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SubjectRe: 2.6.30: suspend-to-ram, second s2r wakes up immediately
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Am Donnerstag, den 18.06.2009, 00:24 +0200 schrieb Frans Pop: 
> On Wednesday 17 June 2009, Thomas Meyer wrote:
> > Sure. Rearranging the usb devices and removing some hubs makes the
> > problem go away in most cases...
>
> I see that you still have the Broadcom "Wireless RNDIS device" attached
> that was my initial suspect after looking through your boot log.
>
> Does removing that device make the problem go away?

No.

> Can you reproduce the problem at all without that device connected (during boot)?

yes!

>
> Probably moving that device to a different controller than used for your
> keyboard and mouse will also get rid of the problem. Correct?

Not tested yet.

>
> If removing that device does solve the problem, I would guess that without
> it you will also no longer have that "PME+" value in the output of lspci
> for the USB Controller it is connected to.

With network device removed (during boot and later on) the PME+ doesn't
appear anymore for the USB controller.

> Hopefully someone else can then explain how/why that device forces the
> PME+ setting for the controller.
>
> But I must also say that to me it seems rather fragile that in default
> configuration a random USB device can suddenly cause wakeups as result of
> a change caused by a totally different device.
>
> Cheers,
> FJP



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