Re: [PATCH 00/11] Sort out sdio_uart - stage two
From: Nicolas Pitre
Date: Tue Nov 03 2009 - 20:48:20 EST
On Wed, 4 Nov 2009, Alan Cox wrote:
> > >From what I can see, sdio_uart_open() and sdio_uart_activate() are
> > called on the first cat invocation, and then sdio_uart_close() and
> > sdio_uart_shutdown() when cat is stopped with ^C. However neither
> I would have expected the cat to terminate when the port is unplugged
> (and the uart remove method called - doing a hangup)
That works fine... the first time only. After the card is inserted back
then -EIO is always returned on open() from user space, same thing as
subsequent open() after ^C.
> > sdio_uart_open() nor sdio_uart_activate() is ever called anymore with
> > any subsequent cat invocations until a reboot. Some upper layer must
> > have taken upon itself to return -EIO to user space.
> The first call into the driver is to sdio_uart_install which looks up the
> port from tty->index and would blow up if for some reason the get method
Well, same issue: I see it being called the first time. No calls what
so ever afterward until the next reboot.
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