Bug#627951: linux-image-2.6.39-1-amd64: Resume from hibernate reboots after loading pages from disk
reassign 627951 nvidia-kernel-dkms
When I switched away from the proprietary Nvidia driver, the problem
disappeared (two successful hibernate/resume cycles in a row). So it
looks like the issue is probably on Nvidia's side. I haven't found
anything else on the net about this yet, though.
On Wed, May 25, 2011 at 15:10, maximilian attems <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> tags 627951 wontfix moreinfo
> On Wed, May 25, 2011 at 02:34:29PM -0500, Phil Miller wrote:
>> Package: linux-2.6
>> Version: 2.6.39-1+b1
>> Severity: normal
>> Tags: sid
>> Steps to reproduce:
>> 1. From the Gnome 2 'System' menu, select "Shut Down..." and click on "Hibernate" in the dialog
>> that appears
>> 2. Watch system as data is written out to disk
>> 3. System powers itself off
>> 4. Press power button to turn on
>> 5. Wait for grub to boot the same kernel
>> Expected results
>> 1. Kernel loads memory image from disk
>> 2. Session reappears as it was when hibernated
>> Actual results
>> 1. Kernel loads the memory image apparently up to 100%
>> 2. System reboots
>> 3. No resume image is found
>> 4. Filesystem journals are recovered before mount
>> I can reproduce this 100% of attempts. This issue does not occur on 2.6.38-.
>> Based on seeing other bug reports (e.g. #624169) that mention kernel panics on resume, I tried
>> adding the boot command panic=120 to capture a picture of any stack trace before the reboot.
>> This produced no change in behavior - the system still reboot with no apparent delay.
>> My experience matches that described in the initial report of bug #623426, though the versions
>> involved differ.
> please try to reproduce with nouveau and not binary nvidia
> and post respective dmesg.
> Your linux-2.6 kernel is tainted thus any support from us is void.
> thank you for your feedback.