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Old 12-19-07, 05:01 PM   #1
revilootneg
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Default 169.04,NVS 140: s2disk nvidia BUG message

As promised, my second problem ;-)

This is nvidia-drivers-169.04 related. I tried to hibernate my T61 with xserver active and nvidia-module loaded. No problem so far.

Resuming is possible and X has no performance issues (using fluxbox).
But: The resume process takes two minutes and the system seems to hang until finally the xserver starts.
In the meantime the kernel produces 5 error messages as readable in the dmesg-part of my bug-report. Each messages says it needs 11 seconds but I think it is a little bit more.

System specs:
Gentoo Linux amd64
nvidia-drivers-169.04 Beta
tuxonice-sources-2.6.23-r5 (using tuxonice-3.0-rc3 kernel patch)
tuxonice-userui
hibernate-script
NVreg_Mobile=3 added to nvidia-module params

Again: If I missed some info, complain!

Thanks in advance

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Old 12-20-07, 02:09 AM   #2
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Default Re: 169.04,NVS 140: s2disk nvidia BUG message

I think i have the same Thinkpad :-)
But here s2disk works, but the system doesn't resume... i always wait some time after the image is loaded but then nothing happens... no workaround helped..

Why do you use NVreg_Mobile=3? That's vendor specific and you shouldn't have to change it. Or does this make the trick?

Edit: Okay i got it to work, too. I don't get the that message you get (i disabled all debug related things, maybe it's that) but it takes very long to resume, too.
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Old 12-20-07, 06:27 AM   #3
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Default Re: 169.04,NVS 140: s2disk nvidia BUG message

tier,
@NVreg_Mobile: Nalldrin suggested using it at gentoo-wiki.com (also have a look at the discussions page!)
So how did you make it working? Did you enable NVreg_Mobile=3 too, or do you have another tip?
Do you mind time-stopping the resume process? Mine is between 1:50 mins and 2:10 mins from pressing power button to an accessible resumed X.

EDIT:
... or even better: enable debugging and post your bug-report so nvidia devs can see there are already two of us having this problem ;-)

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