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SubjectRe: 2.6.23-rc6-mm1: failure to boot on HP nx6325, no sound when booted, USB-related WARNING
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Rafael,

On Thu, 2007-09-20 at 23:45 +0200, Rafael J. Wysocki wrote:
> > We disable everything in device_suspend()
>
> No, we don't. sysdevs are _not_ suspended in device_suspend().
> They are suspended in device_power_down(), which is called
> _after_ disable_nonboot_cpus() (from swsusp_suspend()).
>
> > including timekeeping,
>
> No, the timekeeping is suspended in device_power_down() (or at least it should
> be).

Damn, you are right. Reading through 30 different logs confused me.

> > enable_nonboot_cpus();
>
> Actually, we can't do this here, because of ACPI and some interrupt handling
> related problems. Unfortunately, platform_finish() needs to go _after_
> enable_nonboot_cpus() and device_resume() needs to go after platform_finish().
> Analogously, disable_nonboot_cpus() has to go after platform_prepare().
>
> Otherwise, some systems will break.

Well, I don't buy this one. The system would break in the same way, when
I take CPU#1 offline before I initiate the suspend.

> > and non-surprisingly the "my VAIO needs help from keyboard" problem went
> > away immediately. See patch below. (on top of rc7-hrt1, -mm1 does not
> > work at all on my VAIO due to some yet not identified wreckage)
>
> Hm, I really don't know why it helps, but that's not because of the timekeeping
> suspend, IMO.

It is related. We rely on some subtle thing which is not up when we
resume the non boot cpu.

> > I did not yet look into the suspend to ram code, but I guess that there
> > is an equivalent problem.
>
> Yes, the code ordering is the same, but it's not totally wrong, IMHO.
>
> > But I have no idea why this affects Andrews jinxed VAIO (UP machine),
> > though I suspect that we have more timekeeping/timer depending code
> > somewhere waiting to bite us.
>
> That's possible.
>
> > Also I still need to debug why the HIBERNATION_TEST code path (which has
> > a msleep(5000) in it) does not fail,
>
> See above. :-)

Yes. It makes sense. When I change the TEST code path to:

- printk("swsusp debug: Waiting for 5 seconds.\n");
- msleep(5000);
+ printk("swsusp debug: before swsusp_suspend\n");
+ error = swsusp_suspend();

then I have the same effect as I get from real hibernation. And we
actually shut down time keeping somewhere in that code path.

ACPI: PCI interrupt for device 0000:00:1b.0 disabled
swsusp debug: before swsusp_suspend
Suspend timekeeping
swsusp: critical section:
swsusp: Need to copy 112429 pages
swsusp: Normal pages needed: 35399 + 1024 + 40, available pages: 193876
swsusp: critical section: done (112429 pages copied)
Intel machine check architecture supported.
Intel machine check reporting enabled on CPU#0.
Resume timekeeping
ACPI: PCI Interrupt 0000:00:02.0[A] -> GSI 16 (level, low) -> IRQ 16
-> works fine
This is with my patch applied. Without that I get:

CPU1 is down
swsusp debug: before swsusp_suspend
Suspend timekeeping
swsusp: critical section:
swsusp: Need to copy 112429 pages
swsusp: Normal pages needed: 35399 + 1024 + 40, available pages: 193876
swsusp: critical section: done (112429 pages copied)
Intel machine check architecture supported.
Intel machine check reporting enabled on CPU#0.
Resume timekeeping
Enabling non-boot CPUs
--> Waits for ever until a key is pressed

Thanks,

tglx


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