[PATCH 0/2] allow WLAN module to suspend/resume without reset

Andy Green andy at openmoko.com
Thu Nov 27 09:46:10 CET 2008

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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| Werner Almesberger wrote:
|> These two patches add a module/boot parameter "persist" to s3cmci
|> that configures it to refrain from resetting the SDIO bus on
|> suspend/resume.
| Mh, I've not tested this patch yet (also if it shouldn't matter in my
| case), but few hours ago I'd like to see if your previous patchset fixed
| the suspend/resume issues that I noticed on my tests with the
| stable-tracking kernel...
| And, well, the kernel I've compiled from the stable-tracking branch
| doesn't resume at all from suspending :(. Is this a known issue?

Not known yet, anyway... do you have a debug board?  If so
stable-tracking still has a debug feature in that pressing AUX key
during "suspend" will try to OOPS the kernel, and another patch causes
dumping of pending syslog stuff in case of panic or OOPS.

The end result is you can "usually" get detailed information on a hung
suspend or resume... if you have a debug board.

- -Andy

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