Andrew Lunn wrote:
Please can you tell us what PHY which is, and how it is put to sleep
and woken up.
It's the at803x driver.
It goes to sleep in its at803x_suspend() function, which is called by
There is a corresponding at803x_resume(). The problem is that this is
not called by mdiobus_register(). I'm guessing that mdiobus_register()
assumes that the phy is awake.
It seems like a catch-22. mdiobus_register() assumes that the phy is
awake, but you can't wake up the phy until after you call
If the PHY cannot be woken up using MDIO, then maybe you need to look
at the mdio bus reset call?
I looked at that, but it won't work because there is no phydev when the
reset function is called:
It's the same catch-22.
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