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SubjectRe: [PATCH] usb: dwc3: gadget: Avoid race between dwc3 interrupt handler and irq thread handler
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Hi,

Janusz Dziedzic <janusz.dziedzic@gmail.com> writes:
>>>> On some platfroms(like x86 platform), when one core is running the USB gadget
>>>> irq thread handler by dwc3_thread_interrupt(), meanwhile another core also can
>>>> respond other interrupts from dwc3 controller and modify the event buffer by
>>>> dwc3_interrupt() function, that will cause getting the wrong event count in
>>>> irq thread handler to make the USB function abnormal.
>>>>
>>>> We should add spin_lock/unlock() in dwc3_check_event_buf() to avoid this race.
>>>
>>> Why not spin_lock_irq ones? This lock seems to be used in both
>>> normal and interrupt threads. Or, I missed anything?
>>
>> this is top half handler. Interrupts are already disabled.
>>
> BTW,
> We don't use spin_lock in top half handler.
> Maybe we should/can switch all spin_lock_irqsave() to simple
> spin_lock() in the thread/callbacks?

in theory, yes we've masked all interrupts from this controller for the
duration of the thread handler. However this breaks networking
gadgets. I can only guess network stack has a hard requirement to run
with IRQs disabled.

> Or there is a reason to use irqsave() version?

see above :-)

--
balbi

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