> SUSPEND_DISABLE tells the device to stop I/O transactions. When it
> stops transactions, or what it should do with unfinished transactions
> is a policy of the driver. After this call, the driver should not
> accept any other I/O requests.
Does this mean that memory allocations in the suspend/resume
implementations must be made with GFP_NOIO respectively
It would seem so.
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