[v2,0/9] PM: sleep: core: Rearrange the handling of driver power management flags

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Rafael J. Wysocki April 18, 2020, 4:23 p.m.
Hi,

This is an update including some fixes and extra patches based on the
continuation of the discussion [1].

On Friday, April 10, 2020 5:46:27 PM CEST Rafael J. Wysocki wrote:
> Hi Alan,
> 
> Following our recent discussion regarding the DPM_FLAG_* family of flags [1],
> I have decided to follow some of your recommendations and make changes to the
> core code handling those flags.
> 
> The purpose of this is basically to make the code more consistent internally,
> easier to follow and better documented.
> 
> First of all, patch [1/7] changes the PM core to skip driver-level "late"
> and "noirq" suspend callbacks for devices with SMART_SUSPEND set if they are
> still runtime-suspended during the "late" system-wide suspend phase (without
> the patch it does that only if subsystem-level late/noirq/early suspend/resume
> callbacks are not present for the device, which is demonstrably inconsistent)
> and updates the resume part of the code accordingly (it doesn't need to check
> whether or not the subsystem-level callbacks are present any more).
> 
> The next patch, [2/7], is purely cosmetic and its only purpose is to reduce
> the LOC number and move related pieces of code closer to each other.

The first two patches have not changed.

> Patch [3/7] changes the PM core so that it doesn't skip any subsystem-level
> callbacks during system-wide resume (without the patch they may be skipped in
> the "early resume" and "resume" phases due to LEAVE_SUSPENDED being set which
> may be problematic) and to always run the driver's ->resume callback if the
> corresponding subsystem-level callback is not present (without the patch it
> may be skipped if LEAVE_SUSPENDED is set) to let it reverse the changes made
> by the driver's ->suspend callback (which always runs too) if need be.

The difference between this one and patch [3/9] in the v2 is the fixed
definition of dev_pm_may_skip_resume(), renamed to dev_pm_skip_resume() by
one of the next patches.

Patch [4/9] changes the handling of the power.may_skip_resume flag to set it
to 'true' by default and updates the subsystems aware of it to clear it when
they don't want devices to stay in suspend.

> Patches [4-6/7] rename one function in the PM core and two driver PM flags to
> make their names better reflect their purpose.

These are patches [5/9] and [7-8/9] in the v2 and patch [6/9] renames
dev_pm_smart_suspend_and_suspended() to dev_pm_skip_suspend().

> Finally, patch [7/7] updates the documentation of the driver PM flags to
> reflect the new code flows.

This patch [9/9] now and it has been updated to reflect the new code changes.

The pm-sleep-core branch:

  git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/rafael/linux-pm.git \
  pm-sleep-core

contains the v2 now.

Cheers!


[1] https://lore.kernel.org/linux-pm/Pine.LNX.4.44L0.2003251631360.1724-100000@netrider.rowland.org/