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SubjectRe: kapm-idled : is this a bug?
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>> Agree that it is different. But it confuses people to have two
>> idle-tasks. I suggest that we throw it one big pile, unless having a
>> separate apm idle task has a purpose.
>
> You can't do that.

Sure you can, and it makes perfect sense.

> Doing it this way is _way_ better for system
> stability, because kidle-apmd sometimes dies due to APM
> bug. kidle-apmd dying is recoverable error; swapper dieing is as fatal
> as it can be.

Good. Maybe the bugs will get fixed then. If the bugs are in
the BIOS or motherboard hardware, we can have a blacklist.

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