ATA DVD playback hanging in physrd

Nate Lawson nate at root.org
Thu Sep 2 11:30:32 PDT 2004


Søren Schmidt wrote:

> Nate Lawson wrote:
>> Søren Schmidt wrote:
>>> On that note ACPI still locks hard both my laptops (ASUS/Acer) on 
>>> resume, with and upto date -current its back to not even switching on 
>>> the backlight, so I have no way to tell what happens. On the ASUS 
>>> that has a serial port even that is totally dead.
>>>
>>> However, commenting out the resume code in acpi_cmbat.c make it get 
>>> so far as to give me a prompt in singleuser mode, but just a simple 
>>> ls makes in crash with a double fault in the image activation of the 
>>> ls command, it looks like the vm system is way out to lunch somehow.
>>>
>> Try taking /sys/i386/acpi_wakeup.c back to 1.36.
> 
> That makes things worse actually, now I dont get back from resume, I do 
> get my backlight turned on though :)

Did you do this change alone or with leave cmbat resume commented out?

>   If that doesn't work,
> 
>> try reverting /sys/dev/acpica/acpi.c back to 2004/8/1 (mentioned 
>> previously).  It is important to isolate the cause.
> 
> That doesn't work, the rest of the code has changed so it wont compile..

It shouldn't require too much munging to work by itself.

>> I'm working on the cmbat resume part for you.  The reason why this is 
>> not an easy problem to debug is that different systems have different 
>> AML and that AML is run by various methods, including cmbat.  If it 
>> does weird things like writing to various runtime registers or 
>> acquiring mutexes, it can cause failures independent of our code.  My 
>> laptop suspends/resumes fine with -current, including hotplugging the 
>> batteries, etc.
> 
> On that note, it doesn't see when I hotplug my second battery, however 
> doing a acpiconf -i 0/1 makes it appear properly..

That is working correctly for the current implementation.  Full hotplug 
support including docking is in a private tree but won't be committed 
until after 5.3.

-- 
Nate


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