Re: Bug#455769: same problem on wheezy + Thinkpad X220T
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On 28/03/13 18:59, Michael Biebl wrote:
> Am 28.03.2013 18:48, schrieb Daniel Pocock:
>> I clearly understand your previous feedback and agree, that is
>> why I thought it might be helpful discussing this issue on
>> debian-devel, to get a feel for how the community feels about
>> this type of issue and it's severity for us and for users
> discussing about bug severities doesn't get us one bit closer to a
> fix for this issue.
I agree - classifying a bug is just a first step before I do anything
more about an issue
> What we need is someone who can reliably reproduce the issue and
> help with debugging.
> Fwiw, in wheezy, the relevant GNOME power management bits are all
> in the power plugin in gnome-settings-daemon, so
> gnome-power-manager would be the wrong component for this bug
> anyway (when talking about wheezy).
Thanks for this suggestion. As noted in the bug, I checked the
settings using the CLI tool `gsettings'. The GUI control panel
doesn't expose access to those settings.
Another reason I brought this to debian-devel is that there has been
debate about lid closing/suspend in the Gnome community and their
policy change in Gnome 3 appears to first hit Debian users with wheezy.
Looking at the system, I found /var/log/pm-suspend.log and I notice it
logs activity at 9:40 am yesterday (laptop woken from suspend)
It doesn't log anything in the evening at the time it overheated - the
next log entry is at 9:25am today when it went into suspend again. So
it appears it didn't even try to suspend when the lid closed last
night and overheated (Mar 27 19:20):
Wed Mar 27 09:40:14 CET 2013: Finished.
Initial commandline parameters:
Thu Mar 28 09:25:51 CET 2013: Running hooks for suspend.
Running hook /usr/lib/pm-utils/sleep.d/000kernel-change suspend suspend:
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