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SubjectRe: apm suspend broken in 2.4.10
Alex Cruise wrote:
>
> From: Randy.Dunlap [mailto:rddunlap@osdlab.org]
>
> > Sounds like our 2.4.10's are different then. :)
>
> It's possible... I got mine from kernel.org, applied the preemptible-kernel
> and ext3fs patches, and compiled with RH's "kgcc"
>
> > Without this patch, mine didn't create /proc/apm, register as a
> > misc device, or create the kapmd-idle kernel thread.
> > Must be a distro thingy.
>
> Did you have apm=on set before, or nothing at all? Here's what I've seen so
> far:

I have "apm=on apm=debug".

> In all cases, I've got apm compiled into the kernel, not a module.

Same here.

> - With 2.4.10, Before your patch, with no apm= option in the kernel command
> line, APM in general works, but suspend doesn't. When I append apm=on or
> apm=off to my kernel command line, APM is disabled.
> - With 2.4.10, After applying your patch, apm=on no longer disables APM, but
> suspend still doesn't work.
>
> > Return of EAGAIN from the SUSPEND ioctl means that
> > send_event() failed, which means that some device driver
> > didn't want suspend to happen...which means that some
> > device driver got changed. :(
>
> Just for fun, I tried removing all of my loaded 2.4.10 modules one by one,
> and attempting 'apm --suspend' in between, and still had the same problem
> when I got down to the bare minimum (ext3 and jbd)
>
> > What was the last working kernel AFAUK (for this APM stuff)?
>
> I just checked, and the RH-compiled 2.4.9-0.5 doesn't suspend either. It
> appears to suffer from the same "apm=on" command-line bug too. I'm gonna go
> try the 2.4.7 from RH's "Roswell" beta now.

OK, thanks for testing that.

I suspect that it's something like a single driver change (not apm,
but PM-support in a driver). How many I/O-device drivers do you
use? Would it be difficult to try to isolate which one may be
faulty?

~Randy
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