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SubjectRe: [PATCH] i810_audio fix for version 0.11
Nathan Bryant wrote:

> Andris Pavenis wrote:
>
>> > With this patch, it seems to work fine. Without, it hangs on write.
>>
>> I met case when dmabuf->count==0 when __start_dac() is called. As result
>> I still got system freezing even if PCM_ENABLE_INPUT or
>> PCM_ENABLE_OUTPUT were set accordingly (I used different patch, see
>> another patch I sent today).
>>
>> My latest revision of patch "survives" without problems already some
>> hours (normally I'm not listening radio through internet all time,
>> but this time I do ...)
>>
>> Andris
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>
> i knew i shoula been a little less lazy with that one...
>
> haven't looked at your revision yet but we should just clean up and
> make update_lvi self-contained so that it always does *something*
> appropriate regardless of state. maybe that's what you did. ;-)
>
> (fyi, i'm not subscribed to linux-kernel, too much volume for the few
> specific interests i have, i don't see some of this stuff until, and
> if, i go digging thru archives)
>
Well, unfortunately, neither of the patches you guys sent do what I was
looking for ;-) My goal with that code was to enable a specific certain
behaviour, and because of the deadlock I have to make a few changes
elsewhere for it to work properly. The workaround patches are fine for
now, but later today I'll make a 0.12 that fixes it the way I'm looking
for. (Hint: it's legal for a program to call SETTRIGGER to disable PCM
output, then call the write() routine to fill the buffer, then call
SETTRIGGER again to start output, otherwise known as pre buffering, and
I want to support that without forcing the DAC to be started on
update_lvi())

The real answer is multipart:

1) during i810_open go back to the old behaviour of setting
dmabuf->trigger to PCM_ENABLE_INPUT and/or OUTPUT based on file mode.

2) make sure that i810_mmap clears dmabuf->trigger

3) make sure that in both i810_write and i810_read, we force the trigger
setting when we can't output/input any data because count <= 0

4) in update_lvi make the check something like:

if (!dmabuf->enable && dmabuf->trigger) {
....
}

That should solve the problem, I just haven't written it up yet.



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