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SubjectRe: swsusp is at it... again and again
Hi!

> > After about 20 resume cycles (compiled kernel with swsusp making
> > machine suspend/resume) I got that nasty FS corruption, again.
> >
> > So...
> >
> > 1) Maybe your ext3 patches are not at fault.
>
> I suspect all this come from suspension failure and immediate resume. I
> have reenabled your panic ! I believe that if a task isn't stopped and
> suspension is aborted (calling thaw_process and so on) something is
> altered. Maybe resuming assumes implicitely a state that is not
> completely reached when a task cannot be stopped.

I don't think that's it. But I have another suspect:

mark_swapfiles in do_magic_resume_2. Oh, and you should also kill it
from do_magic_suspend_*. Its writing on filesystem during resume, and
it does not seem too safe.

However my test machine is hosed so badly I can not repair it with
fsck. [Another day, another bug in fsck ;-)], so it would be great if
you could test this....
Pavel
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