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SubjectRe: [FIX, please test] Re: 2.5.70-bk16 - nfs interferes with s4bios suspend
On Wed, Jun 18, 2003 at 12:17:28PM +0200, Pavel Machek wrote:
> > > Turn it off. You don't want to debug preempt and nfs at the same time.
> >
> > And this is with preempt off:
> >
> > Stopping tasks: XFree86 entered refrigerator
> > =pdflush entered refrigerator
> ...
> > =init entered refrigerator
> > =procmail entered refrigerator
> > =|
> > Freeing memory: .........................|
> > Syncing disks before copy
> > Suspending devices
> > Suspending device c052c48c
> > Suspending devices
> > Suspending device c052c48c
> > suspending: hda ------------[ cut here ]------------
> > kernel BUG at drivers/ide/ide-disk.c:1110!
> Okay, you hit some ide problems, but freezing NFS worked okay. Did you
> have active NFS mounts at this point?

Yup. I upgraded to .72 and tried again (using the new taskfile stuff) and
this time it suspended. On resume though, the framebuffer console wasn't
really functioning. I had to switch to X and then switch back again before
it was all groovy.

Ponderance: Why did it do a full s/w suspend when I asked for the bios
to handle it? I have s4bios showing up in /proc/acpi/sleep and the bios
is set to suspend to disk. I've even got an a0 partition fully formatted
and it still ignored it all.

I was using the following line to activate it:

echo 4b >/proc/acpi/sleep

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