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SubjectRe: PCI Power Management / Interrupt Context
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> if someone yanks the card, how is it going to deliver an interrupt to
> the CPU?

It can happen actually. There is also a window where you can disable an IRQ
on a card and then take an IRQ. The ne2k driver has to jump through a couple
of hoops because of this
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