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Date:   Fri, 14 Feb 2020 16:39:45 +0100
From:   Maxime Ripard <maxime@...no.tech>
To:     Samuel Holland <samuel@...lland.org>
Cc:     Chen-Yu Tsai <wens@...e.org>, David Airlie <airlied@...ux.ie>,
        Daniel Vetter <daniel@...ll.ch>,
        dri-devel@...ts.freedesktop.org,
        linux-arm-kernel@...ts.infradead.org, linux-kernel@...r.kernel.org,
        stable@...r.kernel.org
Subject: Re: [PATCH 4/4] drm/sun4i: dsi: Remove incorrect use of runtime PM

On Tue, Feb 11, 2020 at 01:28:58AM -0600, Samuel Holland wrote:
> The driver currently uses runtime PM to perform some of the module
> initialization and cleanup. This has three problems:
>
> 1) There is no Kconfig dependency on CONFIG_PM, so if runtime PM is
>    disabled, the driver will not work at all, since the module will
>    never be initialized.
>
> 2) The driver does not ensure that the device is suspended when
>    sun6i_dsi_probe() fails or when sun6i_dsi_remove() is called. It
>    simply disables runtime PM. From the docs of pm_runtime_disable():
>
>       The device can be either active or suspended after its runtime PM
>       has been disabled.
>
>    And indeed, the device will likely still be active if sun6i_dsi_probe
>    fails. For example, if the panel driver is not yet loaded, we have
>    the following sequence:
>
>    sun6i_dsi_probe()
>       pm_runtime_enable()
>       mipi_dsi_host_register()
>          of_mipi_dsi_device_add(child)
>             ...device_add()...
>                __device_attach()
>                  pm_runtime_get_sync(dev->parent) -> Causes resume
>                  bus_for_each_drv()
>                     __device_attach_driver() -> No match for panel
>                  pm_runtime_put(dev->parent) -> Async idle request
>       component_add()
>          __component_add()
>             try_to_bring_up_masters()
>                try_to_bring_up_master()
>                   sun4i_drv_bind()
>                      component_bind_all()
>                         component_bind()
>                            sun6i_dsi_bind() -> Fails with -EPROBE_DEFER
>       mipi_dsi_host_unregister()
>       pm_runtime_disable()
>          __pm_runtime_disable()
>             __pm_runtime_barrier() -> Idle request is still pending
>                cancel_work_sync()  -> DSI host is *not* suspended!
>
>    Since the device is not suspended, the clock and regulator are never
>    disabled. The imbalance causes a WARN at devres free time.
>
> 3) The driver relies on being suspended when sun6i_dsi_encoder_enable()
>    is called. The resume callback has a comment that says:
>
>       Some part of it can only be done once we get a number of
>       lanes, see sun6i_dsi_inst_init
>
>    And then part of the resume callback only runs if dsi->device is not
>    NULL (that is, if sun6i_dsi_attach() has been called). However, as
>    the above call graph shows, the resume callback is guaranteed to be
>    called before sun6i_dsi_attach(); it is called before child devices
>    get their drivers attached.
>
>    Therefore, part of the controller initialization will only run if the
>    device is suspended between the calls to mipi_dsi_host_register() and
>    component_add() (which ends up calling sun6i_dsi_encoder_enable()).
>    Again, as shown by the above call graph, this is not the case. It
>    appears that the controller happens to work because it is still
>    initialized by the bootloader.
>
>    Because the connector is hardcoded to always be connected, the
>    device's runtime PM reference is not dropped until system suspend,
>    when sun4i_drv_drm_sys_suspend() ends up calling
>    sun6i_dsi_encoder_disable(). However, that is done as a system sleep
>    PM hook, and at that point the system PM core has already taken
>    another runtime PM reference, so sun6i_dsi_runtime_suspend() is
>    not called. Likewise, by the time the PM core releases its reference,
>    sun4i_drv_drm_sys_resume() has already re-enabled the encoder.
>
>    So after system suspend and resume, we have *still never called*
>    sun6i_dsi_inst_init(), and now that the rest of the display pipeline
>    has been reset, the DSI host is unable to communicate with the panel,
>    causing VBLANK timeouts.
>
> Fix all of these issues by inlining the runtime PM hooks into the
> encoder enable/disable functions, which are guaranteed to run after a
> panel is attached. This allows sun6i_dsi_inst_init() to be called
> unconditionally. Furthermore, this causes the hardware to be turned off
> during system suspend and reinitialized on resume, which was not
> happening before.
>
> Fixes: 133add5b5ad4 ("drm/sun4i: Add Allwinner A31 MIPI-DSI controller support")
> Signed-off-by: Samuel Holland <samuel@...lland.org>

Applied all 4 patches.

This one failed to apply for some reason (even though the context
looks similar) so I fixed the conflict by hand, you might want to
double check.

Thanks!
Maxime

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