sean at mcneil.com
Wed Jul 9 20:53:35 CEST 2008
Mike (mwester) wrote:
> Sean McNeil wrote:
>> While I'm very happy to see the lively debate happening regarding
>> suspend/resume states, I would like to see more focus on what I consider
>> show-stoppers. ...
> Fair point. I've actually been working on the GTA02 resume failures,
> but no breakthroughs at all.
>> How is the progress with resume lockup from gsm interrupt? I'm now using
>> andy-tracking and the problem still exists there.
> I originally observed the issue on "stable".
>> I noticed some patches
>> about interrupts not being restored in pcf60533 if the wakeup wasn't
>> because of a push button. Have those been put into -andy? Is this
>> getting any more attention or have people been relying on me to
>> reproduce? This looks like it might be related to bug #1354 which just
>> showed up asking for progress on the list.
> I observed similar symptoms, and finally got back to a state where I
> could work on this more carefully yesterday, in fact.
> I could not replicate the problem yesterday at all. Last night I got
> both the old GTA01 and the new GTA02 running the same rootfs image, both
> from SD card, with the same kernel (different defconfigs, of course). I
> left both unplugged (battery-only), with SIM cards, side-by-side overnight.
> Both were silent and apparently suspended some 8 hours later. I sent
> both an SMS -- and both awoke.
> Curiously, the battery on the GTA01 was still in very fine shape - the
> GTA02 was almost completely flat. I was not expecting that, I need to
> go over the logs to see if the GTA02 spent the night resuming and
> suspending, or if suspend left something turned on that it shouldn't
> have. Since it's the same kernel and rootfs, I suspect perhaps it's the
> The next step is to get the debug board attached to the GTA02 - but one
> of the big delays in working on this further was that I seemed to have
> encountered a connector problem with the debug board when I tried to
> move it from the GTA01 to the GTA02. :( Hopefully that's just my clumsy
> fingers and not a permanent problem.
>> Let me know what I can do to help - besides shut up and go away :)
> :) They'll toss me off the list long before you'll be evicted! :-D
> I guess I'm interested to know what Linux version you're running - did I
> understand that you are seeing this with 2.6.25?
It is essentially the andy-tracking branch which is following the RC for
2.6.26 (I believe) merged on top of a 2.6.25 based kernel. My git setup
is a little complicated but the most convenient mechanism I could come
More information about the openmoko-kernel