[PATCH v5 00/39] i.MX Media Driver
slongerbeam at gmail.com
Tue Mar 14 10:29:07 PDT 2017
On 03/12/2017 02:09 PM, Russell King - ARM Linux wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 12, 2017 at 08:40:37PM +0000, Russell King - ARM Linux wrote:
>> On Sun, Mar 12, 2017 at 01:36:32PM -0700, Steve Longerbeam wrote:
>>> But hold on, if my logic is correct, then why did the CSI power-off
>>> get reached in your case, multiple times? Yes I think there is a bug,
>>> link_notify() is not checking if the link has already been disabled.
>>> I will fix this. But I'm surprised media core's link_notify handling
>>> doesn't do this.
>> Well, I think there's something incredibly fishy going on here. I
>> turned that dev_dbg() at the top of the function into a dev_info(),
>> and I get:
>> root at hbi2ex:~# dmesg |grep -A2 imx-ipuv3-csi
>> [ 53.370949] imx-ipuv3-csi imx-ipuv3-csi.0: power OFF
>> [ 53.371015] ------------[ cut here ]------------
>> [ 53.371075] WARNING: CPU: 0 PID: 1515 at drivers/staging/media/imx/imx-media-csi.c:806 csi_s_power+0xb8/0xd0 [imx_media_csi]
>> [ 53.372624] imx-ipuv3-csi imx-ipuv3-csi.0: power OFF
>> [ 53.372637] ------------[ cut here ]------------
>> [ 53.372663] WARNING: CPU: 0 PID: 1515 at drivers/staging/media/imx/imx-media-csi.c:806 csi_s_power+0xb8/0xd0 [imx_media_csi]
>> There isn't a power on event being generated before these two power
>> off events. I don't see a power on event even when I attempt to
>> start streaming either (which fails due to the lack of bayer
> Found it - my imx219 driver returns '1' from its s_power function when
> powering up, which triggers a bug in your code - when imx_media_set_power()
> fails to power up, you call imx_media_set_power() telling it to power
> everything off - including devices that are already powered off.
Yep, there's a bug in the error cleanup in imx_media_pipeline_set_power().
On error, it needs to backout by calling s_power(off) as it is doing,
through the whole pipeline, but needs to stop at the subdev encountered
just before the subdev that failed. This was causing the s_power()
I will fix.
> This is really bad news - s_power() may be called via other paths,
> such as when the subdev is opened.
I don't think that is a problem, as long as power_count is working
as it should, and the caller from the other paths has not created an
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