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SubjectRe: Patrick's Test9 suspend code.

> Currently, patrick's code isn't working for me anymore either. I think it's
> because I haven't figured out how I had ACPI set up last time (performance
> covernor, probably. If I tell it to use the userspace governor, there's
> still nothing in /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0, the directory is empty. Maybe
> the documentation isn't up to date anymore, I don't know...) When I tried to
> suspend with it, it sort of worked but the writing to disk phase (which never
> caused a problem before) had a visible pause between each sector written, and
> writing out the 3000 sectors took over 5 minutes, and the end result wasn't
> something it could resume from anyway. Sigh...

Are you using preempt? There was a similar problem reported a while back
that was solved by disabling it. Though it's not a true fix, it should at
least get you going again.

Thanks,


Pat


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