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SubjectRe: [PATCH v16 4/6] soc: qcom: rpmh: Invoke rpmh_flush() for dirty caches

On 4/10/2020 8:22 PM, Doug Anderson wrote:
> Hi,
> On Thu, Apr 9, 2020 at 9:15 PM Stephen Boyd <> wrote:
>>> int rpmh_flush(struct rpmh_ctrlr *ctrlr)
>> This function name keeps throwing me off. Can we please call it
>> something like rpmh_configure_tcs_sleep_wake()? The word "flush" seems
>> to imply there's some sort of cache going on, but that's not really the
>> case. We're programming a couple TCS FIFOs so that they can be used
>> across deep CPU sleep states.
> I'm hoping this rename can be deferred until Maulik's series and my
> cleanup series land. While I agree that rpmh_flush() is a bit of a
> confusing name, it's not a new name and renaming it midway through
> when there are a bunch of patches in-flight is going to be a hassle.
> Assuming others agree, my thought is that Maulik will do one more v17
> spin with small nits fixed up, then his series can land early next
> week when (presumably) -rc1 comes out. If my current cleanup doesn't
> apply cleanly (or if Bjorn/Andy don't want to fix the two nits in
> commit messages when applying) I can repost my series and that can
> land in short order. Once those land:
> * Maulik can post this rpmh_flush() rename atop.
> * I can post the patch to remove the "pm_lock" that was introduced in
> this series. A preview at <>.
> * Maulik can post some of the cleanups that Maulik wanted to do in
> rpmh.c with regards to __fill_rpmh_msg()
> ...assuming those are not controversial perhaps they can be reviewed
> quickly and land quickly? I suppose I can always dream...
> -Doug

Agree, I can defer rename until this series lands and then post above
listed changes.


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