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SubjectRe: [PATCH v4 07/10] drivers: pinctrl: msm: setup GPIO irqchip hierarchy
On Thu, Mar 21 2019 at 15:54 -0600, Stephen Boyd wrote:
>Quoting Marc Zyngier (2019-03-16 04:39:48)
>> On Fri, 15 Mar 2019 09:28:31 -0700
>> Stephen Boyd <swboyd@chromium.org> wrote:
>>
>> > Quoting Lina Iyer (2019-03-13 14:18:41)
>> > > @@ -994,6 +1092,22 @@ static int msm_gpio_init(struct msm_pinctrl *pctrl)
>> > > pctrl->irq_chip.irq_request_resources = msm_gpio_irq_reqres;
>> > > pctrl->irq_chip.irq_release_resources = msm_gpio_irq_relres;
>> > >
>> > > + chip->irq.chip = &pctrl->irq_chip;
>> > > + chip->irq.domain_ops = &msm_gpio_domain_ops;
>> > > + chip->irq.handler = handle_edge_irq;
>> > > + chip->irq.default_type = IRQ_TYPE_EDGE_RISING;
>> >
>> > This also changed from v3. It used to be IRQ_TYPE_NONE. Specifying this
>> > here seems to cause gpiolib to print a WARN.
>> >
>> >
>> > /*
>> > * Specifying a default trigger is a terrible idea if DT or ACPI is
>> > * used to configure the interrupts, as you may end up with
>> > * conflicting triggers. Tell the user, and reset to NONE.
>> > */
>> > if (WARN(np && type != IRQ_TYPE_NONE,
>> > "%s: Ignoring %u default trigger\n", np->full_name, type))
>> > type = IRQ_TYPE_NONE;
>> >
>> >
>> > So I guess this change should be dropped. Or at the least, it should be
>> > split out to it's own patch and the motivations can be discussed in the
>> > commit text.
>>
>> It is something I requested (although I expected this to be a
>> different patch, and even a clarification would have been OK).
>>
>> One way or another, the default trigger must match the flow handler. If
>> we set it up with IRQ_TYPE_NONE, what does it mean? The fact that
>> IRQ_TYPE_NONE acts as a wildcard doesn't mean the handle_edge_irq flow
>> handler is a good match for all interrupt types (it is rarely OK for
>> level interrupts).
>
>I think this is a question for Thierry or Linus. I'm not sure why this
>check was put in place in the code. I tried to dig into it really quick
>but I didn't find anything obvious and then I gave up.
>
>Maybe with hierarchical irqdomains we can drop this check? I don't think
>the gpiolib core ever uses this 'default_type' or 'handler' for anything
>once we replace the irqdomain that's used for a particular gpiochip with
>a custom irqdomain. The only user I see, gpiochip_irq_map(), won't ever
>be called so it really ends up being a thing that the driver specific
>irqdomains should check for and reject when parsing the DT and it sees
>IRQ_TYPE_NONE come out.
>
>------8<-------
>diff --git a/drivers/gpio/gpiolib.c b/drivers/gpio/gpiolib.c
>index 144af0733581..fe2f7888c473 100644
>--- a/drivers/gpio/gpiolib.c
>+++ b/drivers/gpio/gpiolib.c
>@@ -1922,7 +1922,7 @@ static int gpiochip_add_irqchip(struct gpio_chip *gpiochip,
> * used to configure the interrupts, as you may end up with
> * conflicting triggers. Tell the user, and reset to NONE.
> */
>- if (WARN(np && type != IRQ_TYPE_NONE,
>+ if (WARN(!gpiochip->irq.domain_ops && np && type != IRQ_TYPE_NONE,
> "%s: Ignoring %u default trigger\n", np->full_name, type))
> type = IRQ_TYPE_NONE;
>
Linus,

Any thoughts on this?

-- Lina

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