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Re: Fedora power management



On Mon, 2007-02-19 at 09:24 -0500, Joshua Baker-LePain wrote:
> On Mon, 19 Feb 2007 at 9:14am, Jeremy Katz wrote
> > The default is for the driver to be suspended normally; SUSPEND_MODULES
> > is to list (broken) modules that have to be removed and reinserted
> > around the suspend process.
> 
> Is it considered a (fixable, bugzillable) bug if normal suspending works 
> but has undesirable effects?  Example -- on my Thinkpad Z61t, suspend and 
> wake-up worked out of the box with FC6, but the power drain was impressive 
> (I have the figures at home, but it was >50% battery of capacity 
> overnight).  Some experimenting demonstarted that removing the USB modules 
> before going to sleep dropped the sleeping power consumption considerably, 
> so I put those in SUSPEND_MODULES.  I figured this was model specific so I 
> didn't bugzilla it.  Should I?

It definitely doesn't hurt to file it so that it can be tracked.  And
should probably be filed against kernel

Jeremy


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