cvs commit: src/sys/dev/pccbb pccbb.c

M. Warner Losh imp at
Thu May 25 07:10:42 PDT 2006

In message: <20060525111035.GI27819 at>
            Gleb Smirnoff <glebius at> writes:
: On Wed, May 24, 2006 at 05:26:16PM +0000, Warner Losh wrote:
: W> imp         2006-05-24 17:26:16 UTC
: W> 
: W>   FreeBSD src repository
: W> 
: W>   Modified files:
: W>     sys/dev/pccbb        pccbb.c 
: W>   Log:
: W>   Suspend the children before we turn off card events in hardware.  This
: W>   was done, I believe, to work around some cards having issues in the
: W>   suspend case.  I think that this helped my Sony VAIO TS505 work better
: W>   when it had certain wireless cards in it and I did a apm -z.  I've not
: 								   ^^^^^^^
: W>   tested suspend/resume on other laptops in a long time, so I hope this
:      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
: W>   doesn't cause greif.  Please let me know if it does.
:      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
: Is this a joke, that I can't understand? :(
: This file has broken APM suspend since revision 1.122, which was made
: almost a year ago. I've told that several times, and I still hope that
: this will be fixed before RELENG_7. The problem is not in suspending
: children, since suspend is broken w/o any cards in slot. The problem is
: in DELAY -> tsleep() conversion. The latter is not working, when
: system is suspending. 

The problem is elsewhere in the system if it is the use of tsleep.
Get me a laptop that has otherwise working suspend/resume and I'll fix


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