Re: [PATCH v10 0/4] This suspend patch is only support cut off the power of cpu and some external

From: Doug Anderson
Date: Mon Dec 01 2014 - 17:08:46 EST


On Mon, Dec 1, 2014 at 11:51 AM, Kevin Hilman <khilman@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Chris Zhong <zyw@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> devices, since we still lack power_domain driver, so the other power rail
>> of rk3288 need keep power on.
>> I have tested it on rk3288-evb board, atop next-20141112. goto suspend by type
>> "echo mem > /sys/power/state", vdd_cpu is about 0mv by measuring, so it can be
>> determined in sleep mode, then press power button to wakeup it.
> I tested this on top of today's linux-next (next-20141201) and it
> suspends, but doesn't wake up from any of the button presses. What
> wakeup sources are configured for the rk3288-evb-rk808?

Just to close the loop (I talked with Kevin over IM about this, too):

I have a huge description of how I tested this as part of my patch at
<>. Chris: I think Kevin
has asked you several times to include information like this in your
cover letter. Please, please, please can you try to remember to do

For those that don't want to click on my link, I'll include the
relevant bits here:


Total patches atop that version of Linux were:

1. - clocksource:
arch_timer: Allow the device tree to specify uninitialized timer

2. - clocksource:
arch_timer: Fix code to use physical timers when requested

3. - ARM: dts: rk3288: add

4. Revert (b77d439 ARM: dts: rockchip: temporarily disable smp on

5. - usb: dwc2: resume
root hub when device detect with suspend state

6. - ARM: rockchip: add
suspend and resume for RK3288

7. - ARM: rockchip: Add
pmu-sram binding

8. - ARM: dts: add RK3288
suspend support

9. - ARM: dts: rockchip:
add suspend settings for rk3288-evb-rk808

It looks like my pinctrl patches might be dropped due to cross
dependency problems, so tomorrow's linux-next will probably also need
( - pinctrl: rockchip:
Handle wakeup pins).

I've also got a local hack to the Rockchip "pm.c" to replace the usage
of "PMU_ARMINT_WAKEUP_EN" with 0x0e. There seems to be some sort of
ARM Interrupt waking us up all the time right when we go to sleep and
the above will hack it so that only GPIOs + SDMMC Card Detect can wake
us up. Someone should track down what's going on there, but for now
I've used the hack to prove that the basic code actually works.
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