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SubjectRe: Info: mapping multiple BARs. Your kernel is fine.
On Tue, Feb 25, 2014 at 05:14:01PM +0100, Stephane Eranian wrote:
> I am trying to understand your test case.
> Were you actually measure uncore_imc events at the time you suspended?

No test case, just the machine booting; look at the printk timestamps.

> I tried on my IvyBridge Lenovo and it works fine with 3.14-rc4+
> (tip.git). I used: echo -n disk >/sys/power/state

That's an x230 too, right? What I do is, I take linus/master, merge
tip/master, Matt's efi/next tree and my edac/for-next tree into it and
then boot that.

I don't think that the edac and efi trees interfere though. I'll do a
fresh merge of only current tip/master into linus/master to test hpa's
suggestion in the other mail.



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