Re: [PATCH] crypto: driver for tegra AES hardware

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>> +	cmdq[1] = (u32)dd->ivkey_phys_base;
>> +
>> +	for (i = 0; i < ARRAY_SIZE(cmdq); i++)
>> +		aes_writel(dd, cmdq[i], ICMDQUE_WR);
> ARRAY_SIZE is 2 here - why not use a single temporary variable and
> two individual aes_writel()s?

Removed 'i' and kept cmdq as it is. Adding 2 more variables seems
unnecessary.

>
>> +	if (ctx->flags & FLAGS_NEW_KEY) {
>> +		/* copy the key */
>> +		memset(dd->ivkey_base, 0, AES_HW_KEY_TABLE_LENGTH_BYTES);
>> +		memcpy(dd->ivkey_base, ctx->key, ctx->keylen);
> do you really need the overlapping memset?

keylen < AES_HW_KEY_TABLE_LENGTH_BYTES. A key slot contains key, iv and
updated iv.

>> +	return IRQ_HANDLED;
> need to return IRQ_NONE if device reports no valid IRQ status.

I could not find a scenario where IRQ_NONE can be returned.

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