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SubjectRe: [BUG][2.6.38] IRQ Lock Inversion / i915 fails
On Thu, Mar 17, 2011 at 10:15 AM, Takashi Iwai <> wrote:
> The trigger callback should be called always in irq-disabled context,
> so this should be OK.

Oh, ok. I missed the snd_pcm_action_lock_irq() thing disabling
interrupts in that call sequence..

> But loopback_pos_update() is called in the
> timer callback, and this can be the issue.

Hmm. If the timer callback is the only other case doing that, then
that should be ok.

In fact, now that I look at that lockdep thing, I'm confused. Where
does the hard irq come in at all for that lock? It seems to come from
self_group.lock, but I don't see why/how they nest.

That said, the sound locking is odd, I'm sure you see it. But a
commentary about how this came about in the changelog would be good.

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