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SubjectRe: [REGRESSION] Errors at reboot after 722e5f2b1eec
On Thu, Sep 13, 2018 at 10:15 PM Rafael J. Wysocki <> wrote:
> On Thursday, September 13, 2018 12:03:36 PM CEST James Wang wrote:
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> > On 09/11/2018 02:15 PM, Takashi Iwai wrote:
> > > On Tue, 11 Sep 2018 14:11:30 +0200,
> > > James Wang wrote:
> > >> I did try it from kernel : head
> > > OK, then the bug is present with 4.19-rc2, at least.
> > > Please check my test kernel later (it's still being built).
> > Hi folks, I attach two log about 4.19-rc3 and 4.19-rc3+Rafeal suggestion.
> OK, no difference AFAICS.
> This means that the commit turned up by bisection simply uncovered an existing
> ordering issue, apparently between an IOMMU and its client (ie. it appears that
> the client is shut down after the IOMMU).
> This isn't limited to shutdown and you'd see the same issue on system-wide
> suspend/resume (in fact, the Pingfan Liu's patches make shutdown use the
> same device list that is used for system-wide PM).
> One way to mitigate such issues is to add a device link between the two
> devices in question to enforce the correct suspend/resume/shutdown ordering
> between them.
I found the iommu was at " 0000:00:00.2", while ohci-pci is at
0000:00:13.1. Hence ohci-pci should be shutdown before iommu. Not
familiar with AMD's iommu code, but I think there is no shutdown
interface exported to drivers/base. It is shutdown by platform code in
arch/x86. So I think there should be someone teared down the iotbl,
e.g. by invalidating pages, before the shutdown of ohci-pci. I wonder
whether adding a device link can fix this bug or not. (Forgive me if I
made a mistake, since I am ignorant in this field)


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