[PATCH v17 3/4] soc: rockchip: power-domain: Add power domain driver

Kevin Hilman khilman at linaro.org
Wed Sep 2 11:28:13 PDT 2015

Caesar Wang <wxt at rock-chips.com> writes:

> This driver is found on RK3288 SoCs.
> In order to meet high performance and low power requirements, a power
> management unit is designed or saving power when RK3288 in low power
> mode.
> The RK3288 PMU is dedicated for managing the power of the whole chip.
> PMU can work in the Low Power Mode by setting bit[0] of PMU_PWRMODE_CON
> register. After setting the register, PMU would enter the Low Power mode.
> In the low power mode, pmu will auto power on/off the specified power
> domain, send idle req to specified power domain, shut down/up pll and
> so on. All of above are configurable by setting corresponding registers.
> Signed-off-by: jinkun.hong <jinkun.hong at rock-chips.com>
> Signed-off-by: Caesar Wang <wxt at rock-chips.com>


> +static void rockchip_pm_remove_one_domain(struct rockchip_pm_domain *pd)
> +{
> +	int i;
> +
> +	for (i = 0; i < pd->num_clks; i++) {
> +		clk_unprepare(pd->clks[i]);
> +		clk_put(pd->clks[i]);
> +	}

You don't set pd->num_clks = 0 here, which means other places that
iterate over the clocks might race with this and try to use clocks that
have been unprepared/put.

This might be over-paranoid, but in particular, this could race with

Also not setting the pd->num_clks to zero would be a problem for a
power-controller that is configured as a module which could be unloaded
and reloaded (I know that doesn't really work now, but it will
eventually, I hope.)

Maybe use the mutex here?  It should at least protect the zeroing of


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