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    SubjectRe: problem with suspend to disk on linux2.6-t9
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    On Monday 17 November 2003 16:27, dodger wrote:
    > hi
    > i am using linux2.6-t9 and i am trying to use suspend to disk
    > when doing a
    > < echo -n "disk" > /sys/power/state >
    >
    > it is suspending real fine.
    > but it is not resuming at all.
    > i tried to boot up normally and with resume=/dev/hdb5 ( swap partition )
    > but nothing happens...
    >
    > it just boots up normally...
    > i have set /dev/hdb5 as DEFAULT RESUME PARTITION during kernel config...
    >
    > any ideas?
    > thanks

    Hmmm... Looking at my dmesg from the last boot up (which was a clean boot and
    not a resume from suspend), it doesn't seem like the suspend code prints out
    anything when it's checking for a resume image. (On the other hand, the APIC
    code prints out three screenfulls of useless trivia. Fun...)

    Patrick: is there some kind of debug switch we can set to make it more
    verbose? (I don't see one in the code. I'm going to be sprinkling in
    printks myself as soon as my rebuild sans preempt finishes...)

    Rob

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