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CONFIG_FW_DEVLINK_SYNC_STATE_TIMEOUT: sync_state() behavior defaults to timeout instead of strict

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_FW_DEVLINK_SYNC_STATE_TIMEOUT:

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This is build time equivalent of adding kernel command line parameter "fw_devlink.sync_state=timeout". Give up waiting on consumers and call sync_state() on any devices that haven't yet received their sync_state() calls after deferred_probe_timeout has expired or by late_initcall() if !MODULES. You should almost always want to select N here unless you have already successfully tested with the command line option on every system/board your kernel is expected to work on.



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