[Bug 306310]

Geir Ove Myhr gomyhr at gmail.com
Sun Feb 1 02:55:05 UTC 2009


Stopping acpid before suspend reduces the number of suspend-resume
cycles from 3 to 2 on my Thinkpad X61 Tablet. I guess those for whom
the problem is solved only had 2 cycles to begin with (i.e. the
computer would stay awake after the second wake-up call) (?)

I attach logs from `gnome-power-manager --no-daemon --verbose` with
and without acpid running. To make the logs easer to read, I did the
relevant actions just after each whole minute. In other words, for
acpid stopped:
21:24:0x: Pressed Fn+F4 to suspend
21:25:0x: Pressed power button to resume (falls back to sleep)
21:26:0x: Pressed power button to resume (stays awake)

For acpid started:
21:28:0x: Pressed Fn+F4 to suspend
21:29:0x: Pressed power button to resume (falls back to sleep)
21:30:0x: Pressed power button to resume (falls back to sleep)
21:31:0x: Pressed power button to resume (stays awake)


** Attachment added: "g-p-m-acpid-stopped.log"
   http://launchpadlibrarian.net/21866760/g-p-m-acpid-stopped.log

** Attachment added: "g-p-m-acpid-started.log"
   http://launchpadlibrarian.net/21866761/g-p-m-acpid-started.log

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Resume (from memory) goes back to sleep automatically
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/306310
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