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ath10k-firmware: update Candela Tech firmware images
* Jan 2, 2019 Rebase patches to make 9980 bisectable. * Jan 2, 2019 Fix scheduling related assert when wal-peer is deleted with pending tx buffers (bug 54, and others) * Jan 7, 2019: Fix specifying retransmits for AMPDU frames. It was previously ignored since it is a 'software' retransmit instead of a hardware retransmit. * Jan 9, 2019 Fix potential way to get zero rates selected (and then assert) * Jan 18, 2019 pfsched has specific work-around to just return if we find invalid flags AND if we are in an out-of-order situation. Maybe this is last of the pfsched related issues (bug 54 and similar). * Jan 24, 2019 The rcSibUpdate method can be called concurrently with IRQ tx-completion callback, and that could potentially allow the tx-completion callback to see invalid state and assert or otherwise mess up the rate-ctrl logic. So, disable IRQs in rcSibUpdate to prevent this. Related to bug 58. * Jan 28, 2019 Ensure that cached config is applied to ratectrl objects when fetched from the cache. This should fix part of bug 58. * Jan 28, 2019 Ensure that ratectrl objects from cachemgr are always initialized. This fixes another part of bug 58. * Jan 30, 2019 Better use of temporary rate-ctrl object. Make sure it is initialized, simplify code path. This finishes up porting forward similar changes I made for wave-1 firmware long ago, and fixes another potential way to hit bug-58 issues. * Jan 30, 2019 Cachemgr did not have a callback for when memory was logically freed. This means that peers could keep stale references to rate-ctrl objects that were in process of being DMA'd into to load a different peer's rate-ctrl state. This was causing the bugcheck logic to fail early and often, and I suspect it might be a root cause of bug 58 as well. The fix is to add a callback and set any 'deleted' memory references to NULL so that we cannot access it accidentally. Thanks to excellent logs and patience from the bug-58 reporter! Signed-off-by: Koen Vandeputte <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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