Description of problem:
When my ThinkPad X60s running FC6 is hibernated (using /usr/sbin/pm-hibernate),
the battery drains slowly, loosing approximately 8% per day of hibernation.
When the laptop is turned off, the battery stays full. After waking up from
hibernation and seeing the lower battery level, I have rebooted and checked the
level again, so I don't think it is a battery level reporting problem.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Remember battery level
3. wait a few days
4. turn laptop on and read new battery level
Battery level has fallen with approximately 8% for every day hibernated.
Battery level should be the same as when laptop was hibernated, since this
is what happens if laptop is simply turned off.
This problem can be worked around by removing the battery after hibernating and
then plugging it back in after a few seconds. This causes the battery to remain
full, and the laptop still resumes flawlessly. So there is probably some part
of the laptop that is not turned off completely by the hibernate function.
(This is a mass-update to all current FC6 kernel bugs in NEW state)
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Thanks a lot for looking into this! I am using Fedora 8 now, and I will
check if the problem still persists. Since I posted the bug report I
have gotten used to just removing and reinserting the battery after I
hibernate, so I don't know if there is still a problem.
I will write back in a couple of days!
Ok, I hibernated on a full batery two days ago and just resumed it. The battery
has dropped to 85%, so it looks like there is still a problem. I'm using Fedora
8 now, kernel-18.104.22.168-85.fc8, pm-utils-0.99.4-6.fc8.1cubbi_tuxonice.
And I'm still using /usr/sbin/pm-hibernate.
(I should have a 100% FC8 kernel + modules, but I'm not sure if
pm-utils-0.99.4-6.fc8.1cubbi_tuxonice is the original Fedora package? I'm happy
to retry with another pm-hibernate.)
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