This is a discussion on Re: RFC: PCI SD host controller driver & mmc/mmcsd modulesimprovements - FreeBSD ; On 27 Sep 2008, at 22:43, Alexander Motin wrote: > Hi. > > I would like to present initial revision of my generic PCI SD Host > Controller driver (sdhci). It support PCI devices with class 8 and > subclass ...
On 27 Sep 2008, at 22:43, Alexander Motin
> I would like to present initial revision of my generic PCI SD Host
> Controller driver (sdhci). It support PCI devices with class 8 and
> subclass 5 according to SD Host Controller Specification. With some
> limitations it successfully works on my Acer TM6292 notebook with
> ENE CB714 card reader.
> Things that are working now:
> - PIO mode single and multiple block read and write,
> - 1 and 4 bits bus width support.
> In PIO mode with 4GB SD card on 30MHz 4bit bus I have reached about
> 3.5MB/s (limited by CPU) linear read and 7MB/s (limited by card)
> linear write. Small blocks read/write performance limited by card.
> Things that are not working yet:
> - DMA modes (code is written, but as my controller looks like has
> broken DMA I have no ability to debug it),
> - card insert/remove detection (need more thinking), you should
> reload mmc module to rescan cards,
> - SDHC and MMC cards (have no such cards now to debug that code),
> only standard capacity SD Memory cards up to 4GB size are supported
> - high speed (double rate) bus mode (need more thinking and DMA
> Also to get such results I have improved existing mmc and mmcsd
> drivers a bit. mmc driver got:
> - 4 bit bus width support,
> - write protection switch support,
> - cards with more then 2GB capacity support.
> mmcsd driver got:
> - multiple block read and write support,
> - cards with more then 2GB capacity support,
> - I/O error reporting,
> - write protection switch support.
> Latest patches against 8-CURRENT (should also fit 7-STABLE) may be
> found at:
> I will be grateful for any feedbacks, comments and support.
Well, here's my support: Great work! :-)
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