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SubjectRe: IDE locking problem

On 3 Aug 2003, Benjamin Herrenschmidt wrote:

> And there's more to it... ide_unregister() doesn't copy hwif->hold from
> old to new hwif causing my hotswap bay to lose it's iops on next plug,
> it doesn't call unregister_device() for neither hwif->gendev nor
> drive[n]->gendev, causing the device model list to be corrupted after
> an unregister, ...

What is a goal of calling init_hwif_data() in ide_unregister()?
I guess it is used mainly to clear hwif->io_ports and hwif->irq.
Therefore even if you are using hwif->hold flag io_ports will be set to
default values, so how do you later find your hwif?

Hmmm... what about not copying anything and calling init_hwif_data()
only if !hwif->hold?

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Bartlomiej

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