cmd: cpuinfo: Add support for printing cpuinfo
[k3conf/k3conf.git] / common / cmd_dump.c
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2  * K3CONF Command Dump
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36 #include <stdlib.h>
37 #include <string.h>
38 #include <stdio.h>
39 #include <tisci.h>
40 #include <socinfo.h>
41 #include <help.h>
42 #include <autoadjust_table.h>
43 #include <k3conf.h>
45 int dump_cpu_info(void)
46 {
47         struct ti_sci_processors_info *p = soc_info.sci_info.processors_info;
48         char table[TABLE_MAX_ROW][TABLE_MAX_COL][TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN];
49         uint32_t row = 0, found = 0;
50         uint64_t freq;
52         autoadjust_table_init(table);
53         strncpy(table[row][0], "Processor Name", TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
54         strncpy(table[row][1], "Processor State", TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
55         strncpy(table[row][2], "Processor Frequency", TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
57         for (row = 0; row < soc_info.sci_info.num_processors; row++) {
58                 if (strncmp(p[row].name, "A", 1))
59                         continue;
60                 strncpy(table[found + 1][0], p[row].name, TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
61                 /* ToDo: Should we get the state from proc ops */
62                 snprintf(table[found + 1][1], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%s",
63                          ti_sci_cmd_get_device_status(p[row].dev_id));
64                 ti_sci_cmd_get_clk_freq(p[row].dev_id, p[row].clk_id, &freq);
65                 snprintf(table[found + 1][2], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%lu", freq);
66                 found++;
67         }
69         return autoadjust_table_print(table, found + 1, 3);
70 }
72 int dump_clocks_info(int argc, char *argv[])
73 {
74         struct ti_sci_clocks_info *c = soc_info.sci_info.clocks_info;
75         char table[TABLE_MAX_ROW][TABLE_MAX_COL][TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN];
76         uint32_t row = 0, dev_id;
77         int found = 0, ret;
78         uint64_t freq;
80         autoadjust_table_init(table);
81         strncpy(table[row][0], "Device ID", TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
82         strncpy(table[row][1], "Clock ID", TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
83         strncpy(table[row][2], "Clock Name", TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
84         strncpy(table[row][3], "Status", TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
85         strncpy(table[row][4], "Clock Frequency", TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
87         if (argc)
88                 goto print_single_device;
90         for (row = 0; row < soc_info.sci_info.num_clocks; row++) {
91                 snprintf(table[row + 1][0], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%5d",
92                          c[row].dev_id);
93                 snprintf(table[row + 1][1], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%5d",
94                          c[row].clk_id);
95                 strncpy(table[row + 1][2], c[row].clk_name, TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
96                 snprintf(table[row + 1][3], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%s",
97                          ti_sci_cmd_get_clk_state(c[row].dev_id, c[row].clk_id));
98                 ti_sci_cmd_get_clk_freq(c[row].dev_id, c[row].clk_id, &freq);
99                 snprintf(table[row + 1][4], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%lu", freq);
100         }
102         return autoadjust_table_print(table, row + 1, 5);
104 print_single_device:
105         ret = sscanf(argv[0], "%u", &dev_id);
106         if (ret != 1)
107                 return -1;
109         for (row = 0; row < soc_info.sci_info.num_clocks; row++) {
110                 if (dev_id == c[row].dev_id) {
111                         snprintf(table[found + 1][0], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%5d",
112                                  c[row].dev_id);
113                         snprintf(table[found + 1][1], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%5d",
114                                  c[row].clk_id);
115                         strncpy(table[found + 1][2], c[row].clk_name,
116                                 TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
117                         strncpy(table[found + 1][3],
118                                 ti_sci_cmd_get_clk_state(dev_id, c[row].clk_id),
119                                 TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
120                         ti_sci_cmd_get_clk_freq(c[row].dev_id, c[row].clk_id,
121                                                 &freq);
122                         snprintf(table[found + 1][4], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%lu",
123                                  freq);
124                         found++;
125                 }
126         }
128         if (!found)
129                 return -1;
131         return autoadjust_table_print(table, found + 1, 5);
134 int dump_devices_info(int argc, char *argv[])
136         struct ti_sci_devices_info *p = soc_info.sci_info.devices_info;
137         char table[TABLE_MAX_ROW][TABLE_MAX_COL][TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN];
138         uint32_t row = 0, dev_id;
139         int found = 0, ret;
141         autoadjust_table_init(table);
142         strncpy(table[row][0], "Device ID", TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
143         strncpy(table[row][1], "Device Name", TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
144         strncpy(table[row][2], "Device Status", TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
146         if (argc)
147                 goto print_single_device;
149         for (row = 0; row < soc_info.sci_info.num_devices; row++) {
150                 snprintf(table[row + 1][0], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%5d",
151                          p[row].dev_id);
152                 strncpy(table[row + 1][1], p[row].name, TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
153                 snprintf(table[row + 1][2], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%s",
154                          ti_sci_cmd_get_device_status(p[row].dev_id));
155         }
157         return autoadjust_table_print(table, row + 1, 3);
159 print_single_device:
160         ret = sscanf(argv[0], "%u", &dev_id);
161         if (ret != 1)
162                 return -1;
164         for (row = 0; row < soc_info.sci_info.num_devices; row++) {
165                 if (dev_id == p[row].dev_id) {
166                         snprintf(table[1][0], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%5d",
167                                  p[row].dev_id);
168                         strncpy(table[1][1], p[row].name,
169                                 TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
170                         snprintf(table[1][2], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%s",
171                                  ti_sci_cmd_get_device_status(p[row].dev_id));
172                         found = 1;
173                         break;
174                 }
175         }
177         if (!found)
178                 return -1;
180         return autoadjust_table_print(table, 2, 3);
183 static int dump_processors_info(int argc, char *argv[])
185         struct ti_sci_processors_info *p = soc_info.sci_info.processors_info;
186         char table[TABLE_MAX_ROW][TABLE_MAX_COL][TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN];
187         uint32_t row = 0, proc_id;
188         int found = 0, ret;
189         uint64_t freq;
191         autoadjust_table_init(table);
192         strncpy(table[row][0], "Device ID", TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
193         strncpy(table[row][1], "Processor ID", TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
194         strncpy(table[row][2], "Processor Name", TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
195         strncpy(table[row][3], "Processor State", TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
196         strncpy(table[row][4], "Processor Frequency", TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
198         if (argc)
199                 goto print_single_processor;
201         for (row = 0; row < soc_info.sci_info.num_processors; row++) {
202                 snprintf(table[row + 1][0], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%5d",
203                          p[row].dev_id);
204                 snprintf(table[row + 1][1], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%7d",
205                          p[row].processor_id);
206                 strncpy(table[row + 1][2], p[row].name, TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
207                 /* ToDo: Should we get the state from proc ops */
208                 snprintf(table[row + 1][3], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%s",
209                          ti_sci_cmd_get_device_status(p[row].dev_id));
210                 ti_sci_cmd_get_clk_freq(p[row].dev_id, p[row].clk_id, &freq);
211                 snprintf(table[row + 1][4], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%lu", freq);
212         }
214         return autoadjust_table_print(table, row + 1, 5);
216 print_single_processor:
217         ret = sscanf(argv[0], "%u", &proc_id);
218         if (ret != 1)
219                 return -1;
221         for (row = 0; row < soc_info.sci_info.num_processors; row++) {
222                 if (proc_id != p[row].processor_id)
223                         continue;
224                 snprintf(table[found + 1][0], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%5d",
225                          p[row].dev_id);
226                 snprintf(table[found + 1][1], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%7d",
227                          p[row].processor_id);
228                 strncpy(table[found + 1][2], p[row].name, TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN);
229                 /* ToDo: Should we get the state from proc ops */
230                 snprintf(table[found + 1][3], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%s",
231                          ti_sci_cmd_get_device_status(p[row].dev_id));
232                 ti_sci_cmd_get_clk_freq(p[row].dev_id, p[row].clk_id, &freq);
233                 snprintf(table[found + 1][4], TABLE_MAX_ELT_LEN, "%lu", freq);
234                 found++;
235                 break;
236         }
237         if (!found)
238                 return -1;
240         return autoadjust_table_print(table, found + 1, 5);
243 int process_dump_command(int argc, char *argv[])
245         int ret;
247         if (argc < 1) {
248                 help(HELP_DUMP);
249                 return -1;
250         }
252         if (!strncmp(argv[0], "device", 6)) {
253                 argc--;
254                 argv++;
255                 ret = dump_devices_info(argc, argv);
256                 if (ret) {
257                         fprintf(stderr, "Invalid device arguments\n");
258                         help(HELP_DUMP_DEVICE);
259                 }
260         } else if (!strncmp(argv[0], "clock", 5)) {
261                 argc--;
262                 argv++;
263                 ret = dump_clocks_info(argc, argv);
264                 if (ret) {
265                         fprintf(stderr, "Invalid clock arguments\n");
266                         help(HELP_DUMP_CLOCK);
267                 }
268         } else if(!strncmp(argv[0], "processor", 9)) {
269                 argc--;
270                 argv++;
271                 ret = dump_processors_info(argc, argv);
272                 if (ret)
273                         help(HELP_DUMP_PROCESSOR);
274         } else if (!strcmp(argv[0], "--help")) {
275                 help(HELP_DUMP);
276                 return 0;
277         } else {
278                 fprintf(stderr, "Invalid argument %s\n", argv[1]);
279                 help(HELP_DUMP);
280                 return -1;
281         }
282         return ret;