Re: Disk waker
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>>>>> "Torbjorn" == Torbjorn Pettersson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Torbjorn> I've noticed that on my toshiba laptop, using the svga driver
Torbjorn> and the neomagic chipset, on unstable (*pheow*), the X server
Torbjorn> writes apm messages into /var/log/XFree86 - something, that
Torbjorn> seems to cause a filesystem flush... Moving the logfile out of
Torbjorn> the disks to memfile seemed to help. I wasn't able to turn the
Torbjorn> logging of, even though some flag to the server was supposed
Torbjorn> to turn the verbosity down. Sorry being so vaugue about it,
Torbjorn> but I'm not very close to the laptop atm...
Wow. You're right. I get that too. Toshiba Satellite, unstable,
s3virge driver, Virge/MX chipset. The message that it writes is:
(II) PM Event received: Power Status Change
Why on earth is X doing power management stuff?
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