Sebastian Gottschall <s.gottsch...@dd-wrt.com> writes: > you removed the call to leds_start from certain locations but you seem > to have ignored the comment i wrote above the function call.
IIRC I moved the comment to ath10k_leds_start(). > there is a reason why i reinitialize the gpio output state in these > locations. the firmware for 9984 and 99xx resets the gpio registers > at certain points. this will lead to a non working led code. What are the certain points exactly? I tried to be careful that from firmware's point of view the functionality is the same, even if I moved the call to a different location. Did you test the patch? Is it broken now? > so you must set the gpio output to high again and this is the reason > why the function is called "reset_led_pin" and not led_start because > it doesnt start the led in any way. The naming refers to phases of ath10k initialisation which are: create() - destroy() register() - unregister() start() - stop() So the naming doesn't mean that every ath10k_foo_start() has to start something, it just describes the phase of driver initialisation it's called in. > it just resets the output state there is only one work around you may > do. you set the gpio out register to high on every led trigger, but > this is what i wanted to avoid to save cpu time since a wmi call is > more expensive than just a register write. Is this really so frequently called that we need to think about CPU time? How often are we expecting the LED state to change? But I'm not really following you, from firmware point of view the functionality should be the same as with your patch. > so if you want to follow this up. remove ath10k_leds_start > and insert > > ath10k_wmi_gpio_config(ar, ar->hw_params.led_pin, 0, > WMI_GPIO_PULL_NONE, WMI_GPIO_INTTYPE_DISABLE); > > in ath10k_leds_set_brightness_blocking Calling ath10k_wmi_gpio_config() every time sounds like quite odd to me and your patch didn't do that either. Are you sure this is really needed? -- Kalle Valo _______________________________________________ ath10k mailing list email@example.com http://lists.infradead.org/mailman/listinfo/ath10k