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hectorDUQUE 06-25-2010 11:30 AM

hibernate
 
hi guys,
I have FC12 and i am getting some problems after hibernation in my PC. Usually sounds crash or becomes mute. After a second hibernation, the computer becomes slower and looks like lack of memory.

May you give some comments and advices to make some tunning ?


thanks in advance

hector

business_kid 06-25-2010 01:37 PM

Is this acpi or some window manager daemon? If the latter, you're on your own, use the gui.
ACPI puts scripts in /etc/acpi & events in /etc/acpi/events. Scripts are guesswork, and will not suit everyu laptop. Restart acpid with -l so it will log events to /var/log/messages while you sort this.

hectorDUQUE 06-26-2010 04:08 PM

thanks for comments businnes kid,
acpid doesn hova -I option for FC12:

Code:

acpid -l
acpid: can't open /proc/acpi/event: Device or resource busy
[root@duke888888 hMUSIC]# acpid -I
acpid: invalid option -- 'I'
Usage: acpid [OPTIONS]
  -c, --confdir      Set the configuration directory.
  -C, --clientmax    Set the limit on non-root socket connections.
  -d, --debug        Increase debugging level (implies -f).
  -e, --eventfile    Use the specified file for events.
  -f, --foreground  Run in the foreground.
  -l, --logevents    Log all event activity.
  -g, --socketgroup  Set the group on the socket file.
  -m, --socketmode  Set the permissions on the socket file.
  -s, --socketfile  Use the specified socket file.
  -S, --nosocket    Do not listen on a UNIX socket (overrides -s).
  -p, --pidfile      Use the specified PID file.
  -L, --lockfile    Use the specified lockfile to stop processing.
  -v, --version      Print version information.
  -h, --help        Print this message.

it is not clear enough for me; which is the acpid's effect into the hibernation process ?
must i write an special rule for sound managing?

hector

business_kid 06-27-2010 02:57 AM

Quote:

-l, --logevents Log all event activity.
That's the one I meant. acpid will already be running. I hack the script and add the -l. Then grep will show you EVERYTHING this rather busy daemon does.


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