[alsa-devel] DMA interrupt not getting triggered(nailed the problem need solution)

ANISH KUMAR anish.singh at samsung.com
Mon Feb 8 13:15:57 CET 2010

> If the initial hardware state happens to result in LRCLK being where the
 >lrsync() function is trying to get it then the driver will start up, but
 >the misclocking of the configuration will result in ALSA detecting an
 >error which will eventually result in a restart of the audio stream.

From the lrsync function i know that it is just trying to check whether a particular
bit is set or not.So according to my understanding this lrsync function will timeout if the 
clock itself is not coming.

Please forgive for not understanding your reply.
But i am not able to understand "where the lrsync() function is trying to get-FROM YOUR REPLY"??
And misclocking of the configuration??Please explain this term(googling didn't help much).


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