Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 532201
KMS:RV770LE:HD4830 Suspending fails on Fedora 13
Last modified: 2011-06-27 10:29:26 EDT
Created attachment 366921 [details]
Description of problem:
Suspending has never worked on my desktop with this card. Tried atleast with F11 & F12 beta. Disabling KMS with nomodeset doesn't help. With KMS I only get hang / blank screen / fans still on, without KMS suspending hangs outputting something like: use no_console_suspend to debug.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Atleast F11 & F12 beta
Steps to Reproduce:
2. Menu -> Shutdown -> Suspend
Hang, restart needed.
Created attachment 366922 [details]
Components currently in use:
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Just updated to the latest set of packages. Suspending still doesn't work.
Jouni please give use package version of:
That you last tried.
Please also attach dmesg + xorg log with KMS enabled. Priority for us is KMS.
Created attachment 367846 [details]
Created attachment 367848 [details]
Created attachment 367850 [details]
I wonder if pm-utils is doing something bad. Please boot with kms on and in level 3 (add 3 to kernel boot command line). Then to suspend as root do :
echo -n mem > /sys/power/state
Then report what is the result. Does the computer suspend (all fan stop) ? If so is it resume which doesn't work (when you press button fan starts but you never get the screen back or are not able to log in through ssh) ?
Same result as before. Monitor doesn't go off, blank screen. Fans on.
Tested also with the latest -127 kernel.
With "monitor doesn't go off" I mean some signal is still sent to the monitor as in a successful situation the monitor should display something like: check signal cable...
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 12 development cycle.
Changing version to '12'.
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Still no luck with the latest packages:
I have the same failure to suspend issue with a new F12 installation (installed from LiveCD i686, fully updated) - the screen backlight goes off, the keyboard is dead, but the fan and disk continue to spin. The rest of the hardware is a stock Dell Optiplex 755.
The big difference is my graphics is Nvidia NVS 295. The identical hardware was previously controlled by F10 with no suspend / resume issues. Interestingly, before going to F12 I tried F11 (again fully udated) and this time there was a problem resuming from what seemed to be a successful suspend. In the F11 case upon a hard restart after this failure there was a prompt to send a kernel failure report to kerneloops.org.
Just installed fresh Fedora 13 on the same hardware (+ SSD / partition). Still no luck with suspending, same symptoms as before.
Please boot f13 with following option:
no_console_suspend 3 drm.debug=15
Log in as root and do:
echo -n mem > /sys/power/state
You should see message on screen, if you can resume (i guess you can't) then resume and attach full /var/log/messages if you can resume please take a picture of the screen. Also attach full /var/log/messages before suspending.
Created attachment 417214 [details]
The attached file shows logged messages in /var/log/messages when booting the system with the following extra kernel parameters.
no_console_suspend 3 drm.debug=15
Tried to suspend as root with: echo -n mem > /sys/power/state
--> Blank screen (backlight on) with prompth (_) at the top left corner --> Lock --> Reset button
=> Suspend doesn't work. If I remember correctly, before I just got blank screen, but now the monitor says no signal. Fans still stay on and the system freezes.
The following kernels from Koji tested not to work:
kernel-220.127.116.11-14.fc14.x86_64 => BLANK SCREEN
kernel-2.6.36-0.12.rc3.git0.fc15.x86_64 => NO SIGNAL
The motherboard of the setup has an Nvidia nforce4 SLI chipset. Are there any known issues with Nvidia chipsets during suspend/resume.
I update this issue with the Fedora 15 Radeon Test day (gfx_test_week_20110221_x86-64.iso).
So, when I suspend the computer, it correctly 'shut down' but doesn't resume. My card is an ATI Technologies Inc RV770 [Radeon HD 4850] [1002:9442]
Tell me if you want more information, tests, etc.
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