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Re: Hot CPU after hibernate (Dell Inspiron 4100)


the load average above 2 doesn't seem to agree with the machine been
idle. Do you have kernel panics  (dmesg)? Have you tried to remove some
of the modules (wireless usb ...) to see if they print errors?

Just a guess ...


On Tue, 2005-11-22 at 23:57 -0500, Scott Bigham wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 22, 2005 at 03:59:04PM -0800, Ian Greenhoe wrote:
> > What does the top command show?
> I've attached the output of top -bc -n 1 from shortly after resume; by
> this point the CPU was hot enough for the first fan to have kicked in.
> As you can see, it's running mostly idle, or at least it claims to be;
> usually, the system only acts this way when something's pegged at 99%
> CPU.  Anyway, HTH.  And thanks again.
> 						-sbigham

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