suspend/resume kills usb0
andy at openmoko.com
Sun Nov 2 22:17:06 CET 2008
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| Is there a way to prevent suspend/resume from killing usb0? It only
| when there is traffic on usb0 (i.e. shell output during suspend/resume).
The USB stack on the host correctly notices that the USB device it was
talking to has gone (it's dead during suspend) and takes it down.
But on resume, if you have arrangements on the host that the ip address
and routing for host usb0 will be autoallocated, it should recover the
ssh session OK after a short delay.
If "killing usb0" looks different on your side please explain more what
that looks like.
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