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SubjectRe: [PATCH v4 1/8] scsi: ufs: Flush exception event before suspend
On 2020-02-04 11:12, Bart Van Assche wrote:
> On 2020-02-02 22:23, Can Guo wrote:
>> On 2020-01-26 11:29, Bart Van Assche wrote:
>>> On 2020-01-22 23:25, Can Guo wrote:
>>>>              break;
>>>>          case UPIU_TRANSACTION_REJECT_UPIU:
>>>>              /* TODO: handle Reject UPIU Response */
>>>> @@ -5215,7 +5222,14 @@ static void
>>>> ufshcd_exception_event_handler(struct work_struct *work)
>>>>
>>>>  out:
>>>>      scsi_unblock_requests(hba->host);
>>>> -    pm_runtime_put_sync(hba->dev);
>>>> +    /*
>>>> +     * pm_runtime_get_noresume is called while scheduling
>>>> +     * eeh_work to avoid suspend racing with exception work.
>>>> +     * Hence decrement usage counter using pm_runtime_put_noidle
>>>> +     * to allow suspend on completion of exception event handler.
>>>> +     */
>>>> +    pm_runtime_put_noidle(hba->dev);
>>>> +    pm_runtime_put(hba->dev);
>>>>      return;
>>>>  }
>>>>
>>>> @@ -7901,6 +7915,7 @@ static int ufshcd_suspend(struct ufs_hba *hba,
>>>> enum ufs_pm_op pm_op)
>>>>              goto enable_gating;
>>>>      }
>>>>
>>>> +    flush_work(&hba->eeh_work);
>>>>      ret = ufshcd_link_state_transition(hba, req_link_state, 1);
>>>>      if (ret)
>>>>          goto set_dev_active;
>>>
>>> I think this patch introduces a new race condition, namely the
>>> following:
>>> - ufshcd_slave_destroy() tests pm_op_in_progress and reads the value
>>>   zero from that variable.
>>> - ufshcd_suspend() sets hba->pm_op_in_progress to one.
>>> - ufshcd_slave_destroy() calls schedule_work().
>>>
>>> How about fixing this race condition by calling
>>> pm_runtime_get_noresume() before checking pm_op_in_progress and by
>>> reallowing resume if no work is scheduled?
>>
>> If you apply this patch, you will find the change is not in
>> ufshcd_slave_destroy(), but in ufshcd_transfer_rsp_status().
>> So the racing you mentioned above does not exist.
>
> Hi Can,
>
> Apparently I got a function name wrong. Can the following race
> condition
> happen:
> - ufshcd_transfer_rsp_status() tests pm_op_in_progress and reads the
> value zero from that variable.
> - ufshcd_suspend() sets hba->pm_op_in_progress to one.
> - ufshcd_suspend() calls flush_work(&hba->eeh_work).
> - ufshcd_transfer_rsp_status() calls schedule_work(&hba->eeh_work).
>
> Thanks,
>
> Bart.

Hi Bart,

The sequence you mentioned is not possible.

In normal cases, before ufshcd_transfer_rsp_status() returns,
ufshcd_suspend() would not be called (unless you intentionally call
ufshcd_suspend() to screw it). Because ufshcd_transfer_rsp_status() is
called from __ufshcd_transfer_req_compl(), which is being used by either
UFS IRQ handler or err handler. Meanwhile, in
__ufshcd_transfer_req_compl(),
scsi_done() is called only after ufshcd_transfer_rsp_status() returns.
When
we are here, it means UFS driver is still handling requests/tasks, so
suspend
would not kick start at this moment, either runtime suspend or system
suspend.

And this is why below lines work, calling pm_runtime_get_noresume()
within
ufshcd_transfer_rsp_status() can prevent runtime suspend from happening
after we leave ufshcd_transfer_rsp_status().

+ if (schedule_work(&hba->eeh_work))
+ pm_runtime_get_noresume(hba->dev);

Thanks,

Can Guo.

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