UEFI wakealarm

Juan Blanco intuitionist at msn.com
Mon Jan 11 08:41:30 UTC 2016


Hello blind Pete,

I am relieved your system is operating normally.  This is a top post list answered by different users, there are some users with more Ubuntu experience.  I would like you to address this issue to Mr. Liam Proven and Mr. Ralf Mardof.  I have witnesses enviable proficiency with Ubuntu.  Allow me to attach some prior messages:



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Ralf Mardorf  ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com

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I would submit the issue specifically to Mr. Liam and  to Mr. Ralf and wait for an answer in the near future.

intuitionist

Juan L. Blanco

> To: ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com
> From: 0123peter at gmail.com
> Subject: RE: UEFI wakealarm
> Date: Mon, 11 Jan 2016 10:50:56 +1100
> 
> Checked the file systems and the packages.  No obvious problems there.  
> 
> There is also an init/upstart/systemd dimension.  
> /etc/init/hwclock-save.conf does not leave any log records in 
> Xeinal (alpha), but it does in Trusty.  
> 
> BTW is this a top post list or a bottom post list?  
> 
> bP
> 
> Juan Blanco wrote:
> 
> > Hello blind Pete,
> > 
> > Excuse me for the first things first solution at the beginning.  Have you
> > tried booting in Recovery mode, and select Check all file systems
> > installed?
> > 
> > This Ubuntu feature has helped out of many different puzzles.
> > 
> > intuitionist
> > 
> > Juan L. Blanco
> > 
> >> To: ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com
> >> From: 0123peter at gmail.com
> >> Subject: UEFI wakealarm
> >> Date: Sat, 9 Jan 2016 18:18:45 +1100
> >> 
> >> Hi *,
> >> 
> >> I tried posting this in nntp://alt.os.linux.ubuntu, but I did not
> >> get much joy, so I am trying here.
> >> 
> >> This might be a kernel problem, an Ubuntu problem, a firmware problem,
> >> a MythTV problem, or a whole bunch of problems.  My Mythbuntu 14.04 LTS
> >> does not go to sleep and wake itself up like I want it to.  What I want
> >> to find out is, which of the following are real bugs and who should they
> >> be reported to?
> >> 
> >> The UEFI firmware has the real time clock set to UTC.  When it was
> >> configured to wake at a particular time of day, it worked as expected.
> >> It is now configured to wake "by OS", that sometimes works.
> >> 
> >> There is a file /etc/init/hwclock.conf that never seems to get executed.
> >> I've added commands to echo information to a log file, but nothing
> >> appears in the log file.  That file, hwclock.conf, still exists in
> >> Xenial.
> >> 
> >> There is a file /etc/init/hwclock-save.conf that does get executed,
> >> but only to the line that starts with "exec".  Log entries appear up to
> >> that line but not after.  Deleting the "exec" and calling "hwclock"
> >> directly seems to work; stuff gets logged before and after that line
> >> and sometimes the wake alarm works.
> >> 
> >> Sometimes "cat /sys/class/rtc/rtc0/wakealarm" agrees with
> >> "cat proc/driver/rtc" (allowing for timezones), but often the
> >> wakealarm is empty.
> >> 
> >> Usually, "date -d +10min +%s > /sys/class/rtc/rtc0/wakealarm"
> >> as root works, but not always.  The wakealarm can remain empty.
> >> 
> >> Plus a lot of things that seem to be MythTV specific, but I will ask
> >> elsewhere about those.
> >> 
> >> --
> >> blind Pete
> >> Sig goes here...
> >> 
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