SD slot + suspend
daniel at benoy.name
Wed Sep 3 16:47:54 CEST 2008
The workarounds seemed to work for me :) Apparantly it has to do with the GPS interferance workarounds.. you need to turn the (GPS interfering) idle clock back on when you suspend or else corruption.
Thanks for the help, all :)
On Wednesday 03 September 2008 00:26:54 Doug Jones wrote:
> Daniel Benoy wrote:
> > I've been having trouble with my SD card ever since I upgraded my kernel (with
> > the unstable feed) and turned on suspend... specifically, it got wiped out :(
> > Multiple times. I don't know if it's a coincidence or now.. I wonder if
> > someone who's brave and doesn't have important data on their card could try
> > reproducing this? Mount a partition and/or run something like
> > badblocks /dev/mmcblk0 and then while that's going suspsend... and see if
> > your data goes poof.
> > Maybe it's just me.. possibly a defective SD card.
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> This is a known problem. I'm still waiting for a definitive resolution
> before I order my FR.
> It's not just openmoko that's affected. This same bug took down the SD
> card in my OLPC laptop back in January.
> There have been persistent rumors that there are people who understand
> this problem and know how to fix it. But I still haven't seen any
> announcement that the problem has actually, really, finally been
> eliminated in any shipping software.
> Apparently this bug doesn't affect cards of size 512MB and smaller.
> Many people who are trying to do things that require SD cards are
> working around the problem by disabling suspend. Battery life suffers,
> but at least development can happen.
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