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SubjectRe: [PATCH v2 00/13] qcom: dts: thermal cleanups
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On 23/04/2019 14:56, Amit Kucheria wrote:

> On Tue, Apr 23, 2019 at 3:01 PM Marc Gonzalez wrote:
>
>> On 02/04/2019 20:46, Amit Kucheria wrote:
>>
>>> On Tue, Apr 2, 2019 at 8:58 PM Marc Gonzalez wrote:
>>>
>>>> On 29/03/2019 11:12, Amit Kucheria wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Changes since v1:
>>>>> - Devices that are not associated with cooling-maps use the 'hot' type
>>>>> - Remove critical trip from such devices too and restrict that type of CPUs
>>>>> - For 8916, add the sensor on the modem
>>>>>
>>>>> Description:
>>>>> - Expose all temperature sensors on msm8916, msm996, msm8998, sdm845
>>>>> - split up the register address map for msm8998
>>>>> - standardize names of the various thermal-zones across boards to make it
>>>>> easy for test scripts to parse
>>>>
>>>> This is what I see on msm8998 with your patch series applied on top of
>>>> yesterday's next:
>>>>
>>>> # dmesg | grep of_parse_thermal_zones
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build cpu0-thermal zone 0
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build cpu1-thermal zone 0
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build cpu2-thermal zone 0
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build cpu3-thermal zone 0
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build cpu4-thermal zone 0
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build cpu5-thermal zone 0
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build cpu6-thermal zone 0
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build cpu7-thermal zone 0
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build gpu-thermal-bottom zone 0
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build gpu-thermal-top zone 0
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build cluster0-mhm-thermal zone -22
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build cluster1-mhm-thermal zone -22
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build cluster1-l2-thermal zone 0
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build modem-thermal zone 0
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build mem-thermal zone 0
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build wlan-thermal zone 0
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build q6-dsp-thermal zone 0
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build camera-thermal zone 0
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build multimedia-thermal zone 0
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build pm8998 zone 0
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build battery-thermal zone 0
>>>> of_parse_thermal_zones: build skin-thermal zone 0
>>>>
>>>> NB: -EINVAL for cluster0-mhm-thermal and cluster1-mhm-thermal
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> # cat /sys/devices/virtual/thermal/thermal_zone*/temp
>>>> 35800
>>>> 35200
>>>> 34500
>>>> 34800
>>>> 34500
>>>> 34100
>>>> 34100
>>>> 33500
>>>> 33800
>>>> cat: /sys/devices/virtual/thermal/thermal_zone17/temp: Invalid argument
>>>> 36100
>>>> cat: /sys/devices/virtual/thermal/thermal_zone19/temp: Invalid argument
>>>> 35500
>>>> 36100
>>>> 35800
>>>> 35200
>>>> 35500
>>>> 36100
>>>> cat: /sys/devices/virtual/thermal/thermal_zone8/temp: Invalid argument
>>>> cat: /sys/devices/virtual/thermal/thermal_zone9/temp: Invalid argument
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Are the failures expected?
>>>> (cluster*-mhm-thermal and thermal_zone*/temp)
>>>
>>> No they are not. Unfortunately, I didn't have HW to test, so
>>> appreciate the help with testing. I'll check the 8, 9, 17 and 19 again
>>> before resubmitting.
>>
>> Looks like Andy merged this series?
>
> Argh! my bad, I completely forgot about the need to fix this up. I
> need to get me one of these boards.
>
>> https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/agross/linux.git/log/?h=for-next
>>
>> I was expecting a respin, or a discussion of the failures.
>>
>> Slightly confused. What next?
>
> We can either revert that one patch for the msm8998, but I think it
> might be better if I send a fixup patch that could fixup those 4 zones
> instead.
>
> Does that work for you?

Sure. I can give you a Tested-by once everything works on the MEDIABOX I have.

You mention the 4 thermal_zone*/temp failures.

What about the cluster0-mhm-thermal and cluster1-mhm-thermal failures?

Regards.

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