Description of problem:
I'm starting to test putting systems to sleep at night. Problem is that regular
crons that would be run by anacron if we were booting aren't being run. anacron
should be kicked with a "service anacron condrestart" upon wakeup.
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Good point, moving to rawhide for now, going to work in it soon.
There is nothing to triage here.
Switching to ASSIGNED so that developers have responsibility to do whatever
they want to do with it.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 11 development cycle.
Changing version to '11'.
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This can't be solved by pm-utils quirk. Anyway hibernation/suspend is no problem for anacron at least since F-10.