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SubjectRe: [PATCH v4 1/4] mmc: dw_mmc: Invalidate cache of current_speed after suspend/resume
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Seungwon and Jaehoon,

On Fri, Aug 9, 2013 at 6:32 AM, Seungwon Jeon <tgih.jun@samsung.com> wrote:
> On Wed, August 07, 2013, Doug Anderson wrote:
>> The dw_mmc driver keeps a cache of the current slot->clock in order to
>> avoid doing a whole lot of work every time set_ios() is called.
>> However, after suspend/resume the register values are bogus so we need
>> to ensure that the cached value is invalidated.
> This mismatch comes only in case MMC_PM_KEEP_POWER, right?

Actually, no. I saw problems with the SD Card slot, which doesn't
have MMC_KEEP_POWER. Problems showed up when no card was inserted
across suspend/resume. In other words:

1. At boot time, slot is all setup and configured to 400kHz.

2. Suspend

3. Resume; clock registers are reset (by suspend/resume) and not
restored since dw_mmc still thinks slot is configured for 400kHz due
to host->current_speed cache.

4. Insert card.

5. No code sees any need to change the clock for detecting the card,
since everyone thinks it's at 400kHz. ...but it's not.


>> In many cases we got by without this since the core mmc code fiddles
>> with the clock a lot. If we've got a card present we're probably
>> running it at something like 50MHz and the core will temporarily
>> switch us to 400kHz after resume. One case that didn't work (for me)
>> is the case of having no card in the slot. The slot is initted to
>> 400kHz at boot time. After suspend/resume the slot thinks it's still
>> at 400kHz (due to the cache) so doesn't adjust timing. When it tries
>> to send the command at probe time it just times out and gets left in a
>> bad state.
> I understand this change although some part of commit message (boot time, probe time...) make me confused.

Sorry to be confusing. I was trying to explain why the old code works
fine in many cases. It's because the core MMC code tends to adjust
the clock a lot around suspend/resume. When it does that, it works
around this problem. ...but I found one case where suspend/resume
would happen and the MMC core didn't adjust the clock.


> I guess this change intends to update clock programming forcedly.
> It looks like another version of 'dw_mci_setup_bus(slot, true)'.
> Eventually, this change does same?

Effectively, yes. As Jaehoon points out, that means we can actually
eliminate the "force" parameter to dw_mci_setup_bus().


I will send a new version out that eliminates the "force" parameter
and updates the commit message to (hopefully) be clearer.

-Doug


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