Re: [PATCH] usb: dwc2: host: Fix remote wakeup when not in DWC2_L2
From: Doug Anderson
Date: Thu Oct 29 2015 - 19:45:23 EST
On Thu, Oct 29, 2015 at 3:49 PM, Heiko Stuebner <heiko@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Am Donnerstag, 22. Oktober 2015, 13:05:03 schrieb Douglas Anderson:
>> In commit 734643dfbdde ("usb: dwc2: host: add flag to reflect bus
>> state") we changed dwc2_port_suspend() not to set the lx_state
>> anymore (instead it sets the new bus_suspended variable). This
>> introduced a bug where we would fail to detect device insertions if:
>> 1. Plug empty hub into dwc2
>> 2. Plug USB flash drive into the empty hub.
>> 3. Wait a few seconds
>> 4. Unplug USB flash drive
>> 5. Less than 2 seconds after step 4, plug the USB flash drive in again.
>> The dwc2_hcd_rem_wakeup() function should have been changed to look at
>> the new bus_suspended variable.
>> Let's fix it. Since commit b46146d59fda ("usb: dwc2: host: resume root
>> hub on remote wakeup") talks about needing the root hub resumed if the
>> bus was suspended, we'll include it in our test.
>> It appears that the "port_l1_change" should only be set to 1 if we were
>> in DWC2_L1 (the driver currently never sets this), so we'll update the
>> former "else" case based on this test.
>> Fixes: 734643dfbdde ("usb: dwc2: host: add flag to reflect bus state")
>> Signed-off-by: Douglas Anderson <dianders@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> I've talked with Doug a lot about that problem today and from reading
> this change and the referenced causing change, it looks correct
> and good to me, so
It does also appear that the steps in the commit message are not
sufficient to reproduce the problem. Apparently something in the way
my system is configured adds a delay before the bus actually gets
suspended. Presumably you could simulate the setup of my current
system with an msleep() at the start of _dwc2_hcd_suspend() (before
grabbing the spinlock). I've stepped away from my test machine for
the day though, so I can't confirm that.
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