On Wed, Jun 29, 2022 at 12:56:43PM -0400, Steven Rostedt wrote: > > And it will also "break" anyone else doing frequent suspends from > > userspace, as that behavior is still in no way related to > > CONFIG_ANDROID. > > Should there then be a CONFIG_FREQUENT_SUSPENDS ?
That'd be fine by me. It could be selected by PM_AUTOSLEEP as well. [ Bikeshed: maybe CONFIG_PM_CONTINUOUS_SUSPENDS would make more sense, to really drive home how often these suspends are to make the option a reasonable thing to turn on. ] I think Christoph had in mind a runtime switch instead (like a sysctl or something), but it doesn't make a difference to me whether it's runtime or compile time. If CONFIG_ANDROID is to go away, the code using it now needs *some* replacement that's taken up by the Android people. So whatever they agree to works for me, for what my concerns are. Maybe v2 of this patchset can propose such an option and the right Android people can be CC'd on it. (Who are they, by the way? There's no android-kernel@vger mailing list, right?) Jason