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Old 09-25-2013, 01:02 PM   #1
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In which order device driver are suspended


Hi all,

In which order device driver are suspended.

Are devices are suspended in the order reverse with respect to the one in which they have been registered
(i.e. the last registered device is suspended first).
 
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No matter what "the right answer" is, never write software that relies upon any such "implementation artifacts." Your driver should be autonomous. It should perform provably-correct in all cases regardless of the order of events.
 
  


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