Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1274965
Crash on suspend
Last modified: 2016-12-20 10:08:27 EST
Created attachment 1086057 [details]
Description of problem:
When suspending, there's a kernel oops. The system doesn't finish suspending. It looks like abrt tries to report the bug while systemd is running suspend.
At that point, a hard reset is required.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
According to abrt:
There are likely two bugs:
1. the kernel oops
2. a race between abrt and systemd-suspend
Every time I suspend
Steps to Reproduce:
System stops responding, but fans are spinning, power use is up.
An actual suspend
The kernel is the stock Fedora kernel, but it has been tainted, causing abrt to not report it.
It is the *stock* *fedora* kernel, so the stock fedora kernel is likely tainted. I've verified with, eg. 'rpm -V kernel'
The tainted modules are: rtl8723be,btcoexist,rtl_pci,rtlwifi
The tainted flags are: GWOE
I'm adding some attachments from /var/spool/abrt/
Created attachment 1086058 [details]
lines in journalctl showing abrt/systemd-syspend
Created attachment 1086059 [details]
Created attachment 1086060 [details]
Created attachment 1086061 [details]
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