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SubjectRe: N900 sleep mode (in 4.5-rc0, if that matters)
* Tony Lindgren <tony@atomide.com> [160209 09:26]:
> * Pavel Machek <pavel@ucw.cz> [160207 13:24]:
> > Hi!
> >
> > > > (I assume I have to insmod and rmmod, right? Because powersave is not
> > > > entered if I simply compile-out usb).
> > >
> > > Depending on what the bootloader does and probably also if
> > > USB was used during the booting.. So yeah you may need to modprobe
> > > and then rmmod.
> > >
> > > > Would you have commit ids for those rmmod fixes? It might be good to
> > > > push them into stable, and I should try again with them applied...
> > >
> > > 055555fc459 ("usb: musb: core: Fix handling of the phy notifications")
> > > 03e43528ab68 ("usb: musb: Fix unbalanced pm_runtime_enable")
> >
> > Ok, with that, I can insmod and rmmod. But I still get:
> >
> > 00001fff 48005020 (fa005020) cm_idlest_per blocking bits: 0007e000
>
> I think the cm_idlest_per is fine.
>
> > ffdffebd 48004a20 (fa004a20) cm_idlest1_core blocking bits: 00200042
> > 0000000d 48004a28 (fa004a28) cm_idlest3_core
>
> Bit 21 in cm_idlest1_core is for MCSPI4 so WLAN. Does that go
> down if do sleep 5; cat /sys/kernel/debug/pm_debug/count ?
>
> If not, the're PM runtime missing or broken somewhere.
>
> FYI, below is my omap3 usb test script that I use to start and
> stop USB, it also works on n900. And after stopping it n900
> continues hitting deeper idle states just fine.
>
> That is with these two phy patches applied on v4.5-rc3:
>
> "phy: twl4030-usb: Fix unbalanced pm_runtime_enable on module reload")
> "phy: twl4030-usb: Relase usb phy on unload")
>
> Maybe I gave you wrong info on the USB patches needed.. But these
> two above are needed on v4.5-rc3. And looks like Kishon has now
> applied them.
>
> Oh and I also have the MMC PM runtime regression fix here that I
> have not yet posted. Will post today. But I guess you're on
> v4.4 right now still.

And looks like the USB RNDIS gadget has some extra issues
breaking reboot. So I'd stick to ECM if possible and leave out
RNDIS completely.

Tony

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