[vfio-users] Host can't wake from suspend after running a passthrough VM
carldelugo at gmail.com
Sat Oct 22 00:02:02 UTC 2016
Ya, I think virtualization solutions can't be expected to suspend in
general since it's counter intuitive to virt solutions.
But it is an interesting bug none the less.
- Apologies if I'm miss using this forum,
On Fri, Oct 21, 2016 at 6:33 PM, Ryan A Young <rayoung at utexas.edu> wrote:
> It's my workhorse desktop. I start the VM to play games, then shut it
> down before putting the host to sleep. I'm well aware that suspending
> the host *while* the VM is still on can't be expected to work
> On Fri, Oct 21, 2016 at 5:54 PM, Carl Culbertson <carldelugo at gmail.com>
> > Well that's an interesting bug, but I think it really begs the question.
> > would a host node ever be in suspend in the first place?
> > On Thu, Oct 20, 2016 at 8:40 PM, Ryan A Young <rayoung at utexas.edu>
> >> After I start and then shutdown my passthrough VM and then suspend the
> >> host, it won't wake from suspend anymore. As in, once in S3, pressing
> >> the power button simply has no effect. I have to press the reset
> >> button (and sometimes that doesn't work either) and restart the
> >> machine. Suspend works correctly if I never start the VM.
> >> Has anyone seen this issue before?
> >> Hardware: i5-4690, ASRock H97, GTX 1060.
> >> Software: Fedora 24, kernel 4.7.7, qemu 2.6.2, GTX 1060 video and
> >> audio taken by vfio-pci, OVMF VM with Windows 10 managed by libvirt.
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> - Ryan
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