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Re: [opensuse-factory] s2disk = hibernate issues
Am Mittwoch, 25. Januar 2017, 13:56:28 CET schrieb nicholas:
On Wednesday, 25 January 2017 12:25:47 CET AW wrote:
Am Mittwoch, 25. Januar 2017, 11:48:06 CET schrieb Oliver Neukum:
Am Mittwoch, den 25.01.2017, 11:42 +0100 schrieb AW:
Hi!

Current TW, wake up from s2disk no longer works. This has been an
issue since
some days.

On wakeup, the login screen appears, but is not responding. It
disappears
again, comes up again and is responding, I can type my pw. But after
log in,
plasmashell freezes.

Anybody else using s2disk?

Which graphics?

The usual culprit is the gfx driver, but we need to rule out
user space. Does it crash if you do
echo disk > /sys/power/state
?

If so, your best option is to bisect the kernel if you are using i915.

HTH

Oliver

Intel graphics, probably i915.

echo disk > /sys/power/state

To do when? Before sending the PC into hibernate?

If so, your best option is to bisect the kernel if you are using i915.

There is a fundamental misunderstanding. I'm a user, and Tumbleweed was
supposed to be a »rolling release«. I have no idea how to bisect a kernel.

You may say »don't shoot the messenger« and indeed I don't aim at you, but
at the Tumbleweed project:

- kmail / akonadi crashes since December 16th, there have been a couple of
bugreports, see e.g. here: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=374734 The
state of the KDE development didn't yet allow to take care, the bug still
is »unconfirmed«.

- s2disk stopped working, not for the first time

- plasma used to freeze, maybe this was solved yesterday

This is not good enough for a rolling release, given other outages.

I really guess that people at Suse do their very best to iron out all the
bugs which come from upstream, be it intel or kde. But if a new version of
an intel i915 driver is crap or a KDE update unreliable, you can't release
it in a rolling release.


Kind Regards,

Alexander

echo disk > /sys/power/state would be before hibernation since your terminal
wont be working afterwards.

from my understanding tumbleweed is expressly for people who have a certain
willingness and aptitude to solving small problems, Leap 42.2 is a stable
release.

_Small_problems_? I ask you! A wildly running akonadi server pulled more than
10.000 duplicates of already downloaded emails from different servers and
crashed every time I tried to delete them, steadily filling my HD!

I felt like the soccerer's apprentice, if you remember the poem.

It doesn't lead anywhere but into bad mood to discuss more ore less ugly
details of what went wrong.

*I can only appeal to the TW team to consider the speed and frequency of the
updates, taking into consideration the experiences during the last months.*


--
Alexander



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