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2022-01-19io-wq: delete dead lock shuffling codeio_uring-5.17-2022-01-21Jens Axboe
We used to have more code around the work loop, but now the goto and lock juggling just makes it less readable than it should. Get rid of it. Signed-off-by: Jens Axboe <>
2022-01-18io_uring: perform poll removal even if async work removal is successfulJens Axboe
An active work can have poll armed, hence it's not enough to just do the async work removal and return the value if it's different from "not found". Rather than make poll removal special, just fall through to do the remaining type lookups and removals. Reported-by: Florian Fischer <> Link: Signed-off-by: Jens Axboe <>
2022-01-18io-wq: add intermediate work step between pending list and active workJens Axboe
We have a gap where a worker removes an item from the work list and to when it gets added as the workers active work. In this state, the work item cannot be found by cancelations. This is a small window, but it does exist. Add a temporary pointer to a work item that isn't on the pending work list anymore, but also not the active work. This is needed as we need to drop the wqe lock in between grabbing the work item and marking it as active, to ensure that signal based cancelations are properly ordered. Reported-by: Florian Fischer <> Link: Signed-off-by: Jens Axboe <>
2022-01-18io-wq: perform both unstarted and started work cancelations in one goJens Axboe
Rather than split these into two separate lookups and matches, combine them into one loop. This will become important when we can guarantee that we don't have a window where a pending work item isn't discoverable in either state. Signed-off-by: Jens Axboe <>
2022-01-18io-wq: invoke work cancelation with wqe->lock heldJens Axboe
io_wqe_cancel_pending_work() grabs it internally, grab it upfront instead. For the running work cancelation, grab the lock around it as well. Signed-off-by: Jens Axboe <>
2022-01-18io-wq: make io_worker lock a raw spinlockJens Axboe
In preparation to nesting it under the wqe lock (which is raw due to being acquired from the scheduler side), change the io_worker lock from a normal spinlock to a raw spinlock. Signed-off-by: Jens Axboe <>
2022-01-18io-wq: remove useless 'work' argument to __io_worker_busy()Jens Axboe
We don't use 'work' anymore in the busy logic, remove the dead argument. Signed-off-by: Jens Axboe <>
2022-01-14io_uring: fix UAF due to missing POLLFREE handlingPavel Begunkov
Fixes a problem described in 50252e4b5e989 ("aio: fix use-after-free due to missing POLLFREE handling") and copies the approach used there. In short, we have to forcibly eject a poll entry when we meet POLLFREE. We can't rely on io_poll_get_ownership() as can't wait for potentially running tw handlers, so we use the fact that wqs are RCU freed. See Eric's patch and comments for more details. Reported-by: Eric Biggers <> Link: Reported-and-tested-by: Fixes: 221c5eb233823 ("io_uring: add support for IORING_OP_POLL") Signed-off-by: Pavel Begunkov <> Link: [axboe: drop non-functional change from patch] Signed-off-by: Jens Axboe <>
2022-01-13io_uring: Remove unused function req_ref_putJiapeng Chong
Fix the following clang warnings: fs/io_uring.c:1195:20: warning: unused function 'req_ref_put' [-Wunused-function]. Fixes: aa43477b0402 ("io_uring: poll rework") Reported-by: Abaci Robot <> Signed-off-by: Jiapeng Chong <> Link: Signed-off-by: Jens Axboe <>
2022-01-13Merge tag 'mailbox-v5.17' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull mailbox updates from Jassi Brar: - qcom: misc updates to qcom-ipcc driver - mpfs: change compatible string - pcc: - fix handling of subtypes - avoid uninitialized variable - mtk: - add missing of_node_put - enable control_by_sw - silent probe-defer prints - fix gce_num for mt8192 - zynq: add missing of_node_put - imx: check for NULL instead of IS_ERR - appple: switch to generic compatibles - hi3660: convert comments to kernel-doc notation * tag 'mailbox-v5.17' of git:// dt-bindings: mailbox: Add more protocol and client ID mailbox: qcom-ipcc: Support interrupt wake up from suspend mailbox: qcom-ipcc: Support more IPCC instance mailbox: qcom-ipcc: Dynamic alloc for channel arrangement mailbox: change mailbox-mpfs compatible string mailbox: pcc: Handle all PCC subtypes correctly in pcc_mbox_irq mailbox: pcc: Avoid using the uninitialized variable 'dev' mailbox: mtk: add missing of_node_put before return mailbox: zynq: add missing of_node_put before return mailbox: imx: Fix an IS_ERR() vs NULL bug mailbox: hi3660: convert struct comments to kernel-doc notation mailbox: add control_by_sw for mt8195 mailbox: mtk-cmdq: Silent EPROBE_DEFER errors for clks mailbox: fix gce_num of mt8192 driver data mailbox: apple: Bind to generic compatibles dt-bindings: mailbox: apple,mailbox: Add generic and t6000 compatibles
2022-01-13Merge tag 'for-linus' of git:// Torvalds
Pull rdma updates from Jason Gunthorpe: "Another small cycle. Mostly cleanups and bug fixes, quite a bit assisted from bots. There are a few new syzkaller splats that haven't been solved yet but they should get into the rcs in a few weeks, I think. Summary: - Update drivers to use common helpers for GUIDs, pkeys, bitmaps, memset_startat, and others - General code cleanups from bots - Simplify some of the rxe pool code in preparation for a larger rework - Clean out old stuff from hns, including all support for hip06 devices - Fix a bug where GID table entries could be missed if the table had holes in it - Rename paths and sessions in rtrs for better understandability - Consolidate the roce source port selection code - NDR speed support in mlx5" * tag 'for-linus' of git:// (83 commits) RDMA/irdma: Remove the redundant return RDMA/rxe: Use the standard method to produce udp source port RDMA/irdma: Make the source udp port vary RDMA/hns: Replace get_udp_sport with rdma_get_udp_sport RDMA/core: Calculate UDP source port based on flow label or lqpn/rqpn IB/qib: Fix typos RDMA/rtrs-clt: Rename rtrs_clt to rtrs_clt_sess RDMA/rtrs-srv: Rename rtrs_srv to rtrs_srv_sess RDMA/rtrs-clt: Rename rtrs_clt_sess to rtrs_clt_path RDMA/rtrs-srv: Rename rtrs_srv_sess to rtrs_srv_path RDMA/rtrs: Rename rtrs_sess to rtrs_path RDMA/hns: Modify the hop num of HIP09 EQ to 1 IB/iser: Align coding style across driver IB/iser: Remove un-needed casting to/from void pointer IB/iser: Don't suppress send completions IB/iser: Rename ib_ret local variable IB/iser: Fix RNR errors IB/iser: Remove deprecated pi_guard module param IB/mlx5: Expose NDR speed through MAD RDMA/cxgb4: Set queue pair state when being queried ...
2022-01-13Merge tag 'v5.16' into rdma.git for-nextJason Gunthorpe
To resolve minor conflict in: drivers/infiniband/hw/mlx5/mlx5_ib.h By merging both hunks. Signed-off-by: Jason Gunthorpe <>
2022-01-13Merge tag 'irq-msi-2022-01-13' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull MSI irq updates from Thomas Gleixner: "Rework of the MSI interrupt infrastructure. This is a treewide cleanup and consolidation of MSI interrupt handling in preparation for further changes in this area which are necessary to: - address existing shortcomings in the VFIO area - support the upcoming Interrupt Message Store functionality which decouples the message store from the PCI config/MMIO space" * tag 'irq-msi-2022-01-13' of git:// (94 commits) genirq/msi: Populate sysfs entry only once PCI/MSI: Unbreak pci_irq_get_affinity() genirq/msi: Convert storage to xarray genirq/msi: Simplify sysfs handling genirq/msi: Add abuse prevention comment to msi header genirq/msi: Mop up old interfaces genirq/msi: Convert to new functions genirq/msi: Make interrupt allocation less convoluted platform-msi: Simplify platform device MSI code platform-msi: Let core code handle MSI descriptors bus: fsl-mc-msi: Simplify MSI descriptor handling soc: ti: ti_sci_inta_msi: Remove ti_sci_inta_msi_domain_free_irqs() soc: ti: ti_sci_inta_msi: Rework MSI descriptor allocation NTB/msi: Convert to msi_on_each_desc() PCI: hv: Rework MSI handling powerpc/mpic_u3msi: Use msi_for_each-desc() powerpc/fsl_msi: Use msi_for_each_desc() powerpc/pasemi/msi: Convert to msi_on_each_dec() powerpc/cell/axon_msi: Convert to msi_on_each_desc() powerpc/4xx/hsta: Rework MSI handling ...
2022-01-13Merge tag 'timers-core-2022-01-13' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull timer updates from Thomas Gleixner: "Updates for the time(r) subsystem: Core: - Make the clocksource watchdog more robust by better validation checks of the measurement. Drivers: - New drivers for MStar and SSD20xd SOCs - The usual cleanups and improvements all over the place" * tag 'timers-core-2022-01-13' of git:// dt-bindings: timer: Add Mstar MSC313e timer devicetree bindings documentation clocksource/drivers/msc313e: Add support for ssd20xd-based platforms clocksource/drivers: Add MStar MSC313e timer support clocksource/drivers/pistachio: Fix -Wunused-but-set-variable warning clocksource/drivers/timer-imx-sysctr: Set cpumask to cpu_possible_mask clocksource/drivers/imx-sysctr: Mark two variable with __ro_after_init clocksource/drivers/renesas,ostm: Make RENESAS_OSTM symbol visible clocksource/drivers/renesas-ostm: Add RZ/G2L OSTM support dt-bindings: timer: renesas: ostm: Document Renesas RZ/G2L OSTM clocksource/drivers/exynos_mct: Fix silly typo resulting in checkpatch warning clocksource: Reduce the default clocksource_watchdog() retries to 2 clocksource: Avoid accidental unstable marking of clocksources dt-bindings: timer: tpm-timer: Add imx8ulp compatible string reset: Add of_reset_control_get_optional_exclusive() clocksource/drivers/exynos_mct: Refactor resources allocation dt-bindings: timer: remove rockchip,rk3066-timer compatible string from rockchip,rk-timer.yaml dt-bindings: timer: cadence_ttc: Add power-domains
2022-01-13Merge tag 'irq-core-2022-01-13' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull irq updates from Thomas Gleixner: "Updates for the interrupt subsystem: Core: - Provide a new interface for affinity hints to provide a separation between hint and actual affinity change which has become a hidden property of the current interface - Fix up the in tree usage of the affinity hint interfaces Drivers: - No new irqchip drivers! - Fix GICv3 redistributor table reservation with RT across kexec - Fix GICv4.1 redistributor view of the VPE table across kexec - Add support for extra interrupts on spear-shirq - Make obtaining some interrupts optional for the Renesas drivers - Various cleanups and bug fixes" * tag 'irq-core-2022-01-13' of git:// (25 commits) irqchip/renesas-intc-irqpin: Use platform_get_irq_optional() to get the interrupt irqchip/renesas-irqc: Use platform_get_irq_optional() to get the interrupt irqchip/gic-v4: Disable redistributors' view of the VPE table at boot time irqchip/ingenic-tcu: Use correctly sized arguments for bit field irqchip/gic-v2m: Add const to of_device_id irqchip/imx-gpcv2: Mark imx_gpcv2_instance with __ro_after_init irqchip/spear-shirq: Add support for IRQ 0..6 irqchip/gic-v3-its: Limit memreserve cpuhp state lifetime irqchip/gic-v3-its: Postpone LPI pending table freeing and memreserve irqchip/gic-v3-its: Give the percpu rdist struct its own flags field net/mlx4: Use irq_update_affinity_hint() net/mlx5: Use irq_set_affinity_and_hint() hinic: Use irq_set_affinity_and_hint() scsi: lpfc: Use irq_set_affinity() mailbox: Use irq_update_affinity_hint() ixgbe: Use irq_update_affinity_hint() be2net: Use irq_update_affinity_hint() enic: Use irq_update_affinity_hint() RDMA/irdma: Use irq_update_affinity_hint() scsi: mpt3sas: Use irq_set_affinity_and_hint() ...
2022-01-12Merge tag 'clk-for-linus' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull clk updates from Stephen Boyd: "We have a couple patches in the framework core this time around but they're mostly minor cleanups and some debugfs stuff. The real work that's in here is the typical pile of clk driver updates and new SoC support. Per usual (or maybe just recent trends), Qualcomm gains a handful of SoC drivers additions and has the largest diffstat. After that there are quite a few updates to the Allwinner (sunxi) drivers to support modular drivers and Renesas is heavily updated to add more support for various clks. Overall it looks pretty normal. New Drivers: - Add MDMA and BDMA clks to Ingenic JZ4760 and JZ4770 - MediaTek mt7986 SoC basic support - Clock and reset driver for Toshiba Visconti SoCs - Initial clock driver for the Exynos7885 SoC (Samsung Galaxy A8) - Allwinner D1 clks - Lan966x Generic Clock Controller driver and associated DT bindings - Qualcomm SDX65, SM8450, and MSM8976 GCC clks - Qualcomm SDX65 and SM8450 RPMh clks Updates: - Set suppress_bind_attrs to true for i.MX8ULP driver - Switch from do_div to div64_ul for throughout all i.MX drivers - Fix imx8mn_clko1_sels for i.MX8MN - Remove unused IPG_AUDIO_ROOT from i.MX8MP - Switch parent for audio_root_clk to audio ahb in i.MX8MP driver - Removal of all remaining uses of __clk_lookup() in drivers/clk/samsung - Refactoring of the CPU clocks registration to use common interface - An update of the Exynos850 driver (support for more clock domains) required by the E850-96 development board - Prep for runtime PM and generic power domains on Tegra - Support modular Allwinner clk drivers via platform bus - Lan966x clock driver extended to support clock gating - Add serial (SCI1), watchdog (WDT), timer (OSTM), SPI (RSPI), and thermal (TSU) clocks and resets on Renesas RZ/G2L - Rework SDHI clock handling in the Renesas R-Car Gen3 and RZ/G2 clock drivers, and in the Renesas SDHI driver - Make the Cortex-A55 (I) clock on Renesas RZ/G2L programmable - Document support for the new Renesas R-Car S4-8 (R8A779F0) SoC - Add support for the new Renesas R-Car S4-8 (R8A779F0) SoC - Add GPU clock and resets on Renesas RZ/G2L - Add clk-provider.h to various Qualcomm clk drivers - devm version of clk_hw_register_gate() - kerneldoc fixes in a couple drivers" * tag 'clk-for-linus' of git:// (131 commits) clk: visconti: Remove pointless NULL check in visconti_pll_add_lookup() clk: mediatek: add mt7986 clock support clk: mediatek: add mt7986 clock IDs dt-bindings: clock: mediatek: document clk bindings for mediatek mt7986 SoC clk: mediatek: clk-gate: Use regmap_{set/clear}_bits helpers clk: mediatek: clk-gate: Shrink by adding clockgating bit check helper clk: x86: Fix clk_gate_flags for RV_CLK_GATE clk: x86: Use dynamic con_id string during clk registration ACPI: APD: Add a fmw property clk-name drivers: acpi: acpi_apd: Remove unused device property "is-rv" x86: clk: clk-fch: Add support for newer family of AMD's SOC clk: ingenic: Add MDMA and BDMA clocks dt-bindings: clk/ingenic: Add MDMA and BDMA clocks clk: bm1880: remove kfrees on static allocations clk: Drop unused COMMON_CLK_STM32MP157_SCMI config clk: st: clkgen-mux: search reg within node or parent clk: st: clkgen-fsyn: search reg within node or parent clk: Enable/Disable runtime PM for clk_summary MAINTAINERS: Add entries for Toshiba Visconti PLL and clock controller clk: visconti: Add support common clock driver and reset driver ...
2022-01-12Merge tag 'leds-5.17-rc1' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull LED updates from Pavel Machek: "Nothing major is happening here" * tag 'leds-5.17-rc1' of git:// leds: lp55xx: initialise output direction from dts ARM: dts: omap3-n900: Fix lp5523 for multi color leds: ktd2692: Drop calling dev_of_node() in ktd2692_parse_dt leds: lgm-sso: Get rid of duplicate of_node assignment leds: tca6507: Get rid of duplicate of_node assignment leds: leds-fsg: Drop FSG3 LED driver leds: lp50xx: remove unused variable dt-bindings: leds: Replace moonlight with indicator in mt6360 example leds: led-core: Update fwnode with device_set_node leds: tca6507: use swap() to make code cleaner leds: Add mt6360 driver dt-bindings: leds: Add bindings for MT6360 LED
2022-01-12Merge tag 'devicetree-for-5.17' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull devicetree updates from Rob Herring: "Bindings: - DT schema conversions for Samsung clocks, RNG bindings, Qcom Command DB and rmtfs, gpio-restart, i2c-mux-gpio, i2c-mux-pinctl, Tegra I2C and BPMP, pwm-vibrator, Arm DSU, and Cadence macb - DT schema conversions for Broadcom platforms: interrupt controllers, STB GPIO, STB waketimer, STB reset, iProc MDIO mux, iProc PCIe, Cygnus PCIe PHY, PWM, USB BDC, BCM6328 LEDs, TMON, SYSTEMPORT, AMAC, Northstar 2 PCIe PHY, GENET, moca PHY, GISB arbiter, and SATA - Add binding schemas for Tegra210 EMC table, TI DC-DC converters, - Clean-ups of MDIO bus schemas to fix 'unevaluatedProperties' issues - More fixes due to 'unevaluatedProperties' enabling - Data type fixes and clean-ups of binding examples found in preparation to move to validating DTB files directly (instead of intermediate YAML representation. - Vendor prefixes for T-Head Semiconductor, OnePlus, and Sunplus - Add various new compatible strings DT core: - Silence a warning for overlapping reserved memory regions - Reimplement unittest overlay tracking - Fix stack frame size warning in unittest - Clean-ups of early FDT scanning functions - Fix handling of "linux,usable-memory-range" on EFI booted systems - Add support for 'fail' status on CPU nodes - Improve error message in of_phandle_iterator_next() - kbuild: Disable duplicate unit-address warnings for disabled nodes" * tag 'devicetree-for-5.17' of git:// (114 commits) dt-bindings: net: mdio: Drop resets/reset-names child properties dt-bindings: clock: samsung: convert S5Pv210 to dtschema dt-bindings: clock: samsung: convert Exynos5410 to dtschema dt-bindings: clock: samsung: convert Exynos5260 to dtschema dt-bindings: clock: samsung: extend Exynos7 bindings with UFS dt-bindings: clock: samsung: convert Exynos7 to dtschema dt-bindings: clock: samsung: convert Exynos5433 to dtschema dt-bindings: i2c: maxim,max96712: Add bindings for Maxim Integrated MAX96712 dt-bindings: iio: adi,ltc2983: Fix 64-bit property sizes dt-bindings: power: maxim,max17040: Fix incorrect type for 'maxim,rcomp' dt-bindings: interrupt-controller: arm,gic-v3: Fix 'interrupts' cell size in example dt-bindings: iio/magnetometer: yamaha,yas530: Fix invalid 'interrupts' in example dt-bindings: clock: imx5: Drop clock consumer node from example dt-bindings: Drop required 'interrupt-parent' dt-bindings: net: ti,dp83869: Drop value on boolean 'ti,max-output-impedance' dt-bindings: net: wireless: mt76: Fix 8-bit property sizes dt-bindings: PCI: snps,dw-pcie-ep: Drop conflicting 'max-functions' schema dt-bindings: i2c: st,stm32-i2c: Make each example a separate entry dt-bindings: net: stm32-dwmac: Make each example a separate entry dt-bindings: net: Cleanup MDIO node schemas ...
2022-01-12Merge tag 'for-linus-5.17-rc1-tag' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull xen updates from Juergen Gross: - a fix for the Xen gntdev driver - a fix for running as Xen dom0 booted via EFI and the EFI framebuffer being located above 4GB - a series for support of mapping other guest's memory by using zone device when running as Xen guest on Arm * tag 'for-linus-5.17-rc1-tag' of git:// dt-bindings: xen: Clarify "reg" purpose arm/xen: Read extended regions from DT and init Xen resource xen/unpopulated-alloc: Add mechanism to use Xen resource xen/balloon: Bring alloc(free)_xenballooned_pages helpers back arm/xen: Switch to use gnttab_setup_auto_xlat_frames() for DT xen/unpopulated-alloc: Drop check for virt_addr_valid() in fill_list() xen/x86: obtain upper 32 bits of video frame buffer address for Dom0 xen/gntdev: fix unmap notification order
2022-01-12Merge tag 'x86_core_for_v5.17_rc1' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull x86 core updates from Borislav Petkov: - Get rid of all the .fixup sections because this generates misleading/wrong stacktraces and confuse RELIABLE_STACKTRACE and LIVEPATCH as the backtrace misses the function which is being fixed up. - Add Straight Line Speculation mitigation support which uses a new compiler switch -mharden-sls= which sticks an INT3 after a RET or an indirect branch in order to block speculation after them. Reportedly, CPUs do speculate behind such insns. - The usual set of cleanups and improvements * tag 'x86_core_for_v5.17_rc1' of git:// (32 commits) x86/entry_32: Fix segment exceptions objtool: Remove .fixup handling x86: Remove .fixup section x86/word-at-a-time: Remove .fixup usage x86/usercopy: Remove .fixup usage x86/usercopy_32: Simplify __copy_user_intel_nocache() x86/sgx: Remove .fixup usage x86/checksum_32: Remove .fixup usage x86/vmx: Remove .fixup usage x86/kvm: Remove .fixup usage x86/segment: Remove .fixup usage x86/fpu: Remove .fixup usage x86/xen: Remove .fixup usage x86/uaccess: Remove .fixup usage x86/futex: Remove .fixup usage x86/msr: Remove .fixup usage x86/extable: Extend extable functionality x86/entry_32: Remove .fixup usage x86/entry_64: Remove .fixup usage x86/copy_mc_64: Remove .fixup usage ...
2022-01-12Merge tag 'perf_core_for_v5.17_rc1' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull perf updates from Borislav Petkov: "Cleanup of the perf/kvm interaction." * tag 'perf_core_for_v5.17_rc1' of git:// perf: Drop guest callback (un)register stubs KVM: arm64: Drop perf.c and fold its tiny bits of code into arm.c KVM: arm64: Hide kvm_arm_pmu_available behind CONFIG_HW_PERF_EVENTS=y KVM: arm64: Convert to the generic perf callbacks KVM: x86: Move Intel Processor Trace interrupt handler to vmx.c KVM: Move x86's perf guest info callbacks to generic KVM KVM: x86: More precisely identify NMI from guest when handling PMI KVM: x86: Drop current_vcpu for kvm_running_vcpu + kvm_arch_vcpu variable perf/core: Use static_call to optimize perf_guest_info_callbacks perf: Force architectures to opt-in to guest callbacks perf: Add wrappers for invoking guest callbacks perf/core: Rework guest callbacks to prepare for static_call support perf: Drop dead and useless guest "support" from arm, csky, nds32 and riscv perf: Stop pretending that perf can handle multiple guest callbacks KVM: x86: Register Processor Trace interrupt hook iff PT enabled in guest KVM: x86: Register perf callbacks after calling vendor's hardware_setup() perf: Protect perf_guest_cbs with RCU
2022-01-12Merge tag 'iommu-updates-v5.17' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull iommu updates from Joerg Roedel: - Identity domain support for virtio-iommu - Move flush queue code into iommu-dma - Some fixes for AMD IOMMU suspend/resume support when x2apic is used - Arm SMMU Updates from Will Deacon: - Revert evtq and priq back to their former sizes - Return early on short-descriptor page-table allocation failure - Fix page fault reporting for Adreno GPU on SMMUv2 - Make SMMUv3 MMU notifier ops 'const' - Numerous new compatible strings for Qualcomm SMMUv2 implementations - Various smaller fixes and cleanups * tag 'iommu-updates-v5.17' of git:// (38 commits) iommu/iova: Temporarily include dma-mapping.h from iova.h iommu: Move flush queue data into iommu_dma_cookie iommu/iova: Move flush queue code to iommu-dma iommu/iova: Consolidate flush queue code iommu/vt-d: Use put_pages_list iommu/amd: Use put_pages_list iommu/amd: Simplify pagetable freeing iommu/iova: Squash flush_cb abstraction iommu/iova: Squash entry_dtor abstraction iommu/iova: Fix race between FQ timeout and teardown iommu/amd: Fix typo in *glues … together* in comment iommu/vt-d: Remove unused dma_to_mm_pfn function iommu/vt-d: Drop duplicate check in dma_pte_free_pagetable() iommu/vt-d: Use bitmap_zalloc() when applicable iommu/amd: Remove useless irq affinity notifier iommu/amd: X2apic mode: mask/unmask interrupts on suspend/resume iommu/amd: X2apic mode: setup the INTX registers on mask/unmask iommu/amd: X2apic mode: re-enable after resume iommu/amd: Restore GA log/tail pointer on host resume iommu/iova: Move fast alloc size roundup into alloc_iova_fast() ...
2022-01-12Merge tag 'cxl-for-5.17' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull CXL (Compute Express Link) updates from Dan Williams: "The highlight is initial support for CXL memory hotplug. The static NUMA node (ACPI SRAT Physical Address to Proximity Domain) information known to platform firmware is extended to support the potential performance-class / memory-target nodes dynamically created from available CXL memory device capacity. New unit test infrastructure is added for validating health information payloads. Fixes to module reload stress and stack usage from exposure in -next are included. A symbol rename and some other miscellaneous fixups are included as well. Summary: - Rework ACPI sub-table infrastructure to optionally be used outside of __init scenarios and use it for CEDT.CFMWS sub-table parsing. - Add support for extending num_possible_nodes by the potential hotplug CXL memory ranges - Extend tools/testing/cxl with mock memory device health information - Fix a module-reload workqueue race - Fix excessive stack-frame usage - Rename the driver context data structure from "cxl_mem" since that name collides with a proposed driver name - Use EXPORT_SYMBOL_NS_GPL instead of -DDEFAULT_SYMBOL_NAMESPACE at build time" * tag 'cxl-for-5.17' of git:// cxl/core: Remove cxld_const_init in cxl_decoder_alloc() cxl/pmem: Fix module reload vs workqueue state ACPI: NUMA: Add a node and memblk for each CFMWS not in SRAT cxl/test: Mock acpi_table_parse_cedt() cxl/acpi: Convert CFMWS parsing to ACPI sub-table helpers ACPI: Add a context argument for table parsing handlers ACPI: Teach ACPI table parsing about the CEDT header format ACPI: Keep sub-table parsing infrastructure available for modules tools/testing/cxl: add mock output for the GET_HEALTH_INFO command cxl/memdev: Remove unused cxlmd field cxl/core: Convert to EXPORT_SYMBOL_NS_GPL cxl/memdev: Change cxl_mem to a more descriptive name cxl/mbox: Remove bad comment cxl/pmem: Fix reference counting for delayed work
2022-01-12Merge tag 'libnvdimm-for-5.17' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull dax and libnvdimm updates from Dan Williams: "The bulk of this is a rework of the dax_operations API after discovering the obstacles it posed to the work-in-progress DAX+reflink support for XFS and other copy-on-write filesystem mechanics. Primarily the need to plumb a block_device through the API to handle partition offsets was a sticking point and Christoph untangled that dependency in addition to other cleanups to make landing the DAX+reflink support easier. The DAX_PMEM_COMPAT option has been around for 4 years and not only are distributions shipping userspace that understand the current configuration API, but some are not even bothering to turn this option on anymore, so it seems a good time to remove it per the deprecation schedule. Recall that this was added after the device-dax subsystem moved from /sys/class/dax to /sys/bus/dax for its sysfs organization. All recent functionality depends on /sys/bus/dax. Some other miscellaneous cleanups and reflink prep patches are included as well. Summary: - Simplify the dax_operations API: - Eliminate bdev_dax_pgoff() in favor of the filesystem maintaining and applying a partition offset to all its DAX iomap operations. - Remove wrappers and device-mapper stacked callbacks for ->copy_from_iter() and ->copy_to_iter() in favor of moving block_device relative offset responsibility to the dax_direct_access() caller. - Remove the need for an @bdev in filesystem-DAX infrastructure - Remove unused uio helpers copy_from_iter_flushcache() and copy_mc_to_iter() as only the non-check_copy_size() versions are used for DAX. - Prepare XFS for the pending (next merge window) DAX+reflink support - Remove deprecated DEV_DAX_PMEM_COMPAT support - Cleanup a straggling misuse of the GUID api" * tag 'libnvdimm-for-5.17' of git:// (38 commits) iomap: Fix error handling in iomap_zero_iter() ACPI: NFIT: Import GUID before use dax: remove the copy_from_iter and copy_to_iter methods dax: remove the DAXDEV_F_SYNC flag dax: simplify dax_synchronous and set_dax_synchronous uio: remove copy_from_iter_flushcache() and copy_mc_to_iter() iomap: turn the byte variable in iomap_zero_iter into a ssize_t memremap: remove support for external pgmap refcounts fsdax: don't require CONFIG_BLOCK iomap: build the block based code conditionally dax: fix up some of the block device related ifdefs fsdax: shift partition offset handling into the file systems dax: return the partition offset from fs_dax_get_by_bdev iomap: add a IOMAP_DAX flag xfs: pass the mapping flags to xfs_bmbt_to_iomap xfs: use xfs_direct_write_iomap_ops for DAX zeroing xfs: move dax device handling into xfs_{alloc,free}_buftarg ext4: cleanup the dax handling in ext4_fill_super ext2: cleanup the dax handling in ext2_fill_super fsdax: decouple zeroing from the iomap buffered I/O code ...
2022-01-12Merge tag 'fscache-rewrite-20220111' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull fscache rewrite from David Howells: "This is a set of patches that rewrites the fscache driver and the cachefiles driver, significantly simplifying the code compared to what's upstream, removing the complex operation scheduling and object state machine in favour of something much smaller and simpler. The series is structured such that the first few patches disable fscache use by the network filesystems using it, remove the cachefiles driver entirely and as much of the fscache driver as can be got away with without causing build failures in the network filesystems. The patches after that recreate fscache and then cachefiles, attempting to add the pieces in a logical order. Finally, the filesystems are reenabled and then the very last patch changes the documentation. [!] Note: I have dropped the cifs patch for the moment, leaving local caching in cifs disabled. I've been having trouble getting that working. I think I have it done, but it needs more testing (there seem to be some test failures occurring with v5.16 also from xfstests), so I propose deferring that patch to the end of the merge window. WHY REWRITE? ============ Fscache's operation scheduling API was intended to handle sequencing of cache operations, which were all required (where possible) to run asynchronously in parallel with the operations being done by the network filesystem, whilst allowing the cache to be brought online and offline and to interrupt service for invalidation. With the advent of the tmpfile capacity in the VFS, however, an opportunity arises to do invalidation much more simply, without having to wait for I/O that's actually in progress: Cachefiles can simply create a tmpfile, cut over the file pointer for the backing object attached to a cookie and abandon the in-progress I/O, dismissing it upon completion. Future work here would involve using Omar Sandoval's vfs_link() with AT_LINK_REPLACE[1] to allow an extant file to be displaced by a new hard link from a tmpfile as currently I have to unlink the old file first. These patches can also simplify the object state handling as I/O operations to the cache don't all have to be brought to a stop in order to invalidate a file. To that end, and with an eye on to writing a new backing cache model in the future, I've taken the opportunity to simplify the indexing structure. I've separated the index cookie concept from the file cookie concept by C type now. The former is now called a "volume cookie" (struct fscache_volume) and there is a container of file cookies. There are then just the two levels. All the index cookie levels are collapsed into a single volume cookie, and this has a single printable string as a key. For instance, an AFS volume would have a key of something like "afs,,1000555", combining the filesystem name, cell name and volume ID. This is freeform, but must not have '/' chars in it. I've also eliminated all pointers back from fscache into the network filesystem. This required the duplication of a little bit of data in the cookie (cookie key, coherency data and file size), but it's not actually that much. This gets rid of problems with making sure we keep netfs data structures around so that the cache can access them. These patches mean that most of the code that was in the drivers before is simply gone and those drivers are now almost entirely new code. That being the case, there doesn't seem any particular reason to try and maintain bisectability across it. Further, there has to be a point in the middle where things are cut over as there's a single point everything has to go through (ie. /dev/cachefiles) and it can't be in use by two drivers at once. ISSUES YET OUTSTANDING ====================== There are some issues still outstanding, unaddressed by this patchset, that will need fixing in future patchsets, but that don't stop this series from being usable: (1) The cachefiles driver needs to stop using the backing filesystem's metadata to store information about what parts of the cache are populated. This is not reliable with modern extent-based filesystems. Fixing this is deferred to a separate patchset as it involves negotiation with the network filesystem and the VM as to how much data to download to fulfil a read - which brings me on to (2)... (2) NFS (and CIFS with the dropped patch) do not take account of how the cache would like I/O to be structured to meet its granularity requirements. Previously, the cache used page granularity, which was fine as the network filesystems also dealt in page granularity, and the backing filesystem (ext4, xfs or whatever) did whatever it did out of sight. However, we now have folios to deal with and the cache will now have to store its own metadata to track its contents. The change I'm looking at making for cachefiles is to store content bitmaps in one or more xattrs and making a bit in the map correspond to something like a 256KiB block. However, the size of an xattr and the fact that they have to be read/updated in one go means that I'm looking at covering 1GiB of data per 512-byte map and storing each map in an xattr. Cachefiles has the potential to grow into a fully fledged filesystem of its very own if I'm not careful. However, I'm also looking at changing things even more radically and going to a different model of how the cache is arranged and managed - one that's more akin to the way, say, openafs does things - which brings me on to (3)... (3) The way cachefilesd does culling is very inefficient for large caches and it would be better to move it into the kernel if I can as cachefilesd has to keep asking the kernel if it can cull a file. Changing the way the backend works would allow this to be addressed. BITS THAT MAY BE CONTROVERSIAL ============================== There are some bits I've added that may be controversial: (1) I've provided a flag, S_KERNEL_FILE, that cachefiles uses to check if a files is already being used by some other kernel service (e.g. a duplicate cachefiles cache in the same directory) and reject it if it is. This isn't entirely necessary, but it helps prevent accidental data corruption. I don't want to use S_SWAPFILE as that has other effects, but quite possibly swapon() should set S_KERNEL_FILE too. Note that it doesn't prevent userspace from interfering, though perhaps it should. (I have made it prevent a marked directory from being rmdir-able). (2) Cachefiles wants to keep the backing file for a cookie open whilst we might need to write to it from network filesystem writeback. The problem is that the network filesystem unuses its cookie when its file is closed, and so we have nothing pinning the cachefiles file open and it will get closed automatically after a short time to avoid EMFILE/ENFILE problems. Reopening the cache file, however, is a problem if this is being done due to writeback triggered by exit(). Some filesystems will oops if we try to open a file in that context because they want to access current->fs or suchlike. To get around this, I added the following: (A) An inode flag, I_PINNING_FSCACHE_WB, to be set on a network filesystem inode to indicate that we have a usage count on the cookie caching that inode. (B) A flag in struct writeback_control, unpinned_fscache_wb, that is set when __writeback_single_inode() clears the last dirty page from i_pages - at which point it clears I_PINNING_FSCACHE_WB and sets this flag. This has to be done here so that clearing I_PINNING_FSCACHE_WB can be done atomically with the check of PAGECACHE_TAG_DIRTY that clears I_DIRTY_PAGES. (C) A function, fscache_set_page_dirty(), which if it is not set, sets I_PINNING_FSCACHE_WB and calls fscache_use_cookie() to pin the cache resources. (D) A function, fscache_unpin_writeback(), to be called by ->write_inode() to unuse the cookie. (E) A function, fscache_clear_inode_writeback(), to be called when the inode is evicted, before clear_inode() is called. This cleans up any lingering I_PINNING_FSCACHE_WB. The network filesystem can then use these tools to make sure that fscache_write_to_cache() can write locally modified data to the cache as well as to the server. For the future, I'm working on write helpers for netfs lib that should allow this facility to be removed by keeping track of the dirty regions separately - but that's incomplete at the moment and is also going to be affected by folios, one way or another, since it deals with pages" Link: Tested-by: Dominique Martinet <> # 9p Tested-by: # afs Tested-by: Jeff Layton <> # ceph Tested-by: Dave Wysochanski <> # nfs Tested-by: Daire Byrne <> # nfs * tag 'fscache-rewrite-20220111' of git:// (67 commits) 9p, afs, ceph, nfs: Use current_is_kswapd() rather than gfpflags_allow_blocking() fscache: Add a tracepoint for cookie use/unuse fscache: Rewrite documentation ceph: add fscache writeback support ceph: conversion to new fscache API nfs: Implement cache I/O by accessing the cache directly nfs: Convert to new fscache volume/cookie API 9p: Copy local writes to the cache when writing to the server 9p: Use fscache indexing rewrite and reenable caching afs: Skip truncation on the server of data we haven't written yet afs: Copy local writes to the cache when writing to the server afs: Convert afs to use the new fscache API fscache, cachefiles: Display stat of culling events fscache, cachefiles: Display stats of no-space events cachefiles: Allow cachefiles to actually function fscache, cachefiles: Store the volume coherency data cachefiles: Implement the I/O routines cachefiles: Implement cookie resize for truncate cachefiles: Implement begin and end I/O operation cachefiles: Implement backing file wrangling ...
2022-01-12Merge tag 'fuse-update-5.17' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull fuse updates from Miklos Szeredi: - Fix a regression introduced in 5.15 - Extend the size of the FUSE_INIT request to accommodate for more flags. There's a slight possibility of a regression for obscure fuse servers; if this happens, then more complexity will need to be added to the protocol - Allow the DAX property to be controlled by the server on a per-inode basis in virtiofs - Allow sending security context to the server when creating a file or directory * tag 'fuse-update-5.17' of git:// Documentation/filesystem/dax: DAX on virtiofs fuse: mark inode DONT_CACHE when per inode DAX hint changes fuse: negotiate per inode DAX in FUSE_INIT fuse: enable per inode DAX fuse: support per inode DAX in fuse protocol fuse: make DAX mount option a tri-state fuse: add fuse_should_enable_dax() helper fuse: Pass correct lend value to filemap_write_and_wait_range() fuse: send security context of inode on file fuse: extend init flags
2022-01-12Merge tag 'fs_for_v5.17-rc1' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull UDF / reiserfs updates from Jan Kara: "One UDF fix and one reiserfs cleanup" * tag 'fs_for_v5.17-rc1' of git:// udf: Fix error handling in udf_new_inode() reiserfs: don't use congestion_wait()
2022-01-12Merge tag 'fsnotify_for_v5.17-rc1' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull fanotify updates from Jan Kara: "Support for new FAN_RENAME fanotify event and support for reporting child info in directory fanotify events (FAN_REPORT_TARGET_FID)" * tag 'fsnotify_for_v5.17-rc1' of git:// fanotify: wire up FAN_RENAME event fanotify: report old and/or new parent+name in FAN_RENAME event fanotify: record either old name new name or both for FAN_RENAME fanotify: record old and new parent and name in FAN_RENAME event fanotify: support secondary dir fh and name in fanotify_info fanotify: use helpers to parcel fanotify_info buffer fanotify: use macros to get the offset to fanotify_info buffer fsnotify: generate FS_RENAME event with rich information fanotify: introduce group flag FAN_REPORT_TARGET_FID fsnotify: separate mark iterator type from object type enum fsnotify: clarify object type argument
2022-01-12Merge tag 'iomap-5.17' of git:// Torvalds
Pull iomap updates from Matthew Wilcox: "Convert xfs/iomap to use folios. This should be all that is needed for XFS to use large folios. There is no code in this pull request to create large folios, but no additional changes should be needed to XFS or iomap once they are created. Usually this would have come from Darrick, and we had intended that it would come that route. Between the holidays and various things which Darrick needed to work on, he asked if I could send things directly. There weren't any other iomap patches pending for this release, which probably also played a role" * tag 'iomap-5.17' of git:// (26 commits) iomap: Inline __iomap_zero_iter into its caller xfs: Support large folios iomap: Support large folios in invalidatepage iomap: Convert iomap_migrate_page() to use folios iomap: Convert iomap_add_to_ioend() to take a folio iomap: Simplify iomap_do_writepage() iomap: Simplify iomap_writepage_map() iomap,xfs: Convert ->discard_page to ->discard_folio iomap: Convert iomap_write_end_inline to take a folio iomap: Convert iomap_write_begin() and iomap_write_end() to folios iomap: Convert __iomap_zero_iter to use a folio iomap: Allow iomap_write_begin() to be called with the full length iomap: Convert iomap_page_mkwrite to use a folio iomap: Convert readahead and readpage to use a folio iomap: Convert iomap_read_inline_data to take a folio iomap: Use folio offsets instead of page offsets iomap: Convert bio completions to use folios iomap: Pass the iomap_page into iomap_set_range_uptodate iomap: Add iomap_invalidate_folio iomap: Convert iomap_releasepage to use a folio ...
2022-01-12Merge tag 'folio-5.17' of git:// Torvalds
Pull folio conversion updates from Matthew Wilcox: "Convert much of the page cache to use folios This stops just short of actually enabling large folios. It converts everything that I noticed needs to be converted, but there may still be places I've overlooked which still have page size assumptions. The big change here is using large entries in the page cache XArray instead of many small entries. That only affects shmem for now, but it's a pretty big change for shmem since it changes where memory needs to be allocated (at split time instead of insertion)" * tag 'folio-5.17' of git:// (49 commits) mm: Use multi-index entries in the page cache XArray: Add xas_advance() truncate,shmem: Handle truncates that split large folios truncate: Convert invalidate_inode_pages2_range to folios fs: Convert vfs_dedupe_file_range_compare to folios mm: Remove pagevec_remove_exceptionals() mm: Convert find_lock_entries() to use a folio_batch filemap: Return only folios from find_get_entries() filemap: Convert filemap_get_read_batch() to use a folio_batch filemap: Convert filemap_read() to use a folio truncate: Add invalidate_complete_folio2() truncate: Convert invalidate_inode_pages2_range() to use a folio truncate: Skip known-truncated indices truncate,shmem: Add truncate_inode_folio() shmem: Convert part of shmem_undo_range() to use a folio mm: Add unmap_mapping_folio() truncate: Add truncate_cleanup_folio() filemap: Add filemap_release_folio() filemap: Use a folio in filemap_page_mkwrite filemap: Use a folio in filemap_map_pages ...
2022-01-12Merge tag 'spdx-5.17-rc1' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull SPDX/License update from Greg KH: "Here is a single change that fixes up the description of the 'LGPL-2.1 or later' identifiers so that the tools properly acknowledge that this is a valid license. This change has been in linux-next for weeks with no reported problems" * tag 'spdx-5.17-rc1' of git:// LICENSES/LGPL-2.1: Add LGPL-2.1-or-later as valid identifiers
2022-01-12Merge tag 'usb-5.17-rc1' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull USB and Thunderbolt updates from Greg KH: "Here is the big set of USB and Thunderbolt driver changes for 5.17-rc1. Nothing major in here, just lots of little updates and cleanups. These include: - some USB header fixes picked from Ingo's header-splitup work - more USB4/Thunderbolt hardware support added - USB gadget driver updates and additions - USB typec additions (includes some acpi changes, which were acked by the ACPI maintainer) - core USB fixes as found by syzbot that were too late for 5.16-final - USB dwc3 driver updates - USB dwc2 driver updates - platform_get_irq() conversions of some USB drivers - other minor USB driver updates and additions All of these have been in linux-next for a while with no reported issues" * tag 'usb-5.17-rc1' of git:// (111 commits) docs: ABI: fixed formatting in configfs-usb-gadget-uac2 usb: gadget: u_audio: Subdevice 0 for capture ctls usb: gadget: u_audio: fix calculations for small bInterval usb: dwc2: gadget: initialize max_speed from params usb: dwc2: do not gate off the hardware if it does not support clock gating usb: dwc3: qcom: Fix NULL vs IS_ERR checking in dwc3_qcom_probe headers/deps: USB: Optimize <linux/usb/ch9.h> dependencies, remove <linux/device.h> USB: common: debug: add needed kernel.h include headers/prep: Fix non-standard header section: drivers/usb/host/ohci-tmio.c headers/prep: Fix non-standard header section: drivers/usb/cdns3/core.h headers/prep: usb: gadget: Fix namespace collision USB: core: Fix bug in resuming hub's handling of wakeup requests USB: Fix "slab-out-of-bounds Write" bug in usb_hcd_poll_rh_status usb: dwc3: dwc3-qcom: Add missing platform_device_put() in dwc3_qcom_acpi_register_core usb: gadget: clear related members when goto fail usb: gadget: don't release an existing dev->buf usb: dwc2: Simplify a bitmap declaration usb: Remove usb_for_each_port() usb: typec: port-mapper: Convert to the component framework usb: Link the ports to the connectors they are attached to ...
2022-01-12Merge tag 'tty-5.17-rc1' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull tty/serial driver updates from Greg KH: "Here is the big set of tty/serial driver updates for 5.17-rc1. Nothing major in here, just lots of good updates and fixes, including: - more tty core cleanups from Jiri as well as mxser driver cleanups. This is the majority of the core diffstat - tty documentation updates from Jiri - platform_get_irq() updates - various serial driver updates for new features and hardware - fifo usage for 8250 console, reducing cpu load a lot - LED fix for keyboards, long-time bugfix that went through many revisions - minor cleanups All have been in linux-next for a while with no reported problems" * tag 'tty-5.17-rc1' of git:// (119 commits) serial: core: Keep mctrl register state and cached copy in sync serial: stm32: correct loop for dma error handling serial: stm32: fix flow control transfer in DMA mode serial: stm32: rework TX DMA state condition serial: stm32: move tx dma terminate DMA to shutdown serial: pl011: Drop redundant DTR/RTS preservation on close/open serial: pl011: Drop CR register reset on set_termios serial: pl010: Drop CR register reset on set_termios serial: liteuart: fix MODULE_ALIAS serial: 8250_bcm7271: Fix return error code in case of dma_alloc_coherent() failure Revert "serdev: BREAK/FRAME/PARITY/OVERRUN notification prototype V2" tty: goldfish: Use platform_get_irq() to get the interrupt serdev: BREAK/FRAME/PARITY/OVERRUN notification prototype V2 tty: serial: meson: Drop the legacy compatible strings and clock code serial: pmac_zilog: Use platform_get_irq() to get the interrupt serial: bcm63xx: Use platform_get_irq() to get the interrupt serial: ar933x: Use platform_get_irq() to get the interrupt serial: vt8500: Use platform_get_irq() to get the interrupt serial: altera_jtaguart: Use platform_get_irq_optional() to get the interrupt serial: pxa: Use platform_get_irq() to get the interrupt ...
2022-01-12Merge tag 'staging-5.17-rc1' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull staging driver updates from Greg KH: "Here's the big set of staging driver updates for 5.17-rc1 Nothing major in here at all, just lots and lots of tiny cleanups. Overall more code was removed than added, which is always nice, but not a huge change. Majority of the work happened in the r8188eu driver, that had hundreds of cleanups happen on it, but almost all other staging drivers had cleanups as well. No new functionality was added, cleanups only. All of these have been in linux-next for a while with no reported problems" * tag 'staging-5.17-rc1' of git:// (308 commits) staging: r8188eu: rename camelcase variable uintPeerChannel staging: r8188eu: make BW20_24G_Diff a 1-D array staging: r8188eu: make OFDM_24G_Diff a 1-D array staging: r8188eu: BW40_24G_Diff is set but not used staging: r8188eu: CCK_24G_Diff is set but not used staging: r8188eu: make Index24G_BW40_Base a 1-D array staging: r8188eu: make Index24G_CCK_Base a 1-D array staging: r8188eu: rfPath is always 0 staging: r8188eu: remove unneeded parameter from rtl8188e_SetHalODMVar staging: pi433: add comment to rx_lock mutex definition staging: pi433: fix frequency deviation check staging: vc04_services: rename BM2835 to BCM2835 in headers comments staging: vc04_services: rename string literal containing bm2835_* to bcm2835*_ staging: vc04_services: rename variables containing bm2835_* to bcm2835_* staging: vc04_services: rename functions containing bm2835_* to bcm2835_* staging: vc04_services: rename structures bm2835_mmal_dev and bm2835_mmal_v4l2_ctrl staging: greybus: audio: Check null pointer staging: r8188eu: add spaces around P2P_AP_P2P_CH_SWITCH_PROCESS_WK staging: r8188eu: turbo scan is always off for r8188eu staging: r8188eu: cmd_issued_cnt is set but not used ...
2022-01-12Merge tag 'driver-core-5.17-rc1' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull driver core updates from Greg KH: "Here is the set of changes for the driver core for 5.17-rc1. Lots of little things here, including: - kobj_type cleanups - auxiliary_bus documentation updates - auxiliary_device conversions for some drivers (relevant subsystems all have provided acks for these) - kernfs lock contention reduction for some workloads - other tiny cleanups and changes. All of these have been in linux-next for a while with no reported issues" * tag 'driver-core-5.17-rc1' of git:// (43 commits) kobject documentation: remove default_attrs information drivers/firmware: Add missing platform_device_put() in sysfb_create_simplefb debugfs: lockdown: Allow reading debugfs files that are not world readable driver core: Make bus notifiers in right order in really_probe() driver core: Move driver_sysfs_remove() after driver_sysfs_add() firmware: edd: remove empty default_attrs array firmware: dmi-sysfs: use default_groups in kobj_type qemu_fw_cfg: use default_groups in kobj_type firmware: memmap: use default_groups in kobj_type sh: sq: use default_groups in kobj_type headers/uninline: Uninline single-use function: kobject_has_children() devtmpfs: mount with noexec and nosuid driver core: Simplify async probe test code by using ktime_ms_delta() nilfs2: use default_groups in kobj_type kobject: remove kset from struct kset_uevent_ops callbacks driver core: make kobj_type constant. driver core: platform: document registration-failure requirement vdpa/mlx5: Use auxiliary_device driver data helpers net/mlx5e: Use auxiliary_device driver data helpers soundwire: intel: Use auxiliary_device driver data helpers ...
2022-01-12Merge tag 'pinctrl-v5.17-1' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull pin control bulk updates from Linus Walleij: "Core changes: - New standard enumerator and corresponding device tree bindings for output impedance pin configuration. (Implemented and used in the Renesas rzg2l driver.) - Cleanup of Kconfig and Makefile to be somewhat orderly and alphabetic. New drivers: - Samsung Exynos 7885 pin controller. - Ocelot LAN966x pin controller. - Qualcomm SDX65 pin controller. - Qualcomm SM8450 pin controller. - Qualcomm PM8019, PM8226 and PM2250 pin controllers. - NXP/Freescale i.MXRT1050 pin controller. - Intel Thunder Bay pin controller. Enhancements: - Introduction of the string library helper function "kasprintf_strarray()" and subsequent use in Rockchip, ST and Armada pin control drivers, as well as the GPIO mockup driver. - The Ocelot pin controller has been extensively rewritten to use regmap and other modern kernel infrastructure. - The Microchip SGPIO driver has been converted to use regmap. - The SPEAr driver had been converted to use regmap. - Substantial cleanups and janitorial on the Apple pin control driver that was merged for v5.16. - Janitorial to remove of_node assignments in the GPIO portions that anyway get this handled in the GPIO core. - Minor cleanups and improvements in several pin controllers" * tag 'pinctrl-v5.17-1' of git:// (98 commits) pinctrl: imx: fix assigning groups names dt-bindings: pinctrl: mt8195: add wrapping node of pin configurations pinctrl: bcm: ns: use generic groups & functions helpers pinctrl: imx: fix allocation result check pinctrl: samsung: Use platform_get_irq_optional() to get the interrupt pinctrl: Propagate firmware node from a parent device dt-bindings: pinctrl: qcom: Add SDX65 pinctrl bindings pinctrl: add one more "const" for generic function groups pinctrl: keembay: rework loops looking for groups names pinctrl: keembay: comment process of building functions a bit pinctrl: imx: prepare for making "group_names" in "function_desc" const ARM: dts: gpio-ranges property is now required pinctrl: aspeed: fix unmet dependencies on MFD_SYSCON for PINCTRL_ASPEED pinctrl: Get rid of duplicate of_node assignment in the drivers pinctrl-sunxi: don't call pinctrl_gpio_direction() pinctrl-bcm2835: don't call pinctrl_gpio_direction() pinctrl: bcm2835: Silence uninit warning pinctrl: Sort Kconfig and Makefile entries alphabetically pinctrl: Add Intel Thunder Bay pinctrl driver dt-bindings: pinctrl: Add bindings for Intel Thunderbay pinctrl driver ...
2022-01-12leds: lp55xx: initialise output direction from dtsMerlijn Wajer
Commit a5d3d1adc95f ("leds: lp55xx: Initialize enable GPIO direction to output") attempts to fix this, but the fix did not work since at least for the Nokia N900 the value needs to be set to HIGH, per the device tree. So rather than hardcoding the value to a potentially invalid value for some devices, let's set direction in lp55xx_init_device. Fixes: a5d3d1adc95f ("leds: lp55xx: Initialize enable GPIO direction to output") Fixes: 92a81562e695 ("leds: lp55xx: Add multicolor framework support to lp55xx") Fixes: ac219bf3c9bd ("leds: lp55xx: Convert to use GPIO descriptors") Signed-off-by: Merlijn Wajer <> Reviewed-by: Linus Walleij <> Signed-off-by: Pavel Machek <>
2022-01-12ARM: dts: omap3-n900: Fix lp5523 for multi colorSicelo A. Mhlongo
Since the LED multicolor framework support was added in commit 92a81562e695 ("leds: lp55xx: Add multicolor framework support to lp55xx") LEDs on this platform stopped working. Fixes: 92a81562e695 ("leds: lp55xx: Add multicolor framework support to lp55xx") Fixes: ac219bf3c9bd ("leds: lp55xx: Convert to use GPIO descriptors") Signed-off-by: Merlijn Wajer <> Signed-off-by: Sicelo A. Mhlongo <> Signed-off-by: Pavel Machek <>
2022-01-12leds: ktd2692: Drop calling dev_of_node() in ktd2692_parse_dtLad Prabhakar
output of dev_of_node() is already assigned to "np" variable in ktd2692_parse_dt(). Use "np" variable to check if OF node is NULL instead of calling dev_of_node() again. Signed-off-by: Lad Prabhakar <> Signed-off-by: Pavel Machek <>
2022-01-12leds: lgm-sso: Get rid of duplicate of_node assignmentAndy Shevchenko
GPIO library does copy the of_node from the parent device of the GPIO chip, there is no need to repeat this in the individual drivers. Remove assignment here. For the details one may look into the of_gpio_dev_init() implementation. Call graph: --> sso_gpio_gc_init() --> devm_gpiochip_add_data --> devm_gpiochip_add_data_with_key --> gpiochip_add_data_with_key() --> of_gpio_dev_init() Signed-off-by: Andy Shevchenko <> Signed-off-by: Pavel Machek <>
2022-01-12leds: tca6507: Get rid of duplicate of_node assignmentAndy Shevchenko
GPIO library does copy the of_node from the parent device of the GPIO chip, there is no need to repeat this in the individual drivers. Remove assignment here. For the details one may look into the of_gpio_dev_init() implementation. Call graph: --> tca6507_probe_gpios() --> gpiochip_add_data() --> gpiochip_add_data_with_key() --> of_gpio_dev_init() Signed-off-by: Andy Shevchenko <> Signed-off-by: Pavel Machek <>
2022-01-12leds: leds-fsg: Drop FSG3 LED driverLinus Walleij
The board file using this driver has been deleted and the FSG3 LEDs can be modeled using a system controller and some register bit LEDs in the device tree so this driver is no longer needed. Reported-by: Lukas Bulwahn <> Cc: Krzysztof Hałasa <> Cc: Rod Whitby <> Signed-off-by: Linus Walleij <> Signed-off-by: Pavel Machek <>
2022-01-12leds: lp50xx: remove unused variableSven Schuchmann
During code review this unused variable was found. Remove it. Signed-off-by: Sven Schuchmann <> Signed-off-by: Pavel Machek <>
2022-01-12dt-bindings: leds: Replace moonlight with indicator in mt6360 exampleChiYuan Huang
Replace moonlight with indicator in mt6360 example to prevent the below build error: Error: Documentation/devicetree/bindings/leds/leds-mt6360.example.dts:114.24-25 syntax error FATAL ERROR: Unable to parse input tree make[1]: *** [scripts/Makefile.lib:385: Documentation/devicetree/bindings/leds/leds-mt6360.example.dt.yaml] Error 1 Link: Signed-off-by: ChiYuan Huang <> Reviewed-by: Gene Chen <> Acked-by: Rob Herring <> Signed-off-by: Pavel Machek <>
2022-01-12leds: led-core: Update fwnode with device_set_nodeSander Vanheule
Update a newly created device's fwnode and of_node pointers using the recently added device_set_node helper. This keeps some firmware node specifics out of led-class and should help tracking future changes regarding device firmware node updates. Signed-off-by: Sander Vanheule <> Signed-off-by: Pavel Machek <>
2022-01-12leds: tca6507: use swap() to make code cleanerYihao Han
Use the macro 'swap()' defined in 'include/linux/minmax.h' to avoid opencoding it. Signed-off-by: Yihao Han <> Signed-off-by: Pavel Machek <>
2022-01-12Merge tag 'media/v5.17-2' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull media fixes from Mauro Carvalho Chehab: - some fixes at si2157 tuning logic - a warning fix on atomisp when used with clang * tag 'media/v5.17-2' of git:// media: si2157: add support for DVB-C Annex C media: si2157: fix bandwidth stored in dev media: si2157: fix 6MHz & 6.1MHz bandwidth setting media: atomisp: Do not define input_system_cfg2400_t twice
2022-01-12leds: Add mt6360 driverGene Chen
Add MT6360 LED driver include 2-channel Flash LED with torch/strobe mode, 3-channel RGB LED support Register/Flash/Breath Mode, and 1-channel for moonlight LED. Signed-off-by: Gene Chen <> Acked-by: Jacek Anaszewski <> Signed-off-by: Pavel Machek <>
2022-01-12Merge tag 'for-5.17/dm-changes' of ↵Linus Torvalds
git:// Pull device mapper updates from Mike Snitzer: - Fixes and improvements to dm btree and dm space map code in persistent-data library used by thinp and cache. - Update DM integrity to use struct_group() to zero struct journal_sector. - Update DM sysfs to use default_groups in kobj_type. * tag 'for-5.17/dm-changes' of git:// dm sysfs: use default_groups in kobj_type dm integrity: Use struct_group() to zero struct journal_sector dm space map common: add bounds check to sm_ll_lookup_bitmap() dm btree: add a defensive bounds check to insert_at() dm btree remove: change a bunch of BUG_ON() calls to proper errors dm btree spine: eliminate duplicate le32_to_cpu() in node_check() dm btree spine: remove extra node_check function declaration
2022-01-12Merge tag 'for-5.17/drivers-2022-01-11' of git:// Torvalds
Pull block driver updates from Jens Axboe: - mtip32xx pci cleanups (Bjorn) - mtip32xx conversion to generic power management (Vaibhav) - rsxx pci powermanagement cleanups (Bjorn) - Remove the rsxx driver. This hardware never saw much adoption, and it's been end of lifed for a while. (Christoph) - MD pull request from Song: - REQ_NOWAIT support (Vishal Verma) - raid6 benchmark optimization (Dirk Müller) - Fix for acct bioset (Xiao Ni) - Clean up max_queued_requests (Mariusz Tkaczyk) - PREEMPT_RT optimization (Davidlohr Bueso) - Use default_groups in kobj_type (Greg Kroah-Hartman) - Use attribute groups in pktcdvd and rnbd (Greg) - NVMe pull request from Christoph: - increment request genctr on completion (Keith Busch, Geliang Tang) - add a 'iopolicy' module parameter (Hannes Reinecke) - print out valid arguments when reading from /dev/nvme-fabrics (Hannes Reinecke) - Use struct_group() in drbd (Kees) - null_blk fixes (Ming) - Get rid of congestion logic in pktcdvd (Neil) - Floppy ejection hang fix (Tasos) - Floppy max user request size fix (Xiongwei) - Loop locking fix (Tetsuo) * tag 'for-5.17/drivers-2022-01-11' of git:// (32 commits) md: use default_groups in kobj_type md: Move alloc/free acct bioset in to personality lib/raid6: Use strict priority ranking for pq gen() benchmarking lib/raid6: skip benchmark of non-chosen xor_syndrome functions md: fix spelling of "its" md: raid456 add nowait support md: raid10 add nowait support md: raid1 add nowait support md: add support for REQ_NOWAIT md: drop queue limitation for RAID1 and RAID10 md/raid5: play nice with PREEMPT_RT block/rnbd-clt-sysfs: use default_groups in kobj_type pktcdvd: convert to use attribute groups block: null_blk: only set set->nr_maps as 3 if active poll_queues is > 0 nvme: add 'iopolicy' module parameter nvme: drop unused variable ctrl in nvme_setup_cmd nvme: increment request genctr on completion nvme-fabrics: print out valid arguments when reading from /dev/nvme-fabrics block: remove the rsxx driver rsxx: Drop PCI legacy power management ...