RE: [PATCH 2/3] scsi: ufs: Add temperature notification exception handling
From: Avri Altman
Date: Thu Sep 02 2021 - 02:46:29 EST
> On 9/1/2021 9:39 AM, Bart Van Assche wrote:
> > On 9/1/21 5:37 AM, Avri Altman wrote:
> >> It is essentially up to the platform to decide what further actions need
> >> to be taken. So add a designated vop for that. Each chipset vendor can
> >> decide if it wants to use the thermal subsystem, hw monitor, or some
> >> Privet implementation.
> > Why to make chipset vendors define what to do in case of extreme
> > temperatures? I'd prefer a single implementation in ufshcd.c instead of
> > making each vendor come up with a different implementation.
The storage device is merely acting as a temperature sensor.
This info, jointly with other temperature sensors of the system,
Should be used elsewhere in a much broader scope - probably by Android.
Either way, ufshcd is hardly the place for those decisions.
> I think it should be either i.e. if a vendor specific implementation is
> defined use that else use the generic implementation in ufshcd.
> There may be a bunch of things that each vendor may need/want do
> depending upon use-case, I imagine.
I agree, and this is why I wanted to allow that that flexibility.
But I get Bart's point. I will register the sensor in some subsystem.
It should allow the required degrees of freedom.
> >> + void (*temp_notify)(struct ufs_hba *hba, u16 status);
> > Please do not add new vops without adding at least one implementation of
> > that vop.
> > Thanks,
> > Bart.
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