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Re: F11: Hibernate OK, resume - not so much



I guess the following stuff would help:

- pstack traces of Xorg with debugging statements enabled, while Xorg
is at 100% cpu
- hardware used

- Clemens

2009/6/12 Fernando Cassia <fcassia gmail com>:
> On Fri, Jun 12, 2009 at 8:01 AM, Steven Stern
> <subscribed-lists sterndata com> wrote:
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>> I did  a clean install of F11 on my laptop and put it into hibernation.
>>  When restarting the machine, it appears to come up. I'm at what looks
>> like the gdm login. There's the screen background, a grey box with a
>> white field in it.  No text and it's not accepting a password.
>>
>> I can SSH in.  top shows Xorg is running at 100%.
>
> Same here, Desktop, AMD Opteron 150. For the first time I saw "hibernating"
> working, and detailing its progress until the system was left, gee,
> hibernating.
>
> When I restarted the system it did a lot of sequential reads (as is putting
> the contents back in RAM) but after that... a black screen and a stuck
> cursor. I could see some random disk access every few seconds, but not much
> more.
>
> Didn´t test SSHing to it.
>
> FC
>>
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>>  Steve
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