[patch] mol quit-at-shutdown

Benjamin Herrenschmidt bh40 at calva.net
Fri Jun 11 22:03:21 EST 1999

On Thu, Jun 10, 1999, Brad Midgley <brad at turbolinux.com> wrote:

>it appears all the mol cleanup is done in an atexit routine so i figured
>this would be safe. my only concern is that it looks like macos does a
>couple of scsi operations AFTER telling the cuda to power down. maybe i
>should set an alarm and have the alarm kill the emulator instead...?

Those are probably the cache flush commands. They can probably be safely
ignored within mol. for safety, you may want to add a delay before the
actual shutdown of the emulator, I think 1s should be fine.

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