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SubjectRe: [PATCH bisected regression] sched: rebuild sched domains at suspend/resume

* Srivatsa S. Bhat <> wrote:

> On 03/07/2012 02:15 AM, Konstantin Khlebnikov wrote:
> > This is fix for suspend/resume regression introduced in
> > commit 8f2f748b0656 ("CPU hotplug, cpusets, suspend: Don't
> > touch cpusets during suspend/resume") Without this patch
> > suspend always hangs on my thinkpad x220 (2 x CPU * HT).
> Hey, with commit 8f2f748b0656, suspend/resume works perfectly
> for me! I ran it multiple times just to make sure, and
> everything worked just great.
> Apart from that, I even tried suspend/resume after building
> the kernel with and without CONFIG_CPUSETS. Both cases worked
> perfectly.
> So, I am really surprised at what you stated above. Are you
> *really* sure you are facing suspend hangs *because* of the
> above commit?

That's not the only information Konstantin gave: he also
provided a patch, which activates a side-effect that got removed
by your patch - and voila, s2ram was working for him again.

At this point I don't think we should doubt the messenger, we
should doubt our assumptions and we should go for a clean revert

I don't see the underlying bug straight away, but clearly my
assumptions of this patch not causing problems, when I applied
the patch, are not valid anymore.

So if Linus wants to revert the commit straight away:

Acked-by: Ingo Molnar <>

> And AFAICS hardware doesn't matter for the code in question, but in any case,
> the laptop on which I tested it is:
> Thinkpad T420 (Intel core i5-2540M), 2 cores * HT (total 4 logical cpus).

Well, any environmental detail might matter as long as we don't
understand the bug.

> Also, the patch you posted here doesn't make much sense.. nor
> does it give a clue as to what might be wrong at your end (if
> anything is really wrong, that is). Do you have CONFIG_CPUSETS
> set or unset? Could you share your .config?

His patch is simply the re-creation of a side-effect that the
kernel had before - and it made suspend work for him. While it
is not a patch we want to apply, it sure was a valid and
valuable experiment to perform.



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