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authorGerd Hoffmann <kraxel@redhat.com>2011-05-19 17:56:19 +0200
committerGerd Hoffmann <kraxel@redhat.com>2011-06-14 12:56:40 +0200
commit8ac6d699c453e0f46e601597e371e9ae58c0237e (patch)
treeabdc76d99cdc78c3a0798e40d0df80af9feb93ab /trace-events
parent0122f47279d18eb79fa63ddc550aa43a98d85faf (diff)
usb-ehci: multiqueue support
This patch adds support for keeping multiple queues going at the same time. One slow device will not affect other devices any more. The patch adds code to manage EHCIQueue structs. It also does a number of changes to the state machine: * The state machine will never ever stop in EXECUTING any more. Instead it will continue with the next queue (aka HORIZONTALQH) when the usb device returns USB_RET_ASYNC. * The state machine will stop processing when it figures it walks in circles (easy to figure now that we have a EHCIQueue struct for each QH we've processed). The bailout logic should not be needed any more. For now it is still in, but will assert() in case it triggers. * The state machine will just skip queues with a async USBPacket in flight. * The state machine will resume processing as soon as the async USBPacket is finished. The patch also takes care to flush the QH struct back to guest memory when needed, so we don't get stale data when (re-)loading it from guest memory in FETCHQH state. It also makes the writeback code to not touch the first three dwords of the QH struct as the EHCI must not write them. This actually fixes a bug where QH chaining changes (next ptr) by the linux ehci driver where overwritten by the emulated EHCI. Signed-off-by: Gerd Hoffmann <kraxel@redhat.com>
Diffstat (limited to 'trace-events')
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1 files changed, 3 insertions, 2 deletions
diff --git a/trace-events b/trace-events
index 3426e14f7..51e2e7cac 100644
--- a/trace-events
+++ b/trace-events
@@ -201,13 +201,14 @@ disable usb_ehci_mmio_writel(uint32_t addr, const char *str, uint32_t val) "wr m
disable usb_ehci_mmio_change(uint32_t addr, const char *str, uint32_t new, uint32_t old) "ch mmio %04x [%s] = %x (old: %x)"
disable usb_ehci_usbsts(const char *sts, int state) "usbsts %s %d"
disable usb_ehci_state(const char *schedule, const char *state) "%s schedule %s"
-disable usb_ehci_qh(uint32_t addr, uint32_t next, uint32_t c_qtd, uint32_t n_qtd, uint32_t a_qtd, int rl, int mplen, int eps, int ep, int devaddr, int c, int h, int dtc, int i) "QH @ %08x: next %08x qtds %08x,%08x,%08x - rl %d, mplen %d, eps %d, ep %d, dev %d, c %d, h %d, dtc %d, i %d"
-disable usb_ehci_qtd(uint32_t addr, uint32_t next, uint32_t altnext, int tbytes, int cpage, int cerr, int pid, int ioc, int active, int halt, int babble, int xacterr) "QH @ %08x: next %08x altnext %08x - tbytes %d, cpage %d, cerr %d, pid %d, ioc %d, active %d, halt %d, babble %d, xacterr %d"
+disable usb_ehci_qh(void *q, uint32_t addr, uint32_t next, uint32_t c_qtd, uint32_t n_qtd, uint32_t a_qtd, int rl, int mplen, int eps, int ep, int devaddr, int c, int h, int dtc, int i) "q %p - QH @ %08x: next %08x qtds %08x,%08x,%08x - rl %d, mplen %d, eps %d, ep %d, dev %d, c %d, h %d, dtc %d, i %d"
+disable usb_ehci_qtd(void *q, uint32_t addr, uint32_t next, uint32_t altnext, int tbytes, int cpage, int cerr, int pid, int ioc, int active, int halt, int babble, int xacterr) "q %p - QTD @ %08x: next %08x altnext %08x - tbytes %d, cpage %d, cerr %d, pid %d, ioc %d, active %d, halt %d, babble %d, xacterr %d"
disable usb_ehci_itd(uint32_t addr, uint32_t next) "ITD @ %08x: next %08x"
disable usb_ehci_port_attach(uint32_t port, const char *device) "attach port #%d - %s"
disable usb_ehci_port_detach(uint32_t port) "detach port #%d"
disable usb_ehci_port_reset(uint32_t port, int enable) "reset port #%d - %d"
disable usb_ehci_data(int rw, uint32_t cpage, uint32_t offset, uint32_t addr, uint32_t len, uint32_t bufpos) "write %d, cpage %d, offset 0x%03x, addr 0x%08x, len %d, bufpos %d"
+disable usb_ehci_queue_action(void *q, const char *action) "q %p: %s"
# hw/usb-desc.c
disable usb_desc_device(int addr, int len, int ret) "dev %d query device, len %d, ret %d"