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SubjectRe: [PATCH 5/6] ACPI: Replace struct acpi_bus_ops with enum type
于 2012-12-12 2:30, Rafael J. Wysocki 写道:
> Hi Gerry,
> On Tuesday, December 11, 2012 11:09:06 PM Jiang Liu wrote:
>> Hi Rafael,
>> I have worked out a patch set to clean up ACPI/PCI related notifications,
>> please refer to
>> The patchset doesn't apply cleanly to Bjorn's latest pci-next tree. I will
>> help to rebase it if needed.
> I have reviewed the patches and I think they make sense overall. However,
> the statement that acpi_pci_bind()/acpi_pci_unbind() are used to maintain
> PCI-ACPI binding relationships is quite inaccurate, because all what these
> functions do is to (1) add/remove ACPI PM notifiers to/from PCI devices and
> (2) retrieve the _PRT information for bridges from ACPI tables. In fact,
> the *binding* itself is managed by the code in drivers/acpi/glue.c.
> Also, please have a look at my suggestion in the last reply to Yinghai:
> In fact, I think we can go even further than that. Namely, if we populate the
> ACPI handle of the device in pci_scan_device(), then we can just move the PM
> notifier and wakeup setup to platform_pci_wakeup_init(), where it should be
> (we'll also need to add a corresponding _exit() function, then, but that'll be
> much cleaner anyway).
> Then, the remaining thing would be to ensure that _PRT entries are parsed
> as appropriate somewhere around pci_init_capabilities().
> Also, I wonder if you can help test the $subject patchset on a system with
> hardware PCI hotplug (preferably on top of the linux-pm.git/master branch)?
Hi Rafael,
We are doing test for this series patches, I will send out the test result as soon.


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