[PATCH v6 0/22] usb: dwc2: host: Fix and speed up all the stuff, especially with splits

John Youn John.Youn at synopsys.com
Tue Feb 9 18:25:54 PST 2016

On 2/3/2016 10:24 AM, Doug Anderson wrote:
> John,
> On Tue, Feb 2, 2016 at 3:57 PM, John Youn <John.Youn at synopsys.com> wrote:
>> On 1/28/2016 6:20 PM, Douglas Anderson wrote:
>>> This is a bit of catchall series for all the bug fix and performance
>>> patches I've been working on over the last few months.  Note that for
>>> dwc2 we need to do LOTS in software and need super low interrupt
>>> latency, so most performance improvements actually fix real bugs.
>>> Patches are structured to start with no-brainer stuff that could be
>>> applied ASAP, especially things I've already gotten Acks for.  Things
>>> get slightly more RFC / RFT like as we get farther down the series.
>>> Anything that can be landed sooner rather than later (especially those
>>> Acked long ago) would help in re-posts (I'm not biased, of course).
>> Hi Doug,
>> I've yet to review this, but just wanted to let you know that we've
>> started on it and also testing. We'll get back to you with some
>> feedback and results soon.
>> We had also been looking at some of these same and related issues so
>> we want to make sure everything we've done is compatible with your
>> changes and is still working ok too.
> Great, thanks for the reply.  It's very helpful to know that you're
> looking at it even if you haven't had time to do a full review yet.
> Note: if any of my patches are wrong or redundant to patches that
> you've developed and tested, I'm happy to take your patches instead.
> ;)
> Note that patches 1 - 11 have already landed in our tree and thus are
> getting additional exposure and testing.  IMHO those are all ready for
> prime time.  Assuming there are no huge issues, it would be handy if
> those 11 patches landed as-is (or almost as-is), but that's just me
> being selfish so I don't need to revert / reland new versions.  :-P

Ok those seem good to me.

Patches 1-11:

Acked-by: John Youn <johnyoun at synopsys.com>

For the remaining patches in the series, we have some engineers still
working on validating it but so far it looks good. They have not
uncovered any new issues.


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