[Letux-kernel] [PATCH 0/8] Get sound playback working on the Pandora again
H. Nikolaus Schaller
hns at goldelico.com
Mon Jan 10 18:03:33 CET 2022
> Am 10.01.2022 um 17:46 schrieb Grond <grond66 at riseup.net>:
>> I still see the
>> [ 2438.947601] ti-soc-thermal 48002524.bandgap: eocz timed out waiting h
>> [ 2583.399780] omap_i2c 48060000.i2c: timeout waiting on XUDF bit
>> coming more in bursts - and unclear if it is related to ssh traffic over USB.
>> The reason why I think about that is that it starts (sometimes) if I run
>> apt-get update && apt-get upgrade over ssh. Or some git checkout. And stops when done.
>> Or it may just happen on high processor load.
> Another subtle thing which may trigger it is the vibration. The nub
> driver apparently communicates with the nubs' ATMEGA microcrontrollers
> over the same I2C bus,
yes, it is the nub + touch peripheral bus.
> and the XUDF bit/i2c controller timeout messages
> can be triggered just by moving the nubs slightly (even inadvertently).
That is something I have never seen.
> You might want to try blacklisting the nub driver and see if you can
> still trigger the timeout when using apt.
Ok, will try.
Basically this brings me to an idea: are the i2c pull-up resistors not
properly enabled? Or some pull-downs enabled in parallel to hardware
pull-ups (I have not looked into the schematics)?
>> This all looks like an issue with power management/idling of the processor.
>> Or some interrupt is blocked and not re-enabled.
> I'm not so sure about this explanation. It does not explain how this bug
> continues to crop up on my unit when running the original OpenPandora
> 3.2 kernel. Has anyone else tried running the original kernel after
> encountering this bug? It presents slightly differently in that version;
> there is no mention of "XUDF bit" (which is the result of a later errata
> workaround failing) but the "omap_i2c.3: controller timed out" message
> (which happens after the XUDF message on the letux kernel) likely
> indicates that the same failure is present.
Yes, that is likely the same symptom.
But for me the original 3.2 kernel works fine (well, I don't have the same
user-space then so I can't test apt-get).
What I plan to test next is to install some very old known to be good kernel,
(e.g. 4.14.0 or similar) and try to trigger the xudf issue.
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