Commit 0ebe112d authored by Weijie Gao's avatar Weijie Gao Committed by Tom Rini
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blk: Invalidate block cache when switching hwpart



Some storage devices have multiple hw partitions and both address from
zero, for example eMMC.
However currently block cache invalidation only applies to block
write/erase.
This can cause a problem that data of current hw partition is cached
before switching to another hw partition. And the following read
operation of the latter hw partition will get wrong data when reading
from the addresses that have been cached previously.

To solve this problem, invalidate block cache after a successful
select_hwpart operation.
Signed-off-by: default avatarWeijie Gao <weijie.gao@mediatek.com>
parent 5490d6ad
......@@ -208,7 +208,11 @@ int blk_select_hwpart_devnum(enum if_type if_type, int devnum, int hwpart)
if (ret)
return ret;
return blk_select_hwpart(dev, hwpart);
ret = blk_select_hwpart(dev, hwpart);
if (!ret)
blkcache_invalidate(if_type, devnum);
return ret;
}
int blk_list_part(enum if_type if_type)
......@@ -348,7 +352,13 @@ int blk_select_hwpart(struct udevice *dev, int hwpart)
int blk_dselect_hwpart(struct blk_desc *desc, int hwpart)
{
return blk_select_hwpart(desc->bdev, hwpart);
int ret;
ret = blk_select_hwpart(desc->bdev, hwpart);
if (!ret)
blkcache_invalidate(desc->if_type, desc->devnum);
return ret;
}
int blk_first_device(int if_type, struct udevice **devp)
......
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