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    SubjectRe: [RFC] Fix Device Power Management States
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    > > Aha, so you are saying these do not need to be done in hardware order?
    >
    > AFAICT, no.

    As stated in my previous mail, I don't agree here... there are
    dependencies that cannot be dealt otherwise. USB was an example
    (ieee1394 is another), IDE is one, SCSI, i2c, whatever ...

    Of course, if we consider those "bus" drivers not to have class
    and thus not to be stopped and only the "leaf" devices to get stopped,
    that may work... I'm not sure we are not missing something there
    though...

    > > I believe different state is needed for "quiesce for atomic copy" and
    > > for "we are really going down to S4 now".
    >
    > There is nothing fundamentally different at the functional level - you
    > don't want any devices fulfilling any request. Besides, by the time the
    > system is actually ready to be placed in S4, the devices have long-since
    > been stopped, and the class devices do not need another notification
    > beyond "stop"
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    >
    > Pat
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    Benjamin Herrenschmidt <benh@kernel.crashing.org>

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