Re: [PATCH v2 1/3] power: reset: read priority from device tree
From: Arnd Bergmann
Date: Mon Dec 01 2014 - 13:51:48 EST
On Monday 01 December 2014 17:41:00 Mark Rutland wrote:
> Otherwise, I would imagine that most systems have a single preferred
> mechanism with some possible fallback(s), for which a single
> preferred-poweroff property might suffice, and has better interaction
> w.r.t. priority (in that it should _always_ be tried first). Even that's
> difficult to reconcile with FW bindings though, especially EFI (which we
> sometimes must use in preference for variable storage and capsule
The preferred-poweroff property sounds better to me, too. I can see
two ways of doing that though, and I'm not sure which one you mean.
Would you put that as a bool property into the device that does the reboot,
or would you put it as reference into the /chosen or /aliases node?
I think the latter would be better as it avoids any ambiguity, but
either way would work.
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