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SubjectRe: 2.6.21rc suspend to ram regression on Lenovo X60
Pavel Machek wrote:
> Hi!
>
>>> Seeing a couple of MSI changes in there, on a hunch I booted latest tree with
>>> pci=nomsi, and it resumed again.
>>>
>>> Any ideas how to further debug this?
>>> I'll try backing out individual changes from that merge tomorrow.
>> Thanks.
>>
>> Of those msi patches you have identified I don't see anything really
>> obvious. And you actually marked them as good in your bisect so
>> I don't expect it is core problem.
>>
>> We do have a known e1000 regression, with msi and suspend/resume.

still? I tested this against rc3 and it's mostly just fine. even with msi enabled.

>> So it is possible the nomsi avoided a driver problem. Especially
>> as we have a number of driver changes on the on Linus's side of
>> that merge.
>>
>> I also know we have some known issues with pci_save_state and
>> pci_restore_state that require them to be paired for correct
>> operation. For suspend and resume that is not generally a problem.
>>
>> I have fixes for the pci_save_state and pci_restore_state in the -mm
>> and gregkh tree's. Since they also happen to fix the e1000 driver as
>> a side effect they are worth looking at, at least if you have an
>> e1000.

hey, please include me on those!

>> I don't have a clue which hardware the x60 has so I don't know which
>> drivers it would be using.
>
> x60 indeed has e1000.

yup.

Auke
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