> > > to bring up another point. A comment near the udelay code hints that
> > > you shouldn't use it for > 1000us. Yet this seems largely ignored in
> > > various driver source files (with delays up to 1000000us being used)
> > With too large values, the udelay counter will simply overflow. I suspect
> > anything under a second is reasonably safe, but precision is probably
> > horrible.
> Just a question, but in what type of a scenario is a large delay needed?
You need to wait second so that user can read message before machine crashes.
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