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SubjectRe: [PATCH v3] mfd:rtsx: do retry when dma transfer error
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> This errno need to be -EILSEQ.
> You need to explain why.
>
When DMA transfer error with -EILSEQ, the request will retry some times,
but when with errno -EINVAL, the request will be aborted directly.
At the same time the DMA transfer error truely beacuse of the Illegal
byte sequence,
so -EILSEQ is used to instead of -EINVAL.


>>>>> + if (card_clock == UHS_SDR104_MAX_DTR &&
>>>>> + pcr->dma_error_count &&
>>>>> + PCI_PID(pcr) == RTS5227_DEVICE_ID)
>>>>> + card_clock = (UHS_SDR104_MAX_DTR -
>>>>> + pcr->dma_error_count * 20000000);
>>> ... but won't this only reduce the clock frequency just once?
>>>
>>> There is no point bracketing the whole statement.
>>>
>>> But you do need to bracket one (the second) section of it.
>>>
>> The times of DMA transfer error occurrs recorded in dma_error_count,
>> When DMA transfer error occurrs, the card_clock is reduced by 20MHz.
> I think you'll find this logic will only reduce the clock frequency by
> 20MHz once and only once.
>
> After the first:
>
> card_clock = (UHS_SDR104_MAX_DTR - pcr->dma_error_count * 20000000)
>
> ... happens, the first comparison:
>
> card_clock == UHS_SDR104_MAX_DTR
>
> ... will fail on subsequent attempts and will not allow it to be
> reduced any further. Did you test it?
>
When the request is resent, the card_clock will be still set to
UHS_SDR104_MAX_DTR,
so card_clock == UHS_SDR104_MAX_DTR will be always true.
The times of DMA transfer error occurrs recorded in dma_error_count,
and the card_clock will be changed to UHS_SDR104_MAX_DTR -
dma_error_count * 20000000.
I have tested the code, the finally clock will be reduced step by step
with the increase of dma_error_count.

steven feng
Realsil Microelectronics CO. LTD.
Mobile:181-6899-0403 Ext:57594

On 2017年04月10日 23:00, Lee Jones wrote:
> On Mon, 10 Apr 2017, 冯伟linux wrote:
>
>>> --- a/drivers/mfd/rtsx_pcr.c
>>> +++ b/drivers/mfd/rtsx_pcr.c
>>> @@ -30,6 +30,7 @@
>>> #include <linux/platform_device.h>
>>> #include <linux/mfd/core.h>
>>> #include <linux/mfd/rtsx_pci.h>
>>> +#include <linux/mmc/card.h>
>>> Why is this required?
>>>
>> The UHS_SER104_MAX_DTR which is in "card_clock = UHS_SER104_MAX_DTR
>> - (pcr->dma_error_count *20000000)" is defined in linux/mmc/card.h, so
>> it is required.
> Okay.
>
>>> spin_lock_irqsave(&pcr->lock, flags);
>>> - if (pcr->trans_result == TRANS_RESULT_FAIL)
>>> - err = -EINVAL;
>>> + if (pcr->trans_result == TRANS_RESULT_FAIL) {
>>> + err = -EILSEQ;
>>> "Illegal byte sequence", really?
>>>
>> This errno need to be -EILSEQ.
> You need to explain why.
>
>>>>> + if (card_clock == UHS_SDR104_MAX_DTR &&
>>>>> + pcr->dma_error_count &&
>>>>> + PCI_PID(pcr) == RTS5227_DEVICE_ID)
>>>>> + card_clock = (UHS_SDR104_MAX_DTR -
>>>>> + pcr->dma_error_count * 20000000);
>>> ... but won't this only reduce the clock frequency just once?
>>>
>>> There is no point bracketing the whole statement.
>>>
>>> But you do need to bracket one (the second) section of it.
>>>
>> The times of DMA transfer error occurrs recorded in dma_error_count,
>> When DMA transfer error occurrs, the card_clock is reduced by 20MHz.
> I think you'll find this logic will only reduce the clock frequency by
> 20MHz once and only once.
>
> After the first:
>
> card_clock = (UHS_SDR104_MAX_DTR - pcr->dma_error_count * 20000000)
>
> ... happens, the first comparison:
>
> card_clock == UHS_SDR104_MAX_DTR
>
> ... will fail on subsequent attempts and will not allow it to be
> reduced any further. Did you test it?
>

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