Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 191629
Resume after suspend to ram S3 fails
Last modified: 2008-05-06 11:53:59 EDT
Description of problem:
After a suspemd to ram (S3), the systems resumes correctly but hangs after
15-30Seconds. I have found similar bug reports but only in connection with SATA
hard disks. I have a 250 Seagate 250GB PATA disk
The syems appears to hang after the first disk access.
NVIDIA GeForceâ¢ 6150/nForceâ¢ 430
Hard Disk Drive 250 GB Seagate PATA
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fedora 5 -2080
open X -console
Steps to Reproduce:
1. ifdown eth0
2. modprobe -r forcedeth
3. echo "mem" >/sys/power/state
System goes correctly into S3, systems / HD etc turn off
4. Press power button
System correctly returns from S3, KDE desktop comes back. I can move the mouse
and open a new console ( right click desktop), some actions will cause an
immidiate system hang.
After about 15-30 Seconds system hangs
Sysem should not hang
I have create a simple script in /etc/acpi/actions/sleep.sh. In an attemtp to
verify if I can access the Hard Disk by copying a file to another one. I never c
the copied file.
modprobe -r forcedeth
echo "mem" >/sys/power/state
cp /tmp/tmp1.bak /tmp/tmp2.bak
That still sounds like kernel problem with the hard disk driver in your case if
you can't write a file directly after resume but see graphics and can move the
mouse for a short period.
Reassigning to kernel.
Read ya, Phil
Could you please try a newer kernel - and preferably a newer Fedora release?
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