ARM® CoreLink™ GIC-600 Generic Interrupt Controller Technical Reference Manual

Revision r0p2


Table of Contents

Preface
About this book
Product revision status
Intended audience
Using this book
Additional reading
Feedback
Feedback on this product
Feedback on content
1 Introduction
1.1 About the GIC-600
1.2 Components
1.3 Compliance
1.4 Features
1.5 Test features
1.6 Product documentation
1.7 Product revisions
2 Components and configuration
2.1 Distributor
2.1.1 Distributor AXI4-Stream interfaces
2.1.2 Distributor ACE-Lite slave interface
2.1.3 Distributor ACE-Lite master interface
2.1.4 Distributor Q-Channels
2.1.5 Distributor miscellaneous signals
2.1.6 Distributor configuration
2.2 Redistributor
2.2.1 Redistributor AXI4-Stream interface
2.2.2 Redistributor GIC Stream protocol interface
2.2.3 Redistributor Q-Channel
2.2.4 Redistributor PPI signals
2.2.5 Redistributor miscellaneous input signals
2.2.6 Redistributor configuration
2.3 ITS
2.3.1 ITS ACE-Lite slave interface
2.3.2 ITS ACE-Lite master interface
2.3.3 ITS AXI4-Stream interface
2.3.4 ITS Q-Channel
2.3.5 ITS miscellaneous signals
2.3.6 ITS configuration
2.4 MSI-64 Encapsulator
2.4.1 MSI-64 ACE-Lite interfaces
2.4.2 MSI-64 miscellaneous signals
2.4.3 MSI-64 Encapsulator configuration
2.5 SPI Collator
2.5.1 SPI Collator AXI4-Stream interface
2.5.2 SPI Collator wires
2.5.3 SPI Collator Q-Channel
2.5.4 SPI collator configuration
2.6 Wake Request
2.6.1 Wake Request AXI4-Stream interface
2.6.2 Wake Request miscellaneous signals
2.6.3 Wake Request configuration
2.7 Interconnect
2.7.1 Interconnect configuration
2.8 Top-level interfaces
2.9 Top-level configuration
3 Single-chip operation
3.1 Interrupt types
3.1.1 SGIs
3.1.2 PPIs
3.1.3 SPIs
3.1.4 LPIs
3.1.5 Choosing between LPIs and SPIs
3.2 Single chip operation
3.2.1 Interrupt groups
3.2.2 Interrupt signals (PPIs and SPIs)
3.2.3 Affinity routing and assignment
3.2.4 1 of N SPI interrupt selection
3.2.5 Power management
3.2.6 Getting started
3.2.7 Security
3.2.8 Backwards compatibility
3.2.9 Interrupt translation service (ITS)
3.2.10 LPI caching
3.2.11 Memory access and attributes
3.2.12 MSI-64
3.2.13 RAM
3.2.14 Performance Monitoring Unit
3.2.15 Reliability, Accessibility, and Serviceability
4 Programmers model
4.1 The GIC-600 registers
4.1.1 Register map pages
4.1.2 Discovery
4.1.3 GIC-600 register access and banking
4.2 Distributor registers (GICD/GICDA) summary
4.2.1 Interrupt Controller Type Register, GICD_TYPER
4.2.2 Distributor Implementer Identification Register, GICD_IIDR
4.2.3 Function Control Register, GICD_FCTLR
4.2.4 Secure Access Control Register, GICD_SAC
4.2.5 Interrupt Class Registers, GICD_ICLARn
4.2.6 Interrupt Error Registers, GICD_IERRRn
4.2.7 Configuration ID Register, GICD_CFGID
4.2.8 Peripheral ID2 register, GICD_PIDR2
4.3 Distributor registers (GICA) for message-based SPIs summary
4.4 Redistributor registers for control and physical LPIs summary
4.4.1 Redistributor Implementation Identification Register, GICR_IIDR
4.4.2 Interrupt Controller Type Register, GICR_TYPER
4.4.3 Power Management Control Register, GICR_WAKER
4.4.4 Function Control Register, GICR_FCTLR
4.4.5 Power Register, GICR_PWRR
4.4.6 Class Register, GICR_CLASS
4.4.7 Peripheral ID2 Register, GICR_PIDR2
4.5 Redistributor registers for SGIs and PPIs summary
4.5.1 Miscellaneous Status Register, GICR_MISCSTATUSR
4.5.2 Interrupt Error Valid Register, GICR_IERRV
4.5.3 SGI Default Register, GICR_SGIDR
4.5.4 Configuration ID0 Register, GICR_CFGID0
4.5.5 Configuration ID1 Register, GICR_CFGID1
4.6 ITS control register summary
4.6.1 ITS Implementer Identification Register, GITS_IIDR
4.6.2 Interrupt Controller Type Register, GITS_TYPER
4.6.3 Function Control Register, GITS_FCTLR
4.6.4 Operations Register, GITS_OPR
4.6.5 Operation Status Register, GITS_OPSR
4.6.6 Configuration ID Register, GITS_CFGID
4.6.7 Peripheral ID2 Register, GITS_PIDR2
4.7 ITS translation register summary
4.8 GICT register summary
4.8.1 Error Record Feature Register, GICT_ERR<n>FR
4.8.2 Error Record Control Register, GICT_ERR<n>CTLR
4.8.3 Error Record Primary Status Register, GICT_ERR<n>STATUS
4.8.4 Error Record Address Register, GICT_ERR<n>ADDR
4.8.5 Error Record Miscellaneous Register 0, GICT_ERR<n>MISC0
4.8.6 Error Record Miscellaneous Register 1, GICT_ERR<n>MISC1
4.8.7 Error Record ID Register, GICT_ERRIDR
4.8.8 Peripheral ID2 Register, GICT_PIDR2
4.9 GICP register summary
4.9.1 Event Counter Registers, GICP_EVCNTRn
4.9.2 Event Type Configuration Registers, GICP_EVTYPERn
4.9.3 Shadow Value Registers, GICP_SVRn
4.9.4 Filter Registers, GICP_FRn
4.9.5 Counter Enable Set Register, GICP_CNTENSET0
4.9.6 Counter Enable Clear Register 0, GICP_CNTENCLR0
4.9.7 Interrupt Contribution Enable Set Register 0, GICP_INTENSET0
4.9.8 Interrupt Contribution Enable Clear Register 0, GICP_INTENCLR0
4.9.9 Overflow Status Clear Register 0, GICP_OVSCLR0
4.9.10 Overflow Status Set Register 0, GICP_OVSSET0
4.9.11 Counter Shadow Value Capture Register, GICP_CAPR
4.9.12 Configuration Information Register, GICP_CFGR
4.9.13 Control Register, GICP_CR
4.9.14 Peripheral ID2 Register, GICP_PIDR2
A Signal descriptions
A.1 Common control signals
A.2 Power control signals
A.3 Interrupt signals
A.4 CPU interface signals
A.5 ACE interface signals
A.6 Miscellaneous signals
A.7 Interblock signals
A.8 Interdomain signals
B Implementation-defined features
B.1 Implementation-defined features reference
C Revisions
C.1 Revisions

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