What is the difference between suspend by closing the laptop's lid and clicking Logout\Suspend
athlion at gmail.com
Sun Aug 5 18:57:01 CEST 2012
Thanks for the reply!
When I say failed, I mean that the system does not enter suspend mode
and X drops back to the login manager. Other than that, everything
*seems* to be OK. But after that failed suspend, if I initate a
reboot, the system suspends midway! If I then resume it, it continues
According to the logs, both ways enter S3. I really am looking to find
the difference between closing the lid and clicking Logout\Suspend
because the first fails after 24 hours of suspending/resuming and the
second never fails....
This is something that affects a wide range of laptops and
distributions, see here:
(Disregard the title, it does not seem to be connected to 3.4.x kernel)
On Sun, Aug 5, 2012 at 3:36 PM, Kevin Chadwick <ma1l1ists at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
>> I get a failed suspend after about 24 hours
> I don't know but to me that suggests that your battery may be running
> down quicker under one than the other. Maybe one method goes into S3
> and one into S1 which would mean you would have the same problem under
> both but one takes longer to lose the ram contents as it is in a deeper
> lower power sleep perhaps turning off your wireless or network card
> and so wake on lan.
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