Re: [PATCHv2 8/8] arm: omap3: prevent per_clkdm from attempting manual domain transitions

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Tero Kristo <t-kristo@xxxxxx> writes:

> On Wed, 2012-02-22 at 14:37 -0800, Kevin Hilman wrote:
>> Tero Kristo <t-kristo@xxxxxx> writes:
>> 
>> > On Thu, 2012-02-16 at 09:31 -0800, Kevin Hilman wrote:
>> >> Tero Kristo <t-kristo@xxxxxx> writes:
>> >> 
>> >> > On Thu, 2012-02-16 at 21:15 +0530, Shilimkar, Santosh wrote:
>> >> >> On Thu, Feb 16, 2012 at 8:53 PM, Tero Kristo <t-kristo@xxxxxx> wrote:
>> >> >> > On Thu, 2012-02-16 at 15:15 +0200, Tero Kristo wrote:
>> >> >> >> On Thu, 2012-02-16 at 15:27 +0530, Shilimkar, Santosh wrote:
>> >> >> >> > On Thu, Feb 16, 2012 at 2:27 PM, Tero Kristo <t-kristo@xxxxxx> wrote:
>> >> >> >> > > On Wed, 2012-02-15 at 11:37 -0800, Kevin Hilman wrote: 
>> >> >> >> > >> Tero Kristo <t-kristo@xxxxxx> writes:
>> >> >> >> > >> P
>> >> >> >> > >> > Attempting this will cause problems especially with off-mode enabled.
>> >> >> >> > >>
>> >> >> >> > >> Please be more verbose about the problems seen, and the root cause(s).
>> >> >> >> > >>
>> >> >> >> > >
>> >> >> >> > > I was actually looking forward for some help with this commit message,
>> >> >> >> > > as I am still not quite sure what is going on in here. :) Here is the
>> >> >> >> > > log for suspend (btw, cam_pwrdm does not go to off in mainline yet, but
>> >> >> >> > > I think that is probably fixed by the patch from Paul,
>> >> >> >> > > omap_set_pwrdm_state() does not work properly.) The warning comes out
>> >> >> >> > > after wakeup from off-mode, and it is triggered by the disabling of
>> >> >> >> > > autodeps before off-mode entry.
>> >> >> >> > >
>> >> >> >> > This mostly indicates that one of the per clock-domain module
>> >> >> >> > clock turning ON seems to be not working well with auto deps
>> >> >> >> > disabled. This leads to interconnect violation.
>> >> >> >> >
>> >> >> >> > if not tried already, can you put the per_clockdomain in SW_WKUP
>> >> >> >> > in the low power code early resume path and see if this
>> >> >> >> > error goes away.
>> >> >> >>
>> >> >> >> This seems to get rid of the dump also. It looks like some driver resume
>> >> >> >> is not behaving nicely, I am trying to pinpoint the culprit currently
>> >> >> >> and see whether it can provide more info.
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> > Okay, I have some more info about this now.
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> > What happens is that when entering off-mode, PER domain remains OFF even
>> >> >> > during the execution of the exit phase from omap_sram_idle. Adding a
>> >> >> > manual SW_WKUP it comes up and there are no issues. If autodeps are
>> >> >> > enabled on the domain, it comes back from off mode as active.
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> > Looking further in the code, we have this at the end of omap_sram_idle:
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> >        if (per_next_state < PWRDM_POWER_ON) {
>> >> >> >                per_prev_state = pwrdm_read_prev_pwrst(per_pwrdm);
>> >> >> >                omap2_gpio_resume_after_idle();
>> >> >> >                wake_per();
>> >> >> >                if (per_prev_state == PWRDM_POWER_OFF)
>> >> >> >                        omap3_per_restore_context();
>> >> >> >        }
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> > ... which seems to assume that per domain is on. Gpio code does not
>> >> >> > control any clocks currently, as it only requires the interface clock to
>> >> >> > be on, and as this is autoidled....
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> > Any comments how we should handle this? Shall we just keep these two
>> >> >> > patches for handling this or add some different hackery for the gpio
>> >> >> > issue?
>> >> >> >
>> >> >> Good. I thought too that issue will disappear.
>> >> >> The issue is pretty clear. Technically every driver pm_runtime() code should
>> >> >> be able to manage a clock->clockdomain->power domain power up/down
>> >> >> sequence. That should work without auto deps.
>> >> >> 
>> >> >> Do you narrowed down which driver resume is creating the dump ?
>> >> >> UART , GPIO ?
>> >> >
>> >> > It is the gpio base stuff called from omap_sram_idle(), basically the
>> >> > restore context part. If I force enable per domain before the code
>> >> > snippet before, there is no dump, but if it is done after, I get the
>> >> > dump.
>> >> >
>> >> > The thing is that gpio driver doesn't currently have this kind of
>> >> > mechanism for the restore context part, at least not on omap3 due to
>> >> > above clocking issue (only autoidled interface clock is used.)
>> >> 
>> >> I'm not sure if it fully addresses this, but Tarun's series converts
>> >> GPIO to runtime PM.
>> >> 
>> >> Can you try with Tarun's series.  See the for_3.4/gpio_cleanup_fixes_v9
>> >> branch here:
>> >> git://gitorious.org/~tarunkanti/omap-sw-develoment/tarunkantis-linux-omap-dev.git
>> >
>> > It does something for the issue, but I still get this during suspend to
>> > off:
>> >
>> > [   11.284973] PM: Syncing filesystems ... done.
>> > [   11.379241] Freezing user space processes ... (elapsed 0.02 seconds)
>> > done.
>> > [   11.408233] Freezing remaining freezable tasks ... (elapsed 0.02
>> > seconds) don
>> > e.
>> > [   11.439239] Suspending console(s) (use no_console_suspend to debug)
>> > [   11.564178] PM: suspend of devices complete after 115.506 msecs
>> > [   11.567382] PM: late suspend of devices complete after 3.204 msecs
>> > [   11.567443] Disabling non-boot CPUs ...
>> > [   12.004089] Powerdomain (cam_pwrdm) didn't enter target state 0
>> > [   12.004119] Could not enter target state in pm_suspend
>> > [   12.009368] PM: early resume of devices complete after 4.944 msecs
>> > [   12.436645] PM: resume of devices complete after 426.086 msecs
>> > [   12.480285] Restarting tasks ... done.
>> > /sys/kernel/debu[   12.488433] ------------[ cut here ]------------
>> > [   12.494415] WARNING: at arch/arm/mach-omap2/omap_hwmod.c:1604 _idle
>> > +0x164/0x1
>> > 7c()
>> > [   12.502258] omap_hwmod: gpio6: idle state can only be entered from
>> > enabled st
>> > ate
>> > [   12.509979] Modules linked in:
>> > [   12.513214] [<c001bcd0>] (unwind_backtrace+0x0/0xf4) from
>> > [<c0042968>] (warn_
>> > slowpath_common+0x4c/0x64)
>> > [   12.523071] [<c0042968>] (warn_slowpath_common+0x4c/0x64) from
>> > [<c0042a14>] (
>> > warn_slowpath_fmt+0x30/0x40)
>> > [   12.533081] [<c0042a14>] (warn_slowpath_fmt+0x30/0x40) from
>> > [<c0028d68>] (_id
>> > le+0x164/0x17c)
>> > [   12.541931] [<c0028d68>] (_idle+0x164/0x17c) from [<c00298b0>]
>> > (omap_hwmod_id
>> > le+0x28/0x3c)
>> > [   12.550567] [<c00298b0>] (omap_hwmod_idle+0x28/0x3c) from
>> > [<c003c664>] (omap_
>> > device_idle_hwmods+0x24/0x3c)
>> > [   12.560699] [<c003c664>] (omap_device_idle_hwmods+0x24/0x3c) from
>> > [<c003c898>
>> > ] (_omap_device_deactivate+0xa4/0x138)
>> > [   12.571594] [<c003c898>] (_omap_device_deactivate+0xa4/0x138) from
>> > [<c003c954
>> >>] (omap_device_idle+0x28/0x54)
>> > [   12.581909] [<c003c954>] (omap_device_idle+0x28/0x54) from
>> > [<c003c99c>] (_od_
>> > runtime_suspend+0x1c/0x24)
>> > [   12.591735] [<c003c99c>] (_od_runtime_suspend+0x1c/0x24) from
>> > [<c02c5010>] (_
>> > _rpm_callback+0x2c/0x78)
>> > [   12.601379] [<c02c5010>] (__rpm_callback+0x2c/0x78) from [<c02c54d0>]
>> > (rpm_su
>> > spend+0x264/0x6c4)
>> > [   12.610504] [<c02c54d0>] (rpm_suspend+0x264/0x6c4) from [<c02c6998>]
>> > (__pm_ru
>> > ntime_suspend+0x5c/0x74)
>> > [   12.620178] [<c02c6998>] (__pm_runtime_suspend+0x5c/0x74) from
>> > [<c02731a4>] (
>> > omap2_gpio_prepare_for_idle+0x50/0x64)
>> > [   12.631103] [<c02731a4>] (omap2_gpio_prepare_for_idle+0x50/0x64) from
>> > [<c002b
>> > d30>] (omap_sram_idle+0xa0/0x3b0)
>> > [   12.641571] [<c002bd30>] (omap_sram_idle+0xa0/0x3b0) from
>> > [<c002c1d8>] (omap3
>> > _pm_idle+0x60/0x178)
>> > [   12.650848] [<c002c1d8>] (omap3_pm_idle+0x60/0x178) from [<c0015c10>]
>> > (cpu_id
>> > le+0xc4/0x108)
>> > [   12.659606] [<c0015c10>] (cpu_idle+0xc4/0x108) from [<c0626828>]
>> > (start_kerne
>> > l+0x2b0/0x304)
>> > [   12.668365] ---[ end trace 441b8fea2b56dcb1 ]---
>> >
>> >
>> > Also, this goes away if I manually force wakeup for the per domain, so
>> > this might be caused by some additional latency.
>> >
>> 
>> What platform are you testing on?
>> 
>> When I test Tarun's series with off-mode on 3430/n900 suspend/resume
>> works fine.  But when I add your v2 series, it never comes out of
>> suspend, and I don't get a kernel dump either.
>> 
>> Can you debug this a little further so we can explain what's going on
>> here?
>> 
>
> After some debugging, it looks like the root cause for the WARN dump I
> see with GPIO PM runtime + usecounting is the fact that PER domain
> enters SW assisted idle and remains OFF after wakeup from OFF mode, and
> it will remain there until some functional clock is enabled. 

OK, but before your usecounting changes, the runtime PM enable was
successfully bringing GPIO out of idle.

In the case of GPIO, the iclk is also the functional clock (it's the
main_clk in the hwmod.)  

> GPIO6 module is only enabling its interface clock, but as this is
> autoidled, it will not wake up PER domain. This will cause the initial
> _wait_target_ready(oh) to fail with EBUSY, leaving the hwmod into idle
> state. Next cpuidle entry will attempt to disable the already idle
> hwmod causing this dump.

I see.  Thanks for tracking it down.

To me, this suggests that the autoidle changes in your usecounting
series aren't quite right, especially for modules like GPIO where the
iclk is also the functional clock.

I added Paul to this discussion to see what his thoughts are on this.

> This can be avoided by preventing PER domain idle on omap3530. 

That doesn't sound quite right either.

> I believe on omap3430 you also need to prevent similar stuff for CORE
> domain.
>
> Did you try the patch I posted last week for the core domain + dplls?

I didn't try it until just now and it' doesn't compile because the new
flag you're using doesn't seem to be defined anywhere.

Kevin

> Does it help with 3430? I guess n900 could hang in the ROM code if PER
> domain is idle during wakeup, as it is a HS device also and behaves
> differently during wakeup from OFF.
>
> -Tero
>
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