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SubjectRe: swsusp: don't eat ide disks

> > ACPI wants to enter S4 when user asks it to, and swsusp is the way to
> > do it. When machine overheats, ACPI wants to enter S4 too.
> > Of course there should be generic way (and it is, sys_reboot) to enter
> > S4 without asking acpi. echo 4 > /proc/acpi/sleep is just easier for
> > most people.
> Why /proc/acpi/sleep ?
> Other PM implementations gave us /proc/sys/pm/suspend -- why doesn't ACPI
> use that?

Well, /proc/sys/pm/suspend also does not seem like the right name for

I believe sys_reboot() is the right way to do. Perhaps
/proc/acpi/sleep should be killed in favor of that?
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