On Wednesday 01 October 2008 15:24:53 Andreas Richter wrote: > Am Wednesday 01 October 2008 21:55:08 schrieb Bob Proulx: > > Laurent Guignard wrote: > > > Andreas Richter a écrit : > > > > schrieb Ji ZhengYu: > > > >> As you have 4G memory, maybe change kernel to another which have > > > >> `bigmem' support is a good idea, and you will try this if it doesn't > > > >> work after doing above. > > > > This shouldn't be needed for 4G of ram. That would be needed for >4G > > of ram. But at 4G I think everything should be okay. > > > > > > When I take 2Gig of RAM out of my computer, the hibernate process > > > > works fine. > > > > Do you have enough swap space configured to save a 4G memory image? > > If it works with 2G then I suspect that it is failing with 4G because > > there isn't enough swap to save the image. > > My swap-partition is 4G big. I tested hibernate with a 8G swap file and it > doesn't work either. > > > To get to 4G all that is needed is CONFIG_HIGHMEM4G=y and that is the > > default in stock Debian kernels. > > I can't find CONFIG_HIGHMEM4G in /boot/config-2.6.26-1-amd64. So it is > compiled in? I think not. > That's probably because you're using an amd64 kernel. You shouldn't have to worry about this. > > > > Where can i find a "bigmem"-kernel in debian? Must i compile this > > > > kernel by myself? > > > > > > You have just to run this command : > > > aptitude search bigmem | grep linux-image > > > > Or use apt: > > > > apt-cache search linux-image bigmem > > I know apt-cache and the search option. But the search doesn't find any > result. I use lenny at the moment. Are there a bigmem kernel in sid? > I don't think you need to worry about this, if your system is running an amd64 kernel. It's odd that adding the additional 2G will cause this behavior. I think that this could possibly be a bug in the kernel, especially considering that you are having problems suspending gart0. It's possible that this has been fixed in a more recent build of the kernel. Take a look at this: http://linux.derkeiler.com/Mailing-Lists/Kernel/2008-05/msg11931.html > Greetings, -- Thanks: Joseph Rawson
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