M68060 USER’S MANUAL
of BCLK represent the rising edges of CLK in which CLKEN is asserted. However, there are
cases in which the BCLK concept does not apply.
The BCLK concept does not apply to the IPLx and RSTI input signals. These inputs are sam-
pled every CLK edge. The processor status (PSTx), RSTO, and IPEND outputs do not follow
the BCLK concept, either, since these outputs can change on any CLK rising edge, regard-
less of CLKEN. The BB and TIP signals generally follow the BCLK concept except when
these signals are already driven asserted by the processor and then three-stated. This
occurs when the bus is arbitrated away from the processor immediately after an active bus
cycle. These outputs are actively negated for one CLK period before three-stating. Figure 7-
2, Figure 7-3, and Figure 7-4 illustrate the behavior of BB and TIP in the case mentioned.
The BB signal is not recommended for use in full-speed bus designs since bus contention
is possible when tied to alternate masters’ BB pins.
Other implementations of CLKEN are not supported.
7.3 ACKNOWLEDGE TERMINATION IGNORE STATE CAPABILITY
The MC68060 provides the capability to ignore termination acknowledgments to assist in
system designs. Independent ignore state counters for read and write, primary (initial) trans-
fer, and secondary (burst) transfer are used during bus cycles to determine which BCLK ris-
ing edges transfer acknowledge termination signals should be ignored or sampled.
This special mode is selected during a reset operation. Please refer to
7.14 Special Modes
for details on how to enable this mode.
7.4 BUS CONTROL REGISTER
The bus control register (BUSCR) is accessed via the MOVEC instruction. Its main purpose
is to provide a way to control the external LOCK and LOCKE signals in software. This fea-
ture is essential in emulating the CAS2 instruction and in providing a means to control bus
arbitration activity during critical code segments. Figure 7-5 shows the BUSCR format.
0 = Negate external LOCK signal.
1 = Assert external LOCK signal.
SL—Shadow Copy, Lock Bit
0 = LOCK negated sequence at time of exception.
1 = LOCK asserted at time of exception.
Figure 7-5. Bus Control Register Format
31 30 0
LReserved for Future Use