Hi Stephen, Yes, I have DT property qpnp-rtc-write set to 1 in my local kernel sources. I have set it because I need write access to the clock.
I am aware that Android on Nexus 5 uses time_daemon utility to manage time. I am trying to port Sailfish OS on Nexus 5 which uses a different utility called dsme to manage time. The ioctl call is coming from this code : https://github.com/nemomobile/dsme/blob/4f8d29664c1b7180b45066c3ac5b3ad50eb91977/modules/iphb.c#L922 and I want this call to be successful. Even if I have qpnp-rtc-write set to 1 I get a transaction denied message in kernel logs while setting time. I want to know what is causing this call to fail and how to avoid it ? On Thu, Jul 24, 2014 at 4:56 AM, Stephen Boyd <sb...@codeaurora.org> wrote: > On 07/23/14 13:28, Siteshwar wrote: >> Hello, >> >> I am trying to set RTC on Nexus 5 (which uses qpnp-rtc driver).and >> getting a permission error while setting it. >> >> I am making following call from my application with valid arguments : >> >> ioctl(rtc_fd, RTC_SET_TIME, tod) >> >> when I make this call I see below messages in dmesg logs : >> >> [ 26.945670] spmi_pmic_arb fc4cf000.qcom,spmi: >> pmic_arb_wait_for_done: transaction denied (0x5) >> [ 26.945743] qcom,qpnp-rtc qpnp-rtc-f85bbe00: SPMI write failed >> [ 26.945856] qcom,qpnp-rtc qpnp-rtc-f85bbe00: Write to RTC reg failed 1 >> >> The transaction denied message is coming from >> https://github.com/CyanogenMod/android_kernel_lge_hammerhead/blob/85564c374b6b082fc447f6dae53a630c04b4ef1c/drivers/spmi/spmi-pmic-arb.c#L158 >> >> It's fairly low level stuff and I am not sure why should it give a >> permission error. The only config option I can find from documentation >> is qpnp-rtc-write >> (https://github.com/CyanogenMod/android_kernel_lge_hammerhead/blob/cm-11.0/Documentation/devicetree/bindings/rtc/qpnp-rtc.txt) >> and it is set in my configurations. In what cases I will get this >> error while setting RTC ? Could this be a bug in the driver ? >> > > qpnp-rtc-write is not a config option. It's a DT property and it states > that the RTC can be written if it's set to 1 (it really should have been > a boolean property). If it isn't set the RTC can't be programmed by the > OS (i.e. it's configured by another entity outside of Linux). Looking at > the dts files in the cyanogenmod kernel you pointed to I don't see this > value set to anything but 0. You say that property is set in your > configurations. Have you modified the DT to have this property set to 1? > If so, don't do that. > > -- > Qualcomm Innovation Center, Inc. is a member of Code Aurora Forum, > hosted by The Linux Foundation > -- Regards, Siteshwar -- To unsubscribe from this list: send the line "unsubscribe linux-arm-msm" in the body of a message to majord...@vger.kernel.org More majordomo info at http://vger.kernel.org/majordomo-info.html