Re: [HELP (not patch)] Re: Resume from hibernation fails 40% of time, kernel 3.16.0 (64GB of RAM, 32 Xeon E5-2687W cores)
From: Pavel Machek
Date: Wed Aug 27 2014 - 05:32:20 EST
On Mon 2014-08-04 23:24:47, Janek Kozicki wrote:
> I see that this list is extremely busy, I thought this is the
> place to go asking for help in debugging hibernation. If that's not
> the right place, please tell me where should I go. If that's the
> right place, please get me started. First - how can I retrieve some
> useful logs from failed resume attempts?
You want to cc rjw.
> > The failure was always a reboot after resume had almost succeeded. In
> > cases when there was a success there was a ---[cut here]--- part
> > which is in the attachment. All of my successes are included in the
> > attachments (please note that method had 0 success rate, so no
> > success logs are attached for it).
Usually trying with minimum set of drivers loaded is useful debug
technique. Plus there are some debugging hints in Documentation/.
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