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Subject: Re: [PATCH] Add virtio SCMI device specification
On 20.02.20 20:37, Peter Hilber wrote: > This patch proposes a new virtio device for the Arm SCMI protocol. > > The device provides a simple transport for the Arm SCMI protocol. The > *S*ystem *C*ontroller *M*anagement *I*nterface protocol allows speaking > to embedded system controllers that allow orchestrating things like > power management, system state management and sensor access. The SCMI > protocol is used on SoCs where multiple cores and co-processors need > access to these resources. > > The virtio transport allows making use of this protocol in virtualized > embedded systems. > > OpenSynergy has a prototype implementation, and plans to upstream the > Linux kernel driver. > > The PDF output (with ugly fonts, apologies) is available at . > >  https://developer.arm.com/docs/den0056/b >  https://share.mailbox.org/ajax/share/0d959c190d5a1c47d18eb2fd5a1c40ad81e8d7897ab9ca1e/1/8/Mjk/MjkvOA For completeness: Our prototype implementation does not yet provide the VIRTIO_SCMI_F_P2A_CHANNELS and VIRTIO_SCMI_F_SHARED_MEMORY features. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.