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SubjectRe: [PATCH v10 00/11] PCI, ACPI: pci root bus hotplug support / pci match_driver
On Tue, Jan 22, 2013 at 3:19 PM, Yinghai Lu <> wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 22, 2013 at 2:09 PM, Rafael J. Wysocki <> wrote:
>> On Monday, January 21, 2013 01:20:41 PM Yinghai Lu wrote:
>>> It includes
>>> 1. preparing patches for pci root bus hotadd/hotremove support
>>> 2. move root bus hotadd from acpiphp to pci_root.c
>>> 3. add hot-remove support
>>> 4. add acpi_hp_work to be shared with acpiphp and root-bus hotplug
>>> 5. add match_driver to add pci device to device tree early but
>>> not attach driver for hotplug path.
>>> based on pci/next + pm/acpi-scan
>>> could get from
>>> git:// for-pci-root-bus-hotplug
>>> -v9: merges several patches together for easy review, requested by Rafael.
>>> -v10: address comments from Rafael.
>>> Jiang Liu (2):
>>> PCI: Fix a device reference count leakage issue in pci_dev_present()
>>> PCI: make PCI device create/destroy logic symmetric
>>> Tang Chen (1):
>>> PCI, ACPI: debug print for installation of acpi root bridge's
>>> notifier
>>> Yinghai Lu (8):
>>> PCI, acpiphp: Add is_hotplug_bridge detection
>>> PCI: Add root bus children dev's res to fail list
>>> PCI: Set dev_node early for pci_dev
>>> PCI, ACPI, acpiphp: Rename alloc_acpiphp_hp_work() to alloc_acpi_hp_work
>>> PCI, acpiphp: Move and enhance hotplug support of pci host bridge
>>> PCI, acpiphp: Don't bailout even no slots found yet.
>>> PCI: Skip attaching driver in device_add()
>>> PCI: Put pci dev to device tree as early as possible
>> OK
>> Please feel free to add
>> Acked-by: Rafael J. Wysocki <>
>> to all of the patches in this series I haven't acked already.

I first pulled in
acpi-scan" again (to pci/acpi-scan2), added your acks, Rafael, and put
this series on a pci/yinghai-root-bus branch based on pci/acpi-scan2.

I reworked some of the changelogs a bit, but I don't think I made any
code changes except that in [10/11] I just inlined the
pci_bus_attach_device() code rather than making a new function, since
it's small, there's only one caller, and I didn't think we needed any
more pci_* and pci_bus_* functions than we already have.

Let me know if I messed anything up.


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