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Subject[PATCH 4.14 469/496] PCMCIA / PM: Avoid noirq suspend aborts during suspend-to-idle
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4.14-stable review patch.  If anyone has any objections, please let me know.

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From: "Rafael J. Wysocki" <rafael.j.wysocki@intel.com>

[ Upstream commit dbdd0f58fd2cdde5cf945c9da67a2d52d32ba550 ]

There is a problem with PCMCIA system resume callbacks with respect
to suspend-to-idle in which the ->suspend_noirq() callback may be
invoked after the ->resume_noirq() one without resuming the system
entirely in some cases. This doesn't work for PCMCIA because of
the lack of symmetry between its system suspend and system resume
"noirq" callbacks.

The system resume handling in PCMCIA is split between
socket_early_resume() and socket_late_resume() which are called in
different phases of system resume and both need to run for
socket_suspend() (invoked by the system suspend "noirq" callback)
to work. Specifically, socket_suspend() returns an error when
called after socket_early_resume() without socket_late_resume(),
so if the suspend-to-idle core detects a spurious wakeup event and
attempts to put the system back to sleep, that is aborted by the
error coming from socket_suspend().

Avoid that by using a new socket state flag, SOCKET_IN_RESUME,
to indicate that socket_early_resume() has already run for the
socket in which case socket_suspend() will do minimum handling
and return 0.

This change has been tested on my venerable Toshiba Portege R500
(which is where the problem has been discovered in the first place),
but admittedly I have no PCMCIA cards to test along with the socket
itself.

Fixes: 33e4f80ee69b (ACPI / PM: Ignore spurious SCI wakeups from suspend-to-idle)
Signed-off-by: Rafael J. Wysocki <rafael.j.wysocki@intel.com>
[linux@dominikbrodowski.net: follow same codepaths for both suspend variants; call ->suspend()]
Signed-off-by: Dominik Brodowski <linux@dominikbrodowski.net>
Signed-off-by: Sasha Levin <alexander.levin@microsoft.com>
Signed-off-by: Greg Kroah-Hartman <gregkh@linuxfoundation.org>
---
drivers/pcmcia/cs.c | 10 +++++++---
drivers/pcmcia/cs_internal.h | 1 +
2 files changed, 8 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

--- a/drivers/pcmcia/cs.c
+++ b/drivers/pcmcia/cs.c
@@ -452,17 +452,20 @@ static int socket_insert(struct pcmcia_s

static int socket_suspend(struct pcmcia_socket *skt)
{
- if (skt->state & SOCKET_SUSPEND)
+ if ((skt->state & SOCKET_SUSPEND) && !(skt->state & SOCKET_IN_RESUME))
return -EBUSY;

mutex_lock(&skt->ops_mutex);
- skt->suspended_state = skt->state;
+ /* store state on first suspend, but not after spurious wakeups */
+ if (!(skt->state & SOCKET_IN_RESUME))
+ skt->suspended_state = skt->state;

skt->socket = dead_socket;
skt->ops->set_socket(skt, &skt->socket);
if (skt->ops->suspend)
skt->ops->suspend(skt);
skt->state |= SOCKET_SUSPEND;
+ skt->state &= ~SOCKET_IN_RESUME;
mutex_unlock(&skt->ops_mutex);
return 0;
}
@@ -475,6 +478,7 @@ static int socket_early_resume(struct pc
skt->ops->set_socket(skt, &skt->socket);
if (skt->state & SOCKET_PRESENT)
skt->resume_status = socket_setup(skt, resume_delay);
+ skt->state |= SOCKET_IN_RESUME;
mutex_unlock(&skt->ops_mutex);
return 0;
}
@@ -484,7 +488,7 @@ static int socket_late_resume(struct pcm
int ret = 0;

mutex_lock(&skt->ops_mutex);
- skt->state &= ~SOCKET_SUSPEND;
+ skt->state &= ~(SOCKET_SUSPEND | SOCKET_IN_RESUME);
mutex_unlock(&skt->ops_mutex);

if (!(skt->state & SOCKET_PRESENT)) {
--- a/drivers/pcmcia/cs_internal.h
+++ b/drivers/pcmcia/cs_internal.h
@@ -70,6 +70,7 @@ struct pccard_resource_ops {
/* Flags in socket state */
#define SOCKET_PRESENT 0x0008
#define SOCKET_INUSE 0x0010
+#define SOCKET_IN_RESUME 0x0040
#define SOCKET_SUSPEND 0x0080
#define SOCKET_WIN_REQ(i) (0x0100<<(i))
#define SOCKET_CARDBUS 0x8000

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