[alsa-devel] [PATCH 5/7] ASoC: TWL4030: Helper to check chip default registers
peter.ujfalusi at nokia.com
Wed May 26 08:28:49 CEST 2010
On Wednesday 26 May 2010 09:00:35 Ujfalusi Peter (Nokia-D/Tampere) wrote:
> I did run some tests.
> The codec registers are in reset state whenever the device boots (either
> power on, or reboot). In our setup the codec is built in the kernel.
> I have measured the time needed to execute the twl4030_init_chip with and
> without rewriting the codec registers (71 register writes):
> No reset_registers: ~51ms
> reset registers: ~71ms
> I need to optimize for module loading time, and ~20ms extra is quite big.
> Can we make a compromise?
> I propose to have twl4030_setup_data.reset_registers, if it is set by the
> machine driver, than we are going to reset the registers, if it is not set,
> than we skip the restore part (not writing the 71 registers).
> So during development, or if one have the codec as module, the machine can
> set this, so the registers will be restored, but if the testing shows that
> there is no need to do that, than we can speed up the module probe.
> What do you think?
Better thing to do is:
restore the registers in these cases:
if (!setup || (setup && setup->reset_registers))
So if the machine does not provide setup data, than we can assume, than no one
taken a time to tune the platform, so we need to restore to be on the safe side.
What do you think?
> > Thanks
> > Liam
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