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  [WHL-U|CML-U][ICL][Thunderbolt] AHCI SATA link down after S4 sleep and
  platform could not recover

Status in intel:
Status in linux package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  Platform: WHL-U
  BIOS: CNLSFWR1.R00.X147.B00.1806200058
  TBT: native PCIe tbt user mode
  AR AIC: rev 35.1
  Linux kernel: 4.18.0-rc8-intel-next+

  1. Approve all thunderbolt device to access, which contain SATA SSD(sda) and 
  2. Executed S4 sleep: rtcwake -m disk -s 50
  3. After S4 sleep ok and then wake to recover, and then “SATA link down 
  AHCI controller unavailable!
  [sda] Start/Stop Unit failed

  Due to platform could not recover, could not get the dmesg log, and just 
caught the dmesg pictures in attached.
  After that platform could not recover and action timeout, call trace 

  Target Release: 20.04
  Target Kernel: TBD

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