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SubjectRe: [PATCH] usb: gadget: udc-core: call udc_stop() before gadget unbind
On Mon, Dec 15, 2014 at 11:05:22AM +0100, Robert Baldyga wrote:
> On 12/15/2014 06:13 AM, Peter Chen wrote:
> > On Fri, Dec 12, 2014 at 02:17:28PM +0100, Robert Baldyga wrote:
> >> As usb function drivers assumes that all usb request will be completed
> >> before function unbind call, we should supply such behavior. In some
> >> cases ep_disable() won't kill all request effectively, because some
> >> IN requests can be in running state. In such situation it's possible
> >> to have unbind function called before last request completion, which
> >> can cause problems.
> >
> > Doesn't the function's disable/unbind should call usb_ep_dequeue to make
> > sure the transfer has ended?
> USB function drivers like ECM or HID surely doesn't. It looks like
> there's assumption that all requests will be completed by UDC driver.

that's a bug on those drivers :-)

> Function ep_disable() should complete requests in hardware driver, but
> at least in DWC2 driver not all requests are completed at this stage

and that's a bug on dwc2 :-)

> (request which are in hardware FIFO are omitted to give them chance to
> be transferred). Those requests are forced to complete in udc_stop()

that's wrong, we're disabling the endpoint anyway. Either dwc2 needs to
wait_for_completion() or forcibly cancel the request. The bottom line is
that control should not exit ep_disable() until all requests have been

> function, and that's why it's needed to be called before unbind.
> >
> > .udc_stop may stop the controller, and .unbind may still visit hardware.
> Hmm, indeed it can be problem.

yes, it will be :-)

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