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SubjectRe: gpio-omap: wakeup mask
* Pascal Huerst <pascal.huerst@gmail.com> [140702 05:12]:
> Hi everyone,
>
> we have a device with an am335x and are using some gpios on bank0 to
> wake up the device from suspend to ram.
>
> We have some user buttons which are configured in the devicetree as
> gpio-keys and one power-key which should wake up the device:
>
> &buttons {
> power {
> label = "Power";
> gpios = <&gpio0 6 1>;
> linux,code = <116>;
> gpio-key,wakeup;
> };
>
> one {
> label = "One";
> gpios = <&gpio0 11 1>;
> linux,code = <2>;
> };
>
> : : :
> }
>
> The problem is, that the device wakes up on any trigger on bank 0. No
> matter which button was pressed. "gpio-key,wakeup" seems not to have any
> influence.
>
> Now, if I comment the following lines out in drivers/gpio/gpio-omap.c :
> set_gpio_trigger(...).
>
> 321
> 322 if (likely(!(bank->non_wakeup_gpios & gpio_bit))) {
> 323 _gpio_rmw(base, bank->regs->wkup_en, gpio_bit, trigger != 0);
> 324 bank->context.wake_en =
> 325 readl_relaxed(bank->base + bank->regs->wkup_en);
> 326 }
> 327
>
> Everything works as expected. But I don't really understand why? Is this
> a bug, or does this break something else I have not discovered yet?

The GPIO wake-up events are working from off-idle for omap3
the last time I checked, so sounds like this is some am335x
related issue.

What does your bank->context.wake_en mask get set to with this code?

Regards,

Tony


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