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SubjectRe: [PATCH] pciehp: Add pciehp_surprise module option
Takashi Iwai wrote:
> At Wed, 20 Mar 2013 19:41:38 +0100,
> Martin Mokrejs wrote:
>>
>> Hi Takashi,
>> would you please describe your test system in more detail? How
>> about 'lspci -tv'? And 'lsusb -v' of the broken device?
>
> I left the machine in my office, so I'll give details tomorrow.
> It's a Realtek 5249 PCI-e card reader, and this appears as a PCI
> device once when registered by pciehp. At cold boot, it doesn't
> appear in lspci. It appears only when you insert the card. Also,
> this device is no USB. It's supported by mfd/rtsx_pci driver in 3.9.
>

>> If I have Realtek MediaCardReader enabled in BIOS, no card in it, coldboot, and hot
>> insert an ExpressCard into the slot, the Realtek MediaCardReader pops up in dmesg as
>> a new PCI device. How about you?
>
> The device is hotplugged only when the option of my patch is enabled,
> i.e. overriding the surprise capability check.
>
>> My card does NOT show in lspci (maybe because I never plugged in a data card into it) but does show in lsusb:
>
> So, it's a completely different case...
>
>>
>> Bus 002 Device 005: ID 0bda:0138 Realtek Semiconductor Corp. RTS5138 Card Reader Controller
>> Device Descriptor:
>> bLength 18
>> bDescriptorType 1
>> bcdUSB 2.00
>> bDeviceClass 0 (Defined at Interface level)
>> bDeviceSubClass 0
>> bDeviceProtocol 0
>> bMaxPacketSize0 64
>> idVendor 0x0bda Realtek Semiconductor Corp.
>> idProduct 0x0138 RTS5138 Card Reader Controller
>> bcdDevice 38.82
>> iManufacturer 1 Generic
>> iProduct 2 USB2.0-CRW
>> iSerial 3 20090516388200000
>>
>>
>> Can you try coldboot without a media card inserted before power up without
>> your patch and check whether the CardReader pops up after you plugin some
>> ExpressCard into an ExpressCardSlot (not the CardReader)? I presume it is
>> a laptop. ;-)
>
> When you boot without the card, there is no PCI device. Triggering
> PCI bus rescan also doesn't expose it. But, when you insert the card,
> you'll get the notification in pciehp (seeing "Card present on Slot"
> message), but pciehp doesn't do anything right now unless the
> surprising bit is set. The device may appear if you trigger the PCI
> bus rescan at this moment, too, though.
>
>> 2. Is the hotplug broken also under acpiphp? And again, does it get detected
>> once you plugin some card into an ExpressCard slot?
>
> acpiphp doesn't load on this machine.

While we concluded above that I have a different card (USB-hooked Realtek card)
I need since about 3.5 kernel pcie_aspm=off to get acpiphp working. It does not
work for all express cards but maybe this will help you to get *acpiphp* recognize
the slot? Note: the same kernel command line pcie_aspm=off breaks *pciehp* on
my laptop, so don't forget to delete it from grub.conf if you want to stick
with *pciehp* (if your hardware is prone to hit same bug like me:
https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=59391 .

Just in case you could switch to acpiphp. ;)
Martin


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