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SubjectRe: patch to put IDE drives in sleep-mode after an halt
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>>>>> "Erik" == Erik Mouw <J.A.K.Mouw@ITS.TUDelft.NL> writes:

Erik> What was wrong with "hdparm -Y /dev/hd*" in the halt/reboot
Erik> script that you need to do it in kernel?

Must be sure there is no disk access after the hdparm is
run. It makes sense to me that IDE drivers could shut the drives off
after their last access.

Anyway, you've made a good point -- I'll try that tonight.

Cheers,

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