[PATCH] ARM: tegra: Fix suspend hang on Tegra124 Chromebooks
jonathanh at nvidia.com
Wed Dec 23 01:00:16 PST 2015
On 22/12/15 23:42, Olof Johansson wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 08, 2015 at 10:26:49AM +0000, Jon Hunter wrote:
>> Enabling CPUFreq support for Tegra124 Chromebooks is causing the Tegra124
>> to hang when resuming from suspend.
>> When CPUFreq is enabled, the CPU clock is changed from the PLLX clock to
>> the DFLL clock during kernel boot. When resuming from suspend the CPU
>> clock is temporarily changed back to the PLLX clock before switching back
>> to the DFLL. If the DFLL is operating at a much lower frequency than the
>> PLLX when we enter suspend, and so the CPU voltage rail is at a voltage
>> too low for the CPUs to operate at the PLLX frequency, then the device
>> will hang.
>> Please note that the PLLX is used in the resume sequence to switch the CPU
>> clock from the very slow 32K clock to a faster clock during early resume
>> to speed up the resume sequence before the DFLL is resumed.
>> Ideally, we should fix this by setting the suspend frequency so that it
>> matches the PLLX frequency, however, that would be a bigger change. For
>> now simply disable CPUFreq support for Tegra124 Chromebooks to avoid the
>> hang when resuming from suspend.
>> Fixes: 9a0baee960a7 ("ARM: tegra: Enable CPUFreq support for Tegra124
>> Signed-off-by: Jon Hunter <jonathanh at nvidia.com>
>> Please note that this fix is required for v4.4
> Since I saw this mentioned on IRC, I applied it directly to the arm-soc
> fixes branch.
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