When to call cfi_amdstd_suspend() ?
tpoynor at mvista.com
Fri Dec 2 14:04:38 EST 2005
Steven Scholz wrote:
> Hi all,
> I implemented my MTD board driver as a platform device with support for
> Upon suspend-to-ram its ->suspend() funktion is called three times for
> levels SUSPEND_DISABLE, SUSPEND_SAVE_STATE and SUSPEND_POWER_DOWN.
> In which level should I call the MTD suspend function (i.e.
> cfi_amdstd_suspend() in my case) ?
You can pretty much just choose one... SUSPEND_POWER_DOWN may be a good
choice. Same for resume. The levels aren't really used anymore in the
> What happens if I called it in every level as it is done in pxa2xx-flash.c?
That file is ported to a newer version of the code that drops the levels
and the suspend/resume callbacks are only called once.
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