andy git 06/15 suspend/resume observations
sean at mcneil.com
Wed Jun 18 23:57:54 CEST 2008
I had some application issues from an update that I've worked out and
I'm retesting. So far, I have not seen the lockup. It has only been
about 20 minutes, though.
Sean McNeil wrote:
> Actually, it seems a little less stable now. On 1 occasion I had it
> hang up while in suspend mode for a while where ping didn't work and I
> couldn't wake it. After a period of time (wasn't paying close
> attention), it woke up on its own and was OK. Now, it is stuck as
> usual with ping working but won't wake up.
> Andy Green wrote:
>> Somebody in the thread at some point said:
>> | Somebody in the thread at some point said:
>> | | Somebody in the thread at some point said:
>> | | | Andy,
>> | | |
>> | | | I've now confirmed it is from GSM wakeup. If I do not
>> initialize the
>> | GSM
>> | | | then the phone never locks up.
>> | |
>> | | EXCELLENT, thanks a lot.
>> | |
>> | | Mike can this plug into the serial resume problems?
>> | |
>> | | How can one provoke GSM wakes then? Although I am in runlevel 3
>> I do
>> | | actually have a SIM card in and am running gsmd -- last night
>> before I
>> | | went to bed though I put it in suspend, and it woke 100% perfect
>> | | thismorning after 7 - 8 hours suspended. But it didn't wake
>> before that
>> | | from GSM.... you really have to ring the phone?
>> | Hm what's going on here... in the resume:
>> | /* We must defer the auto flowcontrol because we resume before
>> I have a dirty patch done really quickly since I have to go out for a
>> few hours, I tested it and it correctly defers resume of pm-gsm until
>> after uart0 on GTA02. Please give it a whirl and I will fix up any
>> breakage when I get back.
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