Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 470321
F10/rawhide kernel needs kacpid/kacpi_notify resume fixes
Last modified: 2013-01-09 23:54:20 EST
The problem with kacpid/kapci_notify consuming the CPU upon ACPI resume, reported against F9 (in bug 451399), also affects Rawhide kernels and thus F10.
This bug has been fixed in the latest F9 updates-testing kernels, but still has not been fixed for rawhide/F10.
Since this will effectively be a regression by the time F10 is released, I'm updating this to a blocker...
Is this likely to be resolved. I'm still seeing this in the pre-release? I can test an update if needed.
All the updates from the f-9 updates-testing kernel plus the two updates that went in 126.96.36.199-29.fc9 are in kernel-188.8.131.52-89.fc10
kernel-184.108.40.206-92.fc10 should be in tomorrow's rawhide, please test it then.
Tested kernel-220.127.116.11-92.fc10 on my Dell Latitude D820, kacpid/kacpi_notify still consume CPU after resume.
I tested 18.104.22.168-94; as Magnus reported for 22.214.171.124-92, kacpid/kacpi_notify
still consume the CPU after resume.
Same here, no joy on .5-94.
Fails retesting. Gonna need to give this another look, I guess.
Keep in mind that this does not interfere with installation, nor corrupt data, and we can fix it with a post-F10 update. If we can't get a satisfactory solution we probably won't block the release for this.
Since we wouldn't block release, -> Target.
I've tested kernel 126.96.36.199-109.fc10.i686 on my Dell Latitude D610 notebook and both ACPI related problems are solved:
1. suspend/resume works fine, kacpid/kacpi_notify don't trash the CPU anymore
2. undock/dock works without any problems, no kernel crashes anymore
No joy for me still. My CPU still gets loaded up after suspend with the latest kernel.
On my Dell Latitude D620, with 188.8.131.52-109, kacpid/kacpi_notify still trash the CPU after a resume.
I don't agree with changing this bug from F10Blocker to F10Target. Having non-functional ACPI suspend/resume is a critical bug, especially for mobile devices. If F10 is kicked out the door with this bug still present, I think it's going to make a very bad impression for users of mobile devices who are affected by it.
I will look at the overall patchset that fixes the kacpid/kacpi_notify bug again and see if I can't isolate out just the bits that address the kacpid/kacpi_notify bug, without the hot [un]docking features.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 10 development cycle.
Changing version to '10'.
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This was also in bug 454954 against F8. Problem still occurring on Dell Latitude D600 on 184.108.40.206-117.fc10.i686.
Please try kernel-220.127.116.11-30 from the updates-testing repository.
18.104.22.168-30 seems good to me.
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