Most recent kernel where this bug did *NOT* occur: 184.108.40.206
Distribution: Fedora Core 6
Hardware Environment: MacBook Core Duo
Problem Description: When I suspend the machine to disk (echo "disk"
> /sys/power/state), the system hangs after the following messages on the
Stopping tasks ... done
Shrinking memory... done (11627 pages freed)
Freed 46508 kbytes in 0.26 seconds (178.81 MB/s)
It hangs here. Interestingly, sending hitting the power button 3 times will
wake it up. After that, it suspends normally. On restore, it hangs
after "Suspending console(s)", and only wakes up after 3 power button presses.
Unfortunately, it then handles those events and shuts down.
Attached is the output of `dmesg -s64000` and acpidump.
Steps to reproduce:
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output of `dmesg -s64000`
This is after it boots up from a suspend.
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Output of acpidump
what is the most recent kernel where this worked?
Does setting CONFIG_HPET_TIMER=n in the .config help?
I've tested 2.6.21-rc5, and things have improved. Resume works fine, but
suspend still has some problems:
After I do 'echo "disk" > /sys/power/state', it switches to a console mode,
but displays no text. The hard drive appears to be working. When it is done,
it sits at the console with no text. As soon as I hit any key (not just send
an ACPI event), the system powers down. If I hit a key while it is suspending,
nothing happens and it will still hang. It resumes fine.
This happens whether I suspend from X or the console. Let me know if you need
any logs or anything.
Setting CONFIG_HPET_TIMER=n or CONFIG_NO_HZ=n does not change anything.
killall klogd before attempting to suspend so you can see _where_ it hangs.
Following Pavel's advice and killing klog, I get the following messages as it
suspends to disk (this is all typed, so bear with me).
<lots of 'ACPI: PCI Interrupt...">
<saving image data pages>
Wrote 292760 kbytes in 16.81 seconds (17.41 MB/s)
Disabling non-boot CPUs ...
CPU 1 is now offline
SMP alternatives: switching to UP code
CPU1 is down
Synchronizing SCSI cache for disk sda:
APCI: PCI interrupt for device 0000:01:00.0 disabled
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patch 2.6.21-rc5 -> commit d459094083c3a23b31514bbe31cc3f4c21ed4445
Current git contains a patch that might be related to your problem.
This patch updates the kernel sources from 2.6.21-rc5 to the latest -git tree
(that will become 2.6.21-rc6).
Does it help?
That git patch fixes things.
Screen is still blank while it suspends (unless I kill klogd), but I'm not sure
if that's what its supposed to do. It turns off normally though.
> That git patch fixes things.
> Screen is still blank while it suspends (unless I kill klogd),
That is expected behaviour. Can you close the report?