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SubjectRe: gpio-omap: wakeup mask


On 09.07.2014 12:41, Tony Lindgren wrote:
> * Pascal Huerst <pascal.huerst@gmail.com> [140709 03:18]:
>> Hey Tony, all
>>
>> On 04.07.2014 09:27, Tony Lindgren wrote:
>>> * 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.
>>
>> Ok, that sounds reasonable.
>>
>>> What does your bank->context.wake_en mask get set to with this code?
>>
>> by calling 'echo mem > /sys/power/state' followed by a wakeup, I get the
>> following:
>>
>> [ 28.992866] bank->context->wake_en = 00080040
>> [ 29.020974] PM: noirq resume of devices complete after 22.439 msecs
>
> I guess that's for gpio bank 0 with no bit 11 as your dts has it
> configured.

Yes that's right. I forgot to print the context, too. If I do so, it's:

[ 31.034972] bank->base = F9E07000 gpio = 6 bank->context->wake_en =
00080040

respectively:

[ 31.846992] bank->base = F9E07000 gpio = 11 bank->context->wake_en =
00080040

> If you just comment out the _gpio_rmw part above do
> things work as expected?

Yes. It only wakes up on gpio 6 not on gpio 11 anymore.

> Then if that works as expected, maybe write only some unused bits
> into wkup_en register and see if it still wakes to all events while
> it should not?

If I use the following testcode, everything works as expected:

//WARN(true, "WARN: bank->base = %08X\n", bank->base);

if (likely(!(bank->non_wakeup_gpios & gpio_bit))) {
//_gpio_rmw(base, bank->regs->wkup_en, gpio_bit, trigger != 0);
writel(0xABC00000, base + bank->regs->wkup_en);

bank->context.wake_en = readl_relaxed(bank->base +
bank->regs->wkup_en);
printk("bank->base = %08X gpio = %i bank->context->wake_en = %08X\n",
bank->base, gpio, bank->context.wake_en);
}

This produces the following output:

[ 35.319228] PM: Syncing filesystems ... done.
[ 35.358702] Freezing user space processes ... (elapsed 0.003 seconds)
done.
[ 35.369754] Freezing remaining freezable tasks ... (elapsed 0.002
seconds) done.
[ 35.380734] PM: Sending message for entering DeepSleep mode
[ 35.515932] bank->base = F9E07000 gpio = 19 bank->context->wake_en =
ABC00000
[ 35.529319] PM: suspend of devices complete after 137.218 msecs
[ 35.544410] PM: late suspend of devices complete after 8.715 msecs
[ 35.562247] omap_hwmod: cpgmac0: _wait_target_disable failed
[ 35.569325] PM: noirq suspend of devices complete after 18.289 msecs
[ 35.576156] PM: GFX domain entered low power state
[ 35.576156] PM: Could not transition all powerdomains to target state
[ 35.576156] PM: Wakeup source GPIO0
[ 35.576156] PM Wakeup source extra: 00000840
[ 35.576329] bank->base = F9E07000 gpio = 6 bank->context->wake_en =
ABC00000
[ 35.583710] bank->base = F9E07000 gpio = 11 bank->context->wake_en =
ABC00000
[ 35.614846] PM: noirq resume of devices complete after 22.582 msecs
[ 35.622009] bank->base = F9E07000 gpio = 6 bank->context->wake_en =
ABC00000
[ 35.631798] bank->base = F9E07000 gpio = 11 bank->context->wake_en =
ABC00000
[ 35.639511] bank->base = F9E07000 gpio = 19 bank->context->wake_en =
ABC00000
[ 35.647116] bank->base = FA04C000 gpio = 9 bank->context->wake_en =
ABC00000
[ 35.654547] bank->base = FA04C000 gpio = 12 bank->context->wake_en =
ABC00000
[ 35.662015] bank->base = FA04C000 gpio = 13 bank->context->wake_en =
ABC00000
[ 35.669526] bank->base = FA04C000 gpio = 14 bank->context->wake_en =
ABC00000
[ 35.677039] bank->base = FA04C000 gpio = 15 bank->context->wake_en =
ABC00000
[ 35.685035] bank->base = FA1AC000 gpio = 17 bank->context->wake_en =
ABC00000
[ 35.692507] bank->base = FA1AC000 gpio = 18 bank->context->wake_en =
ABC00000
[ 35.706466] PM: early resume of devices complete after 6.235 msecs
[ 35.715010] net eth0: initializing cpsw version 1.12 (0)
[ 35.794388] net eth0: phy found : id is : 0x4dd076
[ 35.849941] mmc0: error -110 during resume (card was removed?)
[ 35.856164] dpm_run_callback(): mmc_bus_resume+0x0/0x74 returns -110
[ 35.862828] PM: Device mmc0:0001 failed to resume: error -110
[ 35.914573] PM: resume of devices complete after 201.604 msecs
[ 35.927336] PM: Sending message for resetting M3 state machine
[ 35.934236] Restarting tasks ... done.

> It might be worth comparing the GPIO registers between am37xx and
> am335x for the wkup_en register.

I had a quick look, but did not find anything. May be I will have to
look into that again.

Thanks
Pascal


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