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SubjectRe: Kexec, DMA, and SMP
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Werner Almesberger wrote:

|Corey Minyard wrote:
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|>Another thought. If you add a delay with all other processors and
|>interrupts off, the disk devices
|>will run out of things to do.
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|But the network will be there, patiently waiting for its chance to
|strike. Likewise, I guess: USB (e.g. move the mouse at the wrong
|moment to crash the system).

Yes, we were talking about temporary stopgaps.

But, I had another idea. What about using power management? If you
suspended everything, would that be good enough. I looked at a few
drivers, and it seemed so.

- -Corey
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