> On Sat, 15 Mar 2003, bert hubert wrote:
> > A construct like this was suggested for use in swsusp too to make sure that
> > only *one* request is outstanding for a controler. This was also mentioned
> > to be the unclean way and that there are taskfile interfaces which are
> > cleaner.
> Ok so at event  we have a ->handler set on cpu0 so we pass that check.
> Then cpu1 acquires ide_lock and NULLs it out. cpu0 blocks on the lock in
> ide_set_handler and when cpu1 releases it it re-assigns ->handler. What
> happens then?
Skip that, i forgot swsusp doesn't do SMP.
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