Commit 60e8be7c authored by Imre Deak's avatar Imre Deak

tests/kms_flip: Retry test in case of a DP/HDMI link reset

At least an IIyama and LG monitor have a strange behaviour when waking
from a power saving state and getting enabled with an otherwise
successful modeset: after the modeset in ~2 sec they signal a bad link
state, either due to a lost CR/EQ in case of DP or a lost
scrambling/TMDS clock setting in case of HDMI link. In response the
driver resets the link with either a link-retraining or a modeset, which
in turn makes the test miss vblank/flip events and fail.

Work around the above issue, by retrying the test once if the test
detects after a failure that a link reset happened during the test and a
corresponding hotplug uevent was sent by the driver.

v2: Suspend the signal helper while waiting for a hotplug event, so the
    wait will not get inerrupted/restarted in an endless loop.
Signed-off-by: Imre Deak's avatarImre Deak <imre.deak@intel.com>
Reviewed-by: Uma Shankar's avatarUma Shankar <uma.shankar@intel.com>
parent e54e2642
Pipeline #146252 passed with stages
in 15 minutes and 32 seconds
......@@ -482,7 +482,7 @@ static void vblank_handler(int fd, unsigned int frame, unsigned int sec,
fixup_premature_vblank_ts(o, &o->vblank_state);
}
static void check_state(const struct test_output *o, const struct event_state *es)
static bool check_state(const struct test_output *o, const struct event_state *es)
{
struct timeval diff;
......@@ -496,7 +496,7 @@ static void check_state(const struct test_output *o, const struct event_state *e
}
if (es->count == 0)
return;
return true;
timersub(&es->current_ts, &es->last_received_ts, &diff);
igt_assert_f(timercmp(&es->last_received_ts, &es->current_ts, <),
......@@ -507,10 +507,12 @@ static void check_state(const struct test_output *o, const struct event_state *e
/* check only valid if no modeset happens in between, that increments by
* (1 << 23) on each step. This bounding matches the one in
* DRM_IOCTL_WAIT_VBLANK. */
if (!(o->flags & (TEST_DPMS | TEST_MODESET | TEST_NO_VBLANK)))
igt_assert_f(es->current_seq - (es->last_seq + o->seq_step) <= 1UL << 23,
"unexpected %s seq %u, should be >= %u\n",
es->name, es->current_seq, es->last_seq + o->seq_step);
if (!(o->flags & (TEST_DPMS | TEST_MODESET | TEST_NO_VBLANK)) &&
es->current_seq - (es->last_seq + o->seq_step) > 1UL << 23) {
igt_debug("unexpected %s seq %u, should be >= %u\n",
es->name, es->current_seq, es->last_seq + o->seq_step);
return false;
}
if (o->flags & TEST_CHECK_TS) {
double elapsed, expected;
......@@ -525,17 +527,25 @@ static void check_state(const struct test_output *o, const struct event_state *e
elapsed, expected, expected * 0.005,
fabs((elapsed - expected) / expected) * 100);
igt_assert_f(fabs((elapsed - expected) / expected) <= 0.005,
"inconsistent %s ts/seq: last %.06f/%u, current %.06f/%u: elapsed=%.1fus expected=%.1fus\n",
es->name, timeval_float(&es->last_ts), es->last_seq,
timeval_float(&es->current_ts), es->current_seq,
elapsed, expected);
if (fabs((elapsed - expected) / expected) > 0.005) {
igt_debug("inconsistent %s ts/seq: last %.06f/%u, current %.06f/%u: elapsed=%.1fus expected=%.1fus\n",
es->name, timeval_float(&es->last_ts), es->last_seq,
timeval_float(&es->current_ts), es->current_seq,
elapsed, expected);
igt_assert_f(es->current_seq == es->last_seq + o->seq_step,
"unexpected %s seq %u, expected %u\n",
es->name, es->current_seq,
es->last_seq + o->seq_step);
return false;
}
if (es->current_seq != es->last_seq + o->seq_step) {
igt_debug("unexpected %s seq %u, expected %u\n",
es->name, es->current_seq,
es->last_seq + o->seq_step);
return false;
}
}
return true;
}
static void check_state_correlation(struct test_output *o,
......@@ -562,7 +572,7 @@ static void check_state_correlation(struct test_output *o,
es1->name, es2->name, usec_diff / USEC_PER_SEC);
}
static void check_all_state(struct test_output *o,
static bool check_all_state(struct test_output *o,
unsigned int completed_events)
{
bool flip, vblank;
......@@ -570,14 +580,17 @@ static void check_all_state(struct test_output *o,
flip = completed_events & EVENT_FLIP;
vblank = completed_events & EVENT_VBLANK;
if (flip)
check_state(o, &o->flip_state);
if (vblank)
check_state(o, &o->vblank_state);
if (flip && !check_state(o, &o->flip_state))
return false;
if (vblank && !check_state(o, &o->vblank_state))
return false;
/* FIXME: Correlation check is broken. */
if (flip && vblank && 0)
check_state_correlation(o, &o->flip_state, &o->vblank_state);
return true;
}
static void recreate_fb(struct test_output *o)
......@@ -982,7 +995,7 @@ static bool fb_is_bound(struct test_output *o, int fb)
return true;
}
static void check_final_state(const struct test_output *o,
static bool check_final_state(const struct test_output *o,
const struct event_state *es,
unsigned int elapsed)
{
......@@ -999,11 +1012,16 @@ static void check_final_state(const struct test_output *o,
igt_debug("expected %d, counted %d, encoder type %d\n",
(int)(elapsed / actual_frame_time(o)), count,
o->kencoder[0]->encoder_type);
igt_assert_f(elapsed >= min && elapsed <= max,
"dropped frames, expected %d, counted %d, encoder type %d\n",
(int)(elapsed / actual_frame_time(o)), count,
o->kencoder[0]->encoder_type);
if (elapsed < min || elapsed > max) {
igt_debug("dropped frames, expected %d, counted %d, encoder type %d\n",
(int)(elapsed / actual_frame_time(o)), count,
o->kencoder[0]->encoder_type);
return false;
}
}
return true;
}
/*
......@@ -1050,7 +1068,8 @@ static unsigned int wait_for_events(struct test_output *o)
}
/* Returned the elapsed time in us */
static unsigned event_loop(struct test_output *o, unsigned duration_ms)
static bool event_loop(struct test_output *o, unsigned duration_ms,
unsigned *elapsed)
{
unsigned long start, end;
int count = 0;
......@@ -1063,7 +1082,10 @@ static unsigned event_loop(struct test_output *o, unsigned duration_ms)
completed_events = run_test_step(o);
if (o->pending_events)
completed_events |= wait_for_events(o);
check_all_state(o, completed_events);
if (!check_all_state(o, completed_events))
return false;
update_all_state(o, completed_events);
if (count && (gettime_us() - start) / 1000 >= duration_ms)
......@@ -1078,7 +1100,9 @@ static unsigned event_loop(struct test_output *o, unsigned duration_ms)
if (o->pending_events)
wait_for_events(o);
return end - start;
*elapsed = end - start;
return true;
}
static void free_test_output(struct test_output *o)
......@@ -1188,8 +1212,11 @@ static void calibrate_ts(struct test_output *o, int crtc_idx)
static void __run_test_on_crtc_set(struct test_output *o, int *crtc_idxs,
int crtc_count, int duration_ms)
{
struct udev_monitor *mon = igt_watch_hotplug();
unsigned bo_size = 0;
bool vblank = true;
bool retried = false;
bool state_ok;
unsigned elapsed;
uint64_t tiling;
int i;
......@@ -1231,8 +1258,11 @@ static void __run_test_on_crtc_set(struct test_output *o, int *crtc_idxs,
for (i = 0; i < o->count; i++)
kmstest_dump_mode(&o->kmode[i]);
retry:
kmstest_unset_all_crtcs(drm_fd, resources);
igt_flush_hotplugs(mon);
if (set_mode(o, o->fb_ids[0], 0, 0)) {
/* We may fail to apply the mode if there are hidden
* constraints, such as bandwidth on the third pipe.
......@@ -1279,12 +1309,33 @@ static void __run_test_on_crtc_set(struct test_output *o, int *crtc_idxs,
/* We run the vblank and flip actions in parallel by default. */
o->seq_step = max(o->vblank_state.seq_step, o->flip_state.seq_step);
elapsed = event_loop(o, duration_ms);
state_ok = event_loop(o, duration_ms, &elapsed);
if (o->flags & TEST_FLIP && !(o->flags & TEST_NOEVENT))
check_final_state(o, &o->flip_state, elapsed);
state_ok &= check_final_state(o, &o->flip_state, elapsed);
if (o->flags & TEST_VBLANK)
check_final_state(o, &o->vblank_state, elapsed);
state_ok &= check_final_state(o, &o->vblank_state, elapsed);
/*
* Some monitors with odd behavior signal a bad link after waking from
* a power saving state and the subsequent (successful) modeset. This
* will result in a link-retraining (DP) or async modeset (HDMI),
* which in turn makes the test miss vblank/flip events and fail.
* Work around this by retrying the test once in case of such a link
* reset event, which the driver signals with a hotplug event.
*/
if (!state_ok) {
igt_suspend_signal_helper();
igt_assert(!retried && igt_hotplug_detected(mon, 3));
igt_resume_signal_helper();
igt_debug("Retrying after a hotplug event\n");
retried = true;
memset(&o->vblank_state, 0, sizeof(o->vblank_state));
memset(&o->flip_state, 0, sizeof(o->flip_state));
goto retry;
}
out:
igt_remove_fb(drm_fd, &o->fb_info[2]);
......@@ -1294,6 +1345,8 @@ out:
last_connector = NULL;
free_test_output(o);
igt_cleanup_hotplug(mon);
}
static void run_test_on_crtc_set(struct test_output *o, int *crtc_idxs,
......
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