Re: [PATCH 1/5] usb: xhci: cleanup xhci_hcd allocation
From: Mathias Nyman
Date: Tue Apr 07 2015 - 10:22:06 EST
On 02.04.2015 15:23, Roger Quadros wrote:
> HCD core allocates memory for HCD private data in
> usb_create_[shared_]hcd() so make use of that
> mechanism to allocate the struct xhci_hcd.
> Introduce struct xhci_driver_overrides to provide
> the size of HCD private data and hc_driver operation
> overrides. As of now we only need to override the
> reset and start methods.
> Signed-off-by: Roger Quadros <rogerq@xxxxxx>
I'm not sure I fully understand the what's going on, or what the
intention of this patch is.
So currently xhci driver manages the allocation and freeing of
the xhci_hcd structure. We store a pointer to the xhci_hcd structure in
the content of both the primary and shared usb_hcds structures hcd_priv
With this patch xhci would be part of the usb_hcd structure,
starting at hcd_priv. (Like EHCI I think) It allocates enough space to include
the xhci_hcd in both the primary and shared usb_hcd, but always only use the one
in the primary hcd.
I'm not sure what to do with the space allocated for the shared hcd's
This also means that xhci goes away together with the primary hcd. It's possible
this has some impact as the xhci driver expects xhci to always exists.
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