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SubjectRe: Sleep problems with kernels >= 2.6.21 on powerpc
Andrew Morton wrote:
>> On 30 Aug 2007 22:42:46 +0200 "Tim Teulings" <rael@edge.ping.de> wrote:
>> Hello!
>>
>>> I don't have traces at hand and due to lack of time cannot reproduce it
>>> up to tomorrow. However this hint may speed up your analysis!
>> Sorry for the delay, but my desktop PC had an urgent hard disk problem I
>> had to fix ASASP.
>>
>> So here is the output from dmesg that suggested to me that firewire
>> might be a problem:
>
> Straightforward regression, two reporters, nothing happening.

Thanks for CCing me. I'm also adding the CC of Kristian, author and
other maintainer of the code in question.

>>> usb_endpoint usbdev2.2_ep81: PM: suspend 0->2, parent 2-1:1.0 already 2
>>> usb_device usbdev1.1: PM: suspend 0->2, parent usb1 already 2
>>> usb_endpoint usbdev1.1_ep81: PM: suspend 0->2, parent 1-0:1.0 already 2
>>> hub 1-0:1.0: PM: suspend 2->2, parent usb1 already 2
>>> usb_endpoint usbdev1.1_ep00: PM: suspend 0->2, parent usb1 already 2
>>> eth2: Airport entering sleep mode
>>> eth0: suspending, WakeOnLan disabled
>>> pci_set_power_state(): 0002:20:0e.0: state=3, current state=5
>>> firewire_ohci: pci_set_power_state failed with -22<3>pci_device_suspend(): pci_suspend+0x0/0x9c [firewire_ohci]() returns -22
>>> suspend_device(): pci_device_suspend+0x0/0x98() returns -22
>>> Could not suspend device 0002:20:0e.0: error -22
>>> eth0: resuming
>>> PHY ID: 4061e4, addr: 0
>>> eth2: Airport waking up
>>> eth2: New link status: Connected (0001)
>>> hda: Enabling Ultra DMA 2
>>> eth0: Link is up at 100 Mbps, full-duplex.
>>> eth0: Pause is disabled
>>> ADDRCONF(NETDEV_CHANGE): eth0: link becomes ready
>>> hdb: Enabling Ultra DMA 2
>>> usb_endpoint usbdev1.1_ep00: PM: resume from 0, parent usb1 still 2
>>> usb_endpoint usbdev1.1_ep81: PM: resume from 0, parent 1-0:1.0 still 2
>>> usb_device usbdev1.1: PM: resume from 0, parent usb1 still 2
>>> Driver sleep failed
>>> Sleep rejected by devices
>>> adb: starting probe task...
>>> adb devices: [2]: 2 c4 [3]: 3 1 [7]: 7 1f
>>> ADB keyboard at 2, handler 1
>>> ADB mouse at 3, handler set to 4 (trackpad)
>>> adb: finished probe task...
>>> usb_device usbdev1.1: PM: suspend 0->2, parent usb1 already 2
>>> usb_endpoint usbdev1.1_ep81: PM: suspend 0->2, parent 1-0:1.0 already 2
>>> hub 1-0:1.0: PM: suspend 2->2, parent usb1 already 2
>>> usb_endpoint usbdev1.1_ep00: PM: suspend 0->2, parent usb1 already 2
>>> eth2: Airport entering sleep mode
>>> eth0: suspending, WakeOnLan disabled
>>> Trying to free already-free IRQ 40
>>> pci_set_power_state(): 0002:20:0e.0: state=3, current state=5
>>> firewire_ohci: pci_set_power_state failed with -22<3>pci_device_suspend(): pci_suspend+0x0/0x9c [firewire_ohci]() returns -22
>
> I grepped the whole tree for firewire_ohci and came up blank. What is it?

drivers/firewire/fw-ohci.c -> fw-ohci.o -> firewire-ohci.o ->
firewire-ohci.ko

> But yes, a failed pci_set_power_state() will hurt. Perhaps this is
> a result of some recently-added return-value checking fix but as I
> cannot find the dang code I cannot tell.

The old ohci1394.c used to ignore pci_set_power_state's return value.
In the pre 2.6.19-rc1 commit ea6104c22468239083857fa07425c312b1ecb424, I
added a fail-on-error. This was toned down to a printk-on-err by pre
2.6.19-rc4 commit 346f5c7ee7fa4ebee0e4c96415a7e59716bfa1d0.

This was because of Benjamin Herrenschmidt's regression report:
http://lkml.org/lkml/2006/10/24/13

So, we went into the same trap again with fw-ohci. I should have
noticed how fw-ohci treats pci_set_power_state when I signed off the
commit which added the suspend/resume methods to fw-ohci --- but somehow
I didn't.

>>> suspend_device(): pci_device_suspend+0x0/0x98() returns -22
>>> Could not suspend device 0002:20:0e.0: error -22
>>> eth0: resuming
>>> PHY ID: 4061e4, addr: 0
>>> eth2: Airport waking up
>>> eth2: New link status: Connected (0001)
>>> hda: Enabling Ultra DMA 2
>>> hdb: Enabling Ultra DMA 2
>>> eth0: Link is up at 100 Mbps, full-duplex.
>>> eth0: Pause is disabled
>> The problem wa sinitiated by closing the lid. The iBook then seems to
>> permanetly try to go to sleep (I can hear the cd-rom drive get
>> periodically initialized). So above contains more than one iteration.
>>
>> The kernel is:
>>> Linux kismet 2.6.22-1-powerpc #1 Sun Jul 29 13:58:06 CEST 2007 ppc GNU/Linux
>> The relveant debian package:
>>> linux-image-2.6.22-1-powerpc_2.6.22-3_powerpc.deb
>> I'm running a mixture of debian testing/unstable.
>>
>> The firewire and the USB connector were unused, the network connector
>> was used.
>>
>> If there are questions regarding other packages, or somebody wants me to
>> test a fix (I would prever a debian package), don't hesitate - I would
>> like to get the bug fixed :-)
>>

A trivial post -rc1 compatible fix is coming in a minute.
--
Stefan Richter
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