> On 28 Jan 2003, Rusty Lynch wrote:
> > On Tue, 2003-01-28 at 23:50, Stanley Wang wrote:
> > > Hi, Scott,
> > > After reading your CPCI Hot Swap support codes, I have a suggestion
> > > to enhance it:
> > > How about to make it be full hot swap compliant?
> > > I mean we could also do some works like "disable_slot" when we receive
> > > the #ENUM & EXT signal. Hence the user could yank the hot swap board
> > > without issuing command on the console.
> > > How do you think about it?
> > >
> > How does this behavior translate to "full hot swap compliant"? I assume
> > you are talking about wording from PICMG 2.16, which in my opinion
> Slight nitpick, I'm pretty sure you mean PICMG 2.12 here, it's the
> (somewhat lame IMO :) hotswap software spec, 2.16 is the packet switched
> backplane stuff.
Yeah, I mean PCIMG 2.12 here.
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