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SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/5] misc: rtsx_usb: Use USB remote wakeup signaling for card insertion detection
On Thu, 13 Sep 2018, Kai-Heng Feng wrote:

> I am working on the next version of this series, and the last missing
> puzzle is to differentiate system-wide resume from runtime resume in
> usb_driver's resume() and reset_resume() callback.
>
> The parent device, rtsx_usb, has two child devices, rtsx_usb_ms and
> rtsx_usb_sdmmc.
> pm_request_resume() is used in rtsx_usb's resume() to facilitate USB remote
> wakeup signaling, so we don't need to poll the card slot status.
> But this has a side effect: during system resume the rtsx_usb calls
> pm_request_resume() in its resume(), so child devices calls their
> runtime_resume() instead of resume() callback.

Have you actually observed this? It shouldn't happen.
pm_request_resume() schedules a runtime resume on the PM work queue,
but this work queue is frozen during system sleep. It doesn't unfreeze
until after all the devices have been restored to full power. Thus the
child device's resume() callback should be invoked before
runtime_resume().

> So, is it reasonable to pass pm_message_t to resume() and reset_resume()
> callbacks and use PMSG_IS_AUTO() to differentiate them?

It should not be necessary to do this.

Alan Stern

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