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SubjectRe: [PATCH v9 2/4] [media] cxusb: implement Medion MD95700 digital / analog coexistence
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On 4/16/19 1:38 AM, Maciej S. Szmigiero wrote:
> On 12.04.2019 10:56, Hans Verkuil wrote:
>> On 3/30/19 12:51 AM, Maciej S. Szmigiero wrote:
>>> This patch prepares cxusb driver for supporting the analog part of
>>> Medion 95700 (previously only the digital - DVB - mode was supported).
>>>
>>> Specifically, it adds support for:
>>> * switching the device between analog and digital modes of operation,
>>> * enforcing that only one mode is active at the same time due to hardware
>>> limitations.
>>>
>>> Actual implementation of the analog mode will be provided by the next
>>> commit.
>>>
>>> Signed-off-by: Maciej S. Szmigiero <mail@maciej.szmigiero.name>
>>> ---
> (..)
>>> @@ -259,7 +293,7 @@ static int cxusb_i2c_xfer(struct i2c_adapter *adap, struct i2c_msg msg[],
>>>
>>> static u32 cxusb_i2c_func(struct i2c_adapter *adapter)
>>> {
>>> - return I2C_FUNC_I2C;
>>> + return I2C_FUNC_I2C | I2C_FUNC_SMBUS_EMUL;
>>
>> Was this change needed for the medion? While it is probably right, I am hesitant to
>> apply such a change in case it will break existing boards.
>
> The cx25840 driver checks for these I2C functions at the probe time and
> returns -EIO if its i2c host doesn't support them.
>
> The early version of this patch actually removed this SMBus check from
> the cx25840 driver, however it was decided that adding such extra
> capability to the cxusb driver is actually safer, see the end of this
> message:
> https://www.mail-archive.com/linux-media@vger.kernel.org/msg37363.html
>
>>> index 8056053c9ab0..01987ec5e0c5 100644
>>> --- a/drivers/media/usb/dvb-usb/dvb-usb-dvb.c
>>> +++ b/drivers/media/usb/dvb-usb/dvb-usb-dvb.c
>>> @@ -15,6 +15,7 @@ static int dvb_usb_ctrl_feed(struct dvb_demux_feed *dvbdmxfeed, int onoff)
>>> {
>>> struct dvb_usb_adapter *adap = dvbdmxfeed->demux->priv;
>>> int newfeedcount, ret;
>>> + bool streaming_ctrl_no_urb;
>>>
>>> if (adap == NULL)
>>> return -ENODEV;
>>> @@ -24,12 +25,16 @@ static int dvb_usb_ctrl_feed(struct dvb_demux_feed *dvbdmxfeed, int onoff)
>>> return -EINVAL;
>>> }
>>>
>>> + streaming_ctrl_no_urb = adap->props.fe[adap->active_fe].caps &
>>> + DVB_USB_ADAP_STREAMING_CTRL_NO_URB;
>>> newfeedcount = adap->feedcount + (onoff ? 1 : -1);
>>>
>>> /* stop feed before setting a new pid if there will be no pid anymore */
>>> if (newfeedcount == 0) {
>>> deb_ts("stop feeding\n");
>>> - usb_urb_kill(&adap->fe_adap[adap->active_fe].stream);
>>> +
>>> + if (streaming_ctrl_no_urb)
>>
>> Is this test right? Shouldn't it be !streaming_ctrl_no_urb in order to keep the
>> current (non-medion) behavior?
>>
>>> + usb_urb_kill(&adap->fe_adap[adap->active_fe].stream);
>>>
>>> if (adap->props.fe[adap->active_fe].streaming_ctrl != NULL) {
>>> ret = adap->props.fe[adap->active_fe].streaming_ctrl(adap, 0);
>>> @@ -38,6 +43,9 @@ static int dvb_usb_ctrl_feed(struct dvb_demux_feed *dvbdmxfeed, int onoff)
>>> return ret;
>>> }
>>> }
>>> +
>>> + if (!streaming_ctrl_no_urb)
>>
>> And then this would have to be inverted as well.
>
> The newly added flag "DVB_USB_ADAP_STREAMING_CTRL_NO_URB" has the
> following meaning:
> If it is set the order of operations in dvb_usb_ctrl_feed() looks like
> this:
> 1) Call the driver streaming_ctrl(1) callback to enable streaming,
> 2) Submit DVB data URBs,
> (streaming happens)
> 3) Kill DVB data URBs,
> 4) Call the driver streaming_ctrl(0) callback to disable streaming.
>
> This is needed for Medion because:
> a) The device could already be open in the analog mode when
> streaming_ctrl(1) tries to acquire it in the digital mode.
> In this case it is important that no DVB URBs are scheduled before
> giving the callback chance to report an error,
>
> b) The device could get open in the analog mode as soon as
> streaming_ctrl(0) drops the last digital mode reference to it so all
> DVB data URB must have already been terminated at this point.
>
> If the aforementioned flag is unset, however, the order of operations in
> dvb_usb_ctrl_feed() looks like this:
> 1) Submit DVB data URBs,
> 2) Call the driver streaming_ctrl(1) callback to enable streaming,
> (streaming happens)
> 3) Call the driver streaming_ctrl(0) callback to disable streaming,
> 4) Kill DVB data URBs.
>
> Previously, the order was always like this:
> 1) Submit DVB data URBs,
> 2) Call the driver streaming_ctrl(1) callback to enable streaming,
> (streaming happens)
> 3) Kill DVB data URBs,
> 4) Call the driver streaming_ctrl(0) callback to disable streaming.
>
> You can see that this was asymmetric - streaming_ctrl(1) is called with
> data URBs already active but they are killed before streaming_ctrl(0)
> gets called, so switching only the submit part on "STREAMING_CTRL_NO_URB"
> would make this flag operation only half-correct.
>
> I have audited existing drivers that use dvb-usb framework and none of
> them do anything besides a synchronous USB control transfer or a
> synchronous USB bulk transfer to an endpoint different from the one that
> DVB data uses in streaming_ctrl(0) callback.
> Additionally, streaming_ctrl(1) and streaming_ctrl(0) paths are usually
> very similar in the driver code, so if streaming_ctrl(1) runs fine with
> data URBs being already active there is no reason to think
> streaming_ctrl(0) will have a problem with this.

Is there anything wrong with always doing:

1) Call the driver streaming_ctrl(1) callback to enable streaming,
2) Submit DVB data URBs,
(streaming happens)
3) Kill DVB data URBs,
4) Call the driver streaming_ctrl(0) callback to disable streaming.

Regards,

Hans

>
> Note that DVB data URBs are handled fully inside the dvb-usb framework
> and individual drivers don't access them.
>
> Furthermore, in case the streaming_ctrl(1) callback fails the
> dvb_usb_ctrl_feed() function returns an error to its caller while
> leaving the already-submited URBs still active.
> They will then endlessly resubmit themselves in their completion
> callback.
> This further points out that streaming_ctrl() callback is not considered
> of need to be strongly ordered with respect to the DVB data URBs
> submission or cancellation.
>
>>> + usb_urb_kill(&adap->fe_adap[adap->active_fe].stream);
>>> }
>>>
>>> adap->feedcount = newfeedcount;
>>> @@ -56,8 +64,10 @@ static int dvb_usb_ctrl_feed(struct dvb_demux_feed *dvbdmxfeed, int onoff)
>>> * for reception.
>>> */
>>> if (adap->feedcount == onoff && adap->feedcount > 0) {
>>> - deb_ts("submitting all URBs\n");
>>> - usb_urb_submit(&adap->fe_adap[adap->active_fe].stream);
>>> + if (!streaming_ctrl_no_urb) {
>>> + deb_ts("submitting all URBs early\n");
>>> + usb_urb_submit(&adap->fe_adap[adap->active_fe].stream);
>>> + }
>>>
>>> deb_ts("controlling pid parser\n");
>>> if (adap->props.fe[adap->active_fe].caps & DVB_USB_ADAP_HAS_PID_FILTER &&
>>> @@ -80,6 +90,10 @@ static int dvb_usb_ctrl_feed(struct dvb_demux_feed *dvbdmxfeed, int onoff)
>>> }
>>> }
>>>
>>> + if (streaming_ctrl_no_urb) {
>>> + deb_ts("submitting all URBs late\n");
>>> + usb_urb_submit(&adap->fe_adap[adap->active_fe].stream);
>>> + }
>>> }
>>> return 0;
>>> }
>
>
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> Hans
>>
>
> Thanks and best regards,
> Maciej
>

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