Global suspend ( suspend to disk ) with PCMCIA card plugged in
konstantin at muenning.com
Fri Jun 30 08:46:26 EDT 2006
I have noticed the same with PCMCIA cards so my suspend script does an
cardctl eject before suspending and a cardctl insert after resuming
(which has no effect when there are no cards inserted). I have no idea
what cardctl suspend does but using my way allows to remove and/or
insert card(s) while the system is suspended, which is good IMHO.
Only thing is you may need to check if some sleep() is needed after
eject so drivers are done unloading before the actual suspend.
That worked for me. Your mileage may vary ;-).
Have a nice day,
kaustav.majumdar at wipro.com wrote:
> I have a PCMCIA card hosting a USB port and a serial port. My
> system goes to suspended state ( suspend to disk ) without the PCMCIA
> card plugged in and also resumes properly. When I suspend my system to
> disk when the PCMCIA card plugged in, it does not happen and my system
> hangs. All my selective suspend stuff is working properly. Pccardctl
> suspend/resume is also working properly. My main conern is system
> suspend is not in my hand. I just can make sure the working of selective
> suspend/resume and pccardctl suspend/resume. Is there any issue related
> to global suspend when the PCMCIA card is plugged in ? I read in one of
> the document that it is advisable to remove the PCMCIA card before
> suspending the system. Please suggest.
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