Suspending, resuming, adding or deleting a driver
Every active device must have a device driver bound to it.
If you are removing or replacing a controller, you must suspend its
driver instance before turning power off to its slot.
``Suspending a driver instance''.
After replacing a controller with an identical new controller (or one that
is supported by the same device driver) you can resume a suspended
driver instance onto the new controller.
``Resuming a driver instance''.
If you are adding a new controller for which there is no suspended driver
instance, you must add a new device driver.
``Adding a new driver''.
If a suspended driver instance is no longer needed you should delete it.
``Deleting a driver''.
Suspending a driver instance
Turning slot power off
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004