[TuxOnIce-users] TuxOnIce hibernate failure
hbeijeman at fastmail.net
Wed Nov 3 07:19:19 UTC 2010
On Wed, 03 Nov 2010 07:33:58 +1100, "Nigel Cunningham"
<nigel at tuxonice.net> said:
> Perhaps the wake alarm is being used? I'd look at wake_alarm_dir and
> wake_delay in /sys/power/tuxonice. (Set the wake_alarm_dir to something
> invalid to make sure it's not used). That said, this would only affect
> TuxOnIce, not suspend to ram.
That was it! I had a keyboard wake-up set in the BIOS. Disabled,
suspend-to-ram appears to work.
However, when I try to resume, the same behaviour occurs again. I
briefly see some disk activity, and then a reboot. Note that the screen
never comes out of power-save mode during this time.
wake_delay = 0
wake_alarm_dir gave an empty line
> Have you updated your kernel recently? Perhaps it's simply a regression
> in the ordinary powering off code. (Does trying suspending to ram
> without hibernating work okay? Does init 0?)
The kernel is new, yes. This is the first time I'm using TuxOnIce on my
desktop; its working fine on my laptop ;)
Other than suspend the kernel seems to work just the same.
So it appears the root issue is somewhere in the resume step; which at
one point triggers a reboot.
What else could I try?
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