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SubjectRe: [PATCH] remove device_suspend calls in sys_reboot path
 On Mon, Aug 01, Olaf Hering wrote:

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> A recent change for 'case LINUX_REBOOT_CMD_POWER_OFF' causes an endless
> hang after 'halt -p' on my Macs with USB keyboard.
> It went into rc1, but the hang in an usb device (1-1.3) shows up only
> with rc3. Why is device_suspend() called anyway if the
> system will go down anyway in a few milliseconds?

After reading last weeks sys_reboot thread, I'm not sure if this patch
is correct. But halt -p should work again in 2.6.13, so we need
something. Perhaps USB is broken now.
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