Re: [patch] properly stop devices before poweroff
From: Adam Belay
Date: Sun May 01 2005 - 17:22:15 EST
On Mon, May 02, 2005 at 04:09:08AM +0900, Kenji Kaneshige wrote:
> Andrew Morton wrote:
> >Pavel Machek <pavel@xxxxxx> wrote:
> >>Without this patch, Linux provokes emergency disk shutdowns and
> >>similar nastiness. It was in SuSE kernels for some time, IIRC.
> >With this patch when running `halt -p' my ia64 Tiger (using
> >tiger_defconfig) gets a stream of badnesses in iosapic_unregister_intr()
> >and then hangs up.
> >Unfortunately it all seems to happen after the serial port has been
> >disabled because nothing comes out. I set the console to a squitty font
> >and took a piccy. See
> >I guess it's an ia64 problem. I'll leave the patch in -mm for now.
> I guess the stream of badness was occured as follows:
> pcibios_disable_device() for ia64 assumes that pci_enable_device()
> and pci_disable_device() are balanced. But with 'properly stop
> devices before power off' patch, pci_disable_device() becomes to be
> called twice for e1000 device at halt time, through reboot_notifier_list
> callback and through device_suspend(). As a result,
> was called for already unregistered gsi and then stream of badness
> was displayed.
> I think the following patch will remove this stream of badness. I'm
> sorry but I have not checked if the stream of badness is actually
> removed because I'm on vacation and I can't look at my display
> (I'm working via remote console). Could you try this patch?
> By the way, I don't think this stream of badness is related to hang up,
> because the problem (hang up) was reproduced even on my test kernel that
> doesn't call pcibios_disable_device().
> Kenji Kaneshige
> There might be some cases that pci_disable_device() is called even if
> the device is already disabled. In this case, pcibios_disable_device()
> should not call acpi_pci_irq_disable() for the device.
> Signed-off-by: Kenji Kaneshige <kaneshige.kenji@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Although this would solve the problem, it may or may not be the right thing to
do. The bug is not in pci_disable_device(), it's in the fact that we're
calling pci_disable_device() twice. Whether pci_disable_device() should ignore
this or create an error is an implementation decision. It might make sense to
have it print a warning. Greg, what are your thoughts?
What's important is that we don't want to suspend the device twice (in this
case suspend and reboot_notifier).
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