_inode->i_rdev);
unsigned int dev_type;
unsigned int chn = minor_to_chn(minor, &dev_type);
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "circbuf_all_lseek, minor = 0x%x\n", minor);
switch (dev_type) {
case DEV393_MINOR(DEV393_CIRCBUF0):
return circbuf_lseek(file, offset, orig);
case DEV393_MINOR(DEV393_JPEGHEAD0):
if (orig == SEEK_END && offset > 0) {
rp = BYTE2DW(X393_BUFFSUB_CHN(offset, CHUNK_SIZE, chn)) & (~7); // convert to index to long, align to 32-bytes
fp = (struct interframe_params_t *) &circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[rp];
}
return jpeghead_lseek(file, offset, orig, fp);
case DEV393_MINOR(DEV393_HUFFMAN0):
return huffman_lseek(file, offset, orig);
default:
return -EINVAL;
}
}
/**
* @brief Process read operation on circular buffer file and define further
* action in accordance with minor file number.
* @param[in] file pointer to file structure corresponding to the circular buffer file
* @param[out] buf pointer to user buffer where the data should be placed
* @param[in] count the size of requested data transfer
* @param[in] off file position the user is accessing
* @return The number of bytes copied or negative error code.
*/
ssize_t circbuf_all_read(struct file *file, char *buf, size_t count, loff_t *off)
{
unsigned int minor = MINOR(file->f_inode->i_rdev);
unsigned int dev_type;
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "minor = 0x%x\n", minor);
minor_to_chn(minor, &dev_type);
switch (dev_type) {
case DEV393_MINOR(DEV393_CIRCBUF0):
return circbuf_read(file, buf, count, off);
case DEV393_MINOR(DEV393_JPEGHEAD0):
return jpeghead_read(file, buf, count, off);
case DEV393_MINOR(DEV393_HUFFMAN0):
return huffman_read(file, buf, count, off);
default:
return -EINVAL;
}
}
/**
* @brief Process write operation on circular buffer file and define further
* action in accordance with minor file number.
* @param[in] file pointer to file structure corresponding to the circular buffer file
* @param[out] buf pointer to user buffer holding the data
* @param[in] count the size of requested data transfer
* @param[in] off file position the user is accessing
* @return The number of bytes copied or negative error code.
*/
ssize_t circbuf_all_write(struct file *file, const char *buf, size_t count, loff_t *off)
{
unsigned int minor = MINOR(file->f_inode->i_rdev);
unsigned int dev_type;
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "minor = 0x%x, count = %d, off = %d\n", minor, (int)count, (int)*off);
minor_to_chn(minor, &dev_type);
switch (dev_type) {
case DEV393_MINOR(DEV393_CIRCBUF0):
return circbuf_write (file, buf, count, off);
case DEV393_MINOR(DEV393_JPEGHEAD0):
// no method for this module
return -EINVAL;
case DEV393_MINOR(DEV393_HUFFMAN0):
return huffman_write (file, buf, count, off);
default:
return -EINVAL;
}
}
/**
* @brief Process memory map operation on circular buffer file and define further
* action in accordance with minor file number. Only circular buffer itself supports
* memory mapped operation, all other files will return an error.
* @param[in] file pointer to file structure corresponding to the circular buffer file
* @param[in] vma contains the information about the virtual address range
* @return 0 if file was mapped successfully and negative error code otherwise
*/
int circbuf_all_mmap(struct file *file, struct vm_area_struct *vma)
{
unsigned int minor = MINOR(file->f_inode->i_rdev);
unsigned int dev_type;
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "minor = 0x%x\n", minor);
minor_to_chn(minor, &dev_type);
switch (dev_type) {
case DEV393_MINOR(DEV393_CIRCBUF0):
return circbuf_mmap(file, vma);
default:
return -EINVAL;
}
}
/**
* @brief Process poll operation on circular buffer file and define further
* action in accordance with minor file number. Only circular buffer itself supports
* memory mapped operation, all other files will return an error.
* @param[in] file pointer to file structure corresponding to the circular buffer file
* @param[in] wait pointer to a wait queue
* @return POLLHUP if pointer is invalid, (POLLIN | POLLRDNORM) if frame is ready,
* 0 in case nothing is ready or incorrect minor number received.
*/
unsigned int circbuf_all_poll(struct file *file, poll_table *wait)
{
unsigned int minor = MINOR(file->f_inode->i_rdev);
unsigned int dev_type;
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "minor = 0x%x\n", minor);
minor_to_chn(minor, &dev_type);
switch (dev_type) {
case DEV393_MINOR(DEV393_CIRCBUF0):
return circbuf_poll(file, wait);
default:
return 0;
}
}
/**
* @brief Process circular buffer file opening.
* @param[in] inode
* @param[in] filp
* @return Always 0.
*/
int circbuf_open(struct inode *inode, struct file *filp)
{
unsigned int minor = MINOR(inode->i_rdev);
inode->i_size = circbuf_priv[minor_to_chn(minor, NULL)].buf_size; // CCAM__DMA_SIZE;
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "inode->i_size = 0x%llx\n", inode->i_size);
return 0;
}
/**
* @brief Debug function, prints the content of interframe parameters.
* @param[in] params pointer to #interframe_params_t which should be printed
* @param[in] offset offset in circular buffer where the @e params is located
* @param[in] chn channel number this @e params belongs to
* @return None
*/
void dump_interframe_params(struct interframe_params_t *params, int offset, unsigned int chn)
{
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "Dump of interframe parameters at offset 0x%x [chn %u]:\n", offset, chn);
print_hex_dump_bytes("", DUMP_PREFIX_OFFSET, params, sizeof(struct interframe_params_t) - 4);
}
/**
* @brief Get the length of an image before given pointer. The pointer @e byte_offset
* points to the beginning of new image data segment and this function calculates
* the length of the previous image data segment and returns a pointer to the end of
* this segment.
* @param[in] byte_offset the offset of image data in circular buffer
* @param[in] chn circular buffer channel
* @param[out] last_chunk_offset the offset where image data ends
*/
unsigned long get_image_length(int byte_offset, unsigned int chn, int *last_chunk_offset)
{
unsigned int offset;
unsigned long len32;
int last_image_chunk = X393_BUFFSUB_CHN(byte_offset, OFFSET_X40, chn);
offset = X393_BUFFADD_CHN(last_image_chunk, CHUNK_SIZE - CCAM_MMAP_META_LENGTH, chn);
len32 = circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[BYTE2DW(offset)];
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "[chn %d] byte_offset = 0x%x, calculated offset = 0x%x, len32 = 0x%lx\n", chn, byte_offset, offset, len32);
if ((len32 & MARKER_FF) != MARKER_FF) {
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "[chn %u] failed to get 0xff marker at offset 0x%x\n", chn, offset);
last_image_chunk = X393_BUFFSUB_CHN(byte_offset, OFFSET_X40 + CHUNK_SIZE, chn);
offset = X393_BUFFADD_CHN(last_image_chunk, CHUNK_SIZE - CCAM_MMAP_META_LENGTH, chn);
len32 = circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[BYTE2DW(offset)];
if ((len32 & MARKER_FF) != MARKER_FF) {
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "[chn %u] failed to get 0xff marker at CORRECTED offset 0x%x\n", chn, offset);
return 0;
}
}
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "[chn %u] got len32 = 0x%lx at 0x%x\n", chn, len32, offset);
if (last_chunk_offset != NULL)
*last_chunk_offset = last_image_chunk;
return len32;
}
/**
* @brief Check that read pointer is valid
* @param[in] rp_offset read pointer to be checked; this pointer is in bytes
* @param[out] fpp pointer to #interframe_params_t structure, this pointer will be set to
* frame header before @e rp and will point to its parameters
* @param[in] chn specify compressor channel number which pointer should be checked
* @return 0 if the pointer is for the frame yet to be acquired, 1 if there is a valid frame at this address,
* 2 if file pointer should be advanced by 32 bytes,
* -1 if there is no frame at this index, -2 if the pointer is not 32-bytes aligned
* sets *fpp to the frame header, including signature and length
*/
#ifdef PRE_FRAMEPARS
int circbuf_valid_ptr(loff_t *rp_offset, struct interframe_params_t **fpp, unsigned int chn)
{
int rp = *rp_offset;
int last_image_chunk;
// unsigned int sec;
// unsigned int usec;
int wp = camseq_get_jpeg_wp(chn);
// unsigned int len32 = get_image_length(DW2BYTE(wp), chn, &last_image_chunk);
struct interframe_params_t *fp, *fp_off;
if (rp & 0x1f) {
// rp is not 32-bytes aligned
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "misaligned pointer rp = 0x%x for channel %d\n", rp, chn);
return -2;
}
fp = (struct interframe_params_t *) &circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[BYTE2DW(X393_BUFFSUB_CHN(rp, sizeof(struct interframe_params_t) - 4, chn))];
*fpp = fp;
dump_interframe_params(fp, X393_BUFFSUB_CHN(rp, sizeof(struct interframe_params_t) - 4, chn), chn);
if (BYTE2DW(rp) == wp)
// read pointer and write pointer coincide, frame not yet acquired
return 0;
if (fp->signffff != MARKER_FFFF) {
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "[chn %u] interframe signature is overwritten, signffff = 0x%x\n", chn, fp->signffff);
fp_off = (struct interframe_params_t *) &circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[BYTE2DW(rp)];
if (fp_off->signffff != MARKER_FFFF) {
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "[chn %u] interframe signature is overwritten at CORRECTED offset, signffff = 0x%x\n", chn, fp_off->signffff);
return -1;
} else {
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "[chn %u] interframe pointer and file ponter is advanced by 0x20\n", chn);
*fpp = fp_off;
*rp_offset = X393_BUFFADD_CHN(*rp_offset, CHUNK_SIZE, chn);
dump_interframe_params(fp_off, rp, chn);
return 2;
}
}
return 1;
}
#endif
#define X313_PADDED_FRAME(x)((((x)+67+CCAM_MMAP_META ) >>2) & 0xfffffff8)
/** Verify that the image pointer in the buffer is valid */
int circbufValidPointer(int rp, ///< rp_offset read pointer to be checked; this pointer is in bytes
struct interframe_params_t ** fpp, ///< pointer to #interframe_params_t structure, this pointer will be set to
///< the frame header before @e rp and will point to its parameters
unsigned int chn) ///< sensor port number
///< @return
/// * 0 if the pointer is for the frame yet to be acquired,
///< * 1 if there is a valid frame at this address,
///< * 2 if file pointer should be advanced by 32 bytes,
///< * -1 if there is no frame at this index,
///< * -2 if the pointer is not 32-bytes aligned
///< Sets *fpp to the frame header, including signature and length
{
struct interframe_params_t * fp;
int wp, p;
if (rp & 0x1f) { //!rp is not 32-bytes aligned
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "circbufValidPointer: misaligned pointer\n");
return -2;
}
wp=camSeqGetJPEG_wp(chn);
p= rp >> 2; // index in ccam_dma_buf
fp = (struct interframe_params_t *) &circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[X393_BUFFSUB32(p, 8, chn)]; // 32 bytes before the frame pointer, may roll-over to the end of ccam_dma_buf
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "rp=0x%x (0x%x), offset=0x%x\n",
rp, p, (int) &circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[p]-(int)fp);
// dumpFrameParams(fp, "in circbufValidPointer:");
*fpp=fp;
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "p=0x%x , wp==0x%x\n",p,wp);
if (p == wp) {
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "circbufValidPointer: frame not yet acquired, fp - not valid\n");
return 0; // frame not yet acquired, fp - not valid
}
if (fp->signffff != 0xffff) { //! signature is overwritten
int i;
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "circbufValidPointer: signature overwritten\n");
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "wp = 0x%x, p=0x%x\n",wp,p);
for (i=p-16; i<p+8; i+=8){
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "%06x: %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx\n",
i, circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[i+0], circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[i+1], circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[i+2], circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[i+3],
circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[i+4], circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[i+5], circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[i+6], circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[i+7]);
}
for (i=wp-16; i<wp+8; i+=8){
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "%06x: %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx %08lx\n",
i, circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[i+0], circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[i+1], circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[i+2], circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[i+3],
circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[i+4], circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[i+5], circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[i+6], circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[i+7]);
}
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "circbuf_priv_ptr[%d].buf_size=0x%lx, circbuf_priv_ptr[%d].buf_size32=0x%lx\n",
chn,circbuf_priv_ptr[chn].buf_size, chn,circbuf_priv_ptr[chn].buf_size32);
return -1;
}
if ((fp->timestamp_sec) & X313_LENGTH_MASK) {
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "Should not get here - fp->timestamp_sec=0x%x\n",(int) fp->timestamp_sec);
return 0; //! should not get here - should be caught by (p==wp)
}
return 1;
}
/**
* @brief Reposition read/write file offset
*
* This function is overloaded with additional functionality in order to avoid ioctls.
* In case user-space program set <em>orig == SEEK_END</em>, @e lseek will treat (offset > 0) as a command
* to manipulate frame pointer(s) or wait for the image to be ready using these commands:
* command | description
* ------------------|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* LSEEK_CIRC_TORP | set file pointer to global (shared) read pointer
* LSEEK_CIRC_TOWP | set file pointer to FPGA write pointer (next frame to be acquired)
* LSEEK_CIRC_PREV | move pointer to the previous frame, return @e -EOVERFLOW if there are none
* LSEEK_CIRC_NEXT | advance pointer to the next frame, return @e -EOVERFLOW if it was at the last frame
* LSEEK_CIRC_LAST | move pointer to the last acquired frame (default after open), this is a combination of LSEEK_CIRC_TOWP and LSEEK_CIRC_PREV
* LSEEK_CIRC_FIRST | move pointer to the first acquired frame. It s not safe to rely on this pointer if more frames are expected - next incoming frame can overwrite this one
* LSEEK_CIRC_SCND | move pointer to the second oldest acquired frame. A slightly safer to use instead of LSEEK_CIRC_FIRST when constant acquisition is on and sensor provides new frames - this frame will likely survive longer
* LSEEK_CIRC_SETP | save current pointer to global read pointer
* LSEEK_CIRC_VALID | verify that the frame at current location is valid (not overrun in the buffer). Returns file pointer if it is valid and -1 otherwise
* LSEEK_CIRC_READY | verify frame at current location is available (valid and acquired). Returns file pointer if it is ready or -1 otherwise
* LSEEK_CIRC_WAIT | sleep until next frame is acquired
* All commands but (LSEEK_CIRC_TOWP, LSEEK_CIRC_LAST, LSEEK_CIRC_FIRST) will return -EINVAL if read
* pointer is not valid (i.e buffer was overrun and data pointed is lost). In case of success, they return
* current (byte *) to the start of the frame data (parameters are at offset - 32 from it).
* (0, SEEK_CUR) also verifies that the header is not overwritten. It can be used after buffering frame data to
* verify you got it all correctly.
*
* SEEK_CUR also supports the circular nature of the buffer and rolls over if needed.
*
* Additional commands for SEEK_END (they _DO_ modify the current file pointer):
* command | description
* ------------------|------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* LSEEK_CIRC_FREE | returns remaining memory in circbuf from the current file pointer, or -EINVAL if the pointer is invalid. As this command uses the buffer write pointer that is updated only when the complete frame is in the buffer, the actual free memory may be less by a whole frame if compressor is running
* LSEEK_CIRC_USED | returns memory used in the in circbuf from the current file pointer, or -EINVAL if the pointer is invalid
* The following command is used for profiling from user space applications. It does not change file pointer:
* LSEEK_CIRC_UTIME return current value of microsecond counter.
* @param[in] file pointer to @e file structure
* @param[in] offset offset inside buffer in bytes
* @param[in] orig where the @e offset should start
* @return Current file pointer position if operation was successful and error code otherwise
*/
loff_t circbuf_lseek(struct file * file, loff_t offset, int orig) {
// orig 0: position from begning
// orig 1: relative from current
// orig 2: position from last address
// int l = CCAM_DMA_SIZE;
int fl=0;// frame length
struct interframe_params_t * fp;
int fvld=-1;
int rp=0, bp, prev_p, preprev_p; //, p;
int nf; //! number of frames;
int nz=1; //! number of crossing of start of the circular buffer (counter to prevent looping forever)
unsigned int minor = MINOR(file->f_inode->i_rdev);
unsigned int chn = minor_to_chn(minor, NULL);
//MD12(int dbg_i);
// int pf; // previous frame
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "circbuf_lseek, offset=0x%x, orig=0x%x\n",(int) offset, (int) orig);
switch(orig) {
case SEEK_SET:
file->f_pos = offset;
break;
case SEEK_CUR:
if (offset) file->f_pos += offset;
else if (circbufValidPointer(file->f_pos, &fp, chn) <0 ) return -EINVAL; //!no frames at the specified location or pointer is not 32-byte aligned
break;
case SEEK_END:
if (offset <= 0) {
file->f_pos = circbuf_priv_ptr[chn].buf_size + offset;
} else { //! New functionality
//!verify the frame pointer
switch (offset) {
case LSEEK_CIRC_TORP:
file->f_pos=camSeqGetJPEG_rp(chn)<<2; //! set file pointer to global read pointer, and precoeed
case LSEEK_CIRC_PREV:
case LSEEK_CIRC_NEXT:
case LSEEK_CIRC_SETP:
case LSEEK_CIRC_VALID:
case LSEEK_CIRC_READY:
case LSEEK_CIRC_FREE:
case LSEEK_CIRC_USED:
if (((fvld=circbufValidPointer(file->f_pos, &fp, chn))) <0 )
return -EINVAL; //!no frames at the specified location
}
switch (offset) {
case LSEEK_CIRC_GETFRAME:
return get_compressor_frame(chn); // New in NC393
case LSEEK_CIRC_FREE:
bp=(file->f_pos - (camSeqGetJPEG_wp(chn)<<2));
// return (bp>0)?bp:(bp+l); //!will return full buffer size if current pointer is a write pointer (waiting for the next frame)
return (file->f_pos=(bp>0)?bp:(bp + circbuf_priv_ptr[chn].buf_size)); //!Has a side effect of moving a file pointer!
case LSEEK_CIRC_USED:
bp=((camSeqGetJPEG_wp(chn)<<2) - file->f_pos);
// return (bp>=0)?bp:(bp+l); //!will return 0 if current pointer is a write pointer (waiting for the next frame)
// the condition below was (bp>0), but this resulted in the same _FREE and _USED sizes reported when file and HW pointers are equal
return (file->f_pos=(bp>=0)?bp:(bp + circbuf_priv_ptr[chn].buf_size)); //!Has a side effect of moving a file pointer!
case LSEEK_CIRC_TORP:
break;
case LSEEK_CIRC_TOWP:
file->f_pos=camSeqGetJPEG_wp(chn)<<2; // no checking if it is valid
break;
case LSEEK_CIRC_LAST:
file->f_pos=camSeqGetJPEG_wp(chn)<<2;
fvld=circbufValidPointer(file->f_pos, &fp, chn); //!set fp
if (fvld <0 ){
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "*** LSEEK_CIRC_LAST: invalid pointer rp=0x%x, fvld=%d, fl=0x%x\n",
(int) (file->f_pos >> 2), (int)fvld,(int)circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[X393_BUFFSUB32(rp, 9, chn)] ^ X313_LENGTH_MASK);
}
case LSEEK_CIRC_PREV:
rp= file->f_pos >> 2;
fl=circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[X393_BUFFSUB32(rp, 9, chn)] ^ X313_LENGTH_MASK;
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "LSEEK_CIRC_PREV: rp=0x%x, fvld=%d, fl=0x%x\n", rp, fvld,fl);
if (fl & X313_LENGTH_MASK) {
if (offset==LSEEK_CIRC_LAST) break; // just don't move pointer, leave it at write pointer and return no error
return -EOVERFLOW; //! no frames before current
}
bp = (X393_BUFFSUB32(rp, X313_PADDED_FRAME(fl),chn)<<2); // in bytes
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "LSEEK_CIRC_PREV: bp=0x%x (0x%x), circbufValidPointer=%d\n", bp, bp>>2,circbufValidPointer(rp>>2, &fp,chn));
if (circbufValidPointer(bp, &fp, chn) < 0 ) { //! no valid frames before current
if (offset==LSEEK_CIRC_LAST) break; // just don't move pointer, leave it at write pointer and return no error
return -EOVERFLOW; //! no frames before current
}
//! move frame pointer only if there is a valid frame there
file->f_pos=bp;
break;
case LSEEK_CIRC_NEXT:
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "LSEEK_CIRC_NEXT: rp=0x%llx, fvld=%d, fp->timestamp_sec=0x%lx\n", file->f_pos >> 2, fvld, fp->timestamp_sec);
if (fvld <=0)
return -EOVERFLOW; //! no frames after current
file->f_pos = X393_BUFFADD32(file->f_pos >> 2, X313_PADDED_FRAME(fp->timestamp_sec),chn) <<2 ;// do it even if the next frame does not yet exist
break;
case LSEEK_CIRC_FIRST:
case LSEEK_CIRC_SCND:
//! Starting from the write pointer do be able to count all the frames in the buffer
rp=camSeqGetJPEG_wp(chn); // 32-bit words, not byte address
prev_p=rp;
preprev_p=prev_p; // for second
nf=0;
nz=1;
file->f_pos=rp<<2;
while ((((fvld=circbufValidPointer(rp<<2, &fp, chn))) >= 0) & (nz>=0)) {
nf++;
// file->f_pos=rp<<2;
preprev_p=prev_p; //! second known good (at least first one)
prev_p=rp; //!now - current, known good
fl=circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[X393_BUFFSUB32(rp, 9, chn)] ^ X313_LENGTH_MASK;
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "\nf=%d, rp=0x%x, fvld=%d, fl=0x%x\n",nf, rp, fvld, fl);
if (fl & X313_LENGTH_MASK) break; //! no frames before rp (==prev_p)
//! move rp to the previous frame
rp= X393_BUFFSUB32(rp, X313_PADDED_FRAME(fl),chn);
if (rp > prev_p) nz-- ; // rolled through zero - make sure we'll not stuck in this loop forever
}
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "after while{}: nf=%d, rp=0x%x, fvld=%d, fl=0x%x\n",nf, rp, fvld, fl);
file->f_pos=((offset==LSEEK_CIRC_SCND)?preprev_p:prev_p) << 2;
break;
case LSEEK_CIRC_SETP:
camSeqSetJPEG_rp(chn, file->f_pos>>2);
break;
case LSEEK_CIRC_VALID:
break;
case LSEEK_CIRC_READY:
if (fvld <=0) return -EINVAL; //! no frame is available better code?
break;
case LSEEK_CIRC_WAIT:
while (((fvld=circbufValidPointer(file->f_pos, &fp, chn)))==0) { //! only while not ready, ready or BAD - return
wait_event_interruptible (circbuf_wait_queue[chn],(camSeqGetJPEG_wp(chn)<<2)!=file->f_pos);
}
if (fvld < 0) return -ESPIPE; //!invalid seek - have better code?
return file->f_pos ; //! data already available, return file pointer
default:
if ((offset & ~0x1f)==LSEEK_DAEMON_CIRCBUF) {
wait_event_interruptible (circbuf_wait_queue[chn], get_imageParamsFrame(chn, P_DAEMON_EN, camSeqGetJPEG_frame(chn)) & (1<<(offset & 0x1f)));
}
}
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "return SEEK_END file->f_pos =0x%08llx\n",file->f_pos);
return ( file->f_pos ); //! file position >=0
}
break;
default:
return -EINVAL;
}
// roll-over position
while (file->f_pos < 0) file->f_pos+= circbuf_priv_ptr[chn].buf_size;
while (file->f_pos > circbuf_priv_ptr[chn].buf_size) file->f_pos-= circbuf_priv_ptr[chn].buf_size;
if ((orig !=SEEK_END) && (file->f_pos == circbuf_priv_ptr[chn].buf_size)) file->f_pos=0; //!only for lseek (fd,0,SEEK_END) the result will be file size, others will roll to 0
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "return file->f_pos =0x%08llx\n",file->f_pos);
return file->f_pos ;
}
/**
* @brief This function handles write operations for circbuf files.
* @note Never use @e file->f_pos in this function.
* @param[in] file pointer to <em>struct file</em>
* @param[in] buf pointer to buffer containing data
* @param[in] count number of bytes in buffer
* @param[in] off offset
* @return number of bytes read form @e buf
*/
ssize_t circbuf_write(struct file *file, const char *buf, size_t count, loff_t *off)
{
unsigned long p;
unsigned int minor = MINOR(file->f_inode->i_rdev);
unsigned int chn = minor_to_chn(minor, NULL);
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "minor = 0x%x, count = 0x%x, off = 0x%x", minor, count,(int) off);
p = *off;
if (p >= circbuf_priv[chn].buf_size) //CCAM__DMA_SIZE)
p = circbuf_priv[chn].buf_size; // CCAM__DMA_SIZE;
if ((p + count) > circbuf_priv[chn].buf_size) // CCAM_-MA_SIZE)
count = circbuf_priv[chn].buf_size-p; // CCAM__DMA_SIZE - p;
if (count) {
if (copy_from_user(&circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[BYTE2DW(p)], buf, count))
return -EFAULT;
*off += count;
}
return count;
}
/**
* @brief This function handles read operations for circbuf files.
* @note Never use @e file->f_pos in this function.
* @param[in] file pointer to <em>struct file</em>
* @param[in] buf pointer to buffer where data will be written to
* @param[in] count number of bytes written to @e buf
* @param[in] off offset
* @return Number of bytes written to @e buf
*/
ssize_t circbuf_read(struct file *file, char *buf, size_t count, loff_t *off)
{
unsigned long p;
unsigned int minor = MINOR(file->f_inode->i_rdev);
unsigned int chn = minor_to_chn(minor, NULL);
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "minor = 0x%x, count = 0x%x, off = 0x%llx", minor, count, *off);
p = *off;
if (p >= circbuf_priv[chn].buf_size) // CCAM__DMA_SIZE)
p = circbuf_priv[chn].buf_size; // CCAM__DMA_SIZE;
if ((p + count) > circbuf_priv[chn].buf_size) // CCAM__DMA_SIZE)
count = circbuf_priv[chn].buf_size - p; // CCAM__DMA_SIZE - p;
if (count) {
if (copy_to_user(buf, &circbuf_priv[chn].buf_ptr[BYTE2DW(p)], count))
return -EFAULT;
*off+=count;
}
return count;
}
/**
* @brief Process memory map operation on circular buffer file.
* @param[in] file pointer to file structure corresponding to the circular buffer file
* @param[in] vma contains the information about the virtual address range
* @return 0 if file was mapped successfully and negative error code otherwise
*/
int circbuf_mmap(struct file *file, struct vm_area_struct *vma)
{
int ret;
unsigned int minor = MINOR(file->f_inode->i_rdev);
unsigned int chn = minor_to_chn(minor, NULL);
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "vm_start = 0x%lx\n", vma->vm_start);
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "vm_end = 0x%lx\n", vma->vm_end);
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "vm_pgoff = 0x%lx\n", vma->vm_pgoff);
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "vm_file = 0x%lx\n", (unsigned long)vma->vm_file);
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "ccam_dma_buf = 0x%lx\n", (unsigned long)circbuf_priv[chn].phys_addr);
/* remap_pfn_range will mark the range VM_IO and VM_RESERVED */
ret = remap_pfn_range(vma,
vma->vm_start,
circbuf_priv[chn].phys_addr >> PAGE_SHIFT,
vma->vm_end - vma->vm_start,
vma->vm_page_prot);
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "remap_pfn_range returned 0x%x\n", ret);
if (ret) return -EAGAIN;
return 0;
}
/**
* @brief This driver method is called when user-space program performs <em>poll, select</em> or
* @e epoll system call.
*
* If the current read pointer is invalid, circbuf_poll returns POLLHUP
* as no data will be ever available until file pointer is reset.
* If it is valid, wait is setup and blocking condition occurs in case
* current file pointer is equal to the FPGA write pointer.
* @param[in] file pointer to <em>struct file</em> structure
* @param[in] wait pointer to <em>struct poll_table</em> structure
* @return POLLHUP if pointer is invalid, (POLLIN | POLLRDNORM) if frame is ready,
* 0 in case nothing is ready.
*/
unsigned int circbuf_poll (struct file *file, poll_table *wait)
{
int w_ptr;
unsigned int minor = MINOR(file->f_inode->i_rdev);
unsigned int chn = minor_to_chn(minor, NULL);
struct interframe_params_t * fp;
int rslt;
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "minor = 0x%x\n", minor);
// rslt = circbufValidPointer(&file->f_pos, &fp, chn);
rslt = circbufValidPointer(file->f_pos, &fp, chn);
if (rslt < 0) {
// not a valid read pointer, probable buffer overrun
dev_dbg(g_dev_ptr, "invalid pointer file->f_pos = 0x%llx\n", file->f_pos);
return POLLHUP ;
} else if (rslt > 0) {
return POLLIN | POLLRDNORM; // there was frame already available
} else {
// pointer valid, no frame yet
poll_wait(file, &circbuf_wait_queue[chn], wait);
// Frame might become available during call to poll_wait so nobody will wake us up,
// let's see if there is still no frame.
w_ptr = camseq_get_jpeg_wp(chn) << 2;
if (w_ptr != file->f_pos)
return POLLIN | POLLRDNORM; // we are lucky - got it
}
return 0; // nothing ready
}
static struct file_operations circbuf_fops = {
.owner = THIS_MODULE,
.llseek = circbuf_all_lseek,
.read = circbuf_all_read,
.write = circbuf_all_write,
.open = circbuf_all_open,
.mmap = circbuf_all_mmap,
.poll = circbuf_all_poll,
.release = circbuf_all_release
};
/**
* @brief cirbuf driver probing function
* @param[in] pdev pointer to @e platform_device structure
* @return 0 on success or negative error code otherwise
*/
static int circbuf_all_init(struct platform_device *pdev)
{
int res, i;
struct device *dev = &pdev->dev;
const struct of_device_id *match;
/* sanity check */
match = of_match_device(elphel393_circbuf_of_match, dev);
if (!match)
return -EINVAL;
dev_dbg(dev, "registering character device with name 'circbuf_operations'");
res = register_chrdev(DEV393_MAJOR(DEV393_CIRCBUF0), "circbuf_operations", &circbuf_fops);
if(res < 0) {
dev_err(dev, "couldn't get a major number %d.\n", DEV393_MAJOR(DEV393_CIRCBUF0));
return res;
}
dev_info(dev, "registered MAJOR: %d\n", DEV393_MAJOR(DEV393_CIRCBUF0));
res = jpeghead_init(pdev);
if (res < 0) {
dev_err(dev, "unable to initialize jpeghead module\n");
return res;
}
res = image_acq_init(pdev);
if (res < 0) {
dev_err(dev, "unable to initialize sensor_common module\n");
return res;
}
res = init_ccam_dma_buf_ptr(pdev);
if (res < 0) {
dev_err(dev, "ERROR allocating coherent DMA buffer\n");
return -ENOMEM;
}
dev_dbg(dev, "initialize circbuf wait queue\n");
for (i = 0; i < SENSOR_PORTS; i++)
init_waitqueue_head(&circbuf_wait_queue[i]);
dev_dbg(dev, "initialize Huffman tables with default data\n");
g_dev_ptr = dev;
return 0;
}
/**
* @brief cirbuf driver remove function
* @param[in] pdev pointer to @e platform_device structure
* @return Always 0.
*/
static int circbuf_remove(struct platform_device *pdev)
{
unregister_chrdev(DEV393_MAJOR(DEV393_CIRCBUF0), "circbuf_operations");
return 0;
}
static const struct of_device_id elphel393_circbuf_of_match[] = {
{ .compatible = "elphel,elphel393-circbuf-1.00" },
{ /* end of list */ }
};
MODULE_DEVICE_TABLE(of, elphel393_circbuf_of_match);
static struct platform_driver elphel393_circbuf = {
.probe = circbuf_all_init,
.remove = circbuf_remove,
.driver = {
.name = DEV393_NAME(DEV393_CIRCBUF0),
.of_match_table = elphel393_circbuf_of_match,
},
};
module_platform_driver(elphel393_circbuf);
MODULE_LICENSE("GPL");
MODULE_AUTHOR("Andrey Filippov <andrey@elphel.com>.");
MODULE_DESCRIPTION(DEV393_NAME(DEV393_CIRCBUF0));