USB_DRIVER_RELEASE_I(9) USB Core APIs USB_DRIVER_RELEASE_I(9)NAME
usb_driver_release_interface - unbind a driver from an interface
void usb_driver_release_interface(struct usb_driver * driver, struct usb_interface * iface);
the driver to be unbound
the interface from which it will be unbound
This can be used by drivers to release an interface without waiting for their disconnect methods to be called. In typical cases this also
causes the driver disconnect method to be called.
This call is synchronous, and may not be used in an interrupt context. Callers must own the device lock, so driver disconnect entries don't
need extra locking, but other call contexts may need to explicitly claim that lock.
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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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