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

Andy Green andy at openmoko.com
Thu Nov 27 14:48:46 CET 2008

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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| Andy Green wrote:
|> Somebody in the thread at some point said:
|> | 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.
| No, I haven't it... Btw I can report that the latest images you built
| and linked here was resuming well. Latest git seems to have some
| issues... :(

Well the last few days I have evolved a new way to merge rebases,
andy-tracking should have a workable commit history back to the patches
on there starting "MERGE", "6 days ago" according to gitweb.

So if you think it was OK six days ago it should now be possible to peel
back the top 16 patches anyway in the normal git way until it works
again and identify what broke it.  The obvious guess is WLAN related
stuff but only because it was around suspend / resume.

- -Andy
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