Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 638950
kernel crash when entering hibernate
Last modified: 2012-08-16 14:40:47 EDT
Created attachment 450754 [details]
transcript of kernel panic screen dump
Description of problem:
Kernel crashes when I attempt to hibernate the machine
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Attempt to hibernate the machine
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Boot up, log in
2. From the menu, select "System" -> "Shutdown"
3. Pick "Hibernate"
Kernel crashes (see attached file kerneloops.txt)
Machine hibernates (and can subsequently be woken up) successfully
Uploading transcript of kernel oops (kerneloops.txt), dmidecode output (dmidecode.txt) and smolt profile output (smoltprofile.txt) of the machine (late-2010 2.4Ghz Westmere 8-core Mac Pro).
Created attachment 450755 [details]
output of dmidecode
Created attachment 450756 [details]
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