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// SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0-only
* psb GEM interface
* Copyright (c) 2011, Intel Corporation.
* Authors: Alan Cox
* - we need to work out if the MMU is relevant (eg for
* accelerated operations on a GEM object)
#include <linux/pagemap.h>
#include <drm/drm.h>
#include <drm/drm_vma_manager.h>
#include "gem.h"
#include "psb_drv.h"
static vm_fault_t psb_gem_fault(struct vm_fault *vmf);
static void psb_gem_free_object(struct drm_gem_object *obj)
struct gtt_range *gtt = container_of(obj, struct gtt_range, gem);
/* Remove the list map if one is present */
/* This must occur last as it frees up the memory of the GEM object */
psb_gtt_free_range(obj->dev, gtt);
static const struct vm_operations_struct psb_gem_vm_ops = {
.fault = psb_gem_fault,
.open = drm_gem_vm_open,
.close = drm_gem_vm_close,
const struct drm_gem_object_funcs psb_gem_object_funcs = {
.free = psb_gem_free_object,
.vm_ops = &psb_gem_vm_ops,
* psb_gem_create - create a mappable object
* @file: the DRM file of the client
* @dev: our device
* @size: the size requested
* @handlep: returned handle (opaque number)
* @stolen: unused
* @align: unused
* Create a GEM object, fill in the boilerplate and attach a handle to
* it so that userspace can speak about it. This does the core work
* for the various methods that do/will create GEM objects for things
int psb_gem_create(struct drm_file *file, struct drm_device *dev, u64 size,
u32 *handlep, int stolen, u32 align)
struct gtt_range *r;
int ret;
u32 handle;
size = roundup(size, PAGE_SIZE);
/* Allocate our object - for now a direct gtt range which is not
stolen memory backed */
r = psb_gtt_alloc_range(dev, size, "gem", 0, PAGE_SIZE);
if (r == NULL) {
dev_err(dev->dev, "no memory for %lld byte GEM object\n", size);
return -ENOSPC;
r->gem.funcs = &psb_gem_object_funcs;
/* Initialize the extra goodies GEM needs to do all the hard work */
if (drm_gem_object_init(dev, &r->gem, size) != 0) {
psb_gtt_free_range(dev, r);
/* GEM doesn't give an error code so use -ENOMEM */
dev_err(dev->dev, "GEM init failed for %lld\n", size);
return -ENOMEM;
/* Limit the object to 32bit mappings */
mapping_set_gfp_mask(r->gem.filp->f_mapping, GFP_KERNEL | __GFP_DMA32);
/* Give the object a handle so we can carry it more easily */
ret = drm_gem_handle_create(file, &r->gem, &handle);
if (ret) {
dev_err(dev->dev, "GEM handle failed for %p, %lld\n",
&r->gem, size);
psb_gtt_free_range(dev, r);
return ret;
/* We have the initial and handle reference but need only one now */
*handlep = handle;
return 0;
* psb_gem_dumb_create - create a dumb buffer
* @file: our client file
* @dev: our device
* @args: the requested arguments copied from userspace
* Allocate a buffer suitable for use for a frame buffer of the
* form described by user space. Give userspace a handle by which
* to reference it.
int psb_gem_dumb_create(struct drm_file *file, struct drm_device *dev,
struct drm_mode_create_dumb *args)
args->pitch = ALIGN(args->width * ((args->bpp + 7) / 8), 64);
args->size = args->pitch * args->height;
return psb_gem_create(file, dev, args->size, &args->handle, 0,
* psb_gem_fault - pagefault handler for GEM objects
* @vmf: fault detail
* Invoked when a fault occurs on an mmap of a GEM managed area. GEM
* does most of the work for us including the actual map/unmap calls
* but we need to do the actual page work.
* This code eventually needs to handle faulting objects in and out
* of the GTT and repacking it when we run out of space. We can put
* that off for now and for our simple uses
* The VMA was set up by GEM. In doing so it also ensured that the
* vma->vm_private_data points to the GEM object that is backing this
* mapping.
static vm_fault_t psb_gem_fault(struct vm_fault *vmf)
struct vm_area_struct *vma = vmf->vma;
struct drm_gem_object *obj;
struct gtt_range *r;
int err;
vm_fault_t ret;
unsigned long pfn;
pgoff_t page_offset;
struct drm_device *dev;
struct drm_psb_private *dev_priv;
obj = vma->vm_private_data; /* GEM object */
dev = obj->dev;
dev_priv = to_drm_psb_private(dev);
r = container_of(obj, struct gtt_range, gem); /* Get the gtt range */
/* Make sure we don't parallel update on a fault, nor move or remove
something from beneath our feet */
/* For now the mmap pins the object and it stays pinned. As things
stand that will do us no harm */
if (r->mmapping == 0) {
err = psb_gtt_pin(r);
if (err < 0) {
dev_err(dev->dev, "gma500: pin failed: %d\n", err);
ret = vmf_error(err);
goto fail;
r->mmapping = 1;
/* Page relative to the VMA start - we must calculate this ourselves
because vmf->pgoff is the fake GEM offset */
page_offset = (vmf->address - vma->vm_start) >> PAGE_SHIFT;
/* CPU view of the page, don't go via the GART for CPU writes */
if (r->stolen)
pfn = (dev_priv->stolen_base + r->offset) >> PAGE_SHIFT;
pfn = page_to_pfn(r->pages[page_offset]);
ret = vmf_insert_pfn(vma, vmf->address, pfn);
return ret;