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SubjectRe: swsusp 'disk' fails in bk-current - intel_agp at fault?
Hi!

> > I don't really want us to try execve during resume... Could we simply
> > artifically fail that execve with something if (in_suspend()) return
> > -EINVAL; [except that in_suspend() just is not there, but there were
> > some proposals to add it].
> >
> > Or just avoid calling hotplug at all in resume case? And then do
> > coldplug-like scan when userspace is ready...
> >
>
> I am leaning towards calling disable_usermodehelper (not writtent yet)
> after swsusp completes snapshotting memory. We really don't care about
> hotplug events in this case and this will allow keeping "normal"
> resume in drivers as is. What do you think?

That would certianly do the trick.

[Or perhaps in_suspend() is slightly nicer solution? People wanted it
for other stuff (sanity checking, like BUG_ON(in_suspend())), too....]

Pavel
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