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* SPDX-License-Identifier: MIT
* Copyright © 2016 Intel Corporation
#ifndef __I915_TIMELINE_TYPES_H__
#define __I915_TIMELINE_TYPES_H__
#include <linux/list.h>
#include <linux/kref.h>
#include <linux/mutex.h>
#include <linux/types.h>
#include "i915_active_types.h"
struct drm_i915_private;
struct i915_vma;
struct intel_timeline_cacheline;
struct i915_syncmap;
struct intel_timeline {
u64 fence_context;
u32 seqno;
struct mutex mutex; /* protects the flow of requests */
* pin_count and active_count track essentially the same thing:
* How many requests are in flight or may be under construction.
* We need two distinct counters so that we can assign different
* lifetimes to the events for different use-cases. For example,
* we want to permanently keep the timeline pinned for the kernel
* context so that we can issue requests at any time without having
* to acquire space in the GGTT. However, we want to keep tracking
* the activity (to be able to detect when we become idle) along that
* permanently pinned timeline and so end up requiring two counters.
* Note that the active_count is protected by the intel_timeline.mutex,
* but the pin_count is protected by a combination of serialisation
* from the intel_context caller plus internal atomicity.
atomic_t pin_count;
unsigned int active_count;
const u32 *hwsp_seqno;
struct i915_vma *hwsp_ggtt;
u32 hwsp_offset;
struct intel_timeline_cacheline *hwsp_cacheline;
bool has_initial_breadcrumb;
* List of breadcrumbs associated with GPU requests currently
* outstanding.
struct list_head requests;
/* Contains an RCU guarded pointer to the last request. No reference is
* held to the request, users must carefully acquire a reference to
* the request using i915_active_request_get_request_rcu(), or hold the
* struct_mutex.
struct i915_active_request last_request;
* We track the most recent seqno that we wait on in every context so
* that we only have to emit a new await and dependency on a more
* recent sync point. As the contexts may be executed out-of-order, we
* have to track each individually and can not rely on an absolute
* global_seqno. When we know that all tracked fences are completed
* (i.e. when the driver is idle), we know that the syncmap is
* redundant and we can discard it without loss of generality.
struct i915_syncmap *sync;
struct list_head link;
struct intel_gt *gt;
struct kref kref;
#endif /* __I915_TIMELINE_TYPES_H__ */