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SubjectRe: Bugs in MMC [was: [Bug 10030] Suspend doesn't work when SD card is inserted]
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On Monday 03 March 2008, Pierre Ossman wrote:
> On Mon, 3 Mar 2008 13:59:37 -0800
> David Brownell <david-b@pacbell.net> wrote:
>
> >
> > Card insert/remove events can be system wake events though. Which
> > makes that restriction impractical.

This part seems to be ignored by your comment ... wake events.


> > I think hosts need to be able to call mmc_detect_change() as soon as
> > they see a stable signal. The MMC core can hold off handling that
> > for a while, if it needs to wait until the code walking the device
> > tree gets around to resuming that host. It's a lot more natural to
> > hold off such stuff one time there than in N host drivers; especially
> > since the MMC core already has such hold-off code.
> >
>
> That actually sorts itself out as the MMC core reprobes on wakeup, but
> I see your point. Right now things will work peachy if the controllers
> just make sure to disable their card detection logic before telling the
> core to suspend.

That is, the MMC core doesn't understand wakeup events.

Or, as pointed out elsewhere, well-behaved MMC hosts ... which don't
need either such reprobing or the associated remove-on-suspend.

- Dave


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