On Thu, Aug 31, 2023 at 9:26 AM Paul Smith <phhs80@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Wed, Aug 30, 2023 at 2:04 PM stan via users
> Given the fact that an older kernel works, but a newer one doesn't, it
> sure seems like it is somehow related to the kernel. Since the same
> version of systemd works on an old kernel, it is unlikely to be
> systemd. Maybe you should change the bugzilla to point to the
> kernel. You could also look through the kernel updates at
> https://lkml.org/ to see if there is one related to warm restarts. I
> think that might also be called suspend. There are lot of updates,
> though, so this is a significant task.
Thanks, again, Stan. I will be paying attention to
Search for "site: lkml.org warm reboot restart" shows a lot of activity, often related to
specific hardware, so it is most useful if you know low level details for your hardware.
You may want to try running a stripped down configuration to see of some add-on
card causing the issue.
George N. White III
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