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SubjectRe: [RFC PATCH] Revert "mwifiex: fix system hang problem after resume"
Brian Norris <> writes:

> + Doug, Matthias, who are seeing problems (or, failure to try to
> recover, as predicted below)
> + Amit's new email
> + new maintainers
> Perhaps it's my fault for marking this RFC. But I changed the status
> back to "New" in Patchwork, in case that helps:

But I still see it marked as RFC. So the patch in question is:

Changing the patchwork state to RFC means that it's dropped and out of
my radar. Also, if I see "RFC" in the subject I assume that's a patch
which I should not apply by default.

> On Fri, Mar 31, 2017 at 01:21:36PM -0700, Brian Norris wrote:
>> This reverts commit 437322ea2a36d112e20aa7282c869bf924b3a836.
>> This above-mentioned "fix" does not actually do anything to prevent a
>> race condition. It simply papers over it so that the issue doesn't
>> appear.
>> If this is a real problem, it should be explained better than the above
>> commit does, and an alternative, non-racy solution should be found.
>> For further reason to revert this: there's ot reason we can't try
> s/ot/no/
> ...oops.
>> resetting the card when it's *actually* stuck in host-sleep mode. So
>> instead, this is unnecessarily creating scenarios where we can't recover
>> Wifi.
>> Cc: Amitkumar Karwar <>
>> Signed-off-by: Brian Norris <>
>> ---
>> Amit, please take a look. AIUI, your "fix" is wrong, and quite racy. If you
>> still think it's needed, can you please propose an alternative? Or at least
>> explain more why this is needed? Thanks.
> FWIW, I got an Acked-by from Amit when he was still at Marvell. And
> another Reviewed-by from Dmitry. This still applies. Should I resend?
> (I'll do that if I don't hear a response within a few days.)

This patch is from 2017 so better to resend, and without RFC markings.


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