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    SubjectRe: [linux-pm] [PATCH 0/8] Suspend block api (version 8)
    > The power efficiency of a mobile device is depending on a sane overall
    > software stack and not on the ability to mitigate crappy software in
    > some obscure way which is prone to malfunction and disappoint users.

    Even if you believe the kernel should be containing junk the model that
    works and is used for everything else is resource management. Not giving
    various tasks the ability to override rules, otherwise you end up needing
    suspend blocker blockers next week.

    A model based on the idea that a task can set its desired wakeup
    behaviour *subject to hard limits* (ie soft/hard process wakeup) works
    both for the sane system where its elegantly managing hard RT, and for
    the crud where you sandbox it to stop it making a nasty mess.

    Do we even need a syscall or will adding RLIMIT_WAKEUP or similar do the
    trick ?

    Alan


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