> > - Flaws in error recovery paths in certain situations
> > - Lots of random oopses on boot/remove that were apparently
> > introduced by the kobject/sysfs people and need chasing
> > down. (There are some non sysfs ones mostly fixed)
> I guess the kobject/sysfs stuff could be ripped out if it doesn't
> work - it is probably not a "must have" feature.
sysfs is needed to properly flush caches on powerdown and for
S3/S4 suspend/resume to work.
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