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mxc_vpu 2040000.vpu_fsl: VPU blocking: timeout.

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Contributor III

Hello Team, 

This is regarding our customer project for TATA based on orinoco.

We observed the following warnings:

45927 2018/07/17 07:51:11.000000 26.2456 223 ECU1 SYS JOUR 137 log warn verbose 5 2018/07/17 11:20:11.065337 26.062047 kernel: Warning: mxc_vpu 2040000.vpu_fsl: VPU blocking: timeout.

45987 2018/07/17 07:51:11.000000 26.7241 225 ECU1 SYS JOUR 137 log warn verbose 5 2018/07/17 11:20:11.714788 26.711940 kernel: Warning: mxc_vpu 2040000.vpu_fsl: VPU blocking: timeout.

46061 2018/07/17 07:51:12.000000 27.2221 226 ECU1 SYS JOUR 137 log warn verbose 5 2018/07/17 11:20:12.215721 27.212758 kernel: Warning: mxc_vpu 2040000.vpu_fsl: VPU blocking: timeout.

46642 2018/07/17 07:51:13.000000 28.2137 239 ECU1 SYS JOUR 137 log warn verbose 5 2018/07/17 11:20:12.994808 27.991949 kernel: Warning: mxc_vpu 2040000.vpu_fsl: VPU blocking: timeout.

These warnings are Observed when Car play playback begins but there is no audio and also the car Play screen becomes totally sluggish.

We are using following software versions:

VPU firmware version – 5.4-ro

VPU library version - 5.4.35-ro

kernel version - 4.1.15

Could you please check and suggest on this issue? Is this something known issue? Is there any known fix available? or do we need to upgrade to newer virsion of VPU firmware?

Regards,

Ikshwaku

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Contributor III

Hello Team, 

Any update for this issue?

Regards,

Ikshwaku

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NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

could you tell me what board and bsp version do you use? what detaild operation did you do?

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Senior Contributor II

Please update on this. This is a priority issue.

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NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

when you get this issue, any performance issue?you can refer to the topic as below:

https://community.nxp.com/message/808410?commentID=808410#comment-808410

you also can try to call the api ‘vpu_SWReset(handle, 0)’ to reset the VPU

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Contributor III

Hello Joan, 

There is no as such video performance issue.

From where we have to call "vpu_SWReset(handle, 0)" to reset the VPU?

Regards,

Ikshwaku

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NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

do you have the vpu api file? if yes, pls refer to the chapter 3.3.2.12 vpu_SWReset()

Prototype
RetCode vpu_SWReset(DecHandle handle, int index);
Parameter
handle [input] is an encoder/decoder handle obtained from vpu_EncOpen()/vpu_DecOpen().
index [input] means that the index of instance will be reset

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Senior Contributor II

Do you have any patch/code available to understand this on calling the VPU SW reset. Kindy support

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Contributor III

Hello Joan, 

We are using imx6 board MCIMX6U6AVM10AC.

BSP: 

http://git.freescale.com/git/cgit.cgi/imx/linux-2.6-imx.git/log/?h=imx_4.1.15_1.0.0_ga

For reproducing this issue, carplay is launched every time on bootup(reproducible randomly).

Regards,

Ikshwaku

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