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SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/2] mtd: spi-nor: When a flash memory is missing do not report an error
Am 2022-07-16 10:20, schrieb Michal Suchánek:

>> So if DT says there isn't a flash on a specific CS when there is, then
>> DT should be fixed to describe the flash, and then we can probe it.
>> You
>> both seem to be saying the same thing here, and I agree.
> The disagreement is about the situation when there is sometimes a flash
> chip.

No. The disagreement is what should happen if the DT says there is
a device but there isn't. Which right now is an error and it should
stay that way. Your hardware description says there is a flash
but it cannot be probed, so it is an error. What about a board
which has an actual error and the flash isn't responding? You
trade one use case for another.

Also I've looked at the PHY subsystem and there, if a PHY is described
in the DT but isn't there, the following error will be printed:
dev_err(&mdio->dev, "MDIO device at address %d is missing.\n", addr);

And that is for a bus which can even be automatically be


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