Re: [PATCHv2] mmc: rpmb: add quirk MMC_QUIRK_BROKEN_RPMB_RETUNE

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On 30/11/23 15:24, Jorge Ramirez-Ortiz, Foundries wrote:
> On 30/11/23 11:34:18, Ulf Hansson wrote:
>> On Wed, 29 Nov 2023 at 17:05, Jorge Ramirez-Ortiz <jorge@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> On the eMMC SanDisk iNAND 7250 configured with HS200, requesting a
>>> re-tune before switching to the RPMB partition would randomly cause
>>> subsequent RPMB requests to fail with EILSEQ:
>>> * data error -84, tigggered in __mmc_blk_ioctl_cmd()
>>> This commit skips the retune when switching to RPMB.
>>> Tested over several days with per minute RPMB reads.
>> This sounds weird to me and needs more testing/debugging in my
>> opinion, especially at the host driver level. Perhaps add some new
>> tests in mmc_test, that does a partition switch to/from any partition
>> and then run regular I/O again to see if the problem is easier to
>> reproduce?
> hi Uffe
> ok I'll have a look - I have never used this driver before, so if you
> have anything in the works I'll be glad to integrated and adapt.
>> The point is, I wonder what is so special with RPMB here? Note that,
>> it has been quite common that host drivers/controllers have had issues
>> with their tuning support, so I would not be surprised if that is the
>> case here too.
> Right, it is just that the tuning function for of-arasan is the generic
> __sdhci_execute_tuning() - only wrapped around arasan DLL reset
> calls. Hence why I aimed for the card: __sdhci_execute_tuning and ZynqMP
> are not recent functions or architectures.
>> Certainly I would be surprised if the problem is at
>> the eMMC card side, but I may be wrong.
> How do maintainers test the tuning methods? is there anything else for
> me to do other than forcing a retune with different partitions?
>> Kind regards
>> Uffe
> For completeness this is the error message - notice that we have a
> trusted application (fiovb) going through OP-TEE and back to the TEE
> supplicant issuing an rpmb read of a variable (pretty normal these days,
> we use it on many different platforms - ST, NXP, AMD/Xilinx, TI..).
> The issue on this Zynqmp platform is scarily simple to reproduce; you
> can ignore the OP-TEE trace, it is just the TEE way of reporting that
> the RPMB read failed.
> root@uz3cg-dwg-sec:/var/rootdirs/home/fio# fiovb_printenv m4hash
> [  461.775084] sdhci-arasan ff160000.mmc: __mmc_blk_ioctl_cmd: data error -84
> E/TC:? 0
> E/TC:? 0 TA panicked with code 0xffff0000
> E/LD:  Status of TA 22250a54-0bf1-48fe-8002-7b20f1c9c9b1
> E/LD:   arch: aarch64
> E/LD:  region  0: va 0xc0004000 pa 0x7e200000 size 0x002000 flags rw-s (ldelf)
> E/LD:  region  1: va 0xc0006000 pa 0x7e202000 size 0x008000 flags r-xs (ldelf)
> E/LD:  region  2: va 0xc000e000 pa 0x7e20a000 size 0x001000 flags rw-s (ldelf)
> E/LD:  region  3: va 0xc000f000 pa 0x7e20b000 size 0x004000 flags rw-s (ldelf)
> E/LD:  region  4: va 0xc0013000 pa 0x7e20f000 size 0x001000 flags r--s
> E/LD:  region  5: va 0xc0014000 pa 0x7e22c000 size 0x005000 flags rw-s (stack)
> E/LD:  region  6: va 0xc0019000 pa 0x816b31fc8 size 0x001000 flags rw-- (param)
> E/LD:  region  7: va 0xc001a000 pa 0x816aa1fc8 size 0x002000 flags rw-- (param)
> E/LD:  region  8: va 0xc006b000 pa 0x00001000 size 0x014000 flags r-xs [0]
> E/LD:  region  9: va 0xc007f000 pa 0x00015000 size 0x008000 flags rw-s [0]
> E/LD:   [0] 22250a54-0bf1-48fe-8002-7b20f1c9c9b1 @ 0xc006b000
> E/LD:  Call stack:
> E/LD:   0xc006de58
> E/LD:   0xc006b388
> E/LD:   0xc006ed40
> E/LD:   0xc006b624
> Read persistent value for m4hash failed: Exec format error

Have you tried dynamic debug for mmc

    Kernel must be configured:


    To enable mmc debug via sysfs:

        echo 'file drivers/mmc/core/* +p' > /sys/kernel/debug/dynamic_debug/control
        echo 'file drivers/mmc/host/* +p' > /sys/kernel/debug/dynamic_debug/control

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