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|Summary:||kernel oops on resume|
|Product:||[Fedora] Fedora||Reporter:||Hubert Figuiere <hfiguiere>|
|Component:||kernel||Assignee:||Kernel Maintainer List <kernel-maint>|
|Status:||CLOSED WONTFIX||QA Contact:||Fedora Extras Quality Assurance <extras-qa>|
|Version:||11||CC:||awilliam, bche, itamar, kernel-maint, mishu, mrunge, p, ryan, samuel-rhbugs, slymidnight|
|Fixed In Version:||Doc Type:||Bug Fix|
|Doc Text:||Story Points:||---|
|:||499047 (view as bug list)||Environment:|
|Last Closed:||2010-06-28 08:25:43 EDT||Type:||---|
|oVirt Team:||---||RHEL 7.3 requirements from Atomic Host:|
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Description Hubert Figuiere 2009-05-07 10:53:39 EDT
I suspended my laptop using the command "suspend" from GNOME Power Manager. When the machine is supposed to resume, the kernel oops. On reboot I got asked to send the following kernel oops report: http://www.kerneloops.org/submitresult.php?number=399954 WARNING: at kernel/hrtimer.c:625 hres_timers_resume+0x34/0x4a() (Not tainted) Hardware name: 2511E5U hres_timers_resume() called with IRQs enabled!Modules linked in: aes_i586 aes_generic fuse sco bridge stp llc bnep l2cap bluetooth sunrpc ip6t_REJECT nf_conntrack_ipv6 ip6table_filter ip6_tables ipv6 cpufreq_ondemand acpi_cpufreq dm_multipath uinput arc4 ecb snd_hda_codec_analog firewire_ohci firewire_core ath5k snd_hda_intel snd_hda_codec sdhci_pci snd_hwdep sdhci snd_pcm snd_timer mmc_core thinkpad_acpi iTCO_wdt iTCO_vendor_support hwmon snd yenta_socket nsc_ircc mac80211 rsrc_nonstatic crc_itu_t i2c_i801 soundcore tg3 irda snd_page_alloc cfg80211 pcspkr joydev crc_ccitt ata_generic pata_acpi i915 drm i2c_algo_bit i2c_core video output [last unloaded: scsi_wait_scan] Pid: 2853, comm: pm-suspend Not tainted 184.108.40.206-126.fc11.i686.PAE #1 Call Trace: [<c04359fe>] warn_slowpath+0x7c/0xa4 [<c044a3d7>] ? ktime_get_ts+0x4f/0x53 [<c0419b70>] ? lapic_next_event+0x18/0x1c [<c0450092>] ? clockevents_program_event+0xe1/0xf0 [<c0450f19>] ? tick_dev_program_event+0x47/0xb5 [<c0450fe7>] ? tick_program_event+0x26/0x2e [<c0450540>] ? tick_notify+0x2e8/0x2f7 [<c041fce2>] ? hpet_resume_counter+0x0/0x51 [<c0718723>] ? notifier_call_chain+0x26/0x48 [<c0449d38>] hres_timers_resume+0x34/0x4a [<c044e0e0>] timekeeping_resume+0x130/0x138 [<c05ed4dd>] __sysdev_resume+0x19/0x3d [<c05ed527>] sysdev_resume+0x26/0x59 [<c0458c7e>] suspend_devices_and_enter+0x112/0x186 [<c0458e5e>] enter_state+0x142/0x19d [<c0458f51>] state_store+0x98/0xac [<c0458eb9>] ? state_store+0x0/0xac [<c05630bd>] kobj_attr_store+0x16/0x22 [<c04e684d>] sysfs_write_file+0xc9/0xf4 [<c04e6784>] ? sysfs_write_file+0x0/0xf4 [<c04a90b9>] vfs_write+0x95/0xf4 [<c04a91d4>] sys_write+0x4c/0x70 [<c040945f>] sysenter_do_call+0x12/0x34 ---[ end trace d9a067ceb7cf79a3 ]--- The hardware is a Thinkpad Z60t type 2511
Comment 1 Bug Zapper 2009-06-09 11:20:51 EDT
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 11 development cycle. Changing version to '11'. More information and reason for this action is here: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/BugZappers/HouseKeeping
Comment 2 Pádraig Brady 2009-06-16 06:54:12 EDT
me too. About 50% of my resumes hang on Fedora 11. I got the above trace, but it not restricted to that path. I can't find my traces in kerneloops.org as it's not searchable !
Comment 3 Matthias Runge 2009-06-16 15:19:43 EDT
Same here, T43, two traces during suspend/resume: BUG: sleeping function called from invalid context at kernel/workqueue.c:440 in_atomic(): 0, irqs_disabled(): 1, pid: 12053, name: pm-suspend Pid: 12053, comm: pm-suspend Not tainted 220.127.116.11-186.fc11.i686.PAE #1 Call Trace: [<c042e4ee>] __might_sleep+0xe5/0xea [<c0443f9a>] flush_work+0x1f/0x96 [<c071675c>] ? _spin_unlock_irqrestore+0x27/0x3d [<c044417f>] ? __queue_work+0x2f/0x34 [<c0444240>] work_on_cpu+0x41/0x4b [<c04437e6>] ? do_work_for_cpu+0x0/0x17 [<f8808454>] ? do_drv_read+0x0/0x45 [acpi_cpufreq] [<f8808391>] get_cur_val+0x9f/0xc4 [acpi_cpufreq] [<f8808412>] get_cur_freq_on_cpu+0x5c/0x9e [acpi_cpufreq] [<c0672bff>] ? cpufreq_cpu_get+0x78/0x9b [<c0672deb>] cpufreq_suspend+0xa7/0x11d [<c05ed6da>] sysdev_suspend+0x42/0x15b [<c0458463>] suspend_devices_and_enter+0xf3/0x186 [<c0458662>] enter_state+0x142/0x19d [<c0458755>] state_store+0x98/0xac [<c04586bd>] ? state_store+0x0/0xac [<c05630b5>] kobj_attr_store+0x16/0x22 [<c04e667d>] sysfs_write_file+0xc9/0xf4 [<c04e65b4>] ? sysfs_write_file+0x0/0xf4 [<c04a8b39>] vfs_write+0x95/0xf4 [<c04a8c54>] sys_write+0x4c/0x70 [<c040945f>] sysenter_do_call+0x12/0x34 Intel machine check architecture supported. Intel machine check reporting enabled on CPU#0. Back to C! Extended CMOS year: 2000 Force enabled HPET at resume ------------[ cut here ]------------ WARNING: at kernel/hrtimer.c:625 hres_timers_resume+0x34/0x4a() (Not tainted) Hardware name: 266874G hres_timers_resume() called with IRQs enabled!Modules linked in: fuse sunrpc ip6t_REJECT nf_conntrack_ipv6 ip6table_filter ip6_tables ipv6 cpufreq_ondemand acpi_cpufreq dm_multipath uinput arc4 ecb snd_intel8x0 snd_ac97_codec ath5k ac97_bus mac80211 snd_pcm thinkpad_acpi snd_timer iTCO_wdt iTCO_vendor_support snd cfg80211 yenta_socket hwmon video soundcore rsrc_nonstatic tg3 i2c_i801 usb_storage snd_page_alloc output ata_generic pata_acpi sha256_generic cbc aes_i586 aes_generic dm_crypt radeon drm i2c_algo_bit i2c_core [last unloaded: scsi_wait_scan] Pid: 12053, comm: pm-suspend Not tainted 18.104.22.168-186.fc11.i686.PAE #1 Call Trace: [<c0435266>] warn_slowpath+0x7c/0xa4 [<c0449bb3>] ? ktime_get_ts+0x4f/0x53 [<c0419594>] ? lapic_next_event+0x18/0x1c [<c044f86e>] ? clockevents_program_event+0xe1/0xf0 [<c04506fd>] ? tick_dev_program_event+0x47/0xb5 [<c04507cb>] ? tick_program_event+0x26/0x2e [<c044fd1c>] ? tick_notify+0x2e8/0x2f7 [<c041f5d3>] ? hpet_resume_counter+0x0/0x51 [<c0718a3b>] ? notifier_call_chain+0x26/0x48 [<c0449514>] hres_timers_resume+0x34/0x4a [<c044d8bc>] timekeeping_resume+0x130/0x138 [<c05ed571>] __sysdev_resume+0x19/0x3d [<c05ed5bb>] sysdev_resume+0x26/0x59 [<c0458482>] suspend_devices_and_enter+0x112/0x186 [<c0458662>] enter_state+0x142/0x19d [<c0458755>] state_store+0x98/0xac [<c04586bd>] ? state_store+0x0/0xac [<c05630b5>] kobj_attr_store+0x16/0x22 [<c04e667d>] sysfs_write_file+0xc9/0xf4 [<c04e65b4>] ? sysfs_write_file+0x0/0xf4 [<c04a8b39>] vfs_write+0x95/0xf4 [<c04a8c54>] sys_write+0x4c/0x70 [<c040945f>] sysenter_do_call+0x12/0x34 ---[ end trace 100d0dfbfd82ef5d ]---
Comment 4 Pádraig Brady 2009-06-17 06:14:26 EDT
My laptop is an inspiron 6000 BTW. Looks like I can grep /var/log/messages to see what's submitted to kerneloops.org: http://www.kerneloops.org/submitresult.php?number=455828 http://www.kerneloops.org/submitresult.php?number=455108 I updated kernel from rawhide (22.214.171.124 -> 2.6.30) and the problem disappears. However that new kernel has other issues precluding its use. Note also that both new and old kernels occasionally suspend immediately again after a resume which is slightly annoying.
Comment 5 Matthias Runge 2009-06-17 06:53:33 EDT
Same here. This issue seems related with cpufreq_ondemand kernel module. oops, when loaded, no oops, when not loaded. Kernel 2.6.30 fixes other issues, too e.g. https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=463110 https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=502270 but it looks like kernel 2.6.30 needs some fixes: Regression since 2.6.29: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=497636
Comment 6 Matthias Runge 2009-06-17 08:32:10 EDT
Comment 7 Pádraig Brady 2009-06-17 08:52:46 EDT
Good catch! For me I also need to unload the acpi_cpufreq module though. So before suspend, I do `/etc/init.d/cpuspeed stop; rmmod acpi_cpufreq` all is OK. However the caveat with that is that frequency scaling doesn't work once acpi_cpufreq has been unloaded. It's auto-reloaded with /etc/init.d/cpuspeed start, but scaling doesn't subsequently work. As for the suspend immediately happening after a resume, that only happens when I suspend using the Fn+Standby keyboard combo. If I close the lid and open it, it does not happen.
Comment 8 Pádraig Brady 2009-06-17 11:39:17 EDT
Tried kernel-126.96.36.199-191.fc11 from Fedora 11 testing. Still same issue. I checked and it did _not_ have the fix mentioned in comment #6. So I rebuilt the cpufreq_ondemand module with that change and ... still the same issue.
Comment 9 Pádraig Brady 2009-06-18 07:02:37 EDT
Note, I've not noticed a power increase actually by totally disabling frequency scaling as described above. Some even suggest that running the CPU at full speed can now take less power: http://mjg59.livejournal.com/88608.html
Comment 10 Jesus M. Rodriguez 2009-07-08 21:10:40 EDT
http://www.kerneloops.org/submitresult.php?number=523665 T43 hanging in suspend as well here.
Comment 11 Samuel Sieb 2009-07-12 01:42:22 EDT
Removing the acpi_cpufreq module fixes my crash on second resume as well.
Comment 12 Reilly Hall 2009-07-16 14:10:35 EDT
I'm just chiming in to let everyone know that the advice to stop my beloved cpuspeed service and then rmmod acpi_cpufreq does allow my Dell Latitude D410 to properly suspend to ram and survive the subsequent resume without staring me in the face with a black lit up screen and no response to any input. I kinda miss being able to suspend to ram (suspend to disk is about as slow as booting up cold and causes my bluetooth mouse to not function without first having to restart the bluetooth service and sometimes even that doesn't work). Does anyone know if I permanently disable the cpuspeed service and don't use acpi_cpufreq if the CPU will be booted in top speed and left that way while it runs even if the CPU is idle? That would kinda suck...I had an older D400 that I used to use cpuspeed on and it used to suspend and resume like clockwork. But it died a horrible death still running Fedora 9 and never got a chance to see Fedora 10 or 11 to see if this same bug would have affected that same machine (I'm led to believe it would since its basically the same laptop with just slightly newer/faster components).
Comment 13 Jesus M. Rodriguez 2009-07-17 18:18:15 EDT
(In reply to comment #10) > http://www.kerneloops.org/submitresult.php?number=523665 > > T43 hanging in suspend as well here. I removed acpi_cpufreq as well, and was able to suspend / resume multiple times without failure. But the laptop gets quite hot without cpufreq enabled :(
Comment 14 Samuel Sieb 2009-07-17 18:45:54 EDT
My laptop gets too hot as well. So I created a little script that removes the module, does the suspend, then restarts cpuspeed on resume. #!/bin/bash service cpuspeed stop modprobe -r acpi_cpufreq pm-suspend service cpuspeed start
Comment 15 Pádraig Brady 2009-07-17 20:17:11 EDT
Thanks for that useful tip Samuel. I'll use that as I've noticed my fan comming on more and battery lasting less when cpufreq is not running. So how common is this issue? What is the Highest Common Factor between our systems? Mine is a Dell inspiron 6000 with the following hardware related modules loaded: firewire_ohci snd_intel8x0 snd_ac97_codec sdhci_pci ipw2200 iTCO_wdt b44 mmc_core iTCO_vendor_support dell_laptop ata_generic pata_acpi i915
Comment 16 Reilly Hall 2009-07-20 10:25:55 EDT
Can that script by Samuel Sieb be somehow integrated into the normal suspend configs/scripts? I'm almost sure it can be, but I've never needed to tweak that aspect of Fedora before so I'm not too familiar with customizing the suspend or power management configs in Fedora.
Comment 17 Reilly Hall 2009-07-20 10:27:46 EDT
Oh and is there a difference between using 'rmmod acpi_cpufreq' vs. 'modprobe -r acpi_cpufreq'? I've been using the former and the script specifies the latter, which I was not aware you could do.
Comment 18 Samuel Sieb 2009-07-20 10:41:16 EDT
I think the difference is that modprobe will also remove any other dependent modules that aren't being used. It's just habit for me now. I think the following script should integrate with the normal suspend system if you put it in /etc/pm/sleep.d and make it executable: #!/bin/bash if [ "$1" == "suspend" ]; then service cpuspeed stop modprobe -r acpi_cpufreq fi if [ "$1" == "resume" ]; then service cpuspeed start fi
Comment 19 Samuel Sieb 2009-07-20 10:43:28 EDT
Call the script 00-cpuspeed.sh just to be safe.
Comment 20 Reilly Hall 2009-07-20 12:20:52 EDT
Thanks, I didn't know it was just as easy as how cron works (should have known). If all it takes is just to create such a script and placing it in that folder making sure to make it executable, I'll give it a shot tonight and try it out. Thanks for the example script and advice on the modprobe -f and rmmod differences, really appreciate it. Am looking forward however, to a kernel fix for this annoying bug :D
Comment 21 Jesus M. Rodriguez 2009-07-21 17:33:47 EDT
(In reply to comment #20) > Thanks, I didn't know it was just as easy as how cron works (should have > known). If all it takes is just to create such a script and placing it in that > folder making sure to make it executable, I'll give it a shot tonight and try > it out. > > Thanks for the example script and advice on the modprobe -f and rmmod > differences, really appreciate it. Am looking forward however, to a kernel fix > for this annoying bug :D +1 a very annoying bug. The workaround works great as a stopgap measure though. Thanks
Comment 22 Reilly Hall 2009-07-27 09:41:05 EDT
Just wanted to chime in to say, that the latest F11 32bit PAE kernel (I dunno if to call it i386 or i586 anymore, most definitely isn't i686 I believe)... pushed to updates, has apparently NOT resolved the failed to resume problem. And as a matter of fact I believe it has introduced a major glitch with my audio that prevents smooth uninterrupted audio playback from Amarok and flash video playback from within Firefox 3.5. This is only worse :( I might just have to remove the current kernel reverting back to the old one and blacklist the current kernel or something...cause this is even worse. I can live without working suspend and resume, not the end of the world, but sound that crashes some apps or otherwise is unstable is just unacceptable.
Comment 23 Pádraig Brady 2009-07-27 10:11:36 EDT
Reilly I can confirm the sound issues with the latest kernel. Glitches and loosing volume controls. Let's not mention it again in this bug though ;)
Comment 24 Reilly Hall 2009-07-27 10:20:29 EDT
No problem...I just mentioned it mostly to let everyone know that this bug was apparently not resolved in this kernel from what I could see, and that the possible regressions mentioned earlier in this bug (comment #5 by Matthias Runge) appeared to be true and did make it through to a released updated kernel...
Comment 25 Austin Foxley 2009-09-09 11:50:38 EDT
I removed the workaround and updated to the 188.8.131.52 that was pushed to f11, and the issue appears to be fixed.
Comment 26 Adam Williamson 2009-09-09 15:48:55 EDT
can others confirm this fix? -- Fedora Bugzappers volunteer triage team https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/BugZappers
Comment 27 Ryan Cleary 2009-09-09 16:09:34 EDT
(In reply to comment #26) > can others confirm this fix? I've updated to the errata kernel (184.108.40.206-43.fc11), and suspending/resuming works now. (CPU frequency scaling even works after suspending/resuming, as well.) (I have a Sony TX650 with an Intel 1.2 GHz Pentium M)
Comment 28 Hubert Figuiere 2009-09-09 23:19:12 EDT
Second oops from comment 3 still occur on suspend with kernel 220.127.116.11-43.fc11. Hardware is Thinkpad Z60t
Comment 29 Reilly Hall 2009-09-10 12:46:37 EDT
I actually saw that my Dell Latitude D410 started suspending a resuming without that workaround from a previous kernel, but it will only do this successfully once, then it still dies on subsequent suspends to ram or disk. I don't call this permanently fixed. However, the reason it crashes on the second time around, I honestly can't say its because of the cpu_freq thing, might be...have had no time to check. I'll see if I can do some testing and checking of logs or whatever to see what I can find out. Thanks guys.
Comment 30 Reilly Hall 2009-09-10 12:48:05 EDT
Oh one other thing, I think the stuttering sound issue was also fixed in this kernel or a recent one...I have to do a more thorough stress test though. :)
Comment 31 Pádraig Brady 2009-09-10 20:06:14 EDT
18.104.22.168-43 has fixed the issue on my pentium-m Cheers.
Comment 32 Reilly Hall 2009-10-22 15:39:16 EDT
Created attachment 365770 [details] kernel log output during oops and crash
Comment 33 Reilly Hall 2009-10-22 15:41:03 EDT
As of kernel 22.214.171.124-64.fc11.i686.PAE I am still experiencing kernel oops and outright crashes when trying to resume from either suspend to ram and/or hibernate. I've attached the relevant output hoping this helps in tracking down what this long standing issue is.
Comment 34 Hubert Figuiere 2009-11-17 00:27:57 EST
As of kernel 126.96.36.199-127.fc12.i686.PAE I have no more issues in that area.
Comment 35 Reilly Hall 2009-11-18 19:11:09 EST
I know it doesn't matter any more now that F12 is out, but with the latest F11 i686-PAE kernel on a Dell Latitude-D410: Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: ------------[ cut here ]------------ Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: WARNING: at kernel/smp.c:289 smp_call_function_single+0x54/0xe5() (Not tainted) Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: Hardware name: Latitude D410 Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: Modules linked in: fuse rfcomm bridge stp llc bnep sco l2cap irnet ppp_generic slhc irtty_sir sir_dev ircomm_tty ircomm sunrpc ip6t_REJECT ip6t_ipv6header nf_conntrack_ipv6 ip6table_filter ip6_tables ipv6 cpufreq_ondemand acpi_cpufreq dm_multipath uinput snd_intel8x0 snd_intel8x0m snd_ac97_codec ac97_bus snd_pcm snd_timer yenta_socket snd rsrc_nonstatic iTCO_wdt iTCO_vendor_support soundcore ipw2200 libipw btusb bluetooth snd_page_alloc tg3 dell_laptop lib80211 irda rfkill crc_ccitt joydev pcspkr dcdbas ata_generic pata_acpi xts gf128mul aes_i586 aes_generic dm_crypt i915 drm i2c_algo_bit video output i2c_core [last unloaded: scsi_wait_scan] Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: Pid: 2490, comm: pm-suspend Not tainted 188.8.131.52-96.fc11.i686.PAE #1 Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: Call Trace: Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<c043564e>] warn_slowpath_common+0x70/0x87 Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<c045444e>] ? smp_call_function_single+0x54/0xe5 Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<f994f4da>] ? do_drv_read+0x0/0x41 [acpi_cpufreq] Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<c0435677>] warn_slowpath_null+0x12/0x15 Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<c045444e>] smp_call_function_single+0x54/0xe5 Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<f994f2e3>] get_cur_val+0xa1/0xc6 [acpi_cpufreq] Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<f994f364>] get_cur_freq_on_cpu+0x5c/0x9e [acpi_cpufreq] Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<c0694a69>] ? cpufreq_cpu_get+0x78/0x9b Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<c0694c55>] cpufreq_suspend+0xa7/0x11d Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<c041820c>] ? apic_read+0x14/0x16 Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<c06062d6>] sysdev_suspend+0xd1/0x2b4 Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<c04583f9>] suspend_devices_and_enter+0xef/0x184 Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<c04585fa>] enter_state+0x142/0x19d Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<c04586ed>] state_store+0x98/0xac Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<c0458655>] ? state_store+0x0/0xac Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<c05710ad>] kobj_attr_store+0x16/0x22 Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<c04f0f03>] sysfs_write_file+0xc1/0xec Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<c04f0e42>] ? sysfs_write_file+0x0/0xec Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<c04b2c27>] vfs_write+0x85/0xe4 Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<c04b2d24>] sys_write+0x40/0x62 Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: [<c0408474>] sysenter_do_call+0x12/0x28 Nov 18 19:05:40 Latitude-D410 kernel: ---[ end trace b35877c0acf96684 ]---
Comment 36 Reilly Hall 2009-12-16 09:00:24 EST
Just an FYI, this hasn't manifested itself ever since I upgrade to F12 i686 on the same laptop. Don't know what we'd want to do with this bug now, as I don't have any more running F11 systems (just one F10 which is overdue to be upgraded to F12 as it is).
Comment 37 Bug Zapper 2010-04-27 10:11:49 EDT
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Comment 38 Bug Zapper 2010-06-28 08:25:43 EDT
Fedora 11 changed to end-of-life (EOL) status on 2010-06-25. Fedora 11 is no longer maintained, which means that it will not receive any further security or bug fix updates. As a result we are closing this bug. If you can reproduce this bug against a currently maintained version of Fedora please feel free to reopen this bug against that version. Thank you for reporting this bug and we are sorry it could not be fixed.