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SubjectRe: How to reserve pci bus numbers for hotplug?
On Wed, Dec 11, 2013 at 3:37 PM, Andreas Noever
<> wrote:

> If I could get Linux to assign enough resources (bus numbers for now)
> then I could drop the acpi_osi parameter and make thunderbolt work
> after suspend... So, is there an easy way to fix this? (Quirks,
> reconfiguring bus number assignments from a platform driver, ...?)

please check if busn_alloc at


could help.

resources: Split out __allocate_resource()
resources: Add resource_shrink_parents_top()
resources: Add probe_resource()
resources: Replace registered resource in tree.
PCI: Add pci_bus_extend/shrink_top()
PCI: Probe safe range that we can use for unassigned bridge.
PCI: Add pci_bus_replace_busn_res()
PCI: Allocate bus range instead of use max blindly
PCI: Strict checking of valid range for bridge
PCI: Kill pci_fixup_parent_subordinate_busnr()
PCI: Seperate child bus scanning to two passes overall
pcmcia: Remove workaround for fixing pci parent bus subordinate
PCI, pciehp: Remove not needed bus number range checking
PCI: More strict checking of valid range for bridge
PCI: Don't shrink too much for hotplug bridge

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