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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2] usb: core: Add runtime resume checking in choose_wakeup()
On 10 August 2016 at 22:31, Alan Stern <stern@rowland.harvard.edu> wrote:
> On Wed, 10 Aug 2016, Baolin Wang wrote:
>
>> Considering strict power management for mobile device, we should also power
>> off the usb controller if there are no slaves attached even though it is usb
>> host function, but it will meet usb device resume failure in below situation.
>>
>> Suppose that no slave attached ----> usb interface runtime suspend ---->
>> usb device runtime suspend -----> xhci suspend -----> power off usb controller.
>> After that if the system wants to enter suspend state, then it also will issue
>> usb_dev_suspend(), then the pm_runtime_resume() issued in choose_wakeup()
>> function will return '-ESHUTDOWN' due to xhci has been suspend and hardware is
>> not accessible.
>
> No, this is wrong. The pm_runtime_resume in choose_wakeup() should
> cause the xHCI controller to resume also.

But now it won't, it just resume usb device not xHCI controller. I
suppose mainline kernel does not sopport this now.

>
>> After system entering resume state, if there is slave attached ----> power on
>> usb controller ----> xhci resume ----> usb device runtime resume ---->
>> usb interface runtime resume. But usb device will resume failed if runtime
>> errors is set ('-ESHUTDOWN'), thus we should clear the runtime errors in
>> choose_wakeup() function to avoid this situation.
>
> If the controller resumes correctly, this won't be necessary.
>
> Alan Stern
>



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