[v3,2/3] thermal: rockchip: ensure the otp states before resetting the controller
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Message ID 1445565296-31517-3-git-send-email-wxt@rock-chips.com
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Caesar Wang Oct. 23, 2015, 1:54 a.m. UTC
We need the OTP pin is gpio state before resetting the TSADC controller,
since the tshut polarity will generate a high signal.

Says:
The TSHUT temperature is setting more than 80 degree, the
default tshut polarity is high.

If T > 80C, the OTP output the high signal.
If T < 80C, the OTP output the low signal.

On the moment, the tshut polarity will be low in a short period of time
if the TSADC controller is reset.

So:
If T < 80C, the OTP output the High Signal.
If T > 80C, the OTP output the Low Signal.

In some cases, the OTP pin is connected to the PMIC, maybe the PMIC can
accept the reset response time to avoid this issue.
In other words, the system will be always reboot if we
make the OTP pin is connected the others IC to control the power.

Signed-off-by: Caesar Wang <wxt@rock-chips.com>

---

Changes in v3:
  - Add the pinctrl state for in the suspend/resume.

Changes in v2: None
Changes in v1: None

 drivers/thermal/rockchip_thermal.c | 4 ++++
 1 file changed, 4 insertions(+)

Comments

Doug Anderson Oct. 23, 2015, 4:04 a.m. UTC | #1
Caesar,

On Thu, Oct 22, 2015 at 9:54 PM, Caesar Wang <wxt@rock-chips.com> wrote:
> We need the OTP pin is gpio state before resetting the TSADC controller,
> since the tshut polarity will generate a high signal.
>
> Says:
> The TSHUT temperature is setting more than 80 degree, the
> default tshut polarity is high.
>
> If T > 80C, the OTP output the high signal.
> If T < 80C, the OTP output the low signal.
>
> On the moment, the tshut polarity will be low in a short period of time
> if the TSADC controller is reset.
>
> So:
> If T < 80C, the OTP output the High Signal.
> If T > 80C, the OTP output the Low Signal.
>
> In some cases, the OTP pin is connected to the PMIC, maybe the PMIC can
> accept the reset response time to avoid this issue.
> In other words, the system will be always reboot if we
> make the OTP pin is connected the others IC to control the power.
>
> Signed-off-by: Caesar Wang <wxt@rock-chips.com>
>
> ---
>
> Changes in v3:
>   - Add the pinctrl state for in the suspend/resume.
>
> Changes in v2: None
> Changes in v1: None
>
>  drivers/thermal/rockchip_thermal.c | 4 ++++
>  1 file changed, 4 insertions(+)
>
> diff --git a/drivers/thermal/rockchip_thermal.c b/drivers/thermal/rockchip_thermal.c
> index c89ffb2..3b8fbda 100644
> --- a/drivers/thermal/rockchip_thermal.c
> +++ b/drivers/thermal/rockchip_thermal.c
> @@ -642,6 +642,8 @@ static int __maybe_unused rockchip_thermal_suspend(struct device *dev)
>         clk_disable(thermal->pclk);
>         clk_disable(thermal->clk);
>
> +       pinctrl_pm_select_sleep_state(dev);
> +
>         return 0;
>  }
>
> @@ -678,6 +680,8 @@ static int __maybe_unused rockchip_thermal_resume(struct device *dev)
>         for (i = 0; i < ARRAY_SIZE(thermal->sensors); i++)
>                 rockchip_thermal_toggle_sensor(&thermal->sensors[i], true);
>
> +       pinctrl_pm_select_default_state(dev);
> +
>         return 0;
>  }

The patch looks totally fine, but the description is a little
confusing.  Reading this patch it's all about adding support for the
"sleep" state in the tsadc driver, but nothing in the description
talks about that.  I'd expect something like:

thermal: rockchip: support the sleep pinctrl state to avoid glitches in s2r

When we come out of system suspend state (S3) the tsadc will have been
reset and back at its default state.  While reprogramming the tsadc
it's possible that we'll glitch the output and unintentionally cause
the "over temperature" GPIO to be asserted.  Since the over
temperature GPIO is often hooked up to something that will cause a
reboot or shutdown in hardware, this glitch can be catastrophic on
some boards.

We'll add support for selecting the "sleep" pinctrl state at suspend
time.  Boards can use this to effectively disable the tsadc at suspend
time and avoid glitches when the system is resumed.

---

Note that although this pinctrl approach is fine IMHO, I am left
wondering whether we could just change the tsadc init sequence to
avoid the glitch.  I can't easily test myself, but if we can program
the temperatures before re-enabling the tsadc would it avoid the
problem too?  Like could we just swap things like:

                thermal->chip->set_tshut_temp(id, thermal->regs,
                                              thermal->hw_shut_temp);
                thermal->chip->set_tshut_mode(id, thermal->regs,
                                              thermal->tshut_mode);


Does that help?


-Doug
Caesar Wang Oct. 23, 2015, 6:31 a.m. UTC | #2
? 2015?10?23? 12:04, Doug Anderson ??:
> Caesar,
>
> On Thu, Oct 22, 2015 at 9:54 PM, Caesar Wang <wxt@rock-chips.com> wrote:
>> We need the OTP pin is gpio state before resetting the TSADC controller,
>> since the tshut polarity will generate a high signal.
>>
>> Says:
>> The TSHUT temperature is setting more than 80 degree, the
>> default tshut polarity is high.
>>
>> If T > 80C, the OTP output the high signal.
>> If T < 80C, the OTP output the low signal.
>>
>> On the moment, the tshut polarity will be low in a short period of time
>> if the TSADC controller is reset.
>>
>> So:
>> If T < 80C, the OTP output the High Signal.
>> If T > 80C, the OTP output the Low Signal.
>>
>> In some cases, the OTP pin is connected to the PMIC, maybe the PMIC can
>> accept the reset response time to avoid this issue.
>> In other words, the system will be always reboot if we
>> make the OTP pin is connected the others IC to control the power.
>>
>> Signed-off-by: Caesar Wang <wxt@rock-chips.com>
>>
>> ---
>>
>> Changes in v3:
>>    - Add the pinctrl state for in the suspend/resume.
>>
>> Changes in v2: None
>> Changes in v1: None
>>
>>   drivers/thermal/rockchip_thermal.c | 4 ++++
>>   1 file changed, 4 insertions(+)
>>
>> diff --git a/drivers/thermal/rockchip_thermal.c b/drivers/thermal/rockchip_thermal.c
>> index c89ffb2..3b8fbda 100644
>> --- a/drivers/thermal/rockchip_thermal.c
>> +++ b/drivers/thermal/rockchip_thermal.c
>> @@ -642,6 +642,8 @@ static int __maybe_unused rockchip_thermal_suspend(struct device *dev)
>>          clk_disable(thermal->pclk);
>>          clk_disable(thermal->clk);
>>
>> +       pinctrl_pm_select_sleep_state(dev);
>> +
>>          return 0;
>>   }
>>
>> @@ -678,6 +680,8 @@ static int __maybe_unused rockchip_thermal_resume(struct device *dev)
>>          for (i = 0; i < ARRAY_SIZE(thermal->sensors); i++)
>>                  rockchip_thermal_toggle_sensor(&thermal->sensors[i], true);
>>
>> +       pinctrl_pm_select_default_state(dev);
>> +
>>          return 0;
>>   }
> The patch looks totally fine, but the description is a little
> confusing.  Reading this patch it's all about adding support for the
> "sleep" state in the tsadc driver, but nothing in the description
> talks about that.  I'd expect something like:
>
> thermal: rockchip: support the sleep pinctrl state to avoid glitches in s2r
>
> When we come out of system suspend state (S3) the tsadc will have been
> reset and back at its default state.  While reprogramming the tsadc
> it's possible that we'll glitch the output and unintentionally cause
> the "over temperature" GPIO to be asserted.  Since the over
> temperature GPIO is often hooked up to something that will cause a
> reboot or shutdown in hardware, this glitch can be catastrophic on
> some boards.
>
> We'll add support for selecting the "sleep" pinctrl state at suspend
> time.  Boards can use this to effectively disable the tsadc at suspend
> time and avoid glitches when the system is resumed.

Thanks Doug to take your time reviewing this series patchs.
The commit is very good for this patch.

>
> ---
>
> Note that although this pinctrl approach is fine IMHO, I am left
> wondering whether we could just change the tsadc init sequence to
> avoid the glitch.  I can't easily test myself, but if we can program
> the temperatures before re-enabling the tsadc would it avoid the
> problem too?

It's the chip behaviour, the glitches is aways occured by reset controller.
The best way need  change to the gpio state before reset the controller.


>   Like could we just swap things like:
>
>                  thermal->chip->set_tshut_temp(id, thermal->regs,
>                                                thermal->hw_shut_temp);
>                  thermal->chip->set_tshut_mode(id, thermal->regs,
>                                                thermal->tshut_mode);
>
>
> Does that help?

It didn't work on box board.

>
>
> -Doug
>
> _______________________________________________
> Linux-rockchip mailing list
> Linux-rockchip@lists.infradead.org
> http://lists.infradead.org/mailman/listinfo/linux-rockchip
Caesar Wang Oct. 23, 2015, 6:32 a.m. UTC | #3
? 2015?10?23? 12:04, Doug Anderson ??:
> Caesar,
>
> On Thu, Oct 22, 2015 at 9:54 PM, Caesar Wang <wxt@rock-chips.com> wrote:
>> We need the OTP pin is gpio state before resetting the TSADC controller,
>> since the tshut polarity will generate a high signal.
>>
>> Says:
>> The TSHUT temperature is setting more than 80 degree, the
>> default tshut polarity is high.
>>
>> If T > 80C, the OTP output the high signal.
>> If T < 80C, the OTP output the low signal.
>>
>> On the moment, the tshut polarity will be low in a short period of time
>> if the TSADC controller is reset.
>>
>> So:
>> If T < 80C, the OTP output the High Signal.
>> If T > 80C, the OTP output the Low Signal.
>>
>> In some cases, the OTP pin is connected to the PMIC, maybe the PMIC can
>> accept the reset response time to avoid this issue.
>> In other words, the system will be always reboot if we
>> make the OTP pin is connected the others IC to control the power.
>>
>> Signed-off-by: Caesar Wang <wxt@rock-chips.com>
>>
>> ---
>>
>> Changes in v3:
>>    - Add the pinctrl state for in the suspend/resume.
>>
>> Changes in v2: None
>> Changes in v1: None
>>
>>   drivers/thermal/rockchip_thermal.c | 4 ++++
>>   1 file changed, 4 insertions(+)
>>
>> diff --git a/drivers/thermal/rockchip_thermal.c b/drivers/thermal/rockchip_thermal.c
>> index c89ffb2..3b8fbda 100644
>> --- a/drivers/thermal/rockchip_thermal.c
>> +++ b/drivers/thermal/rockchip_thermal.c
>> @@ -642,6 +642,8 @@ static int __maybe_unused rockchip_thermal_suspend(struct device *dev)
>>          clk_disable(thermal->pclk);
>>          clk_disable(thermal->clk);
>>
>> +       pinctrl_pm_select_sleep_state(dev);
>> +
>>          return 0;
>>   }
>>
>> @@ -678,6 +680,8 @@ static int __maybe_unused rockchip_thermal_resume(struct device *dev)
>>          for (i = 0; i < ARRAY_SIZE(thermal->sensors); i++)
>>                  rockchip_thermal_toggle_sensor(&thermal->sensors[i], true);
>>
>> +       pinctrl_pm_select_default_state(dev);
>> +
>>          return 0;
>>   }
> The patch looks totally fine, but the description is a little
> confusing.  Reading this patch it's all about adding support for the
> "sleep" state in the tsadc driver, but nothing in the description
> talks about that.  I'd expect something like:
>
> thermal: rockchip: support the sleep pinctrl state to avoid glitches in s2r
>
> When we come out of system suspend state (S3) the tsadc will have been
> reset and back at its default state.  While reprogramming the tsadc
> it's possible that we'll glitch the output and unintentionally cause
> the "over temperature" GPIO to be asserted.  Since the over
> temperature GPIO is often hooked up to something that will cause a
> reboot or shutdown in hardware, this glitch can be catastrophic on
> some boards.
>
> We'll add support for selecting the "sleep" pinctrl state at suspend
> time.  Boards can use this to effectively disable the tsadc at suspend
> time and avoid glitches when the system is resumed.

Thanks Doug to take your time reviewing this series patchs.
The commit is very good for this patch.

>
> ---
>
> Note that although this pinctrl approach is fine IMHO, I am left
> wondering whether we could just change the tsadc init sequence to
> avoid the glitch.  I can't easily test myself, but if we can program
> the temperatures before re-enabling the tsadc would it avoid the
> problem too?

It's the chip behaviour, the glitches is aways occured by reset controller.
The best way need  change to the gpio state before reset the controller.


>   Like could we just swap things like:
>
>                  thermal->chip->set_tshut_temp(id, thermal->regs,
>                                                thermal->hw_shut_temp);
>                  thermal->chip->set_tshut_mode(id, thermal->regs,
>                                                thermal->tshut_mode);
>
>
> Does that help?

It didn't work on box board.

>
>
> -Doug
>
> _______________________________________________
> Linux-rockchip mailing list
> Linux-rockchip@lists.infradead.org
> http://lists.infradead.org/mailman/listinfo/linux-rockchip

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diff --git a/drivers/thermal/rockchip_thermal.c b/drivers/thermal/rockchip_thermal.c
index c89ffb2..3b8fbda 100644
--- a/drivers/thermal/rockchip_thermal.c
+++ b/drivers/thermal/rockchip_thermal.c
@@ -642,6 +642,8 @@  static int __maybe_unused rockchip_thermal_suspend(struct device *dev)
 	clk_disable(thermal->pclk);
 	clk_disable(thermal->clk);
 
+	pinctrl_pm_select_sleep_state(dev);
+
 	return 0;
 }
 
@@ -678,6 +680,8 @@  static int __maybe_unused rockchip_thermal_resume(struct device *dev)
 	for (i = 0; i < ARRAY_SIZE(thermal->sensors); i++)
 		rockchip_thermal_toggle_sensor(&thermal->sensors[i], true);
 
+	pinctrl_pm_select_default_state(dev);
+
 	return 0;
 }