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#rockbox log for 2011-02-06

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01:06:13amiconnpamaury: Gigabeat F/X uses a hardware usb-ata bridge afaik
01:06:50pamauryyes, I was just wondering if someone implemented a software usb driver; and apparently not :-/
01:08:22amiconnProbably the SoC's usb controller isn't connected anywhere
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01:10:37pamauryI guess so, but it means the mini2440 doesn't have a usb driver then
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01:12:24JdGordon|replying from talk a day or two ago..... there is a working patch to support multiple screen sizes in one build (size is configured on start)
01:12:45JdGordon|and we can support the system statusbar easily enough, but it will annoy themers
01:13:10JdGordon|i.e 480x800 themes wont work so they have to make a 480x780 theme also
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01:48:17sideralJdGordon: I've completed implementing and testing the autoresume changes / simplifications you and others have requested. Would you like to have a look at them before I commit?
01:48:17sideral(I won't do the commit tonight anyway because I'm tired; that will have to wait till tomorrow)
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01:49:30JdGordon|put on FS of course
01:49:42JdGordon|i might have a look today
01:50:48sideralwill do. Thanks JdGordon!
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02:20:11sideralJdGordon, saratoga, gevaerts: Posted updated patches to FS #11748 (autoresume). Comments appreciated!
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03:01:15CIA-7New commit by 03jethead71 (r29213): WM8978: Turn off AMUTE since it can cause annoying clicking with audio that produces runs of zeros (esp. emulators and synths) and makes it worse when ...
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03:05:15CIA-7r29213 build result: All green
03:05:28webguest20Hello Everyone, does Rockbox offer any sort of device encryption or password-protection?
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03:19:37saratogawebguest20: i don't think so
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06:00:38Nerdy3_14159265hello everyone, hows rockbox going for you
06:01:46Nerdy3_14159265Is anyone on?
06:06:32Strife89Possibly
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06:06:43Strife89Many of us are sleepy/ing
06:06:54Nerdy3_14159265that's understandable
06:07:28Nerdy3_14159265I was just curious how Sansa v2 usb support was coming along
06:09:51Strife89From what I've read, it's been a vexing issue.
06:10:25Strife89Nerdy3_14159265: http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/task/11664
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06:12:19Nerdy3_14159265So there is some trouble with it still
06:12:55Nerdy3_14159265I can't wait until it's released, I hate the OFW
06:13:39Strife89The forced database refreshing is the killer for most.
06:13:48Strife89It'd be passable without that flaw.
06:16:29Nerdy3_14159265what happens with it? I'm not very informed about the workings behind rockbox
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12:03:25TheSevenwoah. 67.4mA, idle, backlight off, disk off
12:03:38TheSeventhe lcd adds another 25mA
12:03:52TheSevenand the disk another ~100
12:03:55pamauryis this good ?
12:04:49TheSevenwell, the idle current is way too high
12:05:31TheSevenand once again i have the impression that rockbox does never sleep
12:06:26TheSeven~55mA in emCORE being idle, ~67mA in emCORE with full CPU load, ~67mA in Rockbox being idle
12:06:46TheSevento make that even worse, the emCORE measurements are with backlight on, the Rockbox measurement with backlight off
12:07:36TheSevenemCORE, idle, backlight off: 48.7mA (still way too much)
12:09:52TheSevenwhile buffering, rockbox eats a whopping 200mA
12:10:07TheSeven(measurements done on the USB bus)
12:10:43TheSevenrockbox playing mp3: ~65mA, so less current than idle? what the heck?
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12:23:10TheSevenLDO3 (31/32): LCD
12:23:38TheSevenaccounts for ~5mA btw
12:23:42TheSevenquite a lot
12:24:27TheSevenpowering down LDO1 or 2 crashes the device
12:24:46TheSevenpowering LDO4 doesn't seem to have any effect (maybe the codec?)
12:26:13TheSevenLDO is the only one at 1.8V, the others are at 3.0V
12:26:42TheSevenLDO6 is very likely to be the clickwheel, HCLDO is the accessory power supply
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12:29:20TheSevenwe can undervolt the LCD I have to 2.5V
12:29:32TheSeven2.4V is stable as well but contrast is awful
12:29:47TheSeven2.5V to 3.0V doesn't make a visible difference contrast-wise
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12:31:12TheSeventhis is incredible
12:31:21TheSeventhe lcd controller still works at 0.9V (i can't go lower)
12:31:34TheSevenbut contrast is completely lost at <1.4V
12:33:01TheSevenwe can save 0.6mA by going down to 2.5V, or save 3.9mA at 0.9V without anything being visible any more :)
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12:36:35TheSevenhaha, nice, i managed to power the cpu down completely while keeping the LCD and backlight active
12:36:46TheSeven16.3mA in that state
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12:38:47TheSevenVcore @1.2V, Vmem @1.8V default
12:41:42TheSevenhaha, i can undervolt Vcore down to 0.95V at 216MHz :)
12:42:18TheSeventhat gets idle current down by 7.7mA!
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12:47:14TheSevenidle at 40.2mA now
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12:51:43TheSevenmemory can be undervolted to 1.475V
12:51:49TheSevennow at 39.2mA idle
12:53:48TheSeven(rockbox at 57.1mA)
12:53:51pamaury"player can be undervolted to 0.00V, now at 0mA idle, can't go lower" :)
12:54:27TheSevenpamaury: that was the nano :)
12:55:20TheSevennow the fun begins: PLLs, clock domains and clock gates
12:55:41*TheSeven didn't manage to reconfigure a PLL so far
12:59:17TheSevenrockbox playing mp3 after writing 0x22: 0x22, 0x1e: 0x0d, 0x31: 0x0e is at ~55mA
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13:07:52TheSeven165 milliwatts idle, that can't be quite right.
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18:48:19CEQhi, i have a quiestion; i really want to install rockbox but i have a 4th generation ipod nano, so, can i use for this ipod a rockbox for another supported ipod? thanks.
18:53:40n1sCEQ no
18:54:17CEQokk, thanks.
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19:08:02AlexPIf you could then we would say that the 4th gen nano was supported
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19:17:18CEQexcuse me for that question then..
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19:18:49AlexPIf you feel you need it, that wasn't intended to offend...
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19:21:22CEQtake it easy man, dont worry.
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20:11:31CIA-7New commit by 03kkurbjun (r29214): M:Robe 500 TSC2100 Debug: Use hex values instead of binary.
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21:11:23mlt-why does it recompile all source code after applying small patch? Do I do something wrong? I thought only changed files should recompile. I did only make and make zip. No cleanup at all :(
21:11:55gevaertsprobably some widely-included headers were changed
21:12:54mlt-bummer... you are right! I didn't even pay attention to it :-)
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21:45:01CIA-7New commit by 03kkurbjun (r29231): M:Robe 500 Backlight: Add setup based on OF - purpose of operations are a mystery, but needed when loading from flash.
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21:55:40pamaurykkurbjun is on a commit spree :)
21:55:56AlexPHe's on a spam emails at me spree :)
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22:36:45pixelmalooks like commit spam ;)
22:40:28sideralIs there any reason not to commit FS #11883 (Close all files and safely unmount disks before entering USB mode, shutting down, or rebooting)?
22:41:47sideralIt's a defensive way of making sure all written files are flushed to disk, although if that's needed, it's technically a bug somewhere else
22:42:40amiconnRedundancy?
22:43:41sideralIn which way?
22:44:04sideralIf this code closes a file, clearly that close is missing somewhere else -> no redundancy, it seems?
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22:44:44amiconnThen "somewhere else" needs fixing
22:45:18sideralRight, but the user doesn't care after we've trashed his filesystem
22:46:15amiconnProtecting against user error and broken external data (i.e. audio files, wps files etc) is necessary. Protecting against programming errors is most of the time code bloat
22:46:15kugelwhat's the problem with fix "somewhere else"?
22:46:56sideralkugel: There's absolutely no problem with that.
22:48:35sideralamiconn: Valid viewpoint. I more view this as defensive programming in the interest of the user.
22:49:41kugelwe don't like defensive programming so much :)
22:51:12sideralAlso, "fixing somewhere else" might actually lead to more complexity than this patch. For example, both shutdown and reboot do not quiesce the system before halting the system. (Shutdown asks around nicely in clean_shutdown, but rolo_load doesn't even do that.)
22:52:20sideralUSB slave mode is in the best shape, but even there I found several subsystems that do not close their files when receiving the USB-connected event
22:53:01amiconnThat especially a situation where the respective subsystem needs fixing
22:53:12amiconnClosing files behind its back won't do any good
22:53:55sideralAgree −− and easy enough to do. But it's not so simple for shutdown/reboot
22:54:29amiconnShutdown/ reboot would need to take exactly the same measures wrt files as usb connect
22:55:33sideralYeah. Is there a reason why that isn't done today?
22:56:00kugelI guess nobody was interested enough to do it
22:56:13amiconnShutdown is basically a mess
22:56:49amiconnThis needs fixing before even thinking about proper suspend (on targets that support suspend, e.g. all (most?) PP targets)
22:58:44sideralIt sounds like a major project to clean up shutdown/reboot. Don't you think a clean unmount, if it shouldn't be done anyway, would at least be a good stopgap measure?
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23:03:32*S_a_i_n_t agrees with that. I use the patch presently, and until there's a better measure in place not trashing my FS 9 out of 10 times is appreciated.
23:03:48AlexPsideral: Making no comment on this situation, but people generally don't like stop-gap fixes as then there is even less chance of it being fixed properly
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23:05:04*sideral just likes questioning people's beliefs ;)
23:05:26S_a_i_n_tEven when/if shutdown cod edoes get a drastic cleanup, I don't think that a sanity check to make damn sure everything is closed up shotdown is a bad idea.
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23:06:38S_a_i_n_terrrr...*at shutdown, even.
23:06:41AlexPI make no comment either way as I don't know the code
23:06:43amiconnIt's extra code for something that shouldn't be needed. Closely matches the definition of bloat. It may make sense for a debug build - but only there
23:07:13*amiconn likes the new(ish) 'make symlinkinstall'
23:07:15sideralThe reason we don't need to unmount today is an artifact of the FAT filesystem implementation
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23:08:54sideralIf that was ever optimized (for example, to not write to sector 1 each time we close a written file), we'd need a proper unmount anyway
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23:15:57sideralAlright then, let's let that patch simmer in FS some more :) It still feels bad to not save some more people's filesystems...
23:17:26pamauryI agree that this needs a proper fix, but there are regular issues with FS corruption; if nobody is willing to fix them in a proper way, a partial solution is acceptable
23:17:46sideralJdGordon: Have you had a chance to review FS #11748?
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23:18:24stripwaxI had some weird db behaviour recently - database update resulted in rockbox hanging if I was on WPS while the db update was running; but the database update succeeded if I was on debug screen looking at the Database Status
23:20:06stripwaxtried three times while being on WPS - each time locked up and after a menu+select (ipod) reboot, found only 4/9 db files. deleted, tried again, same. But as I say, worked fine if I started the db update running and then went to the Debug menu instead of the WPS
23:20:53stripwaxthis is with a recent build. I seem to remember some recent changes to database mutexes or something; guessing more are needed
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23:21:22sideralstripwax: Could you try whether the patch I've posted to FS #11821 resolves your problem?
23:21:45JdGordon|sideral: nope :) I had a wonderful weekend away from my computer... dont bother waiting for me to look at it, if you were
23:22:27sideralJdGordon: That's fine −− glad you had a great weekend :)
23:23:04pixelmamaybe the filesystem corruption thing should be put into a 3.8 branch if the proper fix isn't in place by the time
23:24:05pixelmaother than that, yeah - stop gap solution have a weird tendency to make people forget about the real issue
23:24:48pixelmaof course, anti filesystem corruption ;)
23:25:09sideralMaybe I shouldn't have referred to proper filesystem unmounting as a stopgap solution :)
23:25:39stripwaxsideral - interesting. i'll try and take a look tomorrow
23:27:14pamauryproper filesystem unmounting is clearly not a stopgap, it perfectly sensible
23:27:16sideralstripwax: I hope that patch does _not_ help you. It reverts an important fix I've made to the DB code :-/
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23:29:06kugelsideral: does autoresume need gather runtime data to be enabled?
23:29:15sideralpamaury: I fully agree. However, amiconn is right in that our filesystem code currently does not need unmounting if all files have been closed properly
23:29:32sideralkugel: No, it does not. But it relies on the same fix
23:30:02kugelit probably should (?)
23:30:31pamauryyes I know, but even though this is the case, it's ugly. I prefer to have proper unmounting, even if it ends up in a situation where all files are properly closed and unmounting amounts to no work
23:31:38pamauryAnyway, I'll go to bed; but I won't forget this issue, stopgap or not :)
23:31:38sideralkugel: No, you can use one without the other; they just share the implementation dependency on the DB (and the tagtree_*_event functions in which they do their respective bookkeeping)
23:32:04kugelresume info is runtime data isn't it?
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23:32:09sideralpamaury, amiconn: Thanks for your input on this!
23:32:13kugelit seems related to me
23:33:27sideralkugel: Many users who use runtime statistics will want leave the autoresume feature disabled
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23:33:57sideral*to
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23:34:58kugelI'm not saying enabling "gather runtime data" should enable autoresume
23:35:38sideralbut the other way around?
23:36:34kugelI'm wondering if autoresume should be dependent on gather runtime data
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23:37:49sideralkugel: Don't think so. There's no semantic or implementation dependency. Also, it's conceivable for users to disable "gather runtime data" but enable "autoresume" −− the latter needs much less disk / DB bandwidth
23:38:44sideralBut the two features are clearly useful together :)
23:39:17sideralFor example, I have a database view that uses data from both features to list "completed" podcasts
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