USB_AUTOPM_PUT_INTER(9) USB Core APIs USB_AUTOPM_PUT_INTER(9)NAME
usb_autopm_put_interface - decrement a USB interface's PM-usage counter
void usb_autopm_put_interface(struct usb_interface * intf);
the usb_interface whose counter should be decremented
This routine should be called by an interface driver when it is finished using intf and wants to allow it to autosuspend. A typical example
would be a character-device driver when its device file is closed.
The routine decrements intf's usage counter. When the counter reaches 0, a delayed autosuspend request for intf's device is attempted. The
attempt may fail (see autosuspend_check).
This routine can run only in process context.
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USB_QUEUE_RESET_DEVI(9) USB Core APIs USB_QUEUE_RESET_DEVI(9)NAME
usb_queue_reset_device - Reset a USB device from an atomic context
void usb_queue_reset_device(struct usb_interface * iface);
USB interface belonging to the device to reset
This function can be used to reset a USB device from an atomic context, where usb_reset_device won't work (as it blocks).
Doing a reset via this method is functionally equivalent to calling usb_reset_device, except for the fact that it is delayed to a
workqueue. This means that any drivers bound to other interfaces might be unbound, as well as users from usbfs in user space.
- Scheduling two resets at the same time from two different drivers attached to two different interfaces of the same device is possible;
depending on how the driver attached to each interface handles ->pre_reset, the second reset might happen or not.
- If a driver is unbound and it had a pending reset, the reset will be cancelled.
- This function can be called during .probe or .disconnect times. On return from .disconnect, any pending resets will be cancelled.
There is no no need to lock/unlock the reset_ws as schedule_work does its own.
We don't do any reference count tracking because it is not needed. The lifecycle of the work_struct is tied to the usb_interface. Before
destroying the interface we cancel the work_struct, so the fact that work_struct is queued and or running means the interface (and thus,
the device) exist and are referenced.
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