if this is a bug then it is a nasty BLOCKER for F7

Bojan Smojver bojan at rexursive.com
Wed May 30 23:20:43 UTC 2007

Richard Hughes <hughsient <at> gmail.com> writes:

> Probably not the best plan. Can you narrow down the module that is
> preventing hibernation?

It's not really a plan. It's more like "I need this machine to hibernate _now_"
kind of thing. Once I find out what's actually causing the hangs, I'll report
back. Several hours of playing with usual suspects like iwl3945 and USB modules
didn't give me much. So, I got a bit tired of it, as I needed the box to
actually do some work.

BTW, suspend to RAM actually does work (with clocksource=acpi_pm option passed
to kernel on boot, which also avoids disabling one core by passing in maxcpus=1,
see: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=241249), but the
system is painfully slow on resume (I'm guessing something to do with wireless,
which I don't even use, but not sure). Not worth the trouble at this point.
Hibernate should do.


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