Re: sata suspend resume ... (fwd)
From: Pavel Machek
Date: Mon Apr 24 2006 - 03:56:18 EST
> >>FWIW, this patch fixes S3 resume for me too. I'm on an Alienware m5500
> >>using sd_mod and ata_piix, and I think your T43p is using AHCI, so it
> >>seems that this fixes a libata-wide problem rather than something
> >>specific to your hardware.
> >Thanks for the info, that is useful; but in fact I'm ata_piix not ahci.
> May be just me, not matter what I tried, it still doesn't work. Closest I
> can get is to use "resume=/dev/sda" on boot, able to suspend, able to
> resume to X windows, can do anything, but can't access disk. ... simple
> "ls" would hang. Dmesg is show SATA disk timeout.
> I've tried both "piix" and "ahci". Both suspend to disk and mem.
Do suspend-to-disk, first. It is easier.
> My config ...
You'll want to go with vanilla kernel.
> Linux version is 2.6.17-rc2. IBM X60s is Pentium D, so SMP ... may be this
> has something to do with it.
Disable SMP in kernel config, then; it makes perfect sense to test it
Thanks for all the (sleeping) penguins.
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