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SubjectRe: [PATCH] ARM: OMAP2+: omap_device: drop broken RPM status update from suspend_noirq
On Tue, Jul 25, 2017 at 12:48:40PM -0500, Grygorii Strashko wrote:
> Hi Johan,
>
> On 07/25/2017 03:24 AM, Johan Hovold wrote:
> > On Mon, Jul 24, 2017 at 05:16:02PM -0500, Grygorii Strashko wrote:
> >> On 07/24/2017 04:52 AM, Johan Hovold wrote:
> >>> Since commit a8636c89648a ("PM / Runtime: Don't allow to suspend a
> >>> device with an active child"), which went into 4.10, it is no longer
> >>> permitted to set RPM_SUSPENDED state for a device with active children
> >>> (unless power.ignore_children is set).
> >>>
> >>> This specifically means that the attempts to do just that from the omap
> >>> pm-domain suspend_noirq callback have since been failing whenever a
> >>> child is active, for example:
> >>>
> >>> am335x-usb-childs 47400000.usb: runtime PM trying to suspend
> >>> device but active child
> >>>
> >>> Silence this warning by dropping the broken pm_runtime_set_suspended()
> >>> call from the omap suspend_noirq callback along with the redundant
> >>> pm_runtime_set_active() in resume_noirq.
> >>>
> >>> This effectively reverts commit 3522bf7bfa24 ("ARM: OMAP2+: omap_device:
> >>> maintain sane runtime pm status around suspend/resume"), which started
> >>> updating the RPM state after the runtime_suspend callback (!) for active
> >>> omap devices had been called during system suspend. The rationale was
> >>> that a later pm_runtime_get_sync() would then fail (even after runtime
> >>> pm had been disabled) and that this in turn would avoid any external
> >>> aborts when accessing registers with clocks disabled. (See also commit
> >>> 6f3c77b040fc ("PM / Runtime: let rpm_resume() succeed if RPM_ACTIVE,
> >>> even when disabled, v2").
> >>>
> >>> But during the suspend_noirq phase all children would already have been
> >>> suspended and their drivers would specifically not attempt any further
> >>> register accesses. And if this was all just a workaround for random
> >>> device drivers doing cross-tree calls during system suspend, those
> >>> drivers should be fixed and updated to explicitly model such
> >>> dependencies using device-links instead (and either way, any such calls
> >>> have been causing crashes since 4.10).
> >>
> >> I'd like to provide some background and comments here.

> >> As result, below two calls really switch OFF device and its state
> >> should be RPM_SUSPENDED as it will reflect real PM state of HW:
> >> m_generic_runtime_suspend(dev)
> >> omap_device_idle(pdev);
> >
> > That's the point to be discussed; does the runtime status really need to
> > reflect the hardware state *during* suspend?
>
> At least there are no restriction, as I know.
>
> > As you've noticed, not all subsystems enforce that, even if omap seems
> > to have been expecting it.
>
> True.
>
> > And as I mentioned in the commit message, at least the point about
> > wanting to have late pm_runtime_get_sync() fail during suspend appears
> > to be moot.
>
> Correct. It was introduced long time ago (before device-links).

Yeah, and I'm sure there were good reasons at the time.

> >> As result, when "runtime PM trying to suspend device but active child"
> >> happens the OMAP device framework will ignore it and gracefully
> >> continue to suspend where target device will finally powered off
> >> (depending on suspend mode and device). On resume, target device will
> >> not be powered on, because its state was not marked as
> >> OMAP_DEVICE_SUSPENDED, so further attempts to power on device with
> >> pm_runtime_get_sync() will be a NOP (because device state is
> >> RPM_ACTIVE) and any access to the device will fail (system crash).
> >
> > I believe you're mistaken here; _od_suspend_noirq() will continue to
> > power-off *and* set OMAP_DEVICE_SUSPENDED, so that device is again
> > powered during resume_noirq also after this patch has been applied.
> >
> > Specifically, note that the return value of pm_runtime_set_suspended()
> > was never checked, so the only difference here would be that the error
> > message is suppressed.
>
> Correct. Sorry. My bad - it was Monday.

Heh, no worries.

> >> My personal thought here is that removing of pm_runtime_set_active()
> >> will not fix root cause of the problem, but rather hide it :( and,
> >> probably, real fix will be to update USB framework to ensure that all
> >> suspend devices are also PM runtime suspend (not sure how) or add few
> >> more pm_suspend_ignore_children() calls (for example as I've tried to
> >> do in [2], but this was unfinished).
> >>
> >> I've found very simple steps to reproduce suspend failure on
> >> am335x-evm (should also > work on BBB) - do below sequence with USB
> >> device plugged:
> >>
> >> echo platform > /sys/power/pm_test
> >> echo 1 > /sys/power/pm_print_times
> >> [ echo 0 > /sys/module/printk/parameters/console_suspend ]
> >> echo mem > /sys/power/state
> >>
> >> [ 95.499685] calling 47400000.usb+ @ 733, parent: ocp
> >> [ 95.504818] am335x-usb-childs 47400000.usb: runtime PM trying to suspend device but active child
> >> [ 95.513750] am335x-usb-childs 47400000.usb: omap device suspend failure 0
> >>
> >> Below I've attached possible patch which converts OMAP device to
> >> use pm_runtime_force_suspend/resume().
> >
> > What code are you running above? The OMAP PM code should not be failing
> > due to that error message at least (as mentioned twice above).
> >
> > I have musb suspend working on BBB with the patch I posted yesterday
> > which keeps the controller at RPM_ACTIVE during suspend:
> >
> > https://marc.info/?i=20170724094939.21477-1-johan%40kernel.org
>
> I re-checked it on clean master (Linux 4.13-rc2) with and without your
> patches and see no issues, just "runtime PM trying to suspend device
> but active child" message is gone. Above test sequence still can be
> used without any additional patches.

Yes, the musb patch I mentioned is only needed when the ancestor device
controlling the clock is runtime suspended when going into system
suspend. With an active port, suspend works without it also on BBB.

> So, thank you for your patches and sorry for the noise.
>
> Tested-by: Grygorii Strashko <grygorii.strashko@ti.com>

Thanks for testing.

Johan

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