Most recent kernel where this bug did *NOT* occur: Unknown. Have only had SD
working using Vanilla Kernel.
Hardware Environment: IBM/Lenovo Thinkpad z61m (9540-HAG)
Software Environment: Gentoo with Vanilla Kernel.
Problem Description: Laptop will suspend & resume normally, unless the tifm_7xxx
and related modules have been loaded for SD card access. Once loaded, even if
the modules are unloaded before suspend, the kernel will hangup after showing
Stopping tasks: =============================|
on the console. Sometimes it prints various messages about the USB bus
(Dependent on whether USB modules loaded, devices on bus etc), and it prints a
message about the SD card slot as well. Then nothing. A power cycle is them
Steps to reproduce:
Boot linux. Load tifm_7xxx modules (Inlcuding tifm_core tifm_7xx1 mmc_core
mmc_block tifm_sd). Then attempt to suspend. Unloading all the modules before
suspend also results in same effect.
This should be corrected by the last patch set submitted to -mm.
Hamish, can you confirm that the problem has been fixed?
If so, can you please close this bug?
Tested in 188.8.131.52 and confirmed that I can now suspend & resume with the TIFM drivers loaded...
Sorry... Above should say
Tested in 184.108.40.206 and confirmed that I can now suspend & resume with the TIFM
drivers loaded... (Not 220.127.116.11)