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Re: systemd process(es) consuming CPU when laptop lid closed

David et. all,

I opened a bug here 
<https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=879473> but it was 
quickly closed because I guess I'm not supposed to use the sudo 
systemctl mask command like the wiki says. Does anyone know what the 
_correct_ method is for disabling all forms of suspend/hibernate on a 
Debian system? (I'll even update the wiki!)


On 10/18/2017 9:13 AM, David Christensen wrote:
> On 10/16/17 11:13, Glen B wrote:
>> Does anyone think this deserves a bug report
>  or am I misunderstanding something here?
> Yes.  Do the bug report, so that somebody, somewhere, sometime might 
> develop a test for the problem, run the test, and fix the problem in 
> future systemd, X.org, Debian, whatever releases.
> I also have a laptop, redirect the video to an external monitor, and 
> close the lid.  I believe it has the same problem as you have 
> reported. But, when I SSH in from another machine to run top, the 
> problem goes away.  So, I'll have to write a cron job that runs top 
> once a minute and dumps the output to a timestamped file if I want 
> more information.
> However, one CPU in my laptop goes to 100% whenever I lock the screen. 
> That I could see via SSH and top:
>     https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=878313
> David

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