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[03/11] net/dpaa2: upgrade dpni to mc FW APIs to 10.10.0

Message ID 20180917103631.32304-4-shreyansh.jain@nxp.com (mailing list archive)
State Superseded, archived
Delegated to: Thomas Monjalon
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Series Upgrade DPAA2 FW and other feature/bug fixes | expand

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Commit Message

Shreyansh Jain Sept. 17, 2018, 10:36 a.m. UTC
From: Hemant Agrawal <hemant.agrawal@nxp.com>

Signed-off-by: Hemant Agrawal <hemant.agrawal@nxp.com>
---
 drivers/net/dpaa2/dpaa2_ethdev.c    |  21 +-
 drivers/net/dpaa2/mc/dpni.c         |  22 +-
 drivers/net/dpaa2/mc/fsl_dpni.h     | 343 +++++++++++++++-------------
 drivers/net/dpaa2/mc/fsl_dpni_cmd.h |  17 +-
 drivers/net/dpaa2/mc/fsl_net.h      |   2 +-
 5 files changed, 229 insertions(+), 176 deletions(-)
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Patch

diff --git a/drivers/net/dpaa2/dpaa2_ethdev.c b/drivers/net/dpaa2/dpaa2_ethdev.c
index 8d3d54bfe..7ae74c65d 100644
--- a/drivers/net/dpaa2/dpaa2_ethdev.c
+++ b/drivers/net/dpaa2/dpaa2_ethdev.c
@@ -219,6 +219,7 @@  dpaa2_alloc_rx_tx_queues(struct rte_eth_dev *dev)
 	struct dpaa2_dev_priv *priv = dev->data->dev_private;
 	uint16_t dist_idx;
 	uint32_t vq_id;
+	uint8_t num_rxqueue_per_tc;
 	struct dpaa2_queue *mc_q, *mcq;
 	uint32_t tot_queues;
 	int i;
@@ -226,6 +227,7 @@  dpaa2_alloc_rx_tx_queues(struct rte_eth_dev *dev)
 
 	PMD_INIT_FUNC_TRACE();
 
+	num_rxqueue_per_tc = (priv->nb_rx_queues / priv->num_rx_tc);
 	tot_queues = priv->nb_rx_queues + priv->nb_tx_queues;
 	mc_q = rte_malloc(NULL, sizeof(struct dpaa2_queue) * tot_queues,
 			  RTE_CACHE_LINE_SIZE);
@@ -264,8 +266,8 @@  dpaa2_alloc_rx_tx_queues(struct rte_eth_dev *dev)
 	vq_id = 0;
 	for (dist_idx = 0; dist_idx < priv->nb_rx_queues; dist_idx++) {
 		mcq = (struct dpaa2_queue *)priv->rx_vq[vq_id];
-		mcq->tc_index = DPAA2_DEF_TC;
-		mcq->flow_id = dist_idx;
+		mcq->tc_index = dist_idx / num_rxqueue_per_tc;
+		mcq->flow_id = dist_idx % num_rxqueue_per_tc;
 		vq_id++;
 	}
 
@@ -428,7 +430,7 @@  dpaa2_dev_rx_queue_setup(struct rte_eth_dev *dev,
 	struct fsl_mc_io *dpni = (struct fsl_mc_io *)priv->hw;
 	struct dpaa2_queue *dpaa2_q;
 	struct dpni_queue cfg;
-	uint8_t options = 0;
+	uint8_t options = 0, num_rxqueue_per_tc;
 	uint8_t flow_id;
 	uint32_t bpid;
 	int ret;
@@ -448,8 +450,10 @@  dpaa2_dev_rx_queue_setup(struct rte_eth_dev *dev,
 	dpaa2_q = (struct dpaa2_queue *)priv->rx_vq[rx_queue_id];
 	dpaa2_q->mb_pool = mb_pool; /**< mbuf pool to populate RX ring. */
 
+	num_rxqueue_per_tc = (priv->nb_rx_queues / priv->num_rx_tc);
+
 	/*Get the flow id from given VQ id*/
-	flow_id = rx_queue_id % priv->nb_rx_queues;
+	flow_id = rx_queue_id % num_rxqueue_per_tc;
 	memset(&cfg, 0, sizeof(struct dpni_queue));
 
 	options = options | DPNI_QUEUE_OPT_USER_CTX;
@@ -1793,7 +1797,7 @@  dpaa2_dev_init(struct rte_eth_dev *eth_dev)
 	struct dpni_attr attr;
 	struct dpaa2_dev_priv *priv = eth_dev->data->dev_private;
 	struct dpni_buffer_layout layout;
-	int ret, hw_id;
+	int ret, hw_id, i;
 
 	PMD_INIT_FUNC_TRACE();
 
@@ -1839,11 +1843,8 @@  dpaa2_dev_init(struct rte_eth_dev *eth_dev)
 
 	priv->num_rx_tc = attr.num_rx_tcs;
 
-	/* Resetting the "num_rx_queues" to equal number of queues in first TC
-	 * as only one TC is supported on Rx Side. Once Multiple TCs will be
-	 * in use for Rx processing then this will be changed or removed.
-	 */
-	priv->nb_rx_queues = attr.num_queues;
+	for (i = 0; i < attr.num_rx_tcs; i++)
+		priv->nb_rx_queues += attr.num_queues;
 
 	/* Using number of TX queues as number of TX TCs */
 	priv->nb_tx_queues = attr.num_tx_tcs;
diff --git a/drivers/net/dpaa2/mc/dpni.c b/drivers/net/dpaa2/mc/dpni.c
index 9f228169a..6f5393f26 100644
--- a/drivers/net/dpaa2/mc/dpni.c
+++ b/drivers/net/dpaa2/mc/dpni.c
@@ -121,6 +121,7 @@  int dpni_create(struct fsl_mc_io *mc_io,
 	cmd_params->num_queues = cfg->num_queues;
 	cmd_params->num_tcs = cfg->num_tcs;
 	cmd_params->mac_filter_entries = cfg->mac_filter_entries;
+	cmd_params->num_rx_tcs = cfg->num_rx_tcs;
 	cmd_params->vlan_filter_entries =  cfg->vlan_filter_entries;
 	cmd_params->qos_entries = cfg->qos_entries;
 	cmd_params->fs_entries = cpu_to_le16(cfg->fs_entries);
@@ -664,9 +665,14 @@  int dpni_get_buffer_layout(struct fsl_mc_io *mc_io,
 
 	/* retrieve response parameters */
 	rsp_params = (struct dpni_rsp_get_buffer_layout *)cmd.params;
-	layout->pass_timestamp = dpni_get_field(rsp_params->flags, PASS_TS);
-	layout->pass_parser_result = dpni_get_field(rsp_params->flags, PASS_PR);
-	layout->pass_frame_status = dpni_get_field(rsp_params->flags, PASS_FS);
+	layout->pass_timestamp =
+				(int)dpni_get_field(rsp_params->flags, PASS_TS);
+	layout->pass_parser_result =
+				(int)dpni_get_field(rsp_params->flags, PASS_PR);
+	layout->pass_frame_status =
+				(int)dpni_get_field(rsp_params->flags, PASS_FS);
+	layout->pass_sw_opaque =
+			(int)dpni_get_field(rsp_params->flags, PASS_SWO);
 	layout->private_data_size = le16_to_cpu(rsp_params->private_data_size);
 	layout->data_align = le16_to_cpu(rsp_params->data_align);
 	layout->data_head_room = le16_to_cpu(rsp_params->head_room);
@@ -702,10 +708,11 @@  int dpni_set_buffer_layout(struct fsl_mc_io *mc_io,
 					  token);
 	cmd_params = (struct dpni_cmd_set_buffer_layout *)cmd.params;
 	cmd_params->qtype = qtype;
-	cmd_params->options = cpu_to_le16(layout->options);
+	cmd_params->options = cpu_to_le16((uint16_t)layout->options);
 	dpni_set_field(cmd_params->flags, PASS_TS, layout->pass_timestamp);
 	dpni_set_field(cmd_params->flags, PASS_PR, layout->pass_parser_result);
 	dpni_set_field(cmd_params->flags, PASS_FS, layout->pass_frame_status);
+	dpni_set_field(cmd_params->flags, PASS_SWO, layout->pass_sw_opaque);
 	cmd_params->private_data_size = cpu_to_le16(layout->private_data_size);
 	cmd_params->data_align = cpu_to_le16(layout->data_align);
 	cmd_params->head_room = cpu_to_le16(layout->data_head_room);
@@ -1471,6 +1478,9 @@  int dpni_set_rx_tc_dist(struct fsl_mc_io *mc_io,
 	dpni_set_field(cmd_params->keep_hash_key,
 		       KEEP_HASH_KEY,
 		       cfg->fs_cfg.keep_hash_key);
+	dpni_set_field(cmd_params->keep_hash_key,
+		       KEEP_ENTRIES,
+		       cfg->fs_cfg.keep_entries);
 
 	/* send command to mc*/
 	return mc_send_command(mc_io, &cmd);
@@ -1764,8 +1774,8 @@  int dpni_get_queue(struct fsl_mc_io *mc_io,
  * @cmd_flags:	Command flags; one or more of 'MC_CMD_FLAG_'
  * @token:	Token of DPNI object
  * @page:	Selects the statistics page to retrieve, see
- *		DPNI_GET_STATISTICS output. Pages are numbered 0 to 2.
- * @param:  Custom parameter for some pages used to select
+ *		DPNI_GET_STATISTICS output. Pages are numbered 0 to 3.
+ * @param:	Custom parameter for some pages used to select
  *		a certain statistic source, for example the TC.
  * @stat:	Structure containing the statistics
  *
diff --git a/drivers/net/dpaa2/mc/fsl_dpni.h b/drivers/net/dpaa2/mc/fsl_dpni.h
index f0edcd270..40f045c9d 100644
--- a/drivers/net/dpaa2/mc/fsl_dpni.h
+++ b/drivers/net/dpaa2/mc/fsl_dpni.h
@@ -77,6 +77,11 @@  struct fsl_mc_io;
  */
 #define DPNI_OPT_NO_FS				0x000020
 
+/**
+ * All Tx traffic classes will use a single sender (ignore num_queueus for tx)
+ */
+#define DPNI_OPT_SINGLE_SENDER			0x000100
+
 int dpni_open(struct fsl_mc_io *mc_io,
 	      uint32_t cmd_flags,
 	      int dpni_id,
@@ -88,71 +93,74 @@  int dpni_close(struct fsl_mc_io *mc_io,
 
 /**
  * struct dpni_cfg - Structure representing DPNI configuration
- * @mac_addr:	Primary MAC address
- * @adv:	Advanced parameters; default is all zeros;
- *		use this structure to change default settings
+ * @options: Any combination of the following options:
+ *		DPNI_OPT_TX_FRM_RELEASE
+ *		DPNI_OPT_NO_MAC_FILTER
+ *		DPNI_OPT_HAS_POLICING
+ *		DPNI_OPT_SHARED_CONGESTION
+ *		DPNI_OPT_HAS_KEY_MASKING
+ *		DPNI_OPT_NO_FS
+ *		DPNI_OPT_SINGLE_SENDER
+ * @fs_entries: Number of entries in the flow steering table.
+ *		This table is used to select the ingress queue for
+ *		ingress traffic, targeting a GPP core or another.
+ *		In addition it can be used to discard traffic that
+ *		matches the set rule. It is either an exact match table
+ *		or a TCAM table, depending on DPNI_OPT_ HAS_KEY_MASKING
+ *		bit in OPTIONS field. This field is ignored if
+ *		DPNI_OPT_NO_FS bit is set in OPTIONS field. Otherwise,
+ *		value 0 defaults to 64. Maximum supported value is 1024.
+ *		Note that the total number of entries is limited on the
+ *		SoC to as low as 512 entries if TCAM is used.
+ * @vlan_filter_entries: Number of entries in the VLAN address filtering
+ *		table. This is an exact match table used to filter
+ *		ingress traffic based on VLAN IDs. Value 0 disables VLAN
+ *		filtering. Maximum supported value is 16.
+ * @mac_filter_entries: Number of entries in the MAC address filtering
+ *		table. This is an exact match table and allows both
+ *		unicast and multicast entries. The primary MAC address
+ *		of the network interface is not part of this table,
+ *		this contains only entries in addition to it. This
+ *		field is ignored if DPNI_OPT_ NO_MAC_FILTER is set in
+ *		OPTIONS field. Otherwise, value 0 defaults to 80.
+ *		Maximum supported value is 80.
+ * @num_queues: Number of Tx and Rx queues used for traffic
+ *		distribution. This is orthogonal to QoS and is only
+ *		used to distribute traffic to multiple GPP cores.
+ *		This configuration affects the number of Tx queues
+ *		(logical FQs, all associated with a single CEETM queue),
+ *		Rx queues and Tx confirmation queues, if applicable.
+ *		Value 0 defaults to one queue. Maximum supported value
+ *		is 8.
+ * @num_tcs: Number of traffic classes (TCs), reserved for the DPNI.
+ *		TCs can have different priority levels for the purpose
+ *		of Tx scheduling (see DPNI_SET_TX_PRIORITIES), different
+ *		BPs (DPNI_ SET_POOLS), policers. There are dedicated QM
+ *		queues for traffic classes (including class queues on
+ *		Tx). Value 0 defaults to one TC. Maximum supported value
+ *		is 16. There are maximum 16 TCs for Tx and 8 TCs for Rx.
+ *		When num_tcs>8 Tx will use this value but Rx will have
+ *		only 8 traffic classes.
+ * @num_rx_tcs: if set to other value than zero represents number
+ *		of TCs used for Rx. Maximum value is 8. If set to zero the
+ *		number of Rx TCs will be initialized with the value provided
+ *		in num_tcs parameter.
+ * @qos_entries: Number of entries in the QoS classification table. This
+ *		table is used to select the TC for ingress traffic. It
+ *		is either an exact match or a TCAM table, depending on
+ *		DPNI_OPT_ HAS_KEY_MASKING bit in OPTIONS field. This
+ *		field is ignored if the DPNI has a single TC. Otherwise,
+ *		a value of 0 defaults to 64. Maximum supported value
+ *		is 64.
  */
 struct dpni_cfg {
-	/**
-	 * @options: Any combination of the following options:
-	 *		DPNI_OPT_TX_FRM_RELEASE
-	 *		DPNI_OPT_NO_MAC_FILTER
-	 *		DPNI_OPT_HAS_POLICING
-	 *		DPNI_OPT_SHARED_CONGESTION
-	 *		DPNI_OPT_HAS_KEY_MASKING
-	 *		DPNI_OPT_NO_FS
-	 * @fs_entries: Number of entries in the flow steering table.
-	 *		This table is used to select the ingress queue for
-	 *		ingress traffic, targeting a GPP core or another.
-	 *		In addition it can be used to discard traffic that
-	 *		matches the set rule. It is either an exact match table
-	 *		or a TCAM table, depending on DPNI_OPT_ HAS_KEY_MASKING
-	 *		bit in OPTIONS field. This field is ignored if
-	 *		DPNI_OPT_NO_FS bit is set in OPTIONS field. Otherwise,
-	 *		value 0 defaults to 64. Maximum supported value is 1024.
-	 *		Note that the total number of entries is limited on the
-	 *		SoC to as low as 512 entries if TCAM is used.
-	 * @vlan_filter_entries: Number of entries in the VLAN address filtering
-	 *		table. This is an exact match table used to filter
-	 *		ingress traffic based on VLAN IDs. Value 0 disables VLAN
-	 *		filtering. Maximum supported value is 16.
-	 * @mac_filter_entries: Number of entries in the MAC address filtering
-	 *		table. This is an exact match table and allows both
-	 *		unicast and multicast entries. The primary MAC address
-	 *		of the network interface is not part of this table,
-	 *		this contains only entries in addition to it. This
-	 *		field is ignored if DPNI_OPT_ NO_MAC_FILTER is set in
-	 *		OPTIONS field. Otherwise, value 0 defaults to 80.
-	 *		Maximum supported value is 80.
-	 * @num_queues: Number of Tx and Rx queues used for traffic
-	 *		distribution. This is orthogonal to QoS and is only
-	 *		used to distribute traffic to multiple GPP cores.
-	 *		This configuration affects the number of Tx queues
-	 *		(logical FQs, all associated with a single CEETM queue),
-	 *		Rx queues and Tx confirmation queues, if applicable.
-	 *		Value 0 defaults to one queue. Maximum supported value
-	 *		is 8.
-	 * @num_tcs: Number of traffic classes (TCs), reserved for the DPNI.
-	 *		TCs can have different priority levels for the purpose
-	 *		of Tx scheduling (see DPNI_SET_TX_SELECTION), different
-	 *		BPs (DPNI_ SET_POOLS), policers. There are dedicated QM
-	 *		queues for traffic classes (including class queues on
-	 *		Tx). Value 0 defaults to one TC. Maximum supported value
-	 *		is 8.
-	 * @qos_entries: Number of entries in the QoS classification table. This
-	 *		table is used to select the TC for ingress traffic. It
-	 *		is either an exact match or a TCAM table, depending on
-	 *		DPNI_OPT_ HAS_KEY_MASKING bit in OPTIONS field. This
-	 *		field is ignored if the DPNI has a single TC. Otherwise,
-	 *		a value of 0 defaults to 64. Maximum supported value
-	 *		is 64.
-	 */
 	uint32_t options;
 	uint16_t fs_entries;
 	uint8_t  vlan_filter_entries;
 	uint8_t  mac_filter_entries;
 	uint8_t  num_queues;
 	uint8_t  num_tcs;
+	uint8_t  num_rx_tcs;
 	uint8_t  qos_entries;
 };
 
@@ -172,17 +180,14 @@  int dpni_destroy(struct fsl_mc_io *mc_io,
  * @num_dpbp:	Number of DPBPs
  * @pools:	Array of buffer pools parameters; The number of valid entries
  *		must match 'num_dpbp' value
+ * @pools.dpbp_id:     DPBP object ID
+ * @pools.priority:    Priority mask that indicates TC's used with this buffer.
+ *		       I set to 0x00 MC will assume value 0xff.
+ * @pools.buffer_size: Buffer size
+ * @pools.backup_pool: Backup pool
  */
 struct dpni_pools_cfg {
 	uint8_t num_dpbp;
-	/**
-	 * struct pools - Buffer pools parameters
-	 * @dpbp_id: DPBP object ID
-	 * @priority: priority mask that indicates TC's used with this buffer.
-	 * I set to 0x00 MC will assume value 0xff.
-	 * @buffer_size: Buffer size
-	 * @backup_pool: Backup pool
-	 */
 	struct {
 		int		dpbp_id;
 		uint8_t		priority_mask;
@@ -296,6 +301,8 @@  int dpni_clear_irq_status(struct fsl_mc_io *mc_io,
  *			variants,
  *			- 0x422 - WRIOP version 1.1.2, used on LS1088 and
  *			variants.
+ *			- 0xC00 - WRIOP version 3.0.0, used on LX2160 and
+ *			variants.
  */
 struct dpni_attr {
 	uint32_t options;
@@ -320,6 +327,13 @@  int dpni_get_attributes(struct fsl_mc_io *mc_io,
  * DPNI errors
  */
 
+/**
+ * Discard error. When set all discarded frames in wriop will be enqueued to
+ * error queue. To be used in dpni_set_errors_behavior() only if error_action
+ * parameter is set to DPNI_ERROR_ACTION_SEND_TO_ERROR_QUEUE.
+ */
+#define DPNI_ERROR_DISC		0x80000000
+
 /**
  * Extract out of frame header error
  */
@@ -408,6 +422,10 @@  int dpni_set_errors_behavior(struct fsl_mc_io *mc_io,
  * Select to modify the data-tail-room setting
  */
 #define DPNI_BUF_LAYOUT_OPT_DATA_TAIL_ROOM	0x00000040
+/**
+ * Select to modify the sw-opaque value setting
+ */
+#define DPNI_BUF_LAYOUT_OPT_SW_OPAQUE		0x00000080
 
 /**
  * struct dpni_buffer_layout - Structure representing DPNI buffer layout
@@ -427,6 +445,7 @@  struct dpni_buffer_layout {
 	int pass_timestamp;
 	int pass_parser_result;
 	int pass_frame_status;
+	int pass_sw_opaque;
 	uint16_t private_data_size;
 	uint16_t data_align;
 	uint16_t data_head_room;
@@ -501,16 +520,48 @@  int dpni_get_tx_data_offset(struct fsl_mc_io *mc_io,
 
 #define DPNI_STATISTICS_CNT		7
 
+/**
+ * union dpni_statistics - Union describing the DPNI statistics
+ * @page_0: Page_0 statistics structure
+ * @page_0.ingress_all_frames: Ingress frame count
+ * @page_0.ingress_all_bytes: Ingress byte count
+ * @page_0.ingress_multicast_frames: Ingress multicast frame count
+ * @page_0.ingress_multicast_bytes: Ingress multicast byte count
+ * @page_0.ingress_broadcast_frames: Ingress broadcast frame count
+ * @page_0.ingress_broadcast_bytes: Ingress broadcast byte count
+ * @page_1: Page_1 statistics structure
+ * @page_1.egress_all_frames: Egress frame count
+ * @page_1.egress_all_bytes: Egress byte count
+ * @page_1.egress_multicast_frames: Egress multicast frame count
+ * @page_1.egress_multicast_bytes: Egress multicast byte count
+ * @page_1.egress_broadcast_frames: Egress broadcast frame count
+ * @page_1.egress_broadcast_bytes: Egress broadcast byte count
+ * @page_2: Page_2 statistics structure
+ * @page_2.ingress_filtered_frames: Ingress filtered frame count
+ * @page_2.ingress_discarded_frames: Ingress discarded frame count
+ * @page_2.ingress_nobuffer_discards: Ingress discarded frame count due to
+ *	lack of buffers
+ * @page_2.egress_discarded_frames: Egress discarded frame count
+ * @page_2.egress_confirmed_frames: Egress confirmed frame count
+ * @page_3: Page_3 statistics structure with values for the selected TC
+ * @page_3.ceetm_dequeue_bytes: Cumulative count of the number of bytes dequeued
+ * @page_3.ceetm_dequeue_frames: Cumulative count of the number of frames
+ *	dequeued
+ * @page_3.ceetm_reject_bytes: Cumulative count of the number of bytes in all
+ *	frames whose enqueue was rejected
+ * @page_3.ceetm_reject_frames: Cumulative count of all frame enqueues rejected
+ * @page_4: congestion point drops for seleted TC
+ * @page_4.cgr_reject_frames: number of rejected frames due to congestion point
+ * @page_4.cgr_reject_bytes: number of rejected bytes due to congestion point
+ * @page_5: policer statistics per TC
+ * @page_5.policer_cnt_red: NUmber of red colored frames
+ * @page_5.policer_cnt_yellow: number of yellow colored frames
+ * @page_5.policer_cnt_green: number of green colored frames
+ * @page_5.policer_cnt_re_red: number of recolored red frames
+ * @page_5.policer_cnt_re_yellow: number of recolored yellow frames
+ * @raw: raw statistics structure, used to index counters
+ */
 union dpni_statistics {
-	/**
-	 * struct page_0 - Page_0 statistics structure
-	 * @ingress_all_frames: Ingress frame count
-	 * @ingress_all_bytes: Ingress byte count
-	 * @ingress_multicast_frames: Ingress multicast frame count
-	 * @ingress_multicast_bytes: Ingress multicast byte count
-	 * @ingress_broadcast_frames: Ingress broadcast frame count
-	 * @ingress_broadcast_bytes: Ingress broadcast byte count
-	 */
 	struct {
 		uint64_t ingress_all_frames;
 		uint64_t ingress_all_bytes;
@@ -519,15 +570,6 @@  union dpni_statistics {
 		uint64_t ingress_broadcast_frames;
 		uint64_t ingress_broadcast_bytes;
 	} page_0;
-	/**
-	 * struct page_1 - Page_1 statistics structure
-	 * @egress_all_frames: Egress frame count
-	 * @egress_all_bytes: Egress byte count
-	 * @egress_multicast_frames: Egress multicast frame count
-	 * @egress_multicast_bytes: Egress multicast byte count
-	 * @egress_broadcast_frames: Egress broadcast frame count
-	 * @egress_broadcast_bytes: Egress broadcast byte count
-	 */
 	struct {
 		uint64_t egress_all_frames;
 		uint64_t egress_all_bytes;
@@ -536,15 +578,6 @@  union dpni_statistics {
 		uint64_t egress_broadcast_frames;
 		uint64_t egress_broadcast_bytes;
 	} page_1;
-	/**
-	 * struct page_2 - Page_2 statistics structure
-	 * @ingress_filtered_frames: Ingress filtered frame count
-	 * @ingress_discarded_frames: Ingress discarded frame count
-	 * @ingress_nobuffer_discards: Ingress discarded frame count due to
-	 *					lack of buffers
-	 * @egress_discarded_frames: Egress discarded frame count
-	 * @egress_confirmed_frames: Egress confirmed frame count
-	 */
 	struct {
 		uint64_t ingress_filtered_frames;
 		uint64_t ingress_discarded_frames;
@@ -552,26 +585,23 @@  union dpni_statistics {
 		uint64_t egress_discarded_frames;
 		uint64_t egress_confirmed_frames;
 	} page_2;
-	/**
-	 * struct page_3 - Page_3 statistics structure with values for the
-	 *			selected TC
-	 * @ceetm_dequeue_bytes: Cumulative count of the number of bytes
-	 *			dequeued
-	 * @ceetm_dequeue_frames: Cumulative count of the number of frames
-	 *			dequeued
-	 * @ceetm_reject_bytes: Cumulative count of the number of bytes in all
-	 *			frames whose enqueue was rejected
-	 * @ceetm_reject_frames: Cumulative count of all frame enqueues rejected
-	 */
 	struct {
 		uint64_t ceetm_dequeue_bytes;
 		uint64_t ceetm_dequeue_frames;
 		uint64_t ceetm_reject_bytes;
 		uint64_t ceetm_reject_frames;
 	} page_3;
-	/**
-	 * struct raw - raw statistics structure, used to index counters
-	 */
+	struct {
+		uint64_t cgr_reject_frames;
+		uint64_t cgr_reject_bytes;
+	} page_4;
+	struct {
+		uint64_t policer_cnt_red;
+		uint64_t policer_cnt_yellow;
+		uint64_t policer_cnt_green;
+		uint64_t policer_cnt_re_red;
+		uint64_t policer_cnt_re_yellow;
+	} page_5;
 	struct {
 		uint64_t counter[DPNI_STATISTICS_CNT];
 	} raw;
@@ -750,11 +780,20 @@  enum dpni_fs_miss_action {
  * struct dpni_fs_tbl_cfg - Flow Steering table configuration
  * @miss_action:	Miss action selection
  * @default_flow_id:	Used when 'miss_action = DPNI_FS_MISS_EXPLICIT_FLOWID'
+ * @keep_hash_key: used only when miss_action is set to DPNI_FS_MISS_HASH. When
+ *	set to one unclassified frames will be distributed according to previous
+ *	used hash key. If set to zero hash key will be replaced with the key
+ *	provided for flow steering.
+ * @keep_entries: if set to one command will not delete the entries that already
+ *	exist into FS table. Use this option with caution: if the table
+ *	entries	are not compatible with the distribution key the packets
+ *	will not be classified properly.
  */
 struct dpni_fs_tbl_cfg {
 	enum dpni_fs_miss_action miss_action;
 	uint16_t default_flow_id;
 	char keep_hash_key;
+	uint8_t keep_entries;
 };
 
 /**
@@ -915,34 +954,52 @@  int dpni_get_congestion_notification(struct fsl_mc_io *mc_io,
 
 /**
  * struct dpni_queue - Queue structure
- * @user_context:	User data, presented to the user along with any frames
- *			from this queue. Not relevant for Tx queues.
+ * @destination - Destination structure
+ * @destination.id: ID of the destination, only relevant if DEST_TYPE is > 0.
+ *	Identifies either a DPIO or a DPCON object.
+ *	Not relevant for Tx queues.
+ * @destination.type:	May be one of the following:
+ *	0 - No destination, queue can be manually
+ *		queried, but will not push traffic or
+ *		notifications to a DPIO;
+ *	1 - The destination is a DPIO. When traffic
+ *		becomes available in the queue a FQDAN
+ *		(FQ data available notification) will be
+ *		generated to selected DPIO;
+ *	2 - The destination is a DPCON. The queue is
+ *		associated with a DPCON object for the
+ *		purpose of scheduling between multiple
+ *		queues. The DPCON may be independently
+ *		configured to generate notifications.
+ *		Not relevant for Tx queues.
+ * @destination.hold_active: Hold active, maintains a queue scheduled for longer
+ *	in a DPIO during dequeue to reduce spread of traffic.
+ *	Only relevant if queues are
+ *	not affined to a single DPIO.
+ * @user_context: User data, presented to the user along with any frames
+ *	from this queue. Not relevant for Tx queues.
+ * @flc: FD FLow Context structure
+ * @flc.value: Default FLC value for traffic dequeued from
+ *      this queue.  Please check description of FD
+ *      structure for more information.
+ *      Note that FLC values set using dpni_add_fs_entry,
+ *      if any, take precedence over values per queue.
+ * @flc.stash_control: Boolean, indicates whether the 6 lowest
+ *      - significant bits are used for stash control.
+ *      significant bits are used for stash control.  If set, the 6
+ *      least significant bits in value are interpreted as follows:
+ *      - bits 0-1: indicates the number of 64 byte units of context
+ *      that are stashed.  FLC value is interpreted as a memory address
+ *      in this case, excluding the 6 LS bits.
+ *      - bits 2-3: indicates the number of 64 byte units of frame
+ *      annotation to be stashed.  Annotation is placed at FD[ADDR].
+ *      - bits 4-5: indicates the number of 64 byte units of frame
+ *      data to be stashed.  Frame data is placed at FD[ADDR] +
+ *      FD[OFFSET].
+ *      For more details check the Frame Descriptor section in the
+ *      hardware documentation.
  */
 struct dpni_queue {
-	/**
-	 * struct destination - Destination structure
-	 * @id:	ID of the destination, only relevant if DEST_TYPE is > 0.
-	 *			Identifies either a DPIO or a DPCON object.
-	 *			Not relevant for Tx queues.
-	 * @type:	May be one of the following:
-	 *			0 - No destination, queue can be manually
-	 *				queried, but will not push traffic or
-	 *				notifications to a DPIO;
-	 *			1 - The destination is a DPIO. When traffic
-	 *				becomes available in the queue a FQDAN
-	 *				(FQ data available notification) will be
-	 *				generated to selected DPIO;
-	 *			2 - The destination is a DPCON. The queue is
-	 *				associated with a DPCON object for the
-	 *				purpose of scheduling between multiple
-	 *				queues. The DPCON may be independently
-	 *				configured to generate notifications.
-	 *				Not relevant for Tx queues.
-	 * @hold_active: Hold active, maintains a queue scheduled for longer
-	 *		in a DPIO during dequeue to reduce spread of traffic.
-	 *		Only relevant if queues are
-	 *		not affined to a single DPIO.
-	 */
 	struct {
 		uint16_t id;
 		enum dpni_dest type;
@@ -950,28 +1007,6 @@  struct dpni_queue {
 		uint8_t priority;
 	} destination;
 	uint64_t user_context;
-	/**
-	 * struct flc - FD FLow Context structure
-	 * @value: Default FLC value for traffic dequeued from
-	 *      this queue.  Please check description of FD
-	 *      structure for more information.
-	 *      Note that FLC values set using dpni_add_fs_entry,
-	 *      if any, take precedence over values per queue.
-	 * @stash_control: Boolean, indicates whether the 6 lowest
-	 *      - significant bits are used for stash control.
-	 *      significant bits are used for stash control.  If set, the 6
-	 *      least significant bits in value are interpreted as follows:
-	 *      - bits 0-1: indicates the number of 64 byte units of context
-	 *      that are stashed.  FLC value is interpreted as a memory address
-	 *      in this case, excluding the 6 LS bits.
-	 *      - bits 2-3: indicates the number of 64 byte units of frame
-	 *      annotation to be stashed.  Annotation is placed at FD[ADDR].
-	 *      - bits 4-5: indicates the number of 64 byte units of frame
-	 *      data to be stashed.  Frame data is placed at FD[ADDR] +
-	 *      FD[OFFSET].
-	 *      For more details check the Frame Descriptor section in the
-	 *      hardware documentation.
-	 */
 	struct {
 		uint64_t value;
 		char stash_control;
diff --git a/drivers/net/dpaa2/mc/fsl_dpni_cmd.h b/drivers/net/dpaa2/mc/fsl_dpni_cmd.h
index eb3e99878..fe0915968 100644
--- a/drivers/net/dpaa2/mc/fsl_dpni_cmd.h
+++ b/drivers/net/dpaa2/mc/fsl_dpni_cmd.h
@@ -9,19 +9,21 @@ 
 
 /* DPNI Version */
 #define DPNI_VER_MAJOR				7
-#define DPNI_VER_MINOR				3
+#define DPNI_VER_MINOR				7
 
 #define DPNI_CMD_BASE_VERSION			1
 #define DPNI_CMD_VERSION_2			2
+#define DPNI_CMD_VERSION_3			3
 #define DPNI_CMD_ID_OFFSET			4
 
 #define DPNI_CMD(id)	(((id) << DPNI_CMD_ID_OFFSET) | DPNI_CMD_BASE_VERSION)
 #define DPNI_CMD_V2(id)	(((id) << DPNI_CMD_ID_OFFSET) | DPNI_CMD_VERSION_2)
+#define DPNI_CMD_V3(id)	(((id) << DPNI_CMD_ID_OFFSET) | DPNI_CMD_VERSION_3)
 
 /* Command IDs */
 #define DPNI_CMDID_OPEN				DPNI_CMD(0x801)
 #define DPNI_CMDID_CLOSE			DPNI_CMD(0x800)
-#define DPNI_CMDID_CREATE			DPNI_CMD(0x901)
+#define DPNI_CMDID_CREATE			DPNI_CMD_V2(0x901)
 #define DPNI_CMDID_DESTROY			DPNI_CMD(0x981)
 #define DPNI_CMDID_GET_API_VERSION		DPNI_CMD(0xa01)
 
@@ -65,7 +67,7 @@ 
 #define DPNI_CMDID_REMOVE_VLAN_ID		DPNI_CMD(0x232)
 #define DPNI_CMDID_CLR_VLAN_FILTERS		DPNI_CMD(0x233)
 
-#define DPNI_CMDID_SET_RX_TC_DIST		DPNI_CMD_V2(0x235)
+#define DPNI_CMDID_SET_RX_TC_DIST		DPNI_CMD_V3(0x235)
 
 #define DPNI_CMDID_GET_STATISTICS		DPNI_CMD_V2(0x25D)
 #define DPNI_CMDID_RESET_STATISTICS		DPNI_CMD(0x25E)
@@ -76,8 +78,8 @@ 
 
 #define DPNI_CMDID_GET_PORT_MAC_ADDR		DPNI_CMD(0x263)
 
-#define DPNI_CMDID_GET_BUFFER_LAYOUT		DPNI_CMD(0x264)
-#define DPNI_CMDID_SET_BUFFER_LAYOUT		DPNI_CMD(0x265)
+#define DPNI_CMDID_GET_BUFFER_LAYOUT		DPNI_CMD_V2(0x264)
+#define DPNI_CMDID_SET_BUFFER_LAYOUT		DPNI_CMD_V2(0x265)
 
 #define DPNI_CMDID_SET_CONGESTION_NOTIFICATION	DPNI_CMD(0x267)
 #define DPNI_CMDID_GET_CONGESTION_NOTIFICATION	DPNI_CMD(0x268)
@@ -113,6 +115,7 @@  struct dpni_cmd_create {
 	uint8_t qos_entries;
 	uint8_t pad3;
 	uint16_t fs_entries;
+	uint8_t num_rx_tcs;
 };
 
 struct dpni_cmd_destroy {
@@ -228,6 +231,8 @@  struct dpni_cmd_set_errors_behavior {
 #define DPNI_PASS_PR_SIZE		1
 #define DPNI_PASS_FS_SHIFT		2
 #define DPNI_PASS_FS_SIZE		1
+#define DPNI_PASS_SWO_SHIFT		3
+#define DPNI_PASS_SWO_SIZE		1
 
 struct dpni_cmd_get_buffer_layout {
 	uint8_t qtype;
@@ -415,6 +420,8 @@  struct dpni_cmd_set_tx_priorities {
 #define DPNI_MISS_ACTION_SIZE		4
 #define DPNI_KEEP_HASH_KEY_SHIFT	7
 #define DPNI_KEEP_HASH_KEY_SIZE		1
+#define DPNI_KEEP_ENTRIES_SHIFT		6
+#define DPNI_KEEP_ENTRIES_SIZE		1
 
 struct dpni_cmd_set_rx_tc_dist {
 	uint16_t dist_size;
diff --git a/drivers/net/dpaa2/mc/fsl_net.h b/drivers/net/dpaa2/mc/fsl_net.h
index 964870ba9..0dc0131bb 100644
--- a/drivers/net/dpaa2/mc/fsl_net.h
+++ b/drivers/net/dpaa2/mc/fsl_net.h
@@ -180,7 +180,7 @@ 
 #define NH_FLD_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_STREAM_SQN     (NH_FLD_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_TYPE << 5)
 #define NH_FLD_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_PAYLOAD_PID    (NH_FLD_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_TYPE << 6)
 #define NH_FLD_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_UNORDERED      (NH_FLD_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_TYPE << 7)
-#define NH_FLD_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_BEGGINNING     (NH_FLD_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_TYPE << 8)
+#define NH_FLD_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_BEGGINING      (NH_FLD_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_TYPE << 8)
 #define NH_FLD_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_END            (NH_FLD_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_TYPE << 9)
 #define NH_FLD_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_ALL_FIELDS \
 	((NH_FLD_SCTP_CHUNK_DATA_TYPE << 10) - 1)