cvs commit: src/sys/i386/bios apm.c
nate at root.org
Wed Nov 14 08:33:59 PST 2007
Marko Zec wrote:
> On Wednesday 14 November 2007 10:01:32 Kris Kennaway wrote:
>> Julian Elischer wrote:
>>> julian 2007-11-14 05:43:55 UTC
>>> FreeBSD src repository
>>> Modified files:
>>> sys/i386/bios apm.c
>>> Apply the same sort of locking done in
>>> sys/dev/acpica/acpi.c rev 1.196 a while ago:
>>> Grab Giant around calls to DEVICE_SUSPEND/RESUME in
>>> If we are resuming non-MPSAFE drivers, they need Giant held for
>>> them. This may fix some obscure suspend/resume problems. It has
>>> fixed keyrate setting problems that were triggered by cardbus
>>> (MPSAFE) changing the ordering for syscons resume (non-MPSAFE).
>>> Also, add some asserts that Giant is held in our suspend/resume and
>>> shutdown methods.
>>> Submitted by: Marko Zec
>>> Revision Changes Path
>>> 1.149 +10 -0 src/sys/i386/bios/apm.c
>> Why are we adding new unconditional giant acquisitions to the tree?
>> Devices indicate whether or not they are mpsafe, why can't this be
>> made conditional?
> In this case APM is the initiator, i.e. it is attempting to suspend /
> resume all devices in the tree. If Giant is not held at that point,
> suspend handlers for non-mpsafe won't get executed, and as a result
> many such devices (USB in particular) won't work once the machine wakes
> up. ACPI does exactly the same thing already.
> Though I'm not sure if I've answered your question...
The problem is also that newbus is not mpsafe. But really, this is a
different problem than ordinary locking. For suspend on SMP, we really
have to stop all auxiliary CPUs and make the kernel single threaded, not
just acquire Giant. So there really should be a "go single CPU" call
after basic validation is done but before suspending. Since drivers can
return an error ("don't suspend now"), we probably always want to do
this path with Giant held since it's easier to back out than restarting
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