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nax
Hello, since I tryed upgrade (because wpa support) suspend is very slow. I have tryed format and unpack my root fylesystem (sd card) but it doesn't help.

Problem is that after pressing Cancel for 1s (normal suspend call - SL5500 don't have on/off button) my sl5500 freeze for about 10s ant after that turn off display and go to sleep.

In dmesg I have found this:

CODE
monitor_hotplug: agent: usbd interface: monitor action: suspend
usbdmonitor: warning - hotplug script timed out
monitor_pm_event: suspend finished (rc=0)


Interesting is also this:
CODE
# find / -name hotplug
...
find: /etc/hostplug: Input/output error
...


What does this mean?
x86Daddy
I get the same behavior with my setup. I thought it was just a consequence of using altboot with my root on a loopback file on SD. When I do a normal boot from the ROM, it suspends quickly and painlessly.

I get the same result with Hentges 3.5.4.1 using a loopback file on my SD card as well.

Edit: Is there any system file / log message / command output anyone could use from me to help fix this? Or is it just a consequence of loopback files? Thanks!
x86Daddy
Another observation: it does this whether I use the Cancel / On-Off button or Suspend from the menu.
CoreDump
QUOTE(nax @ Apr 19 2006, 03:13 PM)
Hello, since I tryed upgrade (because wpa support) suspend is very slow. I have tryed format and unpack my root fylesystem (sd card) but it doesn't help.

Problem is that after pressing Cancel for 1s (normal suspend call - SL5500 don't have on/off button) my sl5500 freeze for about 10s ant after that turn off display and go to sleep.

In dmesg I have found this:

CODE
monitor_hotplug: agent: usbd interface: monitor action: suspend
usbdmonitor: warning - hotplug script timed out
monitor_pm_event: suspend finished (rc=0)


Interesting is also this:
CODE
# find / -name hotplug
...
find: /etc/hostplug: Input/output error
...


What does this mean?
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I/O erros usually indicate a damaged FS or a card that "does not like ext2".
guitara
I have the same problem.. Often, it just won't resume at all. Any fixes?
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