Re: revert yenta free_irq on suspend
From: Dave Airlie
Date: Sun Jul 31 2005 - 18:14:09 EST
> > In general, I think that calling free_irq is the right behavior.
> I DO NOT CARE!
> It breaks hundreds of drivers. End of discussion.
> You can do the free_irq() and request_irq() changes _without_ breaking
> hundreds of drivers by just doing one driver at a time.
So are driver writers supposed to start accepting patches to
free/request irqs? in a sense of making it all go forward so at some
point we can switch over to doing the correct thing? but my patch for
yenta breaks setups for some strange reason..... (maybe just APM
If so we should put the patch to break links into -mm and then start
fixing up drivers...
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