[alsa-devel] system suspend and live audio streams
jarkko.nikula at bitmer.com
Mon Apr 16 18:10:44 CEST 2012
On 04/16/2012 01:40 PM, Peter Ujfalusi wrote:
> Because we need to write registers (configure McPBSP).
>> I don't know immediately does this require any major changes for McBSP
>> register access that are done in function calls before omap_mcbsp_start
>> (IRCC hwmod might set already ICLK gating for register access) but some
>> code is needed to deal with McBSP register cache restore (due OMAP
>> OFFMODE that might be hit) and most probably for McBSP FIFO draining as
I meant above if hwmod has already set ICLK so (was it autogating?) that
manual enable/disable cycle for ICLK may not be needed for register
access if clock is automatically gated. I have vague memory that I saw
something like this in hwmod for some block but I'm not sure about this.
But that reminds me that did we have some use-case where FCLK was needed
during register access?
> What we need to do is to have proper register store/restore for McBSP to
> support suspend during audio activity. But. Even with that if the McBSP
> is hitting OFF mode we will loose the McBSP FIFO content (invalidated).
> This means we are going to have missing samples. Probably the user will
> not going to notice it, but it is going to happen.
For register store/restore there is already much implemented thanks to
Janusz's register cache workaround for OMAP1510 :-)
For FIFO I was thinking, if possible, to drain it out before going to
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