[PATCH] clk: rockchip: only enter pll slow-mode directly before reboots on rk3288
heiko.stuebner at collabora.com
Sun Dec 20 17:06:10 PST 2015
Am Freitag, 18. Dezember 2015, 19:33:50 schrieb Heiko Stübner:
> As commit 1d33929e2a2b ("clk: rockchip: switch PLLs to slow mode before
> reboot for rk3288") states, switching the PLLs to slow-mode is only
> necessary when rebooting using the soft-reset done through the CRU.
> The dwc2 controllers used create really big number of interrupts in
> special constellations involving usb-hubs and their number is so high,
> it can even overwhelm the interrupt handler if the cpu-speed os to low.
> Right now the PLLs are put into slow-mode in a shutdown syscore_ops
> callback which means it happens on all reboots (not only the soft-reset
> ones) and even on poweroff actions.
> This can result in the system not powering off and getting stuck instead,
> so we should move the slow-mode change nearer to the actual reboot action.
> For this we introduce the possiblity to also set a callback that gets
> called from the restart-handler directly prior to restarting the system
> and move the shutdown-callback to this new option.
> With this the slow-mode switch is done only on the necessary reboots
> and also has a smaller possibility of causing artifacts.
> Fixes: 1d33929e2a2b ("clk: rockchip: switch PLLs to slow mode before reboot
> for rk3288") Signed-off-by: Heiko Stuebner <heiko.stuebner at collabora.com>
applied to my clk branch for 4.5
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