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#ifndef _LINUX_SUSPEND_H
#define _LINUX_SUSPEND_H
#include <linux/swap.h>
#include <linux/notifier.h>
#include <linux/init.h>
#include <linux/pm.h>
#include <linux/mm.h>
#include <linux/freezer.h>
#include <asm/errno.h>
#ifdef CONFIG_VT
extern void pm_set_vt_switch(int);
#else
static inline void pm_set_vt_switch(int do_switch)
{
}
#endif
#ifdef CONFIG_VT_CONSOLE_SLEEP
extern int pm_prepare_console(void);
extern void pm_restore_console(void);
#else
static inline int pm_prepare_console(void)
{
return 0;
}
static inline void pm_restore_console(void)
{
}
#endif
typedef int __bitwise suspend_state_t;
#define PM_SUSPEND_ON ((__force suspend_state_t) 0)
#define PM_SUSPEND_FREEZE ((__force suspend_state_t) 1)
#define PM_SUSPEND_STANDBY ((__force suspend_state_t) 2)
#define PM_SUSPEND_MEM ((__force suspend_state_t) 3)
#define PM_SUSPEND_MIN PM_SUSPEND_FREEZE
#define PM_SUSPEND_MAX ((__force suspend_state_t) 4)
enum suspend_stat_step {
SUSPEND_FREEZE = 1,
SUSPEND_PREPARE,
SUSPEND_SUSPEND,
SUSPEND_SUSPEND_LATE,
SUSPEND_SUSPEND_NOIRQ,
SUSPEND_RESUME_NOIRQ,
SUSPEND_RESUME_EARLY,
SUSPEND_RESUME
};
struct suspend_stats {
int success;
int fail;
int failed_freeze;
int failed_prepare;
int failed_suspend;
int failed_suspend_late;
int failed_suspend_noirq;
int failed_resume;
int failed_resume_early;
int failed_resume_noirq;
#define REC_FAILED_NUM 2
int last_failed_dev;
char failed_devs[REC_FAILED_NUM][40];
int last_failed_errno;
int errno[REC_FAILED_NUM];
int last_failed_step;
enum suspend_stat_step failed_steps[REC_FAILED_NUM];
};
extern struct suspend_stats suspend_stats;
static inline void dpm_save_failed_dev(const char *name)
{
strlcpy(suspend_stats.failed_devs[suspend_stats.last_failed_dev],
name,
sizeof(suspend_stats.failed_devs[0]));
suspend_stats.last_failed_dev++;
suspend_stats.last_failed_dev %= REC_FAILED_NUM;
}
static inline void dpm_save_failed_errno(int err)
{
suspend_stats.errno[suspend_stats.last_failed_errno] = err;
suspend_stats.last_failed_errno++;
suspend_stats.last_failed_errno %= REC_FAILED_NUM;
}
static inline void dpm_save_failed_step(enum suspend_stat_step step)
{
suspend_stats.failed_steps[suspend_stats.last_failed_step] = step;
suspend_stats.last_failed_step++;
suspend_stats.last_failed_step %= REC_FAILED_NUM;
}
/**
* struct platform_suspend_ops - Callbacks for managing platform dependent
* system sleep states.
*
* @valid: Callback to determine if given system sleep state is supported by
* the platform.
* Valid (ie. supported) states are advertised in /sys/power/state. Note
* that it still may be impossible to enter given system sleep state if the
* conditions aren't right.
* There is the %suspend_valid_only_mem function available that can be
* assigned to this if the platform only supports mem sleep.
*
* @begin: Initialise a transition to given system sleep state.
* @begin() is executed right prior to suspending devices. The information
* conveyed to the platform code by @begin() should be disregarded by it as
* soon as @end() is executed. If @begin() fails (ie. returns nonzero),
* @prepare(), @enter() and @finish() will not be called by the PM core.
* This callback is optional. However, if it is implemented, the argument
* passed to @enter() is redundant and should be ignored.
*
* @prepare: Prepare the platform for entering the system sleep state indicated
* by @begin().
* @prepare() is called right after devices have been suspended (ie. the
* appropriate .suspend() method has been executed for each device) and
* before device drivers' late suspend callbacks are executed. It returns
* 0 on success or a negative error code otherwise, in which case the
* system cannot enter the desired sleep state (@prepare_late(), @enter(),
* and @wake() will not be called in that case).
*
* @prepare_late: Finish preparing the platform for entering the system sleep
* state indicated by @begin().
* @prepare_late is called before disabling nonboot CPUs and after
* device drivers' late suspend callbacks have been executed. It returns
* 0 on success or a negative error code otherwise, in which case the
* system cannot enter the desired sleep state (@enter() will not be
* executed).
*
* @enter: Enter the system sleep state indicated by @begin() or represented by
* the argument if @begin() is not implemented.
* This callback is mandatory. It returns 0 on success or a negative
* error code otherwise, in which case the system cannot enter the desired
* sleep state.
*
* @wake: Called when the system has just left a sleep state, right after
* the nonboot CPUs have been enabled and before device drivers' early
* resume callbacks are executed.
* This callback is optional, but should be implemented by the platforms
* that implement @prepare_late(). If implemented, it is always called
* after @prepare_late and @enter(), even if one of them fails.
*
* @finish: Finish wake-up of the platform.
* @finish is called right prior to calling device drivers' regular suspend
* callbacks.
* This callback is optional, but should be implemented by the platforms
* that implement @prepare(). If implemented, it is always called after
* @enter() and @wake(), even if any of them fails. It is executed after
* a failing @prepare.
*
* @suspend_again: Returns whether the system should suspend again (true) or
* not (false). If the platform wants to poll sensors or execute some
* code during suspended without invoking userspace and most of devices,
* suspend_again callback is the place assuming that periodic-wakeup or
* alarm-wakeup is already setup. This allows to execute some codes while
* being kept suspended in the view of userland and devices.
*
* @end: Called by the PM core right after resuming devices, to indicate to
* the platform that the system has returned to the working state or
* the transition to the sleep state has been aborted.
* This callback is optional, but should be implemented by the platforms
* that implement @begin(). Accordingly, platforms implementing @begin()
* should also provide a @end() which cleans up transitions aborted before
* @enter().
*
* @recover: Recover the platform from a suspend failure.
* Called by the PM core if the suspending of devices fails.
* This callback is optional and should only be implemented by platforms
* which require special recovery actions in that situation.
*/
struct platform_suspend_ops {
int (*valid)(suspend_state_t state);
int (*begin)(suspend_state_t state);
int (*prepare)(void);
int (*prepare_late)(void);
int (*enter)(suspend_state_t state);
void (*wake)(void);
void (*finish)(void);
bool (*suspend_again)(void);
void (*end)(void);
void (*recover)(void);
};
#ifdef CONFIG_SUSPEND
/**
* suspend_set_ops - set platform dependent suspend operations
* @ops: The new suspend operations to set.
*/
extern void suspend_set_ops(const struct platform_suspend_ops *ops);
extern int suspend_valid_only_mem(suspend_state_t state);
extern void freeze_wake(void);
/**
* arch_suspend_disable_irqs - disable IRQs for suspend
*
* Disables IRQs (in the default case). This is a weak symbol in the common
* code and thus allows architectures to override it if more needs to be
* done. Not called for suspend to disk.
*/
extern void arch_suspend_disable_irqs(void);
/**
* arch_suspend_enable_irqs - enable IRQs after suspend
*
* Enables IRQs (in the default case). This is a weak symbol in the common
* code and thus allows architectures to override it if more needs to be
* done. Not called for suspend to disk.
*/
extern void arch_suspend_enable_irqs(void);
extern int pm_suspend(suspend_state_t state);
#else /* !CONFIG_SUSPEND */
#define suspend_valid_only_mem NULL
static inline void suspend_set_ops(const struct platform_suspend_ops *ops) {}
static inline int pm_suspend(suspend_state_t state) { return -ENOSYS; }
static inline void freeze_wake(void) {}
#endif /* !CONFIG_SUSPEND */
/* struct pbe is used for creating lists of pages that should be restored
* atomically during the resume from disk, because the page frames they have
* occupied before the suspend are in use.
*/
struct pbe {
void *address; /* address of the copy */
void *orig_address; /* original address of a page */
struct pbe *next;
};
/* mm/page_alloc.c */
extern void mark_free_pages(struct zone *zone);
/**
* struct platform_hibernation_ops - hibernation platform support
*
* The methods in this structure allow a platform to carry out special
* operations required by it during a hibernation transition.
*
* All the methods below, except for @recover(), must be implemented.
*
* @begin: Tell the platform driver that we're starting hibernation.
* Called right after shrinking memory and before freezing devices.
*
* @end: Called by the PM core right after resuming devices, to indicate to
* the platform that the system has returned to the working state.
*
* @pre_snapshot: Prepare the platform for creating the hibernation image.
* Called right after devices have been frozen and before the nonboot
* CPUs are disabled (runs with IRQs on).
*
* @finish: Restore the previous state of the platform after the hibernation
* image has been created *or* put the platform into the normal operation
* mode after the hibernation (the same method is executed in both cases).
* Called right after the nonboot CPUs have been enabled and before
* thawing devices (runs with IRQs on).
*
* @prepare: Prepare the platform for entering the low power state.
* Called right after the hibernation image has been saved and before
* devices are prepared for entering the low power state.
*
* @enter: Put the system into the low power state after the hibernation image
* has been saved to disk.
* Called after the nonboot CPUs have been disabled and all of the low
* level devices have been shut down (runs with IRQs off).
*
* @leave: Perform the first stage of the cleanup after the system sleep state
* indicated by @set_target() has been left.
* Called right after the control has been passed from the boot kernel to
* the image kernel, before the nonboot CPUs are enabled and before devices
* are resumed. Executed with interrupts disabled.
*
* @pre_restore: Prepare system for the restoration from a hibernation image.
* Called right after devices have been frozen and before the nonboot
* CPUs are disabled (runs with IRQs on).
*
* @restore_cleanup: Clean up after a failing image restoration.
* Called right after the nonboot CPUs have been enabled and before
* thawing devices (runs with IRQs on).
*
* @recover: Recover the platform from a failure to suspend devices.
* Called by the PM core if the suspending of devices during hibernation
* fails. This callback is optional and should only be implemented by
* platforms which require special recovery actions in that situation.
*/
struct platform_hibernation_ops {
int (*begin)(void);
void (*end)(void);
int (*pre_snapshot)(void);
void (*finish)(void);
int (*prepare)(void);
int (*enter)(void);
void (*leave)(void);
int (*pre_restore)(void);
void (*restore_cleanup)(void);
void (*recover)(void);
};
#ifdef CONFIG_HIBERNATION
/* kernel/power/snapshot.c */
extern void __register_nosave_region(unsigned long b, unsigned long e, int km);
static inline void __init register_nosave_region(unsigned long b, unsigned long e)
{
__register_nosave_region(b, e, 0);
}
static inline void __init register_nosave_region_late(unsigned long b, unsigned long e)
{
__register_nosave_region(b, e, 1);
}
extern int swsusp_page_is_forbidden(struct page *);
extern void swsusp_set_page_free(struct page *);
extern void swsusp_unset_page_free(struct page *);
extern unsigned long get_safe_page(gfp_t gfp_mask);
extern void hibernation_set_ops(const struct platform_hibernation_ops *ops);
extern int hibernate(void);
extern bool system_entering_hibernation(void);
#else /* CONFIG_HIBERNATION */
static inline void register_nosave_region(unsigned long b, unsigned long e) {}
static inline void register_nosave_region_late(unsigned long b, unsigned long e) {}
static inline int swsusp_page_is_forbidden(struct page *p) { return 0; }
static inline void swsusp_set_page_free(struct page *p) {}
static inline void swsusp_unset_page_free(struct page *p) {}
static inline void hibernation_set_ops(const struct platform_hibernation_ops *ops) {}
static inline int hibernate(void) { return -ENOSYS; }
static inline bool system_entering_hibernation(void) { return false; }
#endif /* CONFIG_HIBERNATION */
/* Hibernation and suspend events */
#define PM_HIBERNATION_PREPARE 0x0001 /* Going to hibernate */
#define PM_POST_HIBERNATION 0x0002 /* Hibernation finished */
#define PM_SUSPEND_PREPARE 0x0003 /* Going to suspend the system */
#define PM_POST_SUSPEND 0x0004 /* Suspend finished */
#define PM_RESTORE_PREPARE 0x0005 /* Going to restore a saved image */
#define PM_POST_RESTORE 0x0006 /* Restore failed */
extern struct mutex pm_mutex;
#ifdef CONFIG_PM_SLEEP
void save_processor_state(void);
void restore_processor_state(void);
/* kernel/power/main.c */
extern int register_pm_notifier(struct notifier_block *nb);
extern int unregister_pm_notifier(struct notifier_block *nb);
#define pm_notifier(fn, pri) { \
static struct notifier_block fn##_nb = \
{ .notifier_call = fn, .priority = pri }; \
register_pm_notifier(&fn##_nb); \
}
/* drivers/base/power/wakeup.c */
extern bool events_check_enabled;
extern bool pm_wakeup_pending(void);
extern bool pm_get_wakeup_count(unsigned int *count, bool block);
extern bool pm_save_wakeup_count(unsigned int count);
extern void pm_wakep_autosleep_enabled(bool set);
extern void pm_print_active_wakeup_sources(void);
extern void pm_get_active_wakeup_sources(char *pending_sources, size_t max);
static inline void lock_system_sleep(void)
{
current->flags |= PF_FREEZER_SKIP;
mutex_lock(&pm_mutex);
}
static inline void unlock_system_sleep(void)
{
/*
* Don't use freezer_count() because we don't want the call to
* try_to_freeze() here.
*
* Reason:
* Fundamentally, we just don't need it, because freezing condition
* doesn't come into effect until we release the pm_mutex lock,
* since the freezer always works with pm_mutex held.
*
* More importantly, in the case of hibernation,
* unlock_system_sleep() gets called in snapshot_read() and
* snapshot_write() when the freezing condition is still in effect.
* Which means, if we use try_to_freeze() here, it would make them
* enter the refrigerator, thus causing hibernation to lockup.
*/
current->flags &= ~PF_FREEZER_SKIP;
mutex_unlock(&pm_mutex);
}
#else /* !CONFIG_PM_SLEEP */
static inline int register_pm_notifier(struct notifier_block *nb)
{
return 0;
}
static inline int unregister_pm_notifier(struct notifier_block *nb)
{
return 0;
}
#define pm_notifier(fn, pri) do { (void)(fn); } while (0)
static inline bool pm_wakeup_pending(void) { return false; }
static inline void lock_system_sleep(void) {}
static inline void unlock_system_sleep(void) {}
#endif /* !CONFIG_PM_SLEEP */
#ifdef CONFIG_PM_SLEEP_DEBUG
extern bool pm_print_times_enabled;
#else
#define pm_print_times_enabled (false)
#endif
#ifdef CONFIG_PM_AUTOSLEEP
/* kernel/power/autosleep.c */
void queue_up_suspend_work(void);
#else /* !CONFIG_PM_AUTOSLEEP */
static inline void queue_up_suspend_work(void) {}
#endif /* !CONFIG_PM_AUTOSLEEP */
#ifdef CONFIG_ARCH_SAVE_PAGE_KEYS
/*
* The ARCH_SAVE_PAGE_KEYS functions can be used by an architecture
* to save/restore additional information to/from the array of page
* frame numbers in the hibernation image. For s390 this is used to
* save and restore the storage key for each page that is included
* in the hibernation image.
*/
unsigned long page_key_additional_pages(unsigned long pages);
int page_key_alloc(unsigned long pages);
void page_key_free(void);
void page_key_read(unsigned long *pfn);
void page_key_memorize(unsigned long *pfn);
void page_key_write(void *address);
#else /* !CONFIG_ARCH_SAVE_PAGE_KEYS */
static inline unsigned long page_key_additional_pages(unsigned long pages)
{
return 0;
}
static inline int page_key_alloc(unsigned long pages)
{
return 0;
}
static inline void page_key_free(void) {}
static inline void page_key_read(unsigned long *pfn) {}
static inline void page_key_memorize(unsigned long *pfn) {}
static inline void page_key_write(void *address) {}
#endif /* !CONFIG_ARCH_SAVE_PAGE_KEYS */
#endif /* _LINUX_SUSPEND_H */