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    i2c: designware: Re-init controllers with pm_disabled set on resume · 9d9a152e
    Hans de Goede authored
    On Bay Trail and Cherry Trail devices we set the pm_disabled flag for I2C
    busses which the OS shares with the PUNIT as these need special handling.
    Until now we called dev_pm_syscore_device(dev, true) for I2C controllers
    with this flag set to keep these I2C controllers always on.
    
    After commit 12864ff8 ("ACPI / LPSS: Avoid PM quirks on suspend and
    resume from hibernation"), this no longer works. This commit modifies
    lpss_iosf_exit_d3_state() to only run if lpss_iosf_enter_d3_state() has ran
    before it, so that it does not run on a resume from hibernate (or from S3).
    
    On these systems the conditions for lpss_iosf_enter_d3_state() to run
    never become true, so lpss_iosf_exit_d3_state() never gets called and
    the 2 LPSS DMA controllers never get forced into D0 mode, instead they
    are left in their default automatic power-on when needed mode.
    
    The not forcing of D0 mode for the DMA controllers enables these systems
    to properly enter S0ix modes, which is a good thing.
    
    But after entering S0ix modes the I2C controller connected to the PMIC
    no longer works, leading to e.g. broken battery monitoring.
    
    The _PS3 method for this I2C controller looks like this:
    
                Method (_PS3, 0, NotSerialized)  // _PS3: Power State 3
                {
                    If ((((PMID == 0x04) || (PMID == 0x05)) || (PMID == 0x06)))
                    {
                        Return (Zero)
                    }
    
                    PSAT |= 0x03
                    Local0 = PSAT /* \_SB_.I2C5.PSAT */
                }
    
    Where PMID = 0x05, so we enter the Return (Zero) path on these systems.
    
    So even if we were to not call dev_pm_syscore_device(dev, true) the
    I2C controller will be left in D0 rather then be switched to D3.
    
    Yet on other Bay and Cherry Trail devices S0ix is not entered unless *all*
    I2C controllers are in D3 mode. This combined with the I2C controller no
    longer working now that we reach S0ix states on these systems leads to me
    believing that the PUNIT itself puts the I2C controller in D3 when all
    other conditions for entering S0ix states are true.
    
    Since now the I2C controller is put in D3 over a suspend/resume we must
    re-initialize it afterwards and that does indeed fix it no longer working.
    
    This commit implements this fix by:
    
    1) Making the suspend_late callback a no-op if pm_disabled is set and
    making the resume_early callback skip the clock re-enable (since it now was
    not disabled) while still doing the necessary I2C controller re-init.
    
    2) Removing the dev_pm_syscore_device(dev, true) call, so that the suspend
    and resume callbacks are actually called. Normally this would cause the
    ACPI pm code to call _PS3 putting the I2C controller in D3, wreaking havoc
    since it is shared with the PUNIT, but in this special case the _PS3 method
    is a no-op so we can safely allow a "fake" suspend / resume.
    
    Fixes: 12864ff8 ("ACPI / LPSS: Avoid PM quirks on suspend and resume ...")
    Link: https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=200861
    
    
    Cc: 4.15+ <stable@vger.kernel.org> # 4.15+
    Signed-off-by: default avatarHans de Goede <hdegoede@redhat.com>
    Reviewed-by: default avatarAndy Shevchenko <andriy.shevchenko@linux.intel.com>
    Acked-by: default avatarJarkko Nikula <jarkko.nikula@linux.intel.com>
    Signed-off-by: default avatarWolfram Sang <wsa@the-dreams.de>
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