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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/3] Fix issues with command queuing in arasan controllers
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Hi Adrian,

On 08/01/20 5:29 pm, Adrian Hunter wrote:
> On 8/01/20 1:49 pm, Faiz Abbas wrote:
>> Adrian,
>>
>> On 08/01/20 5:12 pm, Adrian Hunter wrote:
>>> On 8/01/20 1:30 pm, Faiz Abbas wrote:
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> On 30/12/19 2:53 pm, Faiz Abbas wrote:
>>>>> In some Arasan SDHCI controllers, after tuning, the tuning pattern data
>>>>> is leftover in the sdhci buffer. This leads to issues with future data
>>>>> commands, especially when command queuing is enabled. The following
>>>>> patches help fix this issue by resetting data lines after tuning is
>>>>> finished. The first two patches have been tested with TI's am65x and
>>>>> j721e SoCs using the sdhci_am654 driver.
>>>>>
>>>>> I have a strong suspicion that this is the same issue with
>>>>> the sdhci-of-arasan driver where they are forced to dump data from the
>>>>> buffer before enabling command queuing. I need help from someone with a
>>>>> compatible platform to test this.
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> I had some discussions with our hardware team and they say we should be
>>>> asserting both SRC and SRD reset after tuning to start from a clean
>>>> state. Will update the patches to do that in v2.
>>>
>>> Can you use the ->execute_tuning() for that instead of a quirk?
>>>
>>
>> ->platform_execute_tuning() is called before __sdhci_execute_tuning(). I
>> need this to be done after that. Should I add a post_tuning() callback?
>
> I meant hook host->mmc_host_ops.execute_tuning and call
> sdhci_execute_tuning() and then sdhci_reset(), like in intel_execute_tuning().
>

Ok. Makes sense.

Thanks,
Faiz

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