Sony VAIO - suspend/resume works, but SLOW
freebsd-listen at fabiankeil.de
Tue Oct 4 07:01:05 PDT 2005
Eric Anderson <anderson at centtech.com> wrote:
> After switching to a new laptop, now a VAIO VGN-A170P (Pentium-M
> 1.5GHz), I've started messing with ACPI suspend and resume again.
> Suspend seems to work just fine (at least from console mode - haven't
> tried from X yet).
> Resume seems to work, however once the system is resumed, it is
> incredibly slow. Slow as in - about 5-10 seconds to show the word
> 'top' after typed into the console.
> When watching top, I don't see anything abnormal - nothing seems to
> be gobbling CPU (it appears as mostly idle). When I go to do a
> reboot, it will never reboot, hangs before finally syncing disks.
> This happens while in single user mode with no modules loaded.
> Any tips on what to do next? (backtrace?)
> Recent dmesg/acpidumps/kernelconfigs/sysctl output here:
If I didn't overlook it, your kernel lacks "device pmtimer".
Without it, I get the symptoms you described.
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