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#1 2012-11-08 12:26:02

hibernatez
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Registered: 2012-11-08
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suspend/hibernate issues

Hi,

My laptop is HP pavilion DV7-3013eo and it is unable resume from suspend/hibernate. I have tried all that I know but whitout success. When I try to hibernate whit "sudo systemctl hibernate" computer hibernates but then after pressing power button it just boots to grub as like normal. When suspending with "sudo systemctl suspend" computer suspends but doesen't resume, fan starts but screen stays blank and I get no response from any key. However when suspending with s2ram with option s -f -a1 I can get a blinking cursor.

I am running dual boot system whit W7 in sda & arch in sdb, GRUB is installed in mbr. my arch install is not very old and it is full systemd configuration. I am using catalyst legacy as my driver for my mobile radeon.

"sudo journalctl -u systemd-suspend" gives:

-- Logs begin at Thu, 2012-11-01 14:28:53 EET, end at Thu, 2012-11-01 14:29:23 E
Nov 01 16:18:16 TEHOMYLLY systemd-sleep[1549]: /usr/lib/systemd/system-sleep/not
Nov 01 16:18:16 TEHOMYLLY systemd-sleep[1549]: Suspending system...
-- Reboot --
Nov 02 02:11:40 TEHOMYLLY systemd-sleep[584]: Suspending system...
-- Reboot --
Nov 02 03:25:51 TEHOMYLLY systemd-sleep[528]: Suspending system...
-- Reboot --
Nov 02 16:35:04 TEHOMYLLY systemd-sleep[506]: Suspending system...
-- Reboot --
Nov 02 16:44:34 TEHOMYLLY systemd-sleep[382]: Suspending system...
-- Reboot --
Nov 02 17:26:43 TEHOMYLLY systemd-sleep[705]: Suspending system...
-- Reboot --
Nov 02 18:25:01 TEHOMYLLY systemd-sleep[1292]: Suspending system...
-- Reboot --
Nov 02 18:27:09 TEHOMYLLY systemd-sleep[408]: Suspending system...
-- Reboot --
Nov 02 18:30:09 TEHOMYLLY systemd-sleep[535]: Suspending system...
-- Reboot --
Nov 02 19:28:19 TEHOMYLLY systemd-sleep[480]: Suspending system...
-- Reboot --
Nov 08 16:05:47 TEHOMYLLY systemd-sleep[676]: Suspending system...
:

"sudo journalctl -u systemd-hibernate" gives:

-- Logs begin at Thu, 2012-11-01 14:28:53 EET, end at Thu, 2012-11-01 14:29:23 E
Nov 02 01:35:44 TEHOMYLLY systemd-sleep[1090]: /usr/lib/systemd/system-sleep/not
Nov 02 01:35:44 TEHOMYLLY systemd-sleep[1090]: Hibernating system...
-- Reboot --
Nov 02 02:09:01 TEHOMYLLY systemd-sleep[940]: Hibernating system...
-- Reboot --
Nov 02 18:32:49 TEHOMYLLY systemd-sleep[485]: Hibernating system...
-- Reboot --
Nov 08 15:56:26 TEHOMYLLY systemd-sleep[2931]: Hibernating system...

Please does anyone know how I could solve this propblem?

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#2 2012-11-08 21:14:24

hibernatez
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Registered: 2012-11-08
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Re: suspend/hibernate issues

does systemd have some similar method like pm-suspends " /etc/pm/config.d/modules" where I could example list all the modules that doesn't behave correctly?

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#3 2012-11-08 22:01:26

WonderWoofy
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Registered: 2012-05-19
Posts: 8,412

Re: suspend/hibernate issues

Well, no... but you could set it up to unload/reload the modules on suspend/hibernate.  Look at man 8 systemd-sleep.

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#4 2012-11-12 08:00:28

hibernatez
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Registered: 2012-11-08
Posts: 5

Re: suspend/hibernate issues

I inspected my journal and noticed repeating error related to mine wlan:

kernel: ath: phy0: TX while HW is in FULL_SLEEP mode

I think that it is my wireless hardware which freezes the kernel. I tried to blacklist wireless modules and I also deleted the kernel drivers but suspend did not work out. How should I deal with the issue?

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