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SubjectRe: [PATCH v3 0/6] TTY: port hangup and close fixes
On Thu, 2013-03-07 at 15:55 +0100, Johan Hovold wrote:
> These patches against 3.9-rc1 fix a few issues with tty-port hangup and
> close.
> The first and fifth patch are essentially clean ups.
> The second and third patch fix the fact that DTR could get raised
> (rather than dropped) at hangup if there are blocked opens. [ Note that
> the second patch has been separated into its own patch and that the
> third patch is new in v3 of this series. ]
> The fourth patch makes sure DTR is dropped also on hangup and that DTR
> is only dropped for initialised ports (where it could have been raised
> in the first place).
> The sixth and final patch, makes sure no tty callbacks are made from
> tty_port_close_start when the port has not been initialised (successfully
> opened). This was previously only done for wait_until_sent but there's
> no reason to call flush_buffer or to honour port drain delay either.
> The latter could cause a failed open to stall for up to two seconds.
> As a side-effect, these patches also fix an issue in USB-serial where we
> could get tty-port callbacks on an uninitialised port after having hung
> up and unregistered a device after disconnect.
> Johan
> v3:
> - amend series with fix of DTR sometimes being raised on hang-up
> - do not lower DTR on hangup if port tty is gone
> - make sure tty in call to shutdown is refcounted
> - use cflag-macros throughout

Other than the comments for patch 3/6, this series looks good. Thanks
again for your work on this.

Please cc: me on the USB serial core changes as well, if you don't mind.

Peter Hurley

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