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    SubjectRe: pdev_enable_device no longer used ?
    On Sat, 9 Dec 2000, Ivan Kokshaysky wrote:

    > > It is used from pci_assign_unassigned_resources. iirc, its just that
    > > x86 doesn't call this function.
    > Yes, only alpha, arm and mips are using that code.

    Ok, thanks Ivan/Russell for clearing this up for me.

    If/When x86 (or all?) architectures use this, will it make sense to
    remove the PCI space cache line setting from drivers ?
    Or is there borked hardware out there that require drivers to say
    "This cacheline size must be xxx bytes, anything else will break" ?

    regards,

    Davej.

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