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SubjectRe: Suspend to RAM generates oops and general protection fault
Hi!

> > will be a device driver. Common causes of suspend/resume problems from
> > the list you give below are acpi modules, bluetooth and usb. I'd also be
> > consider pcmcia, drm and fuse possibilities. But again, go for unloading
> > everything possible in the first instance.
>
> Actually, the reason I sent this is that when I showed the oops/gpf to
> Matthew Garrett at linux.conf.au, he said it looked like a CPU hotplug
> problem and suggested I send it to lkml. BTW, with 2.6.20-rc5, the
> suspend to RAM now works ~95% of the time.

Try a kernel without CONFIG_SMP... that will verify if it is SMP
related.
Pavel
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