On Thu, 15 Feb 2018, Dave Gerlach wrote:
> Commit 2dc4940360d4 ("regulator: tps65218: Remove all the compatibles")
> changes the probe function of drivers/regulator/tps65218-regulator.c so
> that it iterates through all available regulators and assumes that the
> regulator IDs are sequential and match the order present in the enum
> tps65218_regulator_id. However, for some reason the much older commit
> c0ea88b890d6 ("regulator: tps65218: add support for LS3 current
> regulator") updated all arrays with LS3 at the end but added it second
> to last for the enum.
> Because of this long standing mismatch in order between the
> tps65218_regulator_id enum and the regulator_desc array in the tps65218
> regulator driver, the new probe function causes the strobe values to be
> associated with the wrong regulator ID. This causes LDO1 to fail to
> suspend in tps65218_pmic_set_suspend_disable due to not having anything
> probes for its strobe value. Fix the order in the enum so the probe
> function works as the update intended.
This sounds super fragile.
I'm willing to accept this patch if it 'makes stuff work', but we
should look into why a dynamically assigned enum is sensitive to
ordering. At the very least you should consider providing a comment
with working to that effect.
> Fixes: 2dc4940360d4 ("regulator: tps65218: Remove all the compatibles")
> Signed-off-by: Dave Gerlach <d-gerl...@ti.com>
> include/linux/mfd/tps65218.h | 4 ++--
> 1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
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