mec1308.c: Separate shutdown from failed init cleanup

Shutdown function was covering two different jobs here: 1) the actual
shutdown which is run at the end of the driver's lifecycle and
2) cleanup in cases when initialisation failed. Now, shutdown is only
doing its main job (#1), and the driver itself is doing cleanup
when init fails (#2).

The good thing is that now resources are released/closed immediately
in cases when init fails (vs shutdown function which was run at some
point later), and the driver leaves clean space after itself if init

And very importantly this unlocks API change which plans to move
register_shutdown inside register master API, see

TEST=builds and ninja test from 51487

Change-Id: I6d62d43dd8b6ebc595f9fd747e0f4cd80f3c10da
Signed-off-by: Anastasia Klimchuk <>
Tested-by: build bot (Jenkins) <>
Reviewed-by: Nico Huber <>
diff --git a/mec1308.c b/mec1308.c
index 641f5f8..0ec9be9 100644
--- a/mec1308.c
+++ b/mec1308.c
@@ -496,9 +496,6 @@
 		goto init_err_exit;
-	if (register_shutdown(mec1308_shutdown, ctx_data))
-		goto init_err_exit;
 	 * Enter SPI Pass-Thru Mode after commands which do not require access
 	 * to SPI ROM are complete. We'll start by doing the exit_passthru_mode
@@ -507,15 +504,22 @@
 	if (enter_passthru_mode(ctx_data))
-		goto init_err_exit;
+		goto init_err_cleanup_exit;
 	internal_buses_supported |= BUS_LPC;	/* for LPC <--> SPI bridging */ = ctx_data;
+	if (register_shutdown(mec1308_shutdown, ctx_data))
+		goto init_err_cleanup_exit;
 	msg_pdbg("%s(): successfully initialized mec1308\n", __func__);
 	return 0;
+	mec1308_shutdown(ctx_data);
+	return 1;
 	return 1;