Re: [PATCH v3 2/2] PCI: qcom: properly implement RC shutdown/power up

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On Wed, Mar 27, 2024 at 08:49:09PM +0100, Konrad Dybcio wrote:
> Currently, we've only been minimizing the power draw while keeping the
> RC up at all times. This is suboptimal, as it draws a whole lot of power
> and prevents the SoC from power collapsing.
> Implement full shutdown and re-initialization to allow for powering off
> the controller.
> This is mainly intended for SC8280XP with a broken power rail setup,
> which requires a full RC shutdown/reinit in order to reach SoC-wide
> power collapse, but sleeping is generally better than not sleeping and
> less destructive suspend can be implemented later for platforms that
> support it.

Second try (first at

  - Capitalize subject lines to match history (sorry, I didn't mention
    the first time)

  - Drop or replace "properly" with something specific

  - "... minimizing power draw while keeping RC up at all times ...
    draws a whole lot of power" doesn't quite make sense to me

  - Reword or explain "power collapse"

  - No COMPILE_TEST provision (maybe it turned out to be impractical?)

  - Magic delay numbers below with no citation or explanation.  Even a
    short comment could be a hint about how to verify and potentially
    change in the future.  A #define for readl_poll_timeout() would be
    helpful as a place for a comment and because the name could
    include "_US" to show the units.

  - Add "()" after function names in comments


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