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SubjectRe: [PATCH] devexit fixes in i82092.c
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> If it makes it easier for some, I consider poweroff not as an act unto 
> itself, but as a transition to state D3cold. :) And since we will

That isnt neccessarily a good idea. Not every BIOS is terribly keen when
faced with a soft boot and someone having powered off all the PCI bridges.

> >This is what I want. Those reboot/shutdown notifiers are completely and
> >utterly buggy, and cannot sanely handle any kind of device hierarchy.
> >
> yep

They were never designed to. They should go - the new PM code can handle
everything they do, including refusals and more. It will also fix the ordering
problems some people hit with them.

Alan

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