If apmd is set to restart the network, it runs 'service network stop' on
suspend. However, on restart, it brings up the interfaces individually, instead
of running 'service network start'. This means /var/lock/subsys/network isn't
(among other things) breaks hotplug, as it won't bring up interfaces if the
network doesn't appear to be started.
Running service network start on resume brings up interfaces that were manually brought
down before, which was reported before I changed the script to check for available
interfaces on suspend and restoring those.
Should I simply touch /var/lock/subsys/network/ on resume if any interfaces are brought
I would guess that we should touch /var/lock/subsys/network on resume if we
removed it on suspend.
Done in 3.0.2-8