Re: [PATCH v4 2/3] greybus: Add BeaglePlay Linux Driver

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On 05/09/2023 18:27, Ayush Singh wrote:
>>> +static void hdlc_handle_rx_frame(struct gb_beagleplay *bg)
>>> +{
>>> +	u8 address = bg->rx_buffer[0];
>>> +	char *buffer = &bg->rx_buffer[2];
>>> +	size_t buffer_len = bg->rx_buffer_len - 4;
>>> +
>>> +	switch (address) {
>>> +	case ADDRESS_DBG:
>>> +		hdlc_handle_dbg_frame(bg, buffer, buffer_len);
>>> +		break;
>>> +		hdlc_handle_greybus_frame(bg, buffer, buffer_len);
>>> +		break;
>>> +	default:
>>> +		dev_warn(&bg->serdev->dev, "Got Unknown Frame %u", address);
>> ratelimit
>> Probably as well in several places with possible flooding.
> I don't think `hdlc_handle_rx_frame` is the correct place since it only 
> processes a single completed HDLC frame.  The more appropriate place 
> would be `hdlc_rx` if we want to limit based on the number of HDLC 
> frames or `gb_beagleplay_tty_receive` to limit based on the number of bytes.
> I would like to ask, though, why is rate limiting required here? Won't 
> `serdev_device_ops->receive_buf` already rate limit the number of bytes 
> somewhat? Or is it related to blocking in the 
> `serdev_device_ops->receive_buf` callback? In the case of latter, it 
> would probably make sense to ratelimit based on number of frames, I think.

My comment might not be accurate, so I do not insist. The name of the
function suggested something being called very often (on every frame),
thus you would print warning also very often.

Best regards,

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