[PATCH] ARM: tegra: disable LP2 cpuidle state if PCIe is enabled
Peter De Schrijver
pdeschrijver at nvidia.com
Wed May 8 05:40:04 EDT 2013
On Tue, May 07, 2013 at 04:54:31PM +0200, Stephen Warren wrote:
> On 05/07/2013 07:08 AM, Thierry Reding wrote:
> > On Tue, May 07, 2013 at 03:48:49PM +0300, Peter De Schrijver
> > wrote:
> >> On Mon, May 06, 2013 at 10:39:04PM +0200, Stephen Warren wrote:
> >>> From: Stephen Warren <swarren at nvidia.com>
> >>> Tegra20 HW appears to have a bug such that PCIe device
> >>> interrupts, whether they are legacy IRQs or MSI, are lost when
> >>> LP2 is enabled. To work around this, simply disable LP2 if the
> >>> PCI driver and DT node are both enabled.
> >> Wouldn't it make more sense to disable LP2 when we actually
> >> detect a PCIe device?
> I did consider that, but rejected the idea for the reasons Thierry
> > I'm not sure a patch to do so would be as simple as this one. For
> > one, the cpuidle framework will already have been initialized when
> > PCIe enumeration completes. So some way of permanently disabling
> > one state at runtime would be required and I don't think cpuidle
> > provides an API to do so. I know the latter isn't really a good
> > reason, but I don't think adding that kind of API just because
> > Tegra20 seems to have a bug would be appropriate.
> There is a way to do this, since it can be done via sysfs, but I don't
> think it's exposed as an API from cpuidle. I agree it seems a little
> silly to expose it just to support this HW bug though.
> > Furthermore, it is quite likely that the PCIe controller will only
> > be enabled in DT for devices that actually have a PCIe device
> > hooked up.
That's not always true though. Eg Harmony has a miniPCIe slot, so it should be
listed in DT, but there is not necessarily a card present in the slot.
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