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Hi Felipe,

On Thu, May 28, 2015 at 7:41 PM, Felipe Balbi <balbi@ti.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> On Thu, May 28, 2015 at 04:53:09PM +0530, sundeep subbaraya wrote:
>> Hi Felipe and Paul,
>
> btw, Paul has left Synopys :-)

ahh I see..
>
>> I am seeing an issue while testing iperf for USB ethernet gadget with
>> dwc3 controller in 2.0 mode. After debugging I figured out that:
>>
>> 1. Network gadget queues say 3 requests. (for IN endpoint)
>> 2. It turns out with req.no_interrupt flag,
>> DWC3 driver issues START_TRANSFER with req0:IOC, req1, req2:LST
>> 3. As per driver state machine, we get XFERNOTREADY then prepare these
>> TRBs and issue start transfer. Make Endpoint state as Busy.
>> 4. Endpoint state is set to free in XFERINPROGRESS or XFERCOMPLETE event.
>> 5. The issue I see here is there are NAKs going to host (seen in
>> analyzer) in between req0 and req2 hence XFERNOTREADY(Transfer Active)
>> events in between XFERINPROGRESS and XFERCOMPLETE events.
>> 6. As a result, EP is set as free in XFERINPROGRESS, since EP is free
>> start transfer command is issued in XFERNOTREADY handler.The command
>> fails since controller did not release the xfer resource yet.
>>
>> I feel controller behaviour is fine since it sends NAK and writes that
>> event. Driver may have to be modified to make EP as free only in
>> XFERCOMPLETE event handler (ofcourse not for Isoc).
>
> this sounds like the correct solution.
>
>> Note I am testing on a platform which is very slow (the interface
>> between DDR and core runs at 4Mhz).
>
> sweet :-)

No it is not :) :). I struggled a lot while debugging :(

>
>> Where as on Zynq (DWC3 in PL), a faster system compared to above one I
>
> hey, when will we see a glue layer for Zynq ? :-)

we don't have hardware with 2.0 and 3.0 PHY together currently. I will
write and test
once the hardware is ready :)

>
>> do not see any NAKs in between Start transfer command and XFERCOMPLETE
>> event.
>>
>> What do you guys say? Do you agree linux driver has to be modified or
>> Core should never issue NAKs in between Start transfer and
>> XFERCOMPLETE?
>
> well, if we queued enough transfers, it shouldn't NAK. OTOH, we
> shouldn't allow for a new StartTransfer command until all pending
> requests have been transferred.

Yes correct but the hardware design is very slow here so hitting this case
>
>> A patch correcting DEPCMD status macros has been applied. Thank you
>> Felipe for trace points in driver otherwise it would have taken very
>> long time to figure out the root cause :) .
>
> yeah, those are really helpful :-)
>
>> Below is the trace log:(enabled only for IN bulk endpoint)
>>
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.713513: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk
>> XFERNOTREADY.Transfer Not Active
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.713768: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk:
>> req ffffffc039a68580 dma 011c60a2 length 1558 IOC
>>
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.714266: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk:
>> req ffffffc039a687c0 dma 011c10a2 length 1558
>>
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.714753: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk:
>> req ffffffc039a68700 dma 011c18a2 length 1558 last IOC
>>
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.717768: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk
>> XFERNOTREADY.Transfer Active
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.718203: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk EP BUSY
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.718412: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk
>> XFERNOTREADY.Transfer Active
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.718638: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk EP BUSY
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.718837: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk
>> XFERNOTREADY.Transfer Active
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.719049: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk EP BUSY
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.719248: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk
>> XFERINPROGRESS
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.719520: dwc3_msg: request
>> ffffffc039a68580 from ep1in-bulk completed 1558/1558 ===> 0
>>
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.720225: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk
>> XFERNOTREADY.Transfer Active
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.720612: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk
>> XFERNOTREADY.Transfer Active
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.720826: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk EP BUSY
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.721026: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk
>> XFERNOTREADY.Transfer Active
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.721243: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk EP BUSY
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.721446: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk
>> XFERCOMPLETE
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.721711: dwc3_msg: request
>> ffffffc039a687c0 from ep1in-bulk completed 1558/1558 ===> 0
>>
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.722411: dwc3_msg: request
>> ffffffc039a68700 from ep1in-bulk completed 1558/1558 ===> 0
>>
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.722910: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk
>> XFERNOTREADY.Transfer Not Active
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.723159: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk:
>> req ffffffc039a68ac0 dma 398b18a2 length 1558
>>
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.723649: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk:
>> req ffffffc039a68c40 dma 3a1ce8a2 length 1558
>>
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.724136: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk:
>> req ffffffc039a68580 dma 3cc258a2 length 1558 last
>>
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.724722: dwc3_msg: CMD Error:1 for ep 3
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.727245: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk
>> XFERNOTREADY.Transfer Active
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.727767: dwc3_msg: CMD Error:1 for ep 3
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.728049: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk
>> XFERNOTREADY.Transfer Active
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.728394: dwc3_msg: CMD Error:1 for ep 3
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.731226: dwc3_msg: ep1in-bulk
>> XFERNOTREADY.Transfer Active
>> irq/97-dwc3-1308 [001] d... 553.731658: dwc3_msg: CMD Error:1 for ep 3
>
> Can you try patch below ?
>
> diff --git a/drivers/usb/dwc3/gadget.c b/drivers/usb/dwc3/gadget.c
> index a03a485205c7..cad747865ce0 100644
> --- a/drivers/usb/dwc3/gadget.c
> +++ b/drivers/usb/dwc3/gadget.c
> @@ -1907,12 +1907,16 @@ static void dwc3_endpoint_transfer_complete(struct dwc3 *dwc,
> {
> unsigned status = 0;
> int clean_busy;
> + u32 is_xfer_complete;
> +
> + is_xfer_complete = (event->endpoint_event == DWC3_DEPEVT_XFERCOMPLETE);
>
> if (event->status & DEPEVT_STATUS_BUSERR)
> status = -ECONNRESET;

>
> clean_busy = dwc3_cleanup_done_reqs(dwc, dep, event, status);
> - if (clean_busy)
> + if (clean_busy & (is_xfer_complete ||
> + usb_endpoint_xfer_isoc(dep->endpoint.desc)))

works perfect now and it should be &&.
Thanks for the immediate patch. What's next? Shall I send patch for
this or you applied this one already?

Sundeep.

> dep->flags &= ~DWC3_EP_BUSY;
>
> /*
>
> --
> balbi


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