[Gta04-owner] [PATCH] OMAP: DSS: DPI: disable vt-switch on suspend/resume.

Tomi Valkeinen tomi.valkeinen at ti.com
Wed Feb 25 11:03:36 CET 2015


On 25/02/15 11:37, NeilBrown wrote:
> 
> These devices do not need to return to non-graphic console
> for suspend, so disable that option.
> This means there is less work to do in the suspend/resume cycle,
> making it smoother and cheaper.
> 
> 
> Signed-off-by: NeilBrown <neil at brown.name>
> 
> --
> Hi Tomi,
>  I wonder if you would consider this patch too.  It works for me and
> removes pointless vt switching.  I assume no-one would need or want that
> switching on suspend/resume but I guess I cannot be certain.
> 
> Maybe a module-parameter could be used if there was any uncertainty.

I was just yesterday picking patches from TI's kernel on top of
mainline, and there's a similar one for omapfb and for omapdrm. Here's
for omapfb:

http://git.ti.com/android-sdk/kernel-video/commit/5915d8744c927307987b12b14bc6aa37b3bac05c?format=patch

The patch in TI's kernel claims it's needed to make resume work. You're
saying it just optimizes suspend/resume. I hadn't picked this up
earlier, because I didn't understand why pm_set_vt_switch() would be
needed to make resume work. And never had time to study it, so I still
don't know what it's about...

Looking at the drivers/tty/vt/vt_ioctl.c, it sounds to me that we should
always do pm_set_vt_switch(0), as omapdss restores everything just fine
on resume. Although it makes me wonder how it works if there are two
display controllers, one needing the switch and the other not...

Your patch does the call in a bit odd place, so I'll be queuing the
patches for omapfb and omapdrm. Or actually, maybe the call could be
done in one place in omapdss driver, as you do, but in omap_dsshw_probe().

 Tomi


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