[PATCH v2 1/1] irqchip: exynos-combiner: Save IRQ enable set on suspend
sudeep.holla at arm.com
Fri Jun 12 03:56:46 PDT 2015
On 12/06/15 11:42, Krzysztof Kozlowski wrote:
> On 12.06.2015 19:10, Sudeep Holla wrote:
>> On 12/06/15 06:43, Javier Martinez Canillas wrote:
>>> The Exynos interrupt combiner IP loses its state when the SoC enters
>>> into a low power state during a Suspend-to-RAM. This means that if a
>>> IRQ is used as a source, the interrupts for the devices are disabled
>>> when the system is resumed from a sleep state so are not triggered.
>>> Save the interrupt enable set register for each combiner group and
>>> restore it after resume to make sure that the interrupts are enabled.
>> Not sure if you need this. IMO it's not clean and redundant though I
>> admit many drivers do exactly same thing. I am trying to remove or point
>> out those redundant code as irqchip core has options/flags to do what
>> you need. I assume there are no wakeup sources connected to this
> It may have wake up sources connected. Correct me if I am wrong but (at
> least) on Exynos5250 combiner takes care of gpx1 GPIO pins which may be
> external interrupts (e.g. power key on Exynos5250 Snow). I didn't check
> other boards.
In that case, this irqchip should implement irq_set_wake and the driver
implementing power key should use enable_irq_wake in the suspend path.
Just saving all the mask/enable registers is not scalable solution and
also useless if it's just one or to interrupts that are very few IRQs
registered/actively being used.
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