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SubjectRe: [Swsusp] Re: [FIX, please test] Re: 2.5.70-bk16 - nfs interferes with s4bios suspend
On Monday 16 June 2003 08:11, CaT wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 15, 2003 at 08:31:11PM +0200, Pavel Machek wrote:
> > > stopping tasks failed (2 tasks remaining)
> > > Suspend failed: Not all processes stopped!
> > > Restarting tasks...<6> Strange, rpciod not stopped
> >
> > This should fix it... Someone please test it.
> I didn't have any actual nfs mounts at the time but I tried it
> with an otherwise similar system. It went through, got to freeing
> memory, showed me a bunch of fullstops being drawn and then went
> into an endless BUG loop. All I could pick out (after many a moment
> of staring) was 'schedule in atmoic'.
> I'll do a proper test with a console cable present in a few days. I
> can't atm cos I'm not on the same network and don't have a 2nd
> computer to hook up the null-modem cable to.
> Pre-empt is on btw.

I tested swsusp ex 2.5 BK tree - it is is broken.

Looks something like: Writing data to swap (2273 pages): .<3>bad: scheduling while atomic!
and call traces.

Have a look at the thread on LKML around June 4:
IDE Power Management (Was: software suspend in 2.5.70-mm3)

I'll wait for Nigel's 2.5 port

Powered by linux-2.5.70-mm3, compiled with gcc-2.95-3 because it's rock solid

My current linux related activities in rough order of priority:
- Testing of Swsusp for 2.4
- Learning 2.5 kernel debugging with kgdb - it's in the -mm tree
- Studying 2.5 serial and ide drivers, ACPI, S3

The 2.5 kernel could use your usage. More info on setting up 2.5 kernel at

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