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On 31/08/20 12:30 am, Nicholas Piggin wrote:
> Excerpts from Chris Packham's message of August 28, 2020 8:07 am:

<snip>

>>>>>> I've also now seen the RX FIFO not empty error on the T2080RDB
>>>>>>
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: Transfer done but SPIE_DON isn't set!
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: Transfer done but SPIE_DON isn't set!
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: Transfer done but SPIE_DON isn't set!
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: Transfer done but SPIE_DON isn't set!
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: Transfer done but rx/tx fifo's aren't empty!
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: SPIE_RXCNT = 1, SPIE_TXCNT = 32
>>>>>>
>>>>>> With my current workaround of emptying the RX FIFO. It seems
>>>>>> survivable. Interestingly it only ever seems to be 1 extra byte in the
>>>>>> RX FIFO and it seems to be after either a READ_SR or a READ_FSR.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: tx 70
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: rx 03
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: Extra RX 00
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: Transfer done but SPIE_DON isn't set!
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: Transfer done but rx/tx fifo's aren't empty!
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: SPIE_RXCNT = 1, SPIE_TXCNT = 32
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: tx 05
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: rx 00
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: Extra RX 03
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: Transfer done but SPIE_DON isn't set!
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: Transfer done but rx/tx fifo's aren't empty!
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: SPIE_RXCNT = 1, SPIE_TXCNT = 32
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: tx 05
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: rx 00
>>>>>> fsl_espi ffe110000.spi: Extra RX 03
>>>>>>
>>>>>> From all the Micron SPI-NOR datasheets I've got access to it is
>>>>>> possible to continually read the SR/FSR. But I've no idea why it
>>>>>> happens some times and not others.
>>>>> So I think I've got a reproduction and I think I've bisected the problem
>>>>> to commit 3282a3da25bd ("powerpc/64: Implement soft interrupt replay in
>>>>> C"). My day is just finishing now so I haven't applied too much scrutiny
>>>>> to this result. Given the various rabbit holes I've been down on this
>>>>> issue already I'd take this information with a good degree of skepticism.
>>>>>
>>>> OK, so an easy test should be to re-test with a 5.4 kernel.
>>>> It doesn't have yet the change you're referring to, and the fsl-espi driver
>>>> is basically the same as in 5.7 (just two small changes in 5.7).
>>> There's 6cc0c16d82f88 and maybe also other interrupt related patches
>>> around this time that could affect book E, so it's good if that exact
>>> patch is confirmed.
>> My confirmation is basically that I can induce the issue in a 5.4 kernel
>> by cherry-picking 3282a3da25bd. I'm also able to "fix" the issue in
>> 5.9-rc2 by reverting that one commit.
>>
>> I both cases it's not exactly a clean cherry-pick/revert so I also
>> confirmed the bisection result by building at 3282a3da25bd (which sees
>> the issue) and the commit just before (which does not).
> Thanks for testing, that confirms it well.
>
> [snip patch]
>
>> I still saw the issue with this change applied. PPC_IRQ_SOFT_MASK_DEBUG
>> didn't report anything (either with or without the change above).
> Okay, it was a bit of a shot in the dark. I still can't see what
> else has changed.
>
> What would cause this, a lost interrupt? A spurious interrupt? Or
> higher interrupt latency?
>
> I don't think the patch should cause significantly worse latency,
> (it's supposed to be a bit better if anything because it doesn't set
> up the full interrupt frame). But it's possible.

My working theory is that the SPI_DON indication is all about the TX
direction an now that the interrupts are faster we're hitting an error
because there is still RX activity going on. Heiner disagrees with my
interpretation of the SPI_DON indication and the fact that it doesn't
happen every time does throw doubt on it.

I can't really explain the extra RX byte in the fifo. We know how many
bytes to expect and we pull that many from the fifo so it's not as if
we're missing an interrupt causing us to skip the last byte. I've been
looking for some kind of off-by-one calculation but again if it were
something like that it'd happen all the time.

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