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[v3] HID: i2c-hid: Enable touchpad wakeup from Suspend-to-Idle

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Series [v3] HID: i2c-hid: Enable touchpad wakeup from Suspend-to-Idle | expand

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Kai-Heng Feng June 18, 2020, 2:55 p.m. UTC
Many laptops can be woken up from Suspend-to-Idle by touchpad. This is
also the default behavior on other OSes.

So let's enable the wakeup support if the system defaults to
Suspend-to-Idle.

Signed-off-by: Kai-Heng Feng <kai.heng.feng@canonical.com>
---
v3:
 - Use device_init_wakeup().
 - Wording change.

v2:
 - Fix compile error when ACPI is not enabled.
 drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c | 10 ++++++++++
 1 file changed, 10 insertions(+)

Comments

Hans de Goede June 18, 2020, 3:28 p.m. UTC | #1
Hi,

On 6/18/20 4:55 PM, Kai-Heng Feng wrote:
> Many laptops can be woken up from Suspend-to-Idle by touchpad. This is
> also the default behavior on other OSes.
> 
> So let's enable the wakeup support if the system defaults to
> Suspend-to-Idle.

I have been debugging a spurious wakeup issue on an Asus T101HA,
where the system would not stay suspended when the lid was closed.

The issue turns out to be that the touchpad is generating touch
events when the lid/display gets close to the touchpad. In this case
wakeup is already enabled by default because it is an USB device.

So I do not believe that this is a good idea, most current devices
with a HID multi-touch touchpad use i2c-hid and also use S2idle,
so this will basically enable wakeup by touchpad on almost all
current devices.

There will likely be other devices with the same issue as the T101HA,
but currently we are not seeing this issue because by default i2c-hid
devices do not have wakeup enabled. This change will thus likely cause
new spurious wakeup issues on more devices. So this seems like a
bad idea.

Also your commit message mentions touchpads, but the change
will also enable wakeup on most touchscreens out there, meaning
that just picking up a device in tablet mode and accidentally
touching the screen will wake it up.

Also hid multi-touch devices have 3 modes, see the diagrams
in Microsoft hw design guides for win8/10 touch devices:
1. Reporting events with low latency (high power mode)
2. Reporting events with high latency (lower power mode)
3. Not reporting events (lowest power mode)

I actually still need to write some patches for hid-multitouch.c
to set the mode to 2 or 3 on suspend depending on the device_may_wakeup
setting of the parent. Once that patch is written, it should
put most i2c-hid mt devices in mode 3, hopefully also helping
with Linux' relative high power consumption when a device is
suspended. With your change instead my to-be-written patch
would put the device in mode 2, which would still be an
improvement but less so.

Regards,

Hans






> 
> Signed-off-by: Kai-Heng Feng <kai.heng.feng@canonical.com>
> ---
> v3:
>   - Use device_init_wakeup().
>   - Wording change.
> 
> v2:
>   - Fix compile error when ACPI is not enabled.
>   drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c | 10 ++++++++++
>   1 file changed, 10 insertions(+)
> 
> diff --git a/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c b/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
> index 294c84e136d7..dae1d072daf6 100644
> --- a/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
> +++ b/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
> @@ -931,6 +931,12 @@ static void i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(struct device *dev)
>   		acpi_device_fix_up_power(adev);
>   }
>   
> +static void i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(struct device *dev)
> +{
> +	if (acpi_gbl_FADT.flags & ACPI_FADT_LOW_POWER_S0)
> +		device_init_wakeup(dev, true);
> +}
> +
>   static const struct acpi_device_id i2c_hid_acpi_match[] = {
>   	{"ACPI0C50", 0 },
>   	{"PNP0C50", 0 },
> @@ -945,6 +951,8 @@ static inline int i2c_hid_acpi_pdata(struct i2c_client *client,
>   }
>   
>   static inline void i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(struct device *dev) {}
> +
> +static inline void i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(struct device *dev) {}
>   #endif
>   
>   #ifdef CONFIG_OF
> @@ -1072,6 +1080,8 @@ static int i2c_hid_probe(struct i2c_client *client,
>   
>   	i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(&client->dev);
>   
> +	i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(&client->dev);
> +
>   	device_enable_async_suspend(&client->dev);
>   
>   	/* Make sure there is something at this address */
>
Kai-Heng Feng June 19, 2020, 4:16 a.m. UTC | #2
Hi,

> On Jun 18, 2020, at 23:28, Hans de Goede <hdegoede@redhat.com> wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> On 6/18/20 4:55 PM, Kai-Heng Feng wrote:
>> Many laptops can be woken up from Suspend-to-Idle by touchpad. This is
>> also the default behavior on other OSes.
>> So let's enable the wakeup support if the system defaults to
>> Suspend-to-Idle.
> 
> I have been debugging a spurious wakeup issue on an Asus T101HA,
> where the system would not stay suspended when the lid was closed.
> 
> The issue turns out to be that the touchpad is generating touch
> events when the lid/display gets close to the touchpad. In this case
> wakeup is already enabled by default because it is an USB device.

Sounds like a mechanical/hardware issue to me.
I've seen some old laptops have the same issue.

Swollen battery can push up the touchpad, makes it contact to touchscreen, and wakes up the system.

> 
> So I do not believe that this is a good idea, most current devices
> with a HID multi-touch touchpad use i2c-hid and also use S2idle,
> so this will basically enable wakeup by touchpad on almost all
> current devices.

However, it's really handy to wake up the system from touchpad.

> 
> There will likely be other devices with the same issue as the T101HA,
> but currently we are not seeing this issue because by default i2c-hid
> devices do not have wakeup enabled. This change will thus likely cause
> new spurious wakeup issues on more devices. So this seems like a
> bad idea.

But only under lid is closed?

I wonder if it's okay to handle the case in s2idle_loop() or in userspace?
Lid close -> Wakeup event from touchpad -> Found the lid is closed 
-> Turn off touchpad wakeup -> continue suspend.

> 
> Also your commit message mentions touchpads, but the change
> will also enable wakeup on most touchscreens out there, meaning
> that just picking up a device in tablet mode and accidentally
> touching the screen will wake it up.

I tried touch and i2c-hid touchscreen and it doesn't wake up the system.
However we should still handle the two different cases, probably differentiate touchpad and touchscreen in hid-multitouch.

> 
> Also hid multi-touch devices have 3 modes, see the diagrams
> in Microsoft hw design guides for win8/10 touch devices:
> 1. Reporting events with low latency (high power mode)
> 2. Reporting events with high latency (lower power mode)
> 3. Not reporting events (lowest power mode)
> 
> I actually still need to write some patches for hid-multitouch.c
> to set the mode to 2 or 3 on suspend depending on the device_may_wakeup
> setting of the parent. Once that patch is written, it should
> put most i2c-hid mt devices in mode 3, hopefully also helping
> with Linux' relative high power consumption when a device is
> suspended. With your change instead my to-be-written patch
> would put the device in mode 2, which would still be an
> improvement but less so.

IIRC, touchpad and touchscreen connect to different parents on all laptops I worked on.
So I think it's possible to enable mode 2 for touchpad, and mode 3 for touchscreen.

Touchpad wake is really handy, let's figure out how to enable it while covering all potential regression risks.

Kai-Heng

> 
> Regards,
> 
> Hans
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
>> Signed-off-by: Kai-Heng Feng <kai.heng.feng@canonical.com>
>> ---
>> v3:
>>  - Use device_init_wakeup().
>>  - Wording change.
>> v2:
>>  - Fix compile error when ACPI is not enabled.
>>  drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c | 10 ++++++++++
>>  1 file changed, 10 insertions(+)
>> diff --git a/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c b/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
>> index 294c84e136d7..dae1d072daf6 100644
>> --- a/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
>> +++ b/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
>> @@ -931,6 +931,12 @@ static void i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(struct device *dev)
>>  		acpi_device_fix_up_power(adev);
>>  }
>>  +static void i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(struct device *dev)
>> +{
>> +	if (acpi_gbl_FADT.flags & ACPI_FADT_LOW_POWER_S0)
>> +		device_init_wakeup(dev, true);
>> +}
>> +
>>  static const struct acpi_device_id i2c_hid_acpi_match[] = {
>>  	{"ACPI0C50", 0 },
>>  	{"PNP0C50", 0 },
>> @@ -945,6 +951,8 @@ static inline int i2c_hid_acpi_pdata(struct i2c_client *client,
>>  }
>>    static inline void i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(struct device *dev) {}
>> +
>> +static inline void i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(struct device *dev) {}
>>  #endif
>>    #ifdef CONFIG_OF
>> @@ -1072,6 +1080,8 @@ static int i2c_hid_probe(struct i2c_client *client,
>>    	i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(&client->dev);
>>  +	i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(&client->dev);
>> +
>>  	device_enable_async_suspend(&client->dev);
>>    	/* Make sure there is something at this address */
>
Hans de Goede June 19, 2020, 9:56 a.m. UTC | #3
Hi,

On 6/19/20 6:16 AM, Kai-Heng Feng wrote:
> Hi,
> 
>> On Jun 18, 2020, at 23:28, Hans de Goede <hdegoede@redhat.com> wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> On 6/18/20 4:55 PM, Kai-Heng Feng wrote:
>>> Many laptops can be woken up from Suspend-to-Idle by touchpad. This is
>>> also the default behavior on other OSes.
>>> So let's enable the wakeup support if the system defaults to
>>> Suspend-to-Idle.
>>
>> I have been debugging a spurious wakeup issue on an Asus T101HA,
>> where the system would not stay suspended when the lid was closed.
>>
>> The issue turns out to be that the touchpad is generating touch
>> events when the lid/display gets close to the touchpad. In this case
>> wakeup is already enabled by default because it is an USB device.
> 
> Sounds like a mechanical/hardware issue to me.

Nope, the laptop is pretty much in new state.

> I've seen some old laptops have the same issue.
> 
> Swollen battery can push up the touchpad, makes it contact to touchscreen, and wakes up the system.

This is a 2-in-1 with a detachable keyboard, which is why the
kbd/touchpad is a USB device rather then i2c-hid. Even if the
battery were swollen this would push up the back cover of the
tablet.

>> So I do not believe that this is a good idea, most current devices
>> with a HID multi-touch touchpad use i2c-hid and also use S2idle,
>> so this will basically enable wakeup by touchpad on almost all
>> current devices.
> 
> However, it's really handy to wake up the system from touchpad.

I agree this is somewhat handy, but the keyboard (space-bar) is
usually sitting right next to it. So we can live without it,
we really need to fix the spurious wakeup issue first, once
that is fixed I'm fine with enabling wakeup by touchpad.

>> There will likely be other devices with the same issue as the T101HA,
>> but currently we are not seeing this issue because by default i2c-hid
>> devices do not have wakeup enabled. This change will thus likely cause
>> new spurious wakeup issues on more devices. So this seems like a
>> bad idea.
> 
> But only under lid is closed?

Right.

> I wonder if it's okay to handle the case in s2idle_loop() or in userspace?
> Lid close -> Wakeup event from touchpad -> Found the lid is closed
> -> Turn off touchpad wakeup -> continue suspend.

I've discussed doing something about the spurious wakeup issue in
the kernel with the the kernel input maintainer (Dmitry) here:

https://lore.kernel.org/linux-acpi/964ca07a-3da5-101f-7edf-64bdeec98a4b@redhat.com/

He was quite clear that this must be fixed in userspace. We did
come up with a plan for fixing this in userspace:

1) Have udev-rules setting using hwdb for quirks which tags
some input devices as "input-disable-wake-on-closed-lid".
A simple udev rule could tag all i2c-hid touchpads with this and
for the detachable USB keyboards with builtin touchpad some
2-in-1s have we can then use quirks in hwdb to set the tag
on those.

2) Teach systemd-logind which does the suspend-on-lid on modern
GNOME3 based systems to disable wakeup on the parent of
input-devices which have this tag set before suspending.

As mentioned the kernel can then also use this to save
some power by disable scanning for fingers on suspend.

If you have time to work on these 2 items, that would be
great. Once this is in place I'm fine with the suggested
kernel change.

###

Semi-off-topic:

The thread I linked to above is about adding a new inhibit
feature to the input system, which is intended to allow
telling the input system system to stop listening for
events even if userspace has the device open (or it has
in kernel listeners) once this has landed, we can use
the same udev-tag to also teach systemd-logind to inhibit
e.g. the touchpad when the lid is closed but the system is
not suspending (e.g. external monitor connected).
Combined with some extra hid-multitouch changes this will
again allow us to tell the touchpad to stop scanning
for fingers saving some power.

The inhibit feature could likewise also be enabled on
internal touchpads and keyboards when a 360 degree (yoga)
style 2-in-1 is in tablet mode to avoid accidental key-pressed /
touchpad touches.

Note the inhibit when in tablet mode thing would require
a new: "input-inhibit-on-tablet-mode" tag. At first I
was thinking to just have an "input-device-is-internal"
tag, but that would e.g. also apply to the touchscreen,
on which we do want to disable wakeup when the lid is
closed, but not when in tablet mode.

Hmm, I guess to prepare for the inhibit stuff we should
probably call the other tag "input-inhibit-on-closed-lid"
rather then "input-disable-wake-on-closed-lid", and then
systemd-logind can defer that wit should also disable wake
(or initially only disable wake) from that. Otherwise we
get 4 possible tags and I don't see a usecase where we
want to inhibit but not also disable wakeup.

>> Also your commit message mentions touchpads, but the change
>> will also enable wakeup on most touchscreens out there, meaning
>> that just picking up a device in tablet mode and accidentally
>> touching the screen will wake it up.
> 
> I tried touch and i2c-hid touchscreen and it doesn't wake up the system.

I guess the :

         i2c_hid_set_power(client, I2C_HID_PWR_SLEEP);

Call from i2c_hid_suspend() causes that, interesting that that
works for touchscreens but not for touchpads.

I'm pretty sure that if you comment out that line, your
patch will cause wake-ups on touchscreens too, which
IMHO means that your patch should maybe move the above
call into the else of the:

         if (device_may_wakeup(&client->dev)) {

block, if we enable wakeup then it should work. This should
probably be combined with being smarter about which devices
to enable wakeup on by default...

> However we should still handle the two different cases, probably differentiate touchpad and touchscreen in hid-multitouch.

Ack, see above.

>> Also hid multi-touch devices have 3 modes, see the diagrams
>> in Microsoft hw design guides for win8/10 touch devices:
>> 1. Reporting events with low latency (high power mode)
>> 2. Reporting events with high latency (lower power mode)
>> 3. Not reporting events (lowest power mode)
>>
>> I actually still need to write some patches for hid-multitouch.c
>> to set the mode to 2 or 3 on suspend depending on the device_may_wakeup
>> setting of the parent. Once that patch is written, it should
>> put most i2c-hid mt devices in mode 3, hopefully also helping
>> with Linux' relative high power consumption when a device is
>> suspended. With your change instead my to-be-written patch
>> would put the device in mode 2, which would still be an
>> improvement but less so.
> 
> IIRC, touchpad and touchscreen connect to different parents on all laptops I worked on.
> So I think it's possible to enable mode 2 for touchpad, and mode 3 for touchscreen.

Ack.

> Touchpad wake is really handy, let's figure out how to enable it while covering all potential regression risks.

See above I believe we should first get the userspace bits to disable it
when the lid is closed in place.  And even then we may need to have
a Kconfig option to disable it for people running an older userspace,
but I guess once the userspace bits are there, we can proceed without
the Kconfig option and then add that later if necessary (if people are
seeing regressions).

Regards,

Hans


>>> Signed-off-by: Kai-Heng Feng <kai.heng.feng@canonical.com>
>>> ---
>>> v3:
>>>   - Use device_init_wakeup().
>>>   - Wording change.
>>> v2:
>>>   - Fix compile error when ACPI is not enabled.
>>>   drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c | 10 ++++++++++
>>>   1 file changed, 10 insertions(+)
>>> diff --git a/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c b/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
>>> index 294c84e136d7..dae1d072daf6 100644
>>> --- a/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
>>> +++ b/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
>>> @@ -931,6 +931,12 @@ static void i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(struct device *dev)
>>>   		acpi_device_fix_up_power(adev);
>>>   }
>>>   +static void i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(struct device *dev)
>>> +{
>>> +	if (acpi_gbl_FADT.flags & ACPI_FADT_LOW_POWER_S0)
>>> +		device_init_wakeup(dev, true);
>>> +}
>>> +
>>>   static const struct acpi_device_id i2c_hid_acpi_match[] = {
>>>   	{"ACPI0C50", 0 },
>>>   	{"PNP0C50", 0 },
>>> @@ -945,6 +951,8 @@ static inline int i2c_hid_acpi_pdata(struct i2c_client *client,
>>>   }
>>>     static inline void i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(struct device *dev) {}
>>> +
>>> +static inline void i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(struct device *dev) {}
>>>   #endif
>>>     #ifdef CONFIG_OF
>>> @@ -1072,6 +1080,8 @@ static int i2c_hid_probe(struct i2c_client *client,
>>>     	i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(&client->dev);
>>>   +	i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(&client->dev);
>>> +
>>>   	device_enable_async_suspend(&client->dev);
>>>     	/* Make sure there is something at this address */
>>
>
Kai-Heng Feng July 1, 2020, 6:46 a.m. UTC | #4
> On Jun 19, 2020, at 17:56, Hans de Goede <hdegoede@redhat.com> wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> On 6/19/20 6:16 AM, Kai-Heng Feng wrote:
>> Hi,
>>> On Jun 18, 2020, at 23:28, Hans de Goede <hdegoede@redhat.com> wrote:
>>> 
>>> Hi,
>>> 
>>> On 6/18/20 4:55 PM, Kai-Heng Feng wrote:
>>>> Many laptops can be woken up from Suspend-to-Idle by touchpad. This is
>>>> also the default behavior on other OSes.
>>>> So let's enable the wakeup support if the system defaults to
>>>> Suspend-to-Idle.
>>> 
>>> I have been debugging a spurious wakeup issue on an Asus T101HA,
>>> where the system would not stay suspended when the lid was closed.
>>> 
>>> The issue turns out to be that the touchpad is generating touch
>>> events when the lid/display gets close to the touchpad. In this case
>>> wakeup is already enabled by default because it is an USB device.
>> Sounds like a mechanical/hardware issue to me.
> 
> Nope, the laptop is pretty much in new state.

Ack.

> 
>> I've seen some old laptops have the same issue.
>> Swollen battery can push up the touchpad, makes it contact to touchscreen, and wakes up the system.
> 
> This is a 2-in-1 with a detachable keyboard, which is why the
> kbd/touchpad is a USB device rather then i2c-hid. Even if the
> battery were swollen this would push up the back cover of the
> tablet.

What's the behavior on Windows?
I wonder if Windows has a different wakeup policy?
Like disable remote wakeup for USB touchpad and touchscreen?


> 
>>> So I do not believe that this is a good idea, most current devices
>>> with a HID multi-touch touchpad use i2c-hid and also use S2idle,
>>> so this will basically enable wakeup by touchpad on almost all
>>> current devices.
>> However, it's really handy to wake up the system from touchpad.
> 
> I agree this is somewhat handy, but the keyboard (space-bar) is
> usually sitting right next to it. So we can live without it,
> we really need to fix the spurious wakeup issue first, once
> that is fixed I'm fine with enabling wakeup by touchpad.

That's true. Spacebar is a good enough alternative.

> 
>>> There will likely be other devices with the same issue as the T101HA,
>>> but currently we are not seeing this issue because by default i2c-hid
>>> devices do not have wakeup enabled. This change will thus likely cause
>>> new spurious wakeup issues on more devices. So this seems like a
>>> bad idea.
>> But only under lid is closed?
> 
> Right.
> 
>> I wonder if it's okay to handle the case in s2idle_loop() or in userspace?
>> Lid close -> Wakeup event from touchpad -> Found the lid is closed
>> -> Turn off touchpad wakeup -> continue suspend.
> 
> I've discussed doing something about the spurious wakeup issue in
> the kernel with the the kernel input maintainer (Dmitry) here:
> 
> https://lore.kernel.org/linux-acpi/964ca07a-3da5-101f-7edf-64bdeec98a4b@redhat.com/
> 
> He was quite clear that this must be fixed in userspace. We did
> come up with a plan for fixing this in userspace:
> 
> 1) Have udev-rules setting using hwdb for quirks which tags
> some input devices as "input-disable-wake-on-closed-lid".
> A simple udev rule could tag all i2c-hid touchpads with this and
> for the detachable USB keyboards with builtin touchpad some
> 2-in-1s have we can then use quirks in hwdb to set the tag
> on those.

Maybe we can avoid using quirks in hwdb, external USB devices should have "Removable" bit set (i.e. it's external).

> 
> 2) Teach systemd-logind which does the suspend-on-lid on modern
> GNOME3 based systems to disable wakeup on the parent of
> input-devices which have this tag set before suspending.
> 
> As mentioned the kernel can then also use this to save
> some power by disable scanning for fingers on suspend.
> 
> If you have time to work on these 2 items, that would be
> great. Once this is in place I'm fine with the suggested
> kernel change.

Ok, let me investigate a bit more.

> 
> ###
> 
> Semi-off-topic:
> 
> The thread I linked to above is about adding a new inhibit
> feature to the input system, which is intended to allow
> telling the input system system to stop listening for
> events even if userspace has the device open (or it has
> in kernel listeners) once this has landed, we can use
> the same udev-tag to also teach systemd-logind to inhibit
> e.g. the touchpad when the lid is closed but the system is
> not suspending (e.g. external monitor connected).
> Combined with some extra hid-multitouch changes this will
> again allow us to tell the touchpad to stop scanning
> for fingers saving some power.
> 
> The inhibit feature could likewise also be enabled on
> internal touchpads and keyboards when a 360 degree (yoga)
> style 2-in-1 is in tablet mode to avoid accidental key-pressed /
> touchpad touches.

I thought disabling keyboard/touchpad in tablet mode is done by system firmware.
Is it different now?

How does the kernel know it's in tablet mode?

> 
> Note the inhibit when in tablet mode thing would require
> a new: "input-inhibit-on-tablet-mode" tag. At first I
> was thinking to just have an "input-device-is-internal"
> tag, but that would e.g. also apply to the touchscreen,
> on which we do want to disable wakeup when the lid is
> closed, but not when in tablet mode.
> 
> Hmm, I guess to prepare for the inhibit stuff we should
> probably call the other tag "input-inhibit-on-closed-lid"
> rather then "input-disable-wake-on-closed-lid", and then
> systemd-logind can defer that wit should also disable wake
> (or initially only disable wake) from that. Otherwise we
> get 4 possible tags and I don't see a usecase where we
> want to inhibit but not also disable wakeup.

I'll focus on the clamshell case for now, I don't have 2-in-1 in hand right now.

> 
>>> Also your commit message mentions touchpads, but the change
>>> will also enable wakeup on most touchscreens out there, meaning
>>> that just picking up a device in tablet mode and accidentally
>>> touching the screen will wake it up.
>> I tried touch and i2c-hid touchscreen and it doesn't wake up the system.
> 
> I guess the :
> 
>        i2c_hid_set_power(client, I2C_HID_PWR_SLEEP);
> 
> Call from i2c_hid_suspend() causes that, interesting that that
> works for touchscreens but not for touchpads.
> 
> I'm pretty sure that if you comment out that line, your
> patch will cause wake-ups on touchscreens too, which
> IMHO means that your patch should maybe move the above
> call into the else of the:
> 
>        if (device_may_wakeup(&client->dev)) {
> 
> block, if we enable wakeup then it should work. This should
> probably be combined with being smarter about which devices
> to enable wakeup on by default...

Comment out that line doesn't make touchscreen have the ability to wake up the system.

My guess is that there's no ACPI GPIO connects to the touchscreen.

> 
>> However we should still handle the two different cases, probably differentiate touchpad and touchscreen in hid-multitouch.
> 
> Ack, see above.
> 
>>> Also hid multi-touch devices have 3 modes, see the diagrams
>>> in Microsoft hw design guides for win8/10 touch devices:
>>> 1. Reporting events with low latency (high power mode)
>>> 2. Reporting events with high latency (lower power mode)
>>> 3. Not reporting events (lowest power mode)
>>> 
>>> I actually still need to write some patches for hid-multitouch.c
>>> to set the mode to 2 or 3 on suspend depending on the device_may_wakeup
>>> setting of the parent. Once that patch is written, it should
>>> put most i2c-hid mt devices in mode 3, hopefully also helping
>>> with Linux' relative high power consumption when a device is
>>> suspended. With your change instead my to-be-written patch
>>> would put the device in mode 2, which would still be an
>>> improvement but less so.
>> IIRC, touchpad and touchscreen connect to different parents on all laptops I worked on.
>> So I think it's possible to enable mode 2 for touchpad, and mode 3 for touchscreen.
> 
> Ack.
> 
>> Touchpad wake is really handy, let's figure out how to enable it while covering all potential regression risks.
> 
> See above I believe we should first get the userspace bits to disable it
> when the lid is closed in place.  And even then we may need to have
> a Kconfig option to disable it for people running an older userspace,
> but I guess once the userspace bits are there, we can proceed without
> the Kconfig option and then add that later if necessary (if people are
> seeing regressions).

For now, as a comprise, can we still enable the wake up capability but disable it by default?
i.e. "device_init_wakeup(dev, false)" so user can still choose to enable touchpad wakeup at their own discretion.

Kai-Heng

> 
> Regards,
> 
> Hans
> 
> 
>>>> Signed-off-by: Kai-Heng Feng <kai.heng.feng@canonical.com>
>>>> ---
>>>> v3:
>>>>  - Use device_init_wakeup().
>>>>  - Wording change.
>>>> v2:
>>>>  - Fix compile error when ACPI is not enabled.
>>>>  drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c | 10 ++++++++++
>>>>  1 file changed, 10 insertions(+)
>>>> diff --git a/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c b/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
>>>> index 294c84e136d7..dae1d072daf6 100644
>>>> --- a/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
>>>> +++ b/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
>>>> @@ -931,6 +931,12 @@ static void i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(struct device *dev)
>>>>  		acpi_device_fix_up_power(adev);
>>>>  }
>>>>  +static void i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(struct device *dev)
>>>> +{
>>>> +	if (acpi_gbl_FADT.flags & ACPI_FADT_LOW_POWER_S0)
>>>> +		device_init_wakeup(dev, true);
>>>> +}
>>>> +
>>>>  static const struct acpi_device_id i2c_hid_acpi_match[] = {
>>>>  	{"ACPI0C50", 0 },
>>>>  	{"PNP0C50", 0 },
>>>> @@ -945,6 +951,8 @@ static inline int i2c_hid_acpi_pdata(struct i2c_client *client,
>>>>  }
>>>>    static inline void i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(struct device *dev) {}
>>>> +
>>>> +static inline void i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(struct device *dev) {}
>>>>  #endif
>>>>    #ifdef CONFIG_OF
>>>> @@ -1072,6 +1080,8 @@ static int i2c_hid_probe(struct i2c_client *client,
>>>>    	i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(&client->dev);
>>>>  +	i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(&client->dev);
>>>> +
>>>>  	device_enable_async_suspend(&client->dev);
>>>>    	/* Make sure there is something at this address */
Hans de Goede July 3, 2020, 12:27 p.m. UTC | #5
Hi,

On 7/1/20 8:46 AM, Kai-Heng Feng wrote:
> 
> 
>> On Jun 19, 2020, at 17:56, Hans de Goede <hdegoede@redhat.com> wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> On 6/19/20 6:16 AM, Kai-Heng Feng wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>>> On Jun 18, 2020, at 23:28, Hans de Goede <hdegoede@redhat.com> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> On 6/18/20 4:55 PM, Kai-Heng Feng wrote:
>>>>> Many laptops can be woken up from Suspend-to-Idle by touchpad. This is
>>>>> also the default behavior on other OSes.
>>>>> So let's enable the wakeup support if the system defaults to
>>>>> Suspend-to-Idle.
>>>>
>>>> I have been debugging a spurious wakeup issue on an Asus T101HA,
>>>> where the system would not stay suspended when the lid was closed.
>>>>
>>>> The issue turns out to be that the touchpad is generating touch
>>>> events when the lid/display gets close to the touchpad. In this case
>>>> wakeup is already enabled by default because it is an USB device.
>>> Sounds like a mechanical/hardware issue to me.
>>
>> Nope, the laptop is pretty much in new state.
> 
> Ack.
> 
>>
>>> I've seen some old laptops have the same issue.
>>> Swollen battery can push up the touchpad, makes it contact to touchscreen, and wakes up the system.
>>
>> This is a 2-in-1 with a detachable keyboard, which is why the
>> kbd/touchpad is a USB device rather then i2c-hid. Even if the
>> battery were swollen this would push up the back cover of the
>> tablet.
> 
> What's the behavior on Windows?
> I wonder if Windows has a different wakeup policy?
> Like disable remote wakeup for USB touchpad and touchscreen?

I'm afraid I no longer have Windows on the device, so I cannot
test this. I guess that Windows disables the builtin touchpad and
touchscreenn when the lid is closed. That is sensible to do from
a power-management pov even when not suspending, but just closing
the lid and using an external monitor + kbd.

>>>> So I do not believe that this is a good idea, most current devices
>>>> with a HID multi-touch touchpad use i2c-hid and also use S2idle,
>>>> so this will basically enable wakeup by touchpad on almost all
>>>> current devices.
>>> However, it's really handy to wake up the system from touchpad.
>>
>> I agree this is somewhat handy, but the keyboard (space-bar) is
>> usually sitting right next to it. So we can live without it,
>> we really need to fix the spurious wakeup issue first, once
>> that is fixed I'm fine with enabling wakeup by touchpad.
> 
> That's true. Spacebar is a good enough alternative.
> 
>>
>>>> There will likely be other devices with the same issue as the T101HA,
>>>> but currently we are not seeing this issue because by default i2c-hid
>>>> devices do not have wakeup enabled. This change will thus likely cause
>>>> new spurious wakeup issues on more devices. So this seems like a
>>>> bad idea.
>>> But only under lid is closed?
>>
>> Right.
>>
>>> I wonder if it's okay to handle the case in s2idle_loop() or in userspace?
>>> Lid close -> Wakeup event from touchpad -> Found the lid is closed
>>> -> Turn off touchpad wakeup -> continue suspend.
>>
>> I've discussed doing something about the spurious wakeup issue in
>> the kernel with the the kernel input maintainer (Dmitry) here:
>>
>> https://lore.kernel.org/linux-acpi/964ca07a-3da5-101f-7edf-64bdeec98a4b@redhat.com/
>>
>> He was quite clear that this must be fixed in userspace. We did
>> come up with a plan for fixing this in userspace:
>>
>> 1) Have udev-rules setting using hwdb for quirks which tags
>> some input devices as "input-disable-wake-on-closed-lid".
>> A simple udev rule could tag all i2c-hid touchpads with this and
>> for the detachable USB keyboards with builtin touchpad some
>> 2-in-1s have we can then use quirks in hwdb to set the tag
>> on those.
> 
> Maybe we can avoid using quirks in hwdb, external USB devices should have "Removable" bit set (i.e. it's external).

At the USB level there only is a somewhat reliable "removal" bit
for storage devices, defined at the storage protocol level.

For other devices there is:

cat /sys/bus/usb/devices/1-8/removable

This comes from the ACPI tables parsed by:
drivers/usb/core/usb-acpi.c

Which set the port's connect_type variable.

I've tested this on a bunch of 2-in-1s with detachable USB
keyboards and it is almost completely random and not at
all related to the reality (both for the kbd-dock connector
and for other USB ports) this info is so unreliable it is
pretty much useless.

And the kbd-dock is special anyways, the dock is removable,
but when docked / the 2-in-1 is in laptop mode, the touchpad
should be treated as an internal touchpad, as it will be
covered by the display when the lid is closed.

Note I'm mostly referring to 2-in-1's which turn into normal
clamshell laptops when docked into their keyboard dock,
not those with the flimsy type-covers.

Good example's of the type I mean are the Asus T100 series
and the Lenovo Miix 300 / 310 / 320.

>> 2) Teach systemd-logind which does the suspend-on-lid on modern
>> GNOME3 based systems to disable wakeup on the parent of
>> input-devices which have this tag set before suspending.
>>
>> As mentioned the kernel can then also use this to save
>> some power by disable scanning for fingers on suspend.
>>
>> If you have time to work on these 2 items, that would be
>> great. Once this is in place I'm fine with the suggested
>> kernel change.
> 
> Ok, let me investigate a bit more.
> 
>>
>> ###
>>
>> Semi-off-topic:
>>
>> The thread I linked to above is about adding a new inhibit
>> feature to the input system, which is intended to allow
>> telling the input system system to stop listening for
>> events even if userspace has the device open (or it has
>> in kernel listeners) once this has landed, we can use
>> the same udev-tag to also teach systemd-logind to inhibit
>> e.g. the touchpad when the lid is closed but the system is
>> not suspending (e.g. external monitor connected).
>> Combined with some extra hid-multitouch changes this will
>> again allow us to tell the touchpad to stop scanning
>> for fingers saving some power.
>>
>> The inhibit feature could likewise also be enabled on
>> internal touchpads and keyboards when a 360 degree (yoga)
>> style 2-in-1 is in tablet mode to avoid accidental key-pressed /
>> touchpad touches.
> 
> I thought disabling keyboard/touchpad in tablet mode is done by system firmware.
> Is it different now?

It is in some cases but not always.

> How does the kernel know it's in tablet mode?

There are various interfaces for this. I've recently submitted
a series of patches upstream adding an input dev with SW_TABLET
functionality to most 2-in-1s:

-I've done a bunch of fixes making the intel-vbtn code export
  SW_TABLET on more devices

-I've added support for the INT33D3 ACPI device to
  the soc_button_array driver, this device offers direct access
  to a GPIO for SW_TABLET mode (when it has a non empty resource list)

-I've added SW_TABLET support for HP devices using HP's custom WMI
  method for this to the hp_wmi driver.


>> Note the inhibit when in tablet mode thing would require
>> a new: "input-inhibit-on-tablet-mode" tag. At first I
>> was thinking to just have an "input-device-is-internal"
>> tag, but that would e.g. also apply to the touchscreen,
>> on which we do want to disable wakeup when the lid is
>> closed, but not when in tablet mode.
>>
>> Hmm, I guess to prepare for the inhibit stuff we should
>> probably call the other tag "input-inhibit-on-closed-lid"
>> rather then "input-disable-wake-on-closed-lid", and then
>> systemd-logind can defer that wit should also disable wake
>> (or initially only disable wake) from that. Otherwise we
>> get 4 possible tags and I don't see a usecase where we
>> want to inhibit but not also disable wakeup.
> 
> I'll focus on the clamshell case for now, I don't have 2-in-1 in hand right now.

Ok, for the clamshell case it should be easy to have a few'
simple universal (based on the bus/connection type of the touchpad)
udev rules to tag them as "input-disable-wake-on-closed-lid".

Because of the Bay/Cherry Trail hw-enablement I've been doing as
a personal side project I have quite a few 2-in-1s, so I can
build on top of that adding a hwdb template + some initial
entries for tagging the touchpads in detachable keyboards the
same way.


> 
>>
>>>> Also your commit message mentions touchpads, but the change
>>>> will also enable wakeup on most touchscreens out there, meaning
>>>> that just picking up a device in tablet mode and accidentally
>>>> touching the screen will wake it up.
>>> I tried touch and i2c-hid touchscreen and it doesn't wake up the system.
>>
>> I guess the :
>>
>>         i2c_hid_set_power(client, I2C_HID_PWR_SLEEP);
>>
>> Call from i2c_hid_suspend() causes that, interesting that that
>> works for touchscreens but not for touchpads.
>>
>> I'm pretty sure that if you comment out that line, your
>> patch will cause wake-ups on touchscreens too, which
>> IMHO means that your patch should maybe move the above
>> call into the else of the:
>>
>>         if (device_may_wakeup(&client->dev)) {
>>
>> block, if we enable wakeup then it should work. This should
>> probably be combined with being smarter about which devices
>> to enable wakeup on by default...
> 
> Comment out that line doesn't make touchscreen have the ability to wake up the system.
> 
> My guess is that there's no ACPI GPIO connects to the touchscreen.

But there is, i2c-hid devices always have an interrupt line,
possibly the touchpad gets powered of on transition to D3 though.

Yes that is probably it, many touchscreens have a _PS3 method
like this:

             Method (_PS3, 0, Serialized)  // _PS3: Power State 3
             {
                 If ((^^^I2C7.AVBL == One))
                 {
                     DATA = 0x1C
                     ^^^I2C7.DL13 = BUFF /* \_SB_.PCI0.I2C6.TCS0.BUFF */
                 }
             }

Which tells the PMIC to turn of the LDO supplying the touchscreen,
so that means no wake from suspend by the touchscreen.

I'm pretty sure you will find something similar in the ACPI
node describing the touchscreen on the device you are testing
with.

If the ACPI tables do not explicitly turn off the device on D3,
then it would be good to disable wake, and it cannot hurt on
devices which do completely power down the touchscreen. So
extending the "input-disable-wake-on-closed-lid" stuff to the
touchscreen is probably a good idea. But for starters lets just
focus on touchpads.

>>> However we should still handle the two different cases, probably differentiate touchpad and touchscreen in hid-multitouch.
>>
>> Ack, see above.
>>
>>>> Also hid multi-touch devices have 3 modes, see the diagrams
>>>> in Microsoft hw design guides for win8/10 touch devices:
>>>> 1. Reporting events with low latency (high power mode)
>>>> 2. Reporting events with high latency (lower power mode)
>>>> 3. Not reporting events (lowest power mode)
>>>>
>>>> I actually still need to write some patches for hid-multitouch.c
>>>> to set the mode to 2 or 3 on suspend depending on the device_may_wakeup
>>>> setting of the parent. Once that patch is written, it should
>>>> put most i2c-hid mt devices in mode 3, hopefully also helping
>>>> with Linux' relative high power consumption when a device is
>>>> suspended. With your change instead my to-be-written patch
>>>> would put the device in mode 2, which would still be an
>>>> improvement but less so.
>>> IIRC, touchpad and touchscreen connect to different parents on all laptops I worked on.
>>> So I think it's possible to enable mode 2 for touchpad, and mode 3 for touchscreen.
>>
>> Ack.
>>
>>> Touchpad wake is really handy, let's figure out how to enable it while covering all potential regression risks.
>>
>> See above I believe we should first get the userspace bits to disable it
>> when the lid is closed in place.  And even then we may need to have
>> a Kconfig option to disable it for people running an older userspace,
>> but I guess once the userspace bits are there, we can proceed without
>> the Kconfig option and then add that later if necessary (if people are
>> seeing regressions).
> 
> For now, as a comprise, can we still enable the wake up capability but disable it by default?
> i.e. "device_init_wakeup(dev, false)" so user can still choose to enable touchpad wakeup at their own discretion.

Yes that sounds reasonable.

Regards,

Hans



> 
> Kai-Heng
> 
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> Hans
>>
>>
>>>>> Signed-off-by: Kai-Heng Feng <kai.heng.feng@canonical.com>
>>>>> ---
>>>>> v3:
>>>>>   - Use device_init_wakeup().
>>>>>   - Wording change.
>>>>> v2:
>>>>>   - Fix compile error when ACPI is not enabled.
>>>>>   drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c | 10 ++++++++++
>>>>>   1 file changed, 10 insertions(+)
>>>>> diff --git a/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c b/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
>>>>> index 294c84e136d7..dae1d072daf6 100644
>>>>> --- a/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
>>>>> +++ b/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
>>>>> @@ -931,6 +931,12 @@ static void i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(struct device *dev)
>>>>>   		acpi_device_fix_up_power(adev);
>>>>>   }
>>>>>   +static void i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(struct device *dev)
>>>>> +{
>>>>> +	if (acpi_gbl_FADT.flags & ACPI_FADT_LOW_POWER_S0)
>>>>> +		device_init_wakeup(dev, true);
>>>>> +}
>>>>> +
>>>>>   static const struct acpi_device_id i2c_hid_acpi_match[] = {
>>>>>   	{"ACPI0C50", 0 },
>>>>>   	{"PNP0C50", 0 },
>>>>> @@ -945,6 +951,8 @@ static inline int i2c_hid_acpi_pdata(struct i2c_client *client,
>>>>>   }
>>>>>     static inline void i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(struct device *dev) {}
>>>>> +
>>>>> +static inline void i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(struct device *dev) {}
>>>>>   #endif
>>>>>     #ifdef CONFIG_OF
>>>>> @@ -1072,6 +1080,8 @@ static int i2c_hid_probe(struct i2c_client *client,
>>>>>     	i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(&client->dev);
>>>>>   +	i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(&client->dev);
>>>>> +
>>>>>   	device_enable_async_suspend(&client->dev);
>>>>>     	/* Make sure there is something at this address */
>
Kai-Heng Feng July 9, 2020, 5:45 a.m. UTC | #6
Hi,

> On Jul 3, 2020, at 20:27, Hans de Goede <hdegoede@redhat.com> wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> On 7/1/20 8:46 AM, Kai-Heng Feng wrote:
>>> On Jun 19, 2020, at 17:56, Hans de Goede <hdegoede@redhat.com> wrote:
>>> 
>>> Hi,
>>> 
>>> On 6/19/20 6:16 AM, Kai-Heng Feng wrote:
>>>> Hi,
>>>>> On Jun 18, 2020, at 23:28, Hans de Goede <hdegoede@redhat.com> wrote:
>>>>> 
>>>>> Hi,
>>>>> 
>>>>> On 6/18/20 4:55 PM, Kai-Heng Feng wrote:
>>>>>> Many laptops can be woken up from Suspend-to-Idle by touchpad. This is
>>>>>> also the default behavior on other OSes.
>>>>>> So let's enable the wakeup support if the system defaults to
>>>>>> Suspend-to-Idle.
>>>>> 
>>>>> I have been debugging a spurious wakeup issue on an Asus T101HA,
>>>>> where the system would not stay suspended when the lid was closed.
>>>>> 
>>>>> The issue turns out to be that the touchpad is generating touch
>>>>> events when the lid/display gets close to the touchpad. In this case
>>>>> wakeup is already enabled by default because it is an USB device.
>>>> Sounds like a mechanical/hardware issue to me.
>>> 
>>> Nope, the laptop is pretty much in new state.
>> Ack.
>>> 
>>>> I've seen some old laptops have the same issue.
>>>> Swollen battery can push up the touchpad, makes it contact to touchscreen, and wakes up the system.
>>> 
>>> This is a 2-in-1 with a detachable keyboard, which is why the
>>> kbd/touchpad is a USB device rather then i2c-hid. Even if the
>>> battery were swollen this would push up the back cover of the
>>> tablet.
>> What's the behavior on Windows?
>> I wonder if Windows has a different wakeup policy?
>> Like disable remote wakeup for USB touchpad and touchscreen?
> 
> I'm afraid I no longer have Windows on the device, so I cannot
> test this. I guess that Windows disables the builtin touchpad and
> touchscreenn when the lid is closed. That is sensible to do from
> a power-management pov even when not suspending, but just closing
> the lid and using an external monitor + kbd.

Ok. This seems worth further investigation.

> 
>>>>> So I do not believe that this is a good idea, most current devices
>>>>> with a HID multi-touch touchpad use i2c-hid and also use S2idle,
>>>>> so this will basically enable wakeup by touchpad on almost all
>>>>> current devices.
>>>> However, it's really handy to wake up the system from touchpad.
>>> 
>>> I agree this is somewhat handy, but the keyboard (space-bar) is
>>> usually sitting right next to it. So we can live without it,
>>> we really need to fix the spurious wakeup issue first, once
>>> that is fixed I'm fine with enabling wakeup by touchpad.
>> That's true. Spacebar is a good enough alternative.
>>> 
>>>>> There will likely be other devices with the same issue as the T101HA,
>>>>> but currently we are not seeing this issue because by default i2c-hid
>>>>> devices do not have wakeup enabled. This change will thus likely cause
>>>>> new spurious wakeup issues on more devices. So this seems like a
>>>>> bad idea.
>>>> But only under lid is closed?
>>> 
>>> Right.
>>> 
>>>> I wonder if it's okay to handle the case in s2idle_loop() or in userspace?
>>>> Lid close -> Wakeup event from touchpad -> Found the lid is closed
>>>> -> Turn off touchpad wakeup -> continue suspend.
>>> 
>>> I've discussed doing something about the spurious wakeup issue in
>>> the kernel with the the kernel input maintainer (Dmitry) here:
>>> 
>>> https://lore.kernel.org/linux-acpi/964ca07a-3da5-101f-7edf-64bdeec98a4b@redhat.com/
>>> 
>>> He was quite clear that this must be fixed in userspace. We did
>>> come up with a plan for fixing this in userspace:
>>> 
>>> 1) Have udev-rules setting using hwdb for quirks which tags
>>> some input devices as "input-disable-wake-on-closed-lid".
>>> A simple udev rule could tag all i2c-hid touchpads with this and
>>> for the detachable USB keyboards with builtin touchpad some
>>> 2-in-1s have we can then use quirks in hwdb to set the tag
>>> on those.
>> Maybe we can avoid using quirks in hwdb, external USB devices should have "Removable" bit set (i.e. it's external).
> 
> At the USB level there only is a somewhat reliable "removal" bit
> for storage devices, defined at the storage protocol level.
> 
> For other devices there is:
> 
> cat /sys/bus/usb/devices/1-8/removable
> 
> This comes from the ACPI tables parsed by:
> drivers/usb/core/usb-acpi.c
> 
> Which set the port's connect_type variable.

Actually most laptops I've used correctly marked internally connected USB 2 device with Removable bit.
And that's the reason why USB2 LPM, which only enables when Removable == 1, caused many issues for us.

> 
> I've tested this on a bunch of 2-in-1s with detachable USB
> keyboards and it is almost completely random and not at
> all related to the reality (both for the kbd-dock connector
> and for other USB ports) this info is so unreliable it is
> pretty much useless.

Ok, that means USB2 LPM will be inadvertently enabled for those devices...
Doesn't sound right.

> 
> And the kbd-dock is special anyways, the dock is removable,
> but when docked / the 2-in-1 is in laptop mode, the touchpad
> should be treated as an internal touchpad, as it will be
> covered by the display when the lid is closed.
> 
> Note I'm mostly referring to 2-in-1's which turn into normal
> clamshell laptops when docked into their keyboard dock,
> not those with the flimsy type-covers.
> 
> Good example's of the type I mean are the Asus T100 series
> and the Lenovo Miix 300 / 310 / 320.

Ok, good to know the difference.

> 
>>> 2) Teach systemd-logind which does the suspend-on-lid on modern
>>> GNOME3 based systems to disable wakeup on the parent of
>>> input-devices which have this tag set before suspending.
>>> 
>>> As mentioned the kernel can then also use this to save
>>> some power by disable scanning for fingers on suspend.
>>> 
>>> If you have time to work on these 2 items, that would be
>>> great. Once this is in place I'm fine with the suggested
>>> kernel change.
>> Ok, let me investigate a bit more.
>>> 
>>> ###
>>> 
>>> Semi-off-topic:
>>> 
>>> The thread I linked to above is about adding a new inhibit
>>> feature to the input system, which is intended to allow
>>> telling the input system system to stop listening for
>>> events even if userspace has the device open (or it has
>>> in kernel listeners) once this has landed, we can use
>>> the same udev-tag to also teach systemd-logind to inhibit
>>> e.g. the touchpad when the lid is closed but the system is
>>> not suspending (e.g. external monitor connected).
>>> Combined with some extra hid-multitouch changes this will
>>> again allow us to tell the touchpad to stop scanning
>>> for fingers saving some power.
>>> 
>>> The inhibit feature could likewise also be enabled on
>>> internal touchpads and keyboards when a 360 degree (yoga)
>>> style 2-in-1 is in tablet mode to avoid accidental key-pressed /
>>> touchpad touches.
>> I thought disabling keyboard/touchpad in tablet mode is done by system firmware.
>> Is it different now?
> 
> It is in some cases but not always.
> 
>> How does the kernel know it's in tablet mode?
> 
> There are various interfaces for this. I've recently submitted
> a series of patches upstream adding an input dev with SW_TABLET
> functionality to most 2-in-1s:
> 
> -I've done a bunch of fixes making the intel-vbtn code export
> SW_TABLET on more devices
> 
> -I've added support for the INT33D3 ACPI device to
> the soc_button_array driver, this device offers direct access
> to a GPIO for SW_TABLET mode (when it has a non empty resource list)
> 
> -I've added SW_TABLET support for HP devices using HP's custom WMI
> method for this to the hp_wmi driver.

Thanks for implementing this.

Seems like more and more devices will use software-based implementation for disabling input device.

> 
> 
>>> Note the inhibit when in tablet mode thing would require
>>> a new: "input-inhibit-on-tablet-mode" tag. At first I
>>> was thinking to just have an "input-device-is-internal"
>>> tag, but that would e.g. also apply to the touchscreen,
>>> on which we do want to disable wakeup when the lid is
>>> closed, but not when in tablet mode.
>>> 
>>> Hmm, I guess to prepare for the inhibit stuff we should
>>> probably call the other tag "input-inhibit-on-closed-lid"
>>> rather then "input-disable-wake-on-closed-lid", and then
>>> systemd-logind can defer that wit should also disable wake
>>> (or initially only disable wake) from that. Otherwise we
>>> get 4 possible tags and I don't see a usecase where we
>>> want to inhibit but not also disable wakeup.
>> I'll focus on the clamshell case for now, I don't have 2-in-1 in hand right now.
> 
> Ok, for the clamshell case it should be easy to have a few'
> simple universal (based on the bus/connection type of the touchpad)
> udev rules to tag them as "input-disable-wake-on-closed-lid".
> 
> Because of the Bay/Cherry Trail hw-enablement I've been doing as
> a personal side project I have quite a few 2-in-1s, so I can
> build on top of that adding a hwdb template + some initial
> entries for tagging the touchpads in detachable keyboards the
> same way.

Ack.

> 
> 
>>> 
>>>>> Also your commit message mentions touchpads, but the change
>>>>> will also enable wakeup on most touchscreens out there, meaning
>>>>> that just picking up a device in tablet mode and accidentally
>>>>> touching the screen will wake it up.
>>>> I tried touch and i2c-hid touchscreen and it doesn't wake up the system.
>>> 
>>> I guess the :
>>> 
>>>        i2c_hid_set_power(client, I2C_HID_PWR_SLEEP);
>>> 
>>> Call from i2c_hid_suspend() causes that, interesting that that
>>> works for touchscreens but not for touchpads.
>>> 
>>> I'm pretty sure that if you comment out that line, your
>>> patch will cause wake-ups on touchscreens too, which
>>> IMHO means that your patch should maybe move the above
>>> call into the else of the:
>>> 
>>>        if (device_may_wakeup(&client->dev)) {
>>> 
>>> block, if we enable wakeup then it should work. This should
>>> probably be combined with being smarter about which devices
>>> to enable wakeup on by default...
>> Comment out that line doesn't make touchscreen have the ability to wake up the system.
>> My guess is that there's no ACPI GPIO connects to the touchscreen.
> 
> But there is, i2c-hid devices always have an interrupt line,
> possibly the touchpad gets powered of on transition to D3 though.
> 
> Yes that is probably it, many touchscreens have a _PS3 method
> like this:
> 
>            Method (_PS3, 0, Serialized)  // _PS3: Power State 3
>            {
>                If ((^^^I2C7.AVBL == One))
>                {
>                    DATA = 0x1C
>                    ^^^I2C7.DL13 = BUFF /* \_SB_.PCI0.I2C6.TCS0.BUFF */
>                }
>            }
> 
> Which tells the PMIC to turn of the LDO supplying the touchscreen,
> so that means no wake from suspend by the touchscreen.
> 
> I'm pretty sure you will find something similar in the ACPI
> node describing the touchscreen on the device you are testing
> with.
> 
> If the ACPI tables do not explicitly turn off the device on D3,
> then it would be good to disable wake, and it cannot hurt on
> devices which do completely power down the touchscreen. So
> extending the "input-disable-wake-on-closed-lid" stuff to the
> touchscreen is probably a good idea. But for starters lets just
> focus on touchpads.

Ok, thanks for the explanation!

> 
>>>> However we should still handle the two different cases, probably differentiate touchpad and touchscreen in hid-multitouch.
>>> 
>>> Ack, see above.
>>> 
>>>>> Also hid multi-touch devices have 3 modes, see the diagrams
>>>>> in Microsoft hw design guides for win8/10 touch devices:
>>>>> 1. Reporting events with low latency (high power mode)
>>>>> 2. Reporting events with high latency (lower power mode)
>>>>> 3. Not reporting events (lowest power mode)
>>>>> 
>>>>> I actually still need to write some patches for hid-multitouch.c
>>>>> to set the mode to 2 or 3 on suspend depending on the device_may_wakeup
>>>>> setting of the parent. Once that patch is written, it should
>>>>> put most i2c-hid mt devices in mode 3, hopefully also helping
>>>>> with Linux' relative high power consumption when a device is
>>>>> suspended. With your change instead my to-be-written patch
>>>>> would put the device in mode 2, which would still be an
>>>>> improvement but less so.
>>>> IIRC, touchpad and touchscreen connect to different parents on all laptops I worked on.
>>>> So I think it's possible to enable mode 2 for touchpad, and mode 3 for touchscreen.
>>> 
>>> Ack.
>>> 
>>>> Touchpad wake is really handy, let's figure out how to enable it while covering all potential regression risks.
>>> 
>>> See above I believe we should first get the userspace bits to disable it
>>> when the lid is closed in place.  And even then we may need to have
>>> a Kconfig option to disable it for people running an older userspace,
>>> but I guess once the userspace bits are there, we can proceed without
>>> the Kconfig option and then add that later if necessary (if people are
>>> seeing regressions).
>> For now, as a comprise, can we still enable the wake up capability but disable it by default?
>> i.e. "device_init_wakeup(dev, false)" so user can still choose to enable touchpad wakeup at their own discretion.
> 
> Yes that sounds reasonable.

Thanks, will send a new revision.

Kai-Heng

> 
> Regards,
> 
> Hans
> 
> 
> 
>> Kai-Heng
>>> 
>>> Regards,
>>> 
>>> Hans
>>> 
>>> 
>>>>>> Signed-off-by: Kai-Heng Feng <kai.heng.feng@canonical.com>
>>>>>> ---
>>>>>> v3:
>>>>>>  - Use device_init_wakeup().
>>>>>>  - Wording change.
>>>>>> v2:
>>>>>>  - Fix compile error when ACPI is not enabled.
>>>>>>  drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c | 10 ++++++++++
>>>>>>  1 file changed, 10 insertions(+)
>>>>>> diff --git a/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c b/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
>>>>>> index 294c84e136d7..dae1d072daf6 100644
>>>>>> --- a/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
>>>>>> +++ b/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
>>>>>> @@ -931,6 +931,12 @@ static void i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(struct device *dev)
>>>>>>  		acpi_device_fix_up_power(adev);
>>>>>>  }
>>>>>>  +static void i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(struct device *dev)
>>>>>> +{
>>>>>> +	if (acpi_gbl_FADT.flags & ACPI_FADT_LOW_POWER_S0)
>>>>>> +		device_init_wakeup(dev, true);
>>>>>> +}
>>>>>> +
>>>>>>  static const struct acpi_device_id i2c_hid_acpi_match[] = {
>>>>>>  	{"ACPI0C50", 0 },
>>>>>>  	{"PNP0C50", 0 },
>>>>>> @@ -945,6 +951,8 @@ static inline int i2c_hid_acpi_pdata(struct i2c_client *client,
>>>>>>  }
>>>>>>    static inline void i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(struct device *dev) {}
>>>>>> +
>>>>>> +static inline void i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(struct device *dev) {}
>>>>>>  #endif
>>>>>>    #ifdef CONFIG_OF
>>>>>> @@ -1072,6 +1080,8 @@ static int i2c_hid_probe(struct i2c_client *client,
>>>>>>    	i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(&client->dev);
>>>>>>  +	i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(&client->dev);
>>>>>> +
>>>>>>  	device_enable_async_suspend(&client->dev);
>>>>>>    	/* Make sure there is something at this address */
diff mbox series

Patch

diff --git a/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c b/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
index 294c84e136d7..dae1d072daf6 100644
--- a/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
+++ b/drivers/hid/i2c-hid/i2c-hid-core.c
@@ -931,6 +931,12 @@  static void i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(struct device *dev)
 		acpi_device_fix_up_power(adev);
 }
 
+static void i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(struct device *dev)
+{
+	if (acpi_gbl_FADT.flags & ACPI_FADT_LOW_POWER_S0)
+		device_init_wakeup(dev, true);
+}
+
 static const struct acpi_device_id i2c_hid_acpi_match[] = {
 	{"ACPI0C50", 0 },
 	{"PNP0C50", 0 },
@@ -945,6 +951,8 @@  static inline int i2c_hid_acpi_pdata(struct i2c_client *client,
 }
 
 static inline void i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(struct device *dev) {}
+
+static inline void i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(struct device *dev) {}
 #endif
 
 #ifdef CONFIG_OF
@@ -1072,6 +1080,8 @@  static int i2c_hid_probe(struct i2c_client *client,
 
 	i2c_hid_acpi_fix_up_power(&client->dev);
 
+	i2c_hid_acpi_enable_wakeup(&client->dev);
+
 	device_enable_async_suspend(&client->dev);
 
 	/* Make sure there is something at this address */