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SubjectRe: [PATCH v1 1/1] scsi: ufshcd: Properly set the device Icc Level
On 2020-09-10 03:02, Avri Altman wrote:
>> On 2020-08-31 18:19, Bao D. Nguyen wrote:
>> > UFS version 3.0 and later devices require Vcc and Vccq power supplies
>> > with Vccq2 being optional. While earlier UFS version 2.0 and 2.1
>> > devices, the Vcc and Vccq2 are required with Vccq being optional.
>> > Check the required power supplies used by the device
>> > and set the device's supported Icc level properly.
> Practically you are correct - most flash vendors moved in UFS3.1 to
> 1.2 supply instead of 1.8.
> However, the host should provide all 3 supplies to the device because -
> a) A flash vendor might want to still use 1.8 in its UFS3.1 device, and
> b) We should allow a degenerated configurations, e.g. 3.1 devices,
> that are degenerated to 2.1 or 2.2
Thank you for your comment.
The host can provide all 3 power supplies. However, the change is to
we do not exit early and fail to properly set the Icc level because the
optional power
supply is not provided.
> That said, I think we can entirely remove the check in the beginning
> of the function,
> But not because the spec allows it, but because each supply is
> explicitly checked later on,
> before reading its applicable max current entry in the power
> descriptor.
We need these checks to prevent NULL pointer access subsequently in this
> Thanks,
> Avri

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