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SubjectRe: [2.6.17-rc5-mm2] crash when doing second suspend: BUG in arch/i386/kernel/nmi.c:174
Hi!

> > >All the above applies to suspend-to-disk. I don't know if suspend-to-RAM
> > >shuts down the APs.
> > >
> >
> > I'm using suspend-to-mem and it looks like its unplugging/replugging all
> > the CPUs.
> >
> > The part of the question I don't quite understand is why this is
> > considered per-CPU state? Surely NMI-watchdog is a system-wide thing?
> > Or does this also tie into other uses of the performance registers which
> > may be set per-CPU?
>
> The nmi watchdog is enable/disabled on a per-cpu basis. The fact that a
> single switch turns all of them on/off is just convienance. Adding in
> code to turn them on/off on a per-cpu basis just requires a simple user
> interface. It has been talked about before to deal with NUMA systems.

Does it make sense to run watchdog on cpu 1 but not on cpu 0? If user
plugs cpu 2, should it get watchdog or not? If I unplug cpu 1 and plug
it back, should it run watchdog or not?

I believe it should be per-system thing.
Pavel
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