[PATCH 07/13] ARM: dts: r8a7792: initial SoC device tree
sergei.shtylyov at cogentembedded.com
Fri Jun 10 12:29:17 PDT 2016
On 06/10/2016 04:02 AM, Simon Horman wrote:
>>>>> And that the system behaves sanely on suspend/resume.
>>>> I'd be thankful if you told me how to test that. :-)
>>> System suspend:
>>> echo mem > /sys/power/state
>> Oh. I know that one! :-)
>>> System resume: You're gonna need a "wakeup-source" in your DTS, e.g. gpio-keys.
>>> Serial should work too, echo "enabled" to the corresponding wakeup
>>> file in /sys first.
>> I'm afraid I couldn't find that file. All I saw were RPM controls...
>>> In case of issues, try "echo 0 > /sys/module/printk/parameters/console_suspend".
>> There's no problems suspending, it's the resuming that's a problem for me.
>>> Good luck!
>> As usual, there was no luck. :-)
>> WBR, Sergei
> Does resume work for UP (i.e. without SMP)?
No. My problem with resume is I can't wake up the remote system. I don't
see the needed 'wakeup' file in /sys/devices/platform/soc/e6e60000.serial/...
However, if I enable CONFIG_PM_[ADVANCED_]DEBUG and do
$ echo -n core /sys/.power/pm_test
the system happily wakes up after a small delay (5 s), w/either SMP or UP kernel.
> How did testing CPU hotplug go? Did it work for all CPUs?
The only problem I'm seeing (again) is the RCAN clock failing to register:
rcar_gen2_cpg_clocks_init: failed to register cpg_clocks rcan clock (-12)
I was going to look at it yesterday but (wrongly) thought it somehow cured
itself... I'll look at it now.
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