Re: Bug#700333: Stack trace
From: Borislav Petkov
Date: Sun Apr 28 2013 - 15:06:14 EST
On Sun, Apr 28, 2013 at 05:26:07PM +0400, vitalif@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> >When you do a suspend/resume cycle.
> OK, yes, I've found it there.
> >The bug says "The photo shows a BUG in hrtimer_interrupt() after
> >the hibernation image and while resuming the non-boot CPUs." so I'm
> >guessing with Thomas' patch it suspends fine now?
> Yeah, now I'm using a patched kernel and it's OK.
> So, does it mean the problem is fixed by this patch or it's just
> confirmed and should be fixed by another one?
Well, it makes sense to me, at least: we remove the handler on suspend
so that the HPET interrupt doesn't fire. If, when the box comes up
again, the pending interrupt is cleared, then all is fine - we can
safely register the handler again and everyone goes about their merry
But don't worry, if Thomas has an idea, it is almost guaranteed you'll
get a proper fix soon. :-)
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