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SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/3] clk: exynos-audss: Keep the parent of mout_audss always enabled
On Wed, Jun 11, 2014 at 10:20 PM, Kevin Hilman <> wrote:
> Tushar Behera <> writes:
>> When the output clock of AUDSS mux is disabled, we are getting kernel
>> oops while doing a clk_get() on other clocks provided by AUDSS.
>> Though user manual doesn't specify this dependency, we came across
>> this issue while disabling the parent of AUDSS mux clocks.
>> Keeping the parents of AUDSS mux always enabled fixes this issue.
> While this patch works (and fixes the boot problem for me), it seems
> like it's papering over the real problem.

Thanks for testing.

> Seems like the right fix is actually modelling the clocks properly so
> that enabling a child clock ensures that the parent is also enabled.

Patch 2/3 was to ensure we have proper clock tree defined for
Exynos5420. While testing with audio disabled, that patch alone fixed
the issue. But when audio was enabled (and hence I2S0 was trying to
access the clocks), we got some kernel oops during late booting, hence
I came up this solution.

The solution might be a little half-baked because of the urgency to
push the fix, but will try to dig more into the issue on Monday when I
resume office.

> Kevin


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