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SubjectRe: 2.6.10-mm2: swsusp regression [update]
Hi!

> > Thanks for pointing it out. I have adapted this patch to -mm2, but
> > unfortunately it does not fix the issue. Still searching. ;-)
>
> The regression is caused by the timer driver. Obviously, turning
> timer_resume() in arch/x86_64/kernel/time.c into a NOOP makes it go away.
>
> It looks like a locking problem to me. I'll try to find a fix, although
> someone who knows more about these things would probably do it faster. :-)

(I do not have time right now, but...)

...you might want to look at i386 time code, they have common
ancestor, and i386 one seems to work.
Pavel
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