[Suspend2-devel] Debug output
brad at wasp.net.au
Tue Jul 4 09:21:45 UTC 2006
Bernard Blackham wrote:
> On Sun, 2006-07-02 at 20:01 +0400, Brad Campbell wrote:
>> Thought given you added some debugging to the latest release you may like some feedback from it.
>> I've included an lspi so you can see what in particular is noisy
> With apologies to your ISDN link, 2.2.7 is now the latest release and
> should be less noisy. :)
>> Don't know if it's any real use, but it must be spamming my kernel message buffer for a reason ;)
> It'd certainly be useful with the output from 2.2.7.
Well, with 2.2.7 there is no debug output. So I assume that is the desired result :)
Oh, and I've figured my S2RAM problems also.. at the moment I'm afraid my hard disk does not come
back from suspend. Using the latest -mm kernel (with the libata driver ata_piix) it comes back after
a 30 second timeout, but with any other kernel it just won't wake up properly.. If I cache hdparm
and issue a reset to the drive then it mostly comes back and I can then re-enable dma mode, but it's
to dicey to trust and still takes at least 30 seconds..
Hopefully the ACPI patches make it to the latest kernels and I can use those to bring the drive back
up. In the meantime it's plain old suspend-2-disk for this little black duck.
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