Re: uspend to Disk - Kernel 2.6.4 vs. r50p
From: Pavel Machek
Date: Sun May 09 2004 - 16:52:38 EST
> > If you suspend, mount
> > your filesytems, do some work and then resume, you are probably going
> > to do some pretty nasty corruption. Just don't do that.
> > But this problem is shared by swsusp, swsusp2 *and* pmdisk.
> I know. I also know that ext2 (and derivatives) have both "last mounted" and
> "last written to" datestamp fields (other filesystems probably do as well,
> but I don't use 'em) and it would be really nice to check those as matching
> what they were when you suspended, and abort the resume if they don't
Well, feel free to code that, that will allow us to kill few
warnings... Or rather tone them down. It is still "dont do that"
> > > Sigh. I _really_ don't have time for this right now. I wonder if it
> > > would be possible to just send Patrick some money?
> > He's out of time, so money is not likely to help. Sending some money
> > to Nigel might do the trick ;-).
> His code isn't the one I've gotten to work yet... :)
2.4 version should be rather easy to get going...
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