Re: hibernate event order question
From: Tobias Diedrich
Date: Sat May 17 2008 - 18:37:26 EST
Rafael J. Wysocki wrote:
> > Now for my question:
> > AFAICS the ordering of events is as follows:
> > 1) User reqests hibernate
> > 2) Tasks are frozen
> > 3) Device suspend callbacks get called
> > 4) Device resume callbacks get called
> > 5) Memory image is written to disk
> 6) Device suspend callbacks get called again to prepare for the system sleep
According to my pci postcard this is not the case.
I modified nv_suspend to wiggle port 0x80 with mdelay(100) between
0xa0/0x50 wiggles and mdelay(1000) before returning, so it is easily
nv_suspend is called only once per ethernet port (step 3 above).
I have not yet tried adding a suspend_late handler.
> > In my case, I think the fix for the first bug (promiscous mode does
> > not get restored on resume) breaks wake-on-lan (since the new value
> > of NvRegPacketFilterFlags may be incompatible with wake-on-lan).
I reconfirmed this. Without the promiscous mode bugfix,
wake-on-lan (partially) works. With the promiscous mode bugfix the
machine doesn't wake up. This is also easily explainable by 6) not
> > Shouldn't there be a 'prepare for poweroff'-callback, which gets
> > called
> > before the system is powered off for real?
> Yes, it should and it's called in recent kernels.
For what values of 'recent'?
I'm running 2.6.26-rc2 here. :)
How do I hook into this callback?
(suspend_late maybe? Going to try that one next...)
Tobias PGP: http://9ac7e0bc.uguu.de
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