Re: [PATCH] ACPI: evaluate _PS3 when entering D3 Cold

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On Mon, 2012-04-09 at 01:41 +0200, Rafael J. Wysocki wrote:
> > >
> > > If _PS3 is present, then _PR3 may or may not be present.  In the latter case
> > > we can only execute _PS3 in the hope it does the right thing, but as long
> > > as we restore the device's configuration registers while resuming it (which is
> > > done by all of our PCI device resume callback routines as far as I can say),
> > > the only possible difference is the resume latency (which may be greater if
> > > power is removed from the device entirely).
> > 
> > Another difference between D3Hot and D3Cold for PCI devices is config
> > space availability.  That is, in D3Hot, you can access D3Hot, while in
> > D3Cold you can not do that.  For example, PME poll logic need to be
> > disabled if we put device into D3Cold.
> We're not talking about PCI here.  PCI D3hot/D3cold is actually well defined,
> while the ACPI "couterparts" aren't.  And BTW I know the properties of the PCI
> power management states. :-)

I see.

> > > However, in that case we shouldn't
> > > turn off the device's power resources after _PS3 has been executed (if we
> > > turned them off, power would be removed from the device, which wouldn't be
> > > what PCI wanted).  So, to handle this particular case we need to pass
> > > ACPI_STATE_D3_HOT to acpi_bus_set_power(), meaning "avoid going into D3_cold,
> > > if possible".
> > >
> > > In both _PS3 and _PR3 are present, we should evaluate _PS3 and then turn off
> > > the power resources listed as "off" by _PR3 (and turn on the power resoruces
> > > listed by it as "on"), but we need to restore the configuration registers of
> > > the device while resuming it.  I think this is handled correctly without
> > > modifications.
> > >
> > > If neither _PS3 nor _PR3 is present, we shouldn't turn off the device's
> > > power resources, because PCI doesn't want power to be removed from the device.
> > 
> > For PCI device plugged into system via slot (not integrated into PCH
> > or motherboard), there is no ACPI handle associate with it, so that
> > there are neither _PS3 nor _PR3 presented.  But it is still possible
> > to turn off the device power via the associated PCIe port, which has
> > _PS3 and/or _PR3 presented.  I think that situation is reasonable too.
> Again, this hasn't anything to do with ACPI.
> We're discussing standard interfaces exposed by ACPI.  That is, if I say
> "to turn of the device's power resources" I mean to call _OFF for all of the
> power resources listed by _PR0 for that device.  Nothing more or less than
> that.
> > > In summary, if PCI wants the device to be put into PCI_D3hot and _PS3 is
> > > present, we should evaluate _PS3.  However, we shouldn't turn the device's
> > > power resources off unless _PR3 is present, in which case we can turn off
> > > the power resources listed by it as "off".
> > 
> > How to turn the device's power resources off without _PR3?  It may be
> > possible via PCIe port as I said above.  Do you mean that?  Or
> > something else?
> If _PR0 is present, it returns the list of power resources needed by the
> device.  If you turn them all off, the assumption is that power has been
> removed from the device, so it is in D3(cold).

So.  If PCI wants the device to be put into PCI_D3hot and _PS3 is
present.  We should evaluate _PS3 AND set the pci_dev->current_state to

Best Regards,
Huang Ying

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