Re: irq mask swapping during suspend/resume

From: Thomas Gleixner
Date: Wed Sep 17 2014 - 15:05:52 EST

On Tue, 16 Sep 2014, Eric Caruso wrote:
> We would like to be able to set different irq masks for triggers during
> normal operation and for waking up the system. For example, while a laptop
> is awake, closing the lid and opening the lid should both fire an
> interrupt, but when the system is asleep, we would like to stay asleep when
> closing the lid.
> We are thinking about stashing the irq mask used specifically for waking
> the system up in the irq_desc struct, and then swapping it during
> enable_irq_wake and disable_irq_wake calls. Devices that do not specify a
> different wake mask will use their normal trigger mask for both situations.
> Is this acceptable?

Not really. Why should irq_desc provide storage for random
configurations and bind them to some random system state?

What's wrong with calling

irq_set_type(irq, B);

irq_set_type(irq, A);



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