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SubjectRE: [2.6.36-rc2 regression] X201s: resume-from-S2R hangs
We've had tried every kind of G45 and G45M machines here for many times, 
But can not reproduce #29406,
We will see if we can reproduce this issue on X201

Zou Nan hai

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Wilson []
Sent: 2010年9月8日 1:38
To: Eric Anholt; Andy Isaacson;
Cc: Zou, Nanhai
Subject: Re: [2.6.36-rc2 regression] X201s: resume-from-S2R hangs

On Tue, 07 Sep 2010 10:12:34 -0700, Eric Anholt <> wrote:
> On Mon, 6 Sep 2010 02:05:36 -0700, Andy Isaacson <> wrote:
> > I have a Thinkpad X201s on which suspend-to-RAM was quite reliable until
> > after 2.6.36-rc1; with problematic kernels, suspend seems to work OK
> > (the machine goes to sleep with the moon LED steadily lit) but on resume
> > the LCD never lights up (and it's not just the backlight, the screen
> > isn't drawing at all) and the keyboard and network are dead. Nothing
> > makes it to syslog, either. The moon LED is turned off though.
> >
> > There seems to be some timing component to the problem -- some problem
> > kernels will suspend reliably 25% or 50% of the time and hang the rest.
> > There also seems to be some per-reboot state involved; one problem
> > kernel suspended successfully and survived 25 suspends in a row without
> > triggering a failure. (But after a reboot, the first suspend hung...)
> > Other problem kernels fail on 4 out of 4 reboots.

We introduced a timing regression which should be fixed by drm-intel-fixes

> > Bisecting is pretty hard under these conditions, but it seems to point
> > to
> Weird. That's exactly the hardware that I tested RC6 on, and I haven't
> seen a single resume failure on mine. Sounds like time to revert for
> this release.

At the moment we have a second resume regression that has been difficult to
reproduce, :

commit d1b851fc0d105caa6b6e3e7c92d2987dfb52cbe0
Author: Zou Nan hai <>
Date: Fri May 21 09:08:57 2010 +0800

drm/i915: implement BSD ring buffer V2

The workaround for this is to #define HAS_BSD(dev) 0 [i915_drv.h].

Andy, can you try the workaround to see if this is the same issue in a
different guise?

Alternatively, we can be optimistic that it is just a timing issue fixed
in drm-intel-next. :)

Otherwise we will revert that patch. Thanks.

Chris Wilson, Intel Open Source Technology Centre
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