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SubjectRe: Using netconsole for debugging suspend/resume
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On Thursday 08 June 2006 19:50, Jeremy Fitzhardinge wrote:
> I've been trying to get suspend/resume working well on my new laptop.
> In general, netconsole has been pretty useful for extracting oopses and
> other messages, but it is of more limited help in debugging the actual
> suspend/resume cycle. The problem looks like the e1000 driver won't
> suspend while netconsole is using it, so I have to rmmod/modprobe
> netconsole around the actual suspend/resume.
>
> This is a big problem during resume because the screen is also blank, so
> I get no useful clue as to what went wrong when things go wrong. I'm
> wondering if there's some way to keep netconsole alive to the last
> possible moment during suspend, and re-woken as soon as possible during
> resume. It would be nice to have a clean solution, but I'm willing to
> use a bletcherous hack if that's what it takes.
>
> Any ideas?

Please try doing "echo 8 > /proc/sys/kernel/printk" before suspend.

Greetings,
Rafael
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