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SubjectRe: Report long suspend times of NVMe devices (mostly firmware/device issues)
On Mon, Jan 22, 2018 at 10:02:12PM +0100, Paul Menzel wrote:
> Dear Linux folks,
>
>
> Benchmarking the ACPI S3 suspend and resume times with `sleepgraph.py
> -config config/suspend-callgraph.cfg` [1], shows that the NVMe disk SAMSUNG
> MZVKW512HMJP-00000 in the TUXEDO Book BU1406 takes between 0.3 and 1.4
> seconds, holding up the suspend cycle.
>
> The time is spent in `nvme_shutdown_ctrl()`.
>
> ### Linux 4.14.1-041401-generic
>
> > nvme @ 0000:04:00.0 {nvme} async_device (Total Suspend: 1439.299 ms Total Resume: 19.865 ms)
>
> ### Linux 4.15-rc9
>
> > nvme @ 0000:04:00.0 {nvme} async_device (Total Suspend: 362.239 ms Total Resume: 19.897 m
> It’d be useful, if the Linux kernel logged such issues visibly to the user,
> so that the hardware manufacturer can be contacted to fix the device
> (probably the firmware).
>
> In my opinion anything longer than 200 ms should be reported similar to [2],
> and maybe worded like below.
>
> > NVMe took more than 200 ms to do suspend routine
>
> What do you think?

The nvme spec guides toward longer times than that. I don't see the
point of warning users about things operating within spec.

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